Admittedly, this is one of those clauses that only really works in The Big Bang Theory to Sheldon`s advantage – but if it worked both ways, it would make a lot of sense. According to their agreement, they have a “check” of the roommates once a year, in which they (probably) talk about problems and whether each roommate respects the agreement. Knowing Sheldon, he would refuse to admit any fault, but creating regular time to talk to roommates and talk about problems before they become big problems seems like a smart tactic. Good news for Leonard. Courts tend to annul contracts so unilaterally. In legal language, we say that the content of the treaty is unscrupulous. In other words, the terms of the agreement are so unfair that they offend conscience. Beyond unfair clauses, a treaty is unscrupulous: these other scenarios do not apply, but I think Leonard has a strong argument that the agreement is so unfavourable to him that it represents a real burden. Most clauses require Leonard to do something or refrain from doing anything, and there is little obligation for Sheldon to respond to any kind of request from Leonard. But maybe these clauses are insignificant and have no influence on the deal in general, or maybe the rest of the contract is because Sheldon had the foresight to include a salvatorial clause. There are still ways to derail the treaty. This harmless clause actually means that Leonard is responsible for doing everything in his power for Sheldon when it comes to a car.
Drive him to work (and back). Drive him to dental appointments. .