The Young Sheldon is excited for his senior year, but his ego takes a big hit when he discovers that the new kid Young Larry is, perhaps, even smarter at physics than he is! As the two compete for the affection of their teacher, they accidentally create a time vortex that transports them all the … Continue reading Young Sheldon, “Senior-bazinga-itis”
After a couple of popular kids get busted for posting a "most hated" list in the school, Young Sheldon feels even more like an outcast when he notices that his name isn't on the list. He goes to drown his sorrows in ice cream when the scooper (guest star Henry Rollins) gives him some sage … Continue reading Young Sheldon, “All the Other Kids with the Pumped Up Bazingas”
As the Potato Penny finds herself being the “other woman” in an affair with LA Angels first baseman Albert Pujols, her ex-husband Leonard, too, finds himself in a forbidden love as he and his grad student do some passionate “research” in the lab at night. Meanwhile, Sheldmond and Amy have a frustrating time trying to … Continue reading Big Bang Theory, “The Forbidden Fraternization”
Young Sheldon tries to become one of the rebellious cool kids in an attempt to get in close with Becky Liebowicz. The ragtag pack of hooligans agree to allow Young Sheldon into their group only if he climbs the water tower and sprays some graffiti. When Young Sheldon gets up there, his pack of would-be-friends … Continue reading Young Sheldon, “All Along the Bazinga Tower”
Howard receives tickets to a football game from his boss at work, and forces his friends to go with him. Raj finds himself strangely engaged with the game, and gets into a fight with fan from the opposing team. Leonard struggles to figure out the rules to the game, and makes fun of everyone around … Continue reading Big Bang Theory, “The Sportsball Exhibition”
Not wanting to slip back into his murderous impersonation of his mother, Howard suggests the whole Big Bang Gang™ get together for a Friendsgiving. Amy takes this opportunity to cook up a vegan Turducken she engineered by combining the genes of a turkey and a duck, and replacing their proteins with that from soy beans. … Continue reading Big Bang Theory, “The Friendsgiving Experimentation”
When the Chunky Burger brings back its Cantonese-flavored Chicken Dunklet sauce for one day only, the Big Bang Gang™ piles into Raj’s van and heads out for some nugs. When they get there and find out that the sauce is sold out, Leonard nerd rages himself into an online campaign against the company. Meanwhile, The … Continue reading Big Bang Theory, “The Sauce Delirium”
Young Sheldon tries to impress a group of teenagers from school by stealing a Betamax tape from the corner video store. While his classmates are thrilled, Young Sheldon is filled with immense guilt. When he tells his father, his dad gives him a stern lecture about the time he stole a man’s blood in Vietnam.
Howard sets up a new VR rig and the Big Bang Gang™ comes over for a demonstration. When he runs a haunted house simulation featuring serial killers, things go wrong as the virtual reality machine connects to the WiFi-enabled 3D printer, which then prints up copies of murderers. This wacky pack of nerds must destroy … Continue reading Big Bang Theory, “The Virtual Reality Extraction”
Young Sheldon is bullied at school when he tells his classmates that his Halloween plans include Trick-or-Treating. As his mother shows him the finished costume she made him, he yells at her that he’s too old to dress up. Young Sheldon questions his decision when Elvira talks to him in a day dream. Young Sheldon’s … Continue reading Young Sheldon, “Trick-or-Bazinga”
Held captive by a shapeless being of pure energy, Sheldon is forced to watch and narrate his childhood. The story starts with the Young Sheldon and his family moving to a new town in Texas to escape his father’s rather unsavory past. Upon arriving at his new school, Young Sheldon’s genius prompts his principal to … Continue reading Young Sheldon, “Bazinga Begins”
Leonard needs to go on a road trip out to the country to pick up some supplies for his secret new business, but is afraid to go alone, so he enlists the help of Raj, Sheldon, and Howard. With the gaggle of nerds piled into the RV, they head out to the country. Sheldon refuses … Continue reading Big Bang Theory, “The Malice Destruction”
Sheldon and Amy ponder the future of their relationship when Sheldon’s mother Mary (Laurie Metcalf) shows up uninvited with a surprise guest: her new husband! Meanwhile, Leonard’s downward spiral into a deep depression leads to him buying the RV from Breaking Bad. John Goodman guest stars as Mary’s new husband Dan.
When Raj’s new internet meme makes a big splash on Reddigg, he enlists the help of the Potato Penny to monetize it through merchandising. The Big Bang Gang™ wears Raj and Penny’s meme shirts to the March for Science as a marketing opportunity, but discover that a group of alt-right anti-protestors has adopted the meme. … Continue reading Big Bang Theory, “The Memetic Marketization”
With his powers growing ever stronger, Howard convinces himself that he is not that of man, but rather a god. He forms a new religious cult, which Sheldon only joins when Howard insists that all incantations be recited in Klingon. When the Potato Penny joins the religion, Leonard follows suit in a desperate attempt to … Continue reading Big Bang Theory, “The Cult Culture”