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[[WMG: The show is basically a live-action version of ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'']]

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[[WMG: The show is [[{{SpiritualAdaptation}} basically a live-action version of of]] ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'']]



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* However, the Season 4 finale suggests George's first affair was with Brenda. On the other hand, even if this is right, it doesn't rule out another affair with another woman.


[[WMG: Sheldon is telling his story of his childhood to his friends]]
* The season 4 premiere puts this well over a decade or two after the end of Series/TheBigBangTheory and confirms that Amy is with him as well.
* The Series Finale will reveal this is taking place at the reception of Mary Cooper’s funeral and act as a DistantFinale of both shows and act as a reunion with the cast of The Big Bang Theory appearing.

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[[WMG: Sheldon is telling his story of his childhood to his friends]]
* The season 4 premiere puts this well over a decade or two after the end of Series/TheBigBangTheory and confirms that Amy is with him as well.
* The Series Finale will reveal this is taking place at the reception of Mary Cooper’s funeral and act as a DistantFinale of both shows and act as a reunion with the cast of The Big Bang Theory appearing.


* It'd be even nicer if Raj ended up with Missy. With Raj still being single by the end of ''The Big Bang Theory'' and Missy having divorced her husband, plus some ship teasing before that, it'd be nice to see both of them finally catch a break. It is said by adult Sheldon in “A Baby Tooth and The Egyptian God of Knowledge” that Missy had two more children after the events of ''The Big Bang Theory'', so she found someone else (assuming she didn't reconcile with her husband, that is).

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* It'd be even nicer if Raj ended up with Missy. With Raj still being single by the end of ''The Big Bang Theory'' and Missy having divorced her husband, plus some ship teasing before that, it'd be nice to see both of them finally catch a break. It is said by adult Sheldon in “A Baby Tooth and The Egyptian God of Knowledge” that Missy had two more children after the events of ''The Big Bang Theory'', so she found someone else (assuming that A) she didn't reconcile with her husband, that is).
husband and B) she wasn't carrying triplets in "The Bow Tie Asymmetry").


* It'd be even nicer if Raj ended up with Missy. With Raj still being single by the end of ''The Big Bang Theory'' and Missy having divorced her husband, plus some ship teasing before that, it'd be nice to see both of them finally catch a break.

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* It'd be even nicer if Raj ended up with Missy. With Raj still being single by the end of ''The Big Bang Theory'' and Missy having divorced her husband, plus some ship teasing before that, it'd be nice to see both of them finally catch a break.
break. It is said by adult Sheldon in “A Baby Tooth and The Egyptian God of Knowledge” that Missy had two more children after the events of ''The Big Bang Theory'', so she found someone else (assuming she didn't reconcile with her husband, that is).


Lots have speculated that Veronica will be Georgie's first ex-wife that he marries at age 19, as alluded to by Sheldon's narration. But their marriage will be a short one. According to the timeline, Georgie will be around 19 when his father dies. And as we know from "[[Recap/TheBigBangTheoryS11E23TheSiblingRealignment The Sibling Realignment]]", Georgie had to financially, and likely emotionally, support his grieving family. Obviously, being able to take care of both his new wife ''and'' his mother and sister will be too much for Georgie and he and Veronica's relationship will crumble. Though Veronica, being the kindhearted person she is, would understand the situation even though she's not thrilled and the two will [[AmicableExes amicably part ways]].

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Lots have speculated that Veronica will be Georgie's first ex-wife that he marries at age 19, as alluded to by Sheldon's narration. But their marriage will be a short one.one, though not through any fault of their own. According to the timeline, Georgie will be around 19 when his father dies. And as we know from "[[Recap/TheBigBangTheoryS11E23TheSiblingRealignment The Sibling Realignment]]", Georgie had to financially, and likely emotionally, support his grieving family. Obviously, being able to take care of both his new wife ''and'' his mother and sister will be too much for Georgie and he and Veronica's relationship will crumble. Though Veronica, being the kindhearted person she is, would understand the situation even though she's not thrilled and the two will [[AmicableExes amicably part ways]].


* That was Sheldon's maternal grandfather, whose name is revealed to be Charlie Tucker in "Contracts, Rules and a Little Bit of Pig Brains". D.B. Cooper could still be George's father though.

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* That was Sheldon's maternal grandfather, whose name is revealed to be Charlie Tucker in "Contracts, Rules and a Little Bit of Pig Brains". D.B. Cooper could still be George's father though.though.

[[WMG: Veronica will be George Jr.'s first wife, and George Sr.'s death will be what causes them to split up]]
Lots have speculated that Veronica will be Georgie's first ex-wife that he marries at age 19, as alluded to by Sheldon's narration. But their marriage will be a short one. According to the timeline, Georgie will be around 19 when his father dies. And as we know from "[[Recap/TheBigBangTheoryS11E23TheSiblingRealignment The Sibling Realignment]]", Georgie had to financially, and likely emotionally, support his grieving family. Obviously, being able to take care of both his new wife ''and'' his mother and sister will be too much for Georgie and he and Veronica's relationship will crumble. Though Veronica, being the kindhearted person she is, would understand the situation even though she's not thrilled and the two will [[AmicableExes amicably part ways]].



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* It'd be even nicer if Raj ended up with Missy. With Raj still being single by the end of ''The Big Bang Theory'' and Missy having divorced her husband, plus some ship teasing before that, it'd be nice to see both of them finally catch a break.



If you look at D.B. Cooper's police sketches, they do kinda look alike. We know Sheldon's granddad was the only oe who encouraged him to pursuit a career in science, and that he was quite the eccentric - sounds like the type of weird genius who could pull out a plane hijacking. D.B. Cooper looked around 40 in 1971, so he'd be old enough to be married to Sheldon's grandmother.

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If you look at D.B. Cooper's police sketches, they do kinda look alike. We know Sheldon's granddad was the only oe one who encouraged him to pursuit a career in science, and that he was quite the eccentric - sounds like the type of weird genius who could pull out a plane hijacking. D.B. Cooper looked around 40 in 1971, so he'd be old enough to be married to Sheldon's grandmother.grandmother.
* That was Sheldon's maternal grandfather, whose name is revealed to be Charlie Tucker in "Contracts, Rules and a Little Bit of Pig Brains". D.B. Cooper could still be George's father though.


Although Mary is already religious during the show proper, her portrayal in Series/TheBigBangTheory shows her to be a lot more insular - it seems obvious that she became TheFundamentalist ''after'' George Sr. died, since she had to lean on her faith. That also explains why Georgie became the head of the house so early - Mary took his dad's death very poorly.

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Although Mary is already religious during the show proper, her portrayal in Series/TheBigBangTheory shows her to be a lot more insular - it seems obvious that she became TheFundamentalist ''after'' George Sr. died, since she had to lean on her faith. That also explains why Georgie became the head of the house so early - Mary took his dad's death very poorly.poorly.

[[WMG: Sheldon's grandfather was none other than D.B. Cooper]]
If you look at D.B. Cooper's police sketches, they do kinda look alike. We know Sheldon's granddad was the only oe who encouraged him to pursuit a career in science, and that he was quite the eccentric - sounds like the type of weird genius who could pull out a plane hijacking. D.B. Cooper looked around 40 in 1971, so he'd be old enough to be married to Sheldon's grandmother.


It's already semi-confirmed that the show is future Sheldon's memoirs, so, if they can get the cast to agree, it'd be nice if the last 5 to 10 minutes are adult Sheldon finishing his memoirs, and we get to see the gang and their kids, perhaps finally see if Raj finally ended up with someone. It'd be a nice way to cap off the franchise (in a few years of course, we don't want this show to end just yet).

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It's already semi-confirmed that the show is future Sheldon's memoirs, so, if they can get the cast to agree, it'd be nice if the last 5 to 10 minutes are adult Sheldon finishing his memoirs, and we get to see the gang and their kids, perhaps finally see if Raj finally ended up with someone. It'd be a nice way to cap off the franchise (in a few years of course, we don't want this show to end just yet).yet).

[[WMG: Mary became a lot more religious after George Sr. died]]
Although Mary is already religious during the show proper, her portrayal in Series/TheBigBangTheory shows her to be a lot more insular - it seems obvious that she became TheFundamentalist ''after'' George Sr. died, since she had to lean on her faith. That also explains why Georgie became the head of the house so early - Mary took his dad's death very poorly.



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* Partially; we find out the origin of the word (it's the brand name of various practical jokes that Sheldon buys, like fake gum and whoopee cushions, etc) but it isn't in the season finale.


The main page points out how much different the Cooper house in ''Young Sheldon'' is compared to the one shown in ''The Big Bang Theory'' and that there's no mention of them moving afterwards. Then it hit me. When would be the perfect time for them to move? When they lose the main breadwinner, of course. After George Sr. dies, the family will be struggling with money for a long time, so they moved to a new house because they needed a cheaper place to live. Could be how they explain it in the future.

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The main page points out how much different the Cooper house in ''Young Sheldon'' is compared to the one shown in ''The Big Bang Theory'' and that there's no mention of them moving afterwards. Then it hit me. When would be the perfect time for them to move? When they lose the main breadwinner, of course. After George Sr. dies, the family will be struggling with money for a long time, so they moved to a new house because they needed a cheaper place to live. Could be how they explain it in the future.future.

[[WMG: The final episode of Young Sheldon will give us a Big Bang Theory Reunion]]
It's already semi-confirmed that the show is future Sheldon's memoirs, so, if they can get the cast to agree, it'd be nice if the last 5 to 10 minutes are adult Sheldon finishing his memoirs, and we get to see the gang and their kids, perhaps finally see if Raj finally ended up with someone. It'd be a nice way to cap off the franchise (in a few years of course, we don't want this show to end just yet).


We know that Sheldon's father will have an affair. We also know that Paige's parents are having marital problems. In the episode "Carbon Dating and a Stuffed Raccoon" that Paige's parents might be getting a divorce. In that episode, Paige's mother goes to Sheldon's father to vent. It's not to much of a stretch to think this might develop into a romantic relationship.

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We know that Sheldon's father will have an affair. We also know that Paige's parents are having marital problems. In the episode "Carbon Dating and a Stuffed Raccoon" that Paige's parents might be getting a divorce. In that episode, Paige's mother goes to Sheldon's father to vent. It's not to much of a stretch to think this might develop into a romantic relationship.relationship.

[[WMG: The Coopers were forced to move after George Sr. died]]
The main page points out how much different the Cooper house in ''Young Sheldon'' is compared to the one shown in ''The Big Bang Theory'' and that there's no mention of them moving afterwards. Then it hit me. When would be the perfect time for them to move? When they lose the main breadwinner, of course. After George Sr. dies, the family will be struggling with money for a long time, so they moved to a new house because they needed a cheaper place to live. Could be how they explain it in the future.

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