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222 'A Swedish Science Thing and the Equation for Toast' (May 16)


Tripper

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  • 3 weeks later...

After watching the sad ending of The Big Bang series I wish they had not Followed with such a sad Young Sheldon plot line.  Is the Shaw Wallace character  going to be phased out?  I think most viewers liked the sweet story  of Mamaw and the professor and hate to see him becoming senile.  He also serves as a friend for Sheldon.   Is Sheldon supposed to be friendless until he meets up with the Big Bang characters many years later?  

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It was kind of sad. I thought they had him having some kind of mental breakdown, because he lost out on a Nobel once. Seeing Sheldon start to cry because he had no friends ...then all the younger versions of the others made me cry more.

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We know that Sheldon gets to have friends eventually. He does not end up alone.

Dr. Sturgis on the other hand we can't know what will come next season. I have enjoyed having Wallace Shawn on YS. It was more than I had expected. Hard to say if his breakdown is temporary.

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On 5/17/2019 at 2:47 PM, RoRo said:

It was kind of sad. I thought they had him having some kind of mental breakdown, because he lost out on a Nobel once. Seeing Sheldon start to cry because he had no friends ...then all the younger versions of the others made me cry more.

Even Tam didn't show up.

I have to say that I enjoyed the little montage at the end where we see the younger versions of the gang.

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