'The Big Bang Theory' fans weigh in on their expectations for crossover with 'Young Sheldon'

Recently it was announced that during one of the December episodes of the final season, viewers will get to witness a crossover with its spinoff 'Young Sheldon'


                            'The Big Bang Theory' fans weigh in on their expectations for crossover with 'Young Sheldon'

'The Big Bang Theory' is coming to an end, and Chuck Lorre seems to be going all out and giving fans what they expected and have been waiting for the most during the entire season. Recently it was announced that during one of the December episodes of the final season, viewers will get to witness a crossover with its spinoff 'Young Sheldon'. Three of the show's stars — Iain Armitage, Lance Barber, and Montana Jordan — will be making cameos as their characters. 



 

It is not yet known if the crossover will happen as some kind of time travel, a dream or a flashback, because it is still kept under wraps. So far, we have seen a lot of moments where the two shows have intersected; with scenes like the famous 'soft kitty' song that appeared on 'Young Sheldon' and Sheldon Cooper's childhood best friend Tam, who appeared on both, 'The Big Bang Theory' and 'Young Sheldon'. Now, the makers have finally decided to have a full-blown crossover and not just bits and pieces. 

When the news was announced on the sitcom's social media page, fans were happy and excited. On the other hand, some started to weigh in on their expectations as to what might actually happen and how it will affect the longest running sitcom. Some even went a step further and revealed they felt like it was just another ordinary season and that Lorre is just pulling a gimmick because he has no plans for the rest of the season.



 



 

One fan compared it to the final season of 'How I Met Your Mother', saying: "That's how I met your mother went as in a normal season..it is 8 episodes in with no closure yet...don't want the final episode to end up like how I met your mother." Another fan revealed Lorre could be doing this to keep people interested in 'Young Sheldon'. "They have to do something to keep interests on young Sheldon‘s TV shows because we all know once Big Bang is gone so is young Sheldon good luck with that Chucky boy."



 

Taking a hint from the post's caption, "Big *young* things are coming to The #BigBangTheory this December—get ready for an epic @YoungSheldon crossover for the ages!" one fan weighed in what he thinks might happen in the crossover. 



 

Apart from all the weighing in and theories as to why the sudden crossover, some fans are quite excited for the episode to air. 'The Big Bang Theory' airs every Thursday on CBS.