[S5E9] Season's Cheating
Fun Fact!Did you notice during the first part of the exam, the chalkboard on the side of the schoolhouse does not have the columns of test scores on it? In the next clip of Laura looking at Andy and catching him cheating, the scores are back on the board.
[S5E9] Season's Cheating
Blair attempts to find out what caused Chuck to become a good man so that she can do the same with Louis. Nate becomes the editor chief of the Spectator and suspects that the story that Maureen is cheating on his cousin Tripp is actually a lie. Carol returns to New York to cover it up for Ivy, who's been blackmailed by Max.
Tamera accepts Tia's wager that she can't tell the truth for one week, but she faces a dilemma when she spies Ray's girlfriend Vivica cheating on him; a prominent client asks Lisa's opinion about the fit of a gown, forcing her to decide if honesty is really the best policy.
George (Lance Barber) subtly explains the reason for cheating on his wife in Young Sheldon season 5, with season 6 setting up George's affair finally happening. From the get-go, The Big Bang Theory depicted the Cooper patriarch as a no-good father, who's lazy and useless. Both adult Sheldon (Jim Parsons) and his mother, Mary (Laurie Metcalf), ragged on George every single time they got the chance. However, out of all the bad things the pair said, Sheldon's confession about catching his father having sex with a different woman was arguably the worst. So, does George cheat on Mary? Since then, fans have been waiting for Young Sheldon to reveal what really happened during this traumatic incident, and answer the question of did Sheldon's dad cheat. After years of skirting around the incident, the spin-off has finally started to lay the groundwork for the moment when the Young Sheldon dad cheats.
George's affair may be happening offscreen, but its effects are certainly causing him to spiral more into the character described in The Big Bang Theory. George Sr.'s burgeoning secret is just now starting to affect the family as a whole, and it may have more significant implications on the community featured in Young Sheldon. Season 5, episode 2 kicks off with Meemaw spying on Sheldon's father in an attempt to figure out what his secret is. She starts asking around the bar about the night previously when Brenda first propositioned George, but he ended up having a heart attack. The cheating storyline in season 5 moves away for a brief time to cover Georgie's arc. However, the slow descent into an affair picks back up again in Young Sheldon season 5, episode 9, when George starts fixing things around Brenda's house. Things really get complicated in episode 22, when Mary finds a job at a bowling alley, working alongside Brenda Sparks.
Clues to his TBBT characterization start taking effect towards the end of the season when he quits his job, and rather than finding a new one, he drinks and mopes around the house while Mary hits the pavement. Things will only be complicated further in Sheldon's family since Brenda is so intertwined with their lives. So, while George Sr.'s affair hasn't happened onscreen in Young Sheldon, season 6 or 7 is sure to bring the cheating scandal out into the open, creating a bombshell revelation for the Cooper family.
It's taken quite a long time to find out exactly when the Young Sheldon dad cheats, but CBS can't ignore the storyline forever. While Young Sheldon season 5 laid the groundwork for the incident, season 6 is applying the framing in depicting Mary and George's relationship slowly crumbling. Canonically, Sheldon catches his dad in the act when he's 13 years old. Since Sheldon is 12 going on 13 in Young Sheldon season 6, it's likely that the series will finally address George's cheating scandal in late season 6 or early season 7. George and Mary seemingly reigniting their romance comes across as a downright lie. The series foreshadowed the affair through the character of Wayne, who had a picture-perfect marriage only to find out that his wife was cheating. In addition, Young Sheldon seems to be implying that Mary will have an affair of her own with Pastor Rob.
Along with the affair, it's revealed in The Big Bang Theory that George suffered a somewhat untimely demise. Based on TBBT canon, George's death occurs in 1994: the year that Young Sheldon season 7 is set in. That being said, it's certainly possible that 1994 could span two seasons, but that's yet to be seen. Having George's cheating scandal and his death happen in such a rapid fashion may not bode well for the show. The series has taken such a long time setting up the Young Sheldon dad cheating scandal that his impending death hasn't been a huge focus. He's suffered a handful of heart attacks on the show thus far, but everyone is so zeroed in on the affair that this other major event in Sheldon's life hasn't gotten nearly the same amount of spotlight. Either way, Young Sheldon is inching its way towards revealing George's affair, though it has already laid the groundwork as to how he justifies it.
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