The Big Bang Theory fans call out error with Leonard and Sheldon’s Star Trek figures – The Sun

THE Big Bang Theory fans have called out an error with Leonard and Sheldon’s Star Trek figures.

Big Bang Theory fans have been looking back at old episodes during quarantine and they've found their fair share of plot holes.

Specifically, they've been looking back at Leonard Hofstadter (Johnny Galecki) and his collection of pristine Star Trek figures.

In season one, episode 14,  The Nerdvana Annihilation, Penny (Kaley Cuoco) insisted that the comic books and action figures were for children.

The statement sent Leonard spiralling, promoting him to pack them all up in boxes.

When Sheldon (Jim Parsons) hit back at the situation, Leonard threatened to open a mint condition Star Trek figure.

Leonard explained that the figure in question was an unopened Geodri La Forge without a visor from Star Trek: The Next Generation.

However, fans have taken to forums to point out that the figure on screen doesn't meet the description.

One user wrote: "In the scene where Leonard threatens to open his production era, we see the Star Trek The Next Generation Geordi LaForge (without visor) action figure.''

They continued: "The uniform worn by the action figure is only worn by Geordi in Star Trek Generations the movie, not the television series."

Star Trek fans themselves will know there is a sizeable difference between the characters in the TV series and those in the films.

This invalidates the claims that the action figure in question is as valuable as Leonard is arguing.

However, perhaps another plot twist could be that Leonard was planning an elaborate ruse the whole time?

He ultimately decides to keep them, so maybe in the heat of the moment he pulled out the wrong figure in order to save his most prized one.

Either way, clearly fans of the show don't miss a trick when it comes to pointing out blunders.

They recently called out a series of mistakes with the Time Machine spin-off episode.

The Big Bang Theory is available to stream on Netflix. 

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