Young Sheldon episode 100 features show-changing twists, Showrunner says

Young Sheldon showrunner Steve Molaro is teasing an incident in the 100th episode of the Big Bang Theory spin-off that will change the course of the series.

Young Sheldon‘s 100th episode will feature an episode that changes shows, reveals showrunner Steve Molaro. That The Big Bang Theory The spin-off is currently on yet another break, but when it returns on March 31, the show will celebrate a major milestone. Young Sheldon season 5, episode 17, will also mark the series’ 100th outing.

Premiere in 2017, Young Sheldon is the first and only spinoff of the nerd-centered sitcom. When Big Bang theory finished his race in 2019, Young Sheldon became CBS’s leading comedy, and although still not as popular as its parent series, it continues to dominate the network rankings. Not surprisingly, CBS awarded it a three-year renewal, guaranteeing its term until season 7. However, it is still a long way off; meanwhile, viewers are waiting for it to return, as it is currently taking another break to pave the way for CBS ‘broadcast of the NCAA’s March Madness.


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Despite that, it seems like Young Sheldon‘s creative team makes sure it’s worth the wait. According to Molaro, with whom he spoke ET online during a special screening of the monumental episode, titled “A Solo Peanut, a Social Butterfly and the Truth”, the excursion will feature an event that will change the course of the entire sitcom forward. Read his full comment below:

There are definitely some big changes that are going to take us through the rest of the season, some big revelations. When you see it, it ends in a show-changing moment [and] I’ll leave it at that. “

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Unfortunately, Molaro did not elaborate on what he means by this teasing. But CBS has already released the official synopsis of Young Sheldon100th episode, which could give viewers an idea of ​​what to expect. To begin with, McKenna Grace returns as Paige – Sheldon’s (Iain Armitage) arch-rival and one-time love affair. It turns out that she will ask the socially incompetent genius for a strange favor, which will be very interesting given their complicated dynamics. Meanwhile, Georgie (Montana Jordan) will tell about her real age to her boyfriend, Mandy (Emily Osment). Finally, Meemaw (Annie Potts) and Dale (Craig T. Nelson)’s unexpected split will put Mary (Zoe Perry) and George (Lance Barber) in an awkward position. Among all the plot lines, this is without a doubt the most exciting, as it could set in motion the Cooper Patriarch’s long-awaited fall from grace.

It’s also exciting whether the episode will have a surprising guest star. Mayim Bialik’s Amy recently appeared, which means that if it is another The Big Bang Theory actor / character, it could only be either Penny (Kaley Cuoco) or Leonard (Johnny Galecki). Or else, Young Sheldon can also go on to celebrate its 100th episode without any connection to its parent series. In this way, the storytelling is focused on the spinoff’s narrative.

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Young Sheldon Season 5 returns on March 31 and airs Thursdays on CBS.

Source: ET Online

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