And we had more moments from Georgie and Veronica in Young Sheldon, and it was great to see him learning to deal with his own feelings and how a “no” can be given. And we also had Sheldon in his classic story of The Big Bang Theory when the FBI broke into his house because he tried to create a nuclear reactor.
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Georgie sought to redeem herself with Veronica for the stolen kiss and the blow taken at church baptism. She forgives him, but tells the news: she’s dating. He then runs out of ground and decides to write a love letter with all the feeling and limitations of words he has.
The problem is that he ends up making fun of having his letter read in the school hallway. I liked George’s reaction, his father knew how to deal with it, and I loved seeing him telling Mary about his broken heart and that she was irritated to meet the woman he was in love with as a teenager.
And speaking of George, your moments with Missy were hilarious. The girl shows that she has a network of gossip that knows EVERYTHING that happens in the city, even that a woman’s son is not her husband’s.
Now, Meemaw and John were great at his meeting, where she caught the eye of another of his colleagues by using Sheldon’s words to talk about String Theory.
And finally, we had Sheldon wanting to create a power system for his father to stop picking on him because he was indecisive in front of the refrigerator. Searching for knowledge about energy sources, he decides to go for nuclear, and John inadvertently passes on the idea of using a component of smoke detectors. Of course, the FBI arrived on time.
Young Sheldon kept his usual humor and drama, delivering yet another very tasty episode.