Young Sheldon spin-off titled George and Mandy’s First Marriage

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CBS has officially given a title to their Young Sheldon spin-off and while it may be a mouthful, it also makes sense.

So, what are we looking at here? Think along the likes of George and Mandy’s First Marriage, which is both funny as well as it is intentionally confusing.

The reason for the title makes at least some sense in that back in The Big Bang Theory, Sheldon confirmed that his brother was married more than once. Therefore, you would be significantly breaking canon in the event that Montana Jordan and Emily Osment’s characters actually stayed together for good.

You can argue that this title is a reference to how eventually, the two split up and they find other spouses — or, what if they divorce and get re-married again later? The latter would be a way for the producers to cheat a little, much as they did with the whole idea of George Sr. cheating on Mary. (Sheldon thought his dad was unfaithful when in reality, he was just engaging in some role-play with his wife.)

The official synopsis for the series is hardly unexpected — which makes sense, given that so little is known about the supporting cast as of right now:

GEORGIE & MANDY’S FIRST MARRIAGE, the sequel to YOUNG SHELDON, follows Georgie (Montana Jordan) and Mandy (Emily Osment) as they raise their young family in Texas while navigating the challenges of adulthood, parenting and marriage.

While there is no premiere date as of yet for George and Mandy’s First Marriage, it is going to take the place of its predecessor on CBS Thursday nights. We tend to think that over the summer, a lot of other news is going to make sense.

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This article was written by Jessica BunBun.

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