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Why Howard Wolowitz Is the Most Relatable Character on the Big Bang Theory

Out of all the characters on the Big Bang Theory, Howard is the one who most reminds us of ourselves.

Sure, Sheldon may be the center of attention most of the time, with his quirks and genius-level intelligence, but let’s not forget about Howard Wolowitz.

While all of the characters in The Big Bang Theory have their own unique arc, Howard Wolowitz’s journey throughout the show’s 12 seasons may be the most relatable of them all.

Howard Is a Romance-Junkie

Poor Howard. He’s always been a bit of a ladies’ man, or at least he’s tried to be. Unfortunately, his efforts to win the hearts of women often ended in failure.

These guys may not be your typical rock stars, but that’s because Howard and Raj got their own unique style – folk music, a fusion of folk and sci-fi themes.

Folk Meets Sci-Fi

Despite the societal pressure to be independent and move out on his own, Howard has made the choice to continue living with his mother at the ripe old age of 26.

Talk About a Mama’s Boy!

Confidence, Baby

The real standout quality about Howard is his confidence. No matter what life throws at him, Howard always stands tall and holds his head high.

Losing a Loved One

When Howard lost his mom on the show, as she passed away peacefully while taking a nap, it was truly a reminder of the fragility of life.

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