The latest episode has some references to The Big Bang Theory. It shows how Sheldon learned the word coitus and introduces to his habit of asking for a hot beverage when Missy gets upset.
Last Updated: 02.19 PM, Nov 12, 2021
Young Sheldon Season 5 Episode 6: Money Laundering and a Cascade of Hormones has some references to The Big Bang Theory and talks about sex education. Meanwhile, Georgie and Meemaw negotiate a deal and become business partners.
The new episode of Young Sheldon Season 5 hints at a completely different story and tries to distract the audience with the possibility of Mary Cooper having an affair.
The episode has an interesting twist with Mary Cooper having some 'hot dreams' and it's not about her husband but someone else. So, does that mean Mary would act on it and cheat on her husband? Though it is very unlikely of God-fearing Mary, we need to wait and watch. Probably, things happened differently in the Cooper family and not as portrayed in its parent show. Things get even more twisted as her daughter Missy dreams about marrying the same person.
It explores the subject of sex education for children and since it's a taboo subject, they work on how to talk to children in the church about it, only to scrap the entire idea after parents oppose it.
The conversation between Connie and Georgie are fun as they negotiate a deal. While Georgie argues that it was his idea about reviving the business and Connie finds it surprising that he's not as dumber as he used to be.
The episode has some references to The Big Bang Theory. It shows how Sheldon learned the word coitus and introduces to his habit of asking for a hot beverage when Missy gets upset. As Sheldon and Dr Sturgis find that people are not comfortable talking about sex or human reproduction/procreation as Sheldon calls it, he sits down to find a synonym for the word sex. That is how he discovers the word coitus, which he often used in The Big Bang Theory and annoyed Penny, Leonard and other friends. He explains the word is culturally and clinically more appropriate.
The latest episode seems twisted with some references from its parent show The Big Bang Theory.