During The Big Bang Theory’s long run, people often talked about Sheldon Cooper’s long history and where he came from. When its spin-off, Young Sheldon, came out on CBS, it had a lot to work with. Even though the story of the Cooper family is strong enough to stand on its own, the show often drops Easter eggs and references the original show. Here are a few clever references to events and conversations from The Big Bang Theory that were made on Young Sheldon. Upvote the best examples.
The Brilliant Choice To Cast Mary Cooper
Zoe Perry, who looks like Laurie Metcalf, plays Mary Cooper on Young Sheldon. Laurie Metcalf plays Sheldon’s mother when she is older on The Big Bang Theory.
When Sheldon is sad because no one comes to his party, we flash to his future friends.
In “A Swedish Science Thing and the Equation for Toast,” the season two finale of Young Sheldon, Sheldon is upset that no one came to his party to hear the Nobel Prize winners. At the last of the episode, we see all of Sheldon’s future friends when they were young.
Sheldon and his father went to CalTech.
Professor Proton has always been Sheldon’s dream man.
He has always kept a list of his enemies.
How Doctor Tire Got His Start
Putting a name and face together
How “Bazinga” Got Its Name
Tam is Sheldon’s best friend.
When they were younger, the two best friends fought. When they ran into each other again as adults, they became friends again. It turned out that the reason they were “fighting” was because they went to different colleges. Tam never even found out why they “fell out.”
What Meemaw Does
“My mom made me take a test.”
When he talks to the school pool in his mind, the water has a familiar voice.
Sheldon’s imagined talk with his worst enemy, the school pool, might sound familiar because the collection is voiced by Kaley Cuoco, who plays Penny on The Big Bang Theory.
He has always liked a certain place.
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