I’ve come up with a comparison for Big Bang Theory and how it’s connected to Sanders’ Sides. This might’ve been done before, but: here you go @thatsthat24 lol enjoy.
Logan is Sheldon, choosing logistics over emotions when given the option. Much like Logan, Sheldon is one to prefer the mathematical way of thinking, rather than delve into the emotional trainwreck of his friends, often making the same complaints Logan does: “Ugh emotions”. It is most common for them to create and follow plans, often getting upset when those plans are cast aside.
Patton is Leonard, being the most emotional of the group and the most likely to be the one to have drawn the group together. Leonard easily picks up on the emotions and troubles of the group, and is always the one who tries to fix it when things go wrong. He is also the most considerate. Leonard is the one they go to when in the midst of an argument, much in the same way that the Sides will go to Patton when there is an issue with Thomas.
Roman is Howard, provided his romantic side, though Howard can take it too far and shows off more perverted thoughts. Although, that shows Remus’s darker side of creativity and romance. Not only that, but Howard being an engineer rather than a scientist showcases an inventive and imaginative mind.
Virgil is Raj, given that Raj is shown to have the most anxiety when it comes to speaking to members of the opposite sex. He also has a restless bladder when faced with stressful situations. This can be compared to Virgil’s characterization in a generalized way, seeing as he is Anxiety.
Janus is Penny, since she has shown multiple times to want to be an actor, which is a profession made for deceit, and is the best at getting through to the others, even of they don’t think it at the time. Not only that, but she’s the only one who finds it the easiest to lie to the others, being the one to lie the most.