Young Sheldon Confirms Big Bang Theory ALSO Ruined Georgie

In the world of Young Sheldon, it turns out that The Big Bang Theory had a detrimental effect on Georgie, Sheldon's older brother. While Sheldon's mother and sister made appearances in the first season of The Big Bang Theory, Georgie didn't show up until season 11. Despite his brief participation in the nerd-centric sitcom, CBS provided enough information about him to understand how his life has unfolded since the death of his father, George.

However, Young Sheldon's portrayal of Georgie reveals that he, too, was negatively impacted by The Big Bang Theory. A lot has changed in the Cooper household leading up to the eventful season 5 finale of Young Sheldon, especially for Georgie. After a brief fling with Mandy, the two find themselves having to confront their situation when they discover that Mandy is pregnant. While they decide to move forward with the pregnancy, they are unsure about what their future holds. In season 6 of Young Sheldon, we see Georgie trying to navigate this tricky situation.

The Big Bang Theory, however, unfairly portrayed him in a negative light. Georgie has been unjustly blamed for his and Mandy's predicament, even though their relationship was consensual. Despite this, Georgie has remained patient, loyal, and committed to making things work with his complicated partner. However, The Big Bang Theory depicted him as cocky, spiteful, and even a bit of a playboy, contradicting the character we see in Young Sheldon. So, while the prequel series sets up a seemingly happy adult life for Georgie, it is forced to follow the established canon and show him as a bitter, yet successful, business owner in the future. 

I n conclusion, The Big Bang Theory's portrayal of Georgie in Young Sheldon has had a negative impact on his character and relationships.