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”
The local police are flabbergasted as multiple cases of people waking up with their spleens missing go unsolved without an clues. When Chale becomes victim number ten, Kevin takes the case! As the police pursue a local black market organ harvesting ring, Kevin decides to investigate a mysterious footprint that leads him to an ancient … Continue reading Kevin Can Wait, “Kevin Cannibal Wait”
A scheduled visit from Meemaw is cancelled when she comes down with flu. Young Sheldon takes it upon himself to care for his granny while she recovers. When he tries to whip her up a batch of fresh French onion soup, he horribly burns his hand. He tries to hide his injury from Meemaw, but … Continue reading Young Sheldon, “Green Around the Bazingas”
A door-to-door salesman comes to the Cooper residence and convinces Young Sheldon’s mother Mary to sign him up for piano lessons. Young Sheldon initially finds the idea of music to be stupid and pointless, but when his instructor (guest star Kate Mulgrew) tells him that it’s just an applied form of math, he gains a … Continue reading Young Sheldon, “Sing Us a Song, You’re the Bazinga Man”
With the Gable children completely wiped from existence, Kevin decides to call upon help from the only man-spirit who could possibly help track down his kids: Santa Claus (Jim Belushi)! When Santa arrives, the two discover that whatever is causing Kevin’s reality to warp has also summoned an unwelcome guest—The Krampus.
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”
When word gets out that Carl Sagan is giving a free lecture in Houston, Young Sheldon begs his parents to take him. When his drunken father George Sr. tells him that he can’t afford the gas, Young Sheldon weighs the pros and cons of hitchhiking. After Carl Sagan speaks to him in a dream, Young … Continue reading Young Sheldon, “The Pros and Bazingas of Hitchhiking”
When Kevin goes outside to grab the morning paper, he is greeted by Lou Ferrigno, who claims to be his neighbor. The two get to talking and Lou reveals that his sense of reality seems to have been warped ever since he went to a voodoo cult. Kevin then grabs the family dog formerly known … Continue reading Kevin Can Wait, “Kevin Keeps On Slippin'”
The Big Bang Gang™ meets up for brunch, they are shocked to discover something about their cloned friend Sheldmond—he is quickly becoming an old man. Amy argues that they should scrap the clone and print up a new one, while the Potato Penny argues that Sheldmond is perfect the way he is. While the friends … Continue reading Big Bang Theory, “The Age Acceleration”
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”
What he thought would be a relaxing day of rest down by the lake turns into yet another case as Kevin encounters a giant humanoid monster carrying a woman through the woods. Chale considers a new career in real estate, while Kendra begins to fade out of existence.
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”
It’s Black Friday, and Kevin and the family head to the mall for some shopping. When a crazed shopper tramples Sara, Kevin tasers the man and discovers a small parasite attached to the back of his neck. Perhaps theres a little more to the shopping mania than just modest savings on everyday goods. … Continue reading Kevin Can Wait, “Paint It Black—Friday!”
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 star of a popular political thriller’s teenage boy pages keep mysteriously disappearing, Kevin decides to go undercover to investigate the case. Landing an acting role under the assumed name “Kevin James”, Kevin puts his sleuthing skills to the test and discovers that the actor may be an inter-dimensional space monster.