Sheldon Cooper's rich history and origin story was a often a topic of talk during the long run of The Big Bang Theory, so when its spin-off Young Sheldon hit CBS, the show had a lot to pull from. And while the story of the Cooper family is strong enough to stand on its own, the show often drops Easter eggs and passing references to the original show. Here are a few clever mentions made on Young Sheldon that refers to events and discussions from The Big Bang Theory. Vote up the best references.
When Sheldon Is Sad Because No One Comes To His Party, And We Flash To His Future FriendsPhoto: CBS
In the Young Sheldon season two finale "A Swedish Science Thing and the Equation for Toast," Sheldon is brokenhearted that no one attended his party to listen to the Nobel Prize winners. At the end of the episode, the audience is given a glimpse of all of Sheldon's future friends as children.
The episode aired the same night as The Big Bang Theory series finale ("The Stockholm Syndrome"), which showed Sheldon surrounded by his friends as he wins the Nobel Prize.Bazinga?
The Genius Casting Of Mary Cooper
On Young Sheldon, the role of Mary Cooper is played by Zoe Perry, the lookalike daughter of Laurie Metcalf, who plays the older version of Sheldon's mother on The Big Bang Theory.Bazinga?
When Sheldon And His Dad Went To Visit CalTechBazinga?
The Origins Of 'Bazinga'Bazinga?