Young Sheldon | 2 × 19 – A Political Campaign and a Candy Land Cheater

 Young Sheldon |  2 × 19 - A Political Campaign and a Candy Land Cheater

Sheldon learned in the worst possible way the politics of politics in Young Sheldon. I like the way everyone ends up getting involved and even suffering when Sheldon gets something in his head, and being a child, even grumpy at times, is more acceptable than the already adult character of The Big Bang Theory, while we understand why he stayed that way being so spoiled.

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When he sees that the science department of his school is out of character and that football continues to gain investment, he decides to run for office, but Neil will be his competitor. I like the way he remains innocent, wanting to bet on ideas, while his competitor starts using bombs, like “with Sheldon we will have more homework”.

Here comes the best part of the episode: Missy! How nice to see her personality in action, because while her brother is innocent, she doesn’t, she knows how to be calculating and think far. Taking the rotten Neil out of her house and handing them over to Sheldon to use was pretty cool. Of course, Sheldon wins the presidency, but whoever loses is the director, because he will have to keep an eye on the boy.

Georgie has little space, but there are nice balconies, like the fear of his brother creating problems for him, or his prayer asking Veronica to notice him. Likewise, the few spaces are cool, but with good views, on top of Pastor Jeff and John, with their advice.

Mary, Meemow and Goerge were also nice, but they were a little more aside in the plots.

Young Sheldon once again he knew how to amuse and show other sides of all his characters. Sheldon demands a lot of energy, but the script has managed to distribute his moments very well.