Young Sheldon | 2 × 18 – A Perfect Score and a Bunsen Burner Marshmallow

 Young Sheldon |  2 × 18 - A Perfect Score and a Bunsen Burner Marshmallow

Young Sheldon he decided to address Sheldon’s departure from home and the reaction of all his relatives, especially Mary. The plot revolved around him and all the family members were very satellite in the plot, but the cool thing is that John had more space with the boy.

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With Sheldon passing with the highest PSAT score, he already went straight to college became a reality, but that would take him out of the house and mess with Mary, who doesn’t want to lose her son. Showing the exit of the nest and Mary’s reaction was sensational.

Mary without Sheldon, who went to live with John for a while, ended up trying to get close to Missy, but saw how her daughter is independent, tried to get close to Georgie, but the boy is focused on other things. Even with Meemaw she tried to get closer, but her mother quickly took her out of the house.

The plot only highlighted how Mary is dependent on her son and how her concern is exaggerated and ends up neglecting her other children a little, who have already learned to cope without her mother’s constant presence.

Meanwhile Sheldon enjoyed the experience all the time away from home, even though it was strange for a family to let their young son live with a stranger, to some extent. But Sheldon almost sets the house on fire which makes everyone desperate.

Young Sheldon he knows how to show us the best of his dramas, and makes a very light comedy, here he showed that point again.