Young Sheldon managed to make a delicious season and at the end still pay such an incredible tribute to The Big Bang Theory in his last moment, showing how Sheldon was not alone in his moment of sadness when he saw an idol lose the Nobel.
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“A Broken Heart and a Crock Monster”Created a monster in Sheldon by placing him next to Missy to collect donations for the church, while Pastor Jeff separates from his wife and needs to spend time with Mary and George. The drama was cool, but Sheldon and Missy stole the show.
Meemaw and John going to the casino was also hilarious, but not like Georgie starting to pay for cable TV and leaving her father without watching TV, since he didn’t want to contribute. It is then that George decides to charge his son for everything he uses at home, as a form of “punishment”.
Then at the end we have “A Swedish Science Thing and the Equation for Toast”Sheldon expects an idol to win the Nobel Prize, and does everything he can to hear the broadcast. Only there is a problem, he ends up losing, and in the best narration we have friends, the distance also listening to the award.
It’s really cool to see the series show us the children’s versions of Leonard, Penny, Bernadette, Raj, Howard and Sheldon’s eternal love, Amy. It was a beautiful tribute to the end of the main series, while Young Sheldon has already secured seasons 3 and 4, and continues to deliver us a fun series, with drama in the right measure.