Despite being a prequel series, Young Sheldon season 6 may have secretly revealed who the real villain of The Big Bang Theory franchise is.
Despite the mostly lighthearted tone, the sixth season of Young Sheldon has briefly changed course, revealing who is the vero villain of the franchise of The Big Bang Theory. Four years after the show ended after 12 seasons, TBBT remains one of the most popular sitcoms ever, also thanks to its availability on streaming platforms.
In an effort to further capitalize on the success of the landmark show, CBS has greenlit its first spin-off titled Young Sheldon, a prequel about Sheldon’s origins and the events that took place during his childhood while living with his family. in Texas. According to fans, the sixth season of the new series may have revealed the identity of the true villain of the entire franchise The Big Bang Theory.
In the nineteenth episode, Sheldon becomes convinced that he has fallen behind in life as, despite his intellect, he has been unable to bolster his postgraduate portfolio. Instead of admitting his mistakes, he starts to blame Mary, accusing her of pampering him too much and that’s the key to her: Mary is a fundamental part of what eventually becomes the protagonist of The Big Bang Theory: a selfish and self-aggrandizing man-child.
The original series didn’t have an actual villain though, story-wise, Sheldon was definitely the cause of most of everyone’s ills due to his eccentricities and unreasonable behavior. Most likely Sheldon would not have developed his most problematic traits if he had had Mary, a figure who in psychology is referred to as the “Devouring Mother“