AND Young Sheldon showed us that Sheldon’s parents tried to show him that his actions were selfish, but he still hasn’t learned. The best was Georgie’s entrepreneurial outlook and the focus they are finally giving the character.
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Sheldon wanted to attend the robotics congress at all costs and Dr. Linkletter took advantage of this to have Meemaw by his side and he tried to invest, only that she called and already warned Sheldon that the trip would not happen. I laughed with him trying to convince his grandmother to finally understand that he wouldn’t roll over and say that she was selfish.
Meemaw slapped Sheldon on the ass and he tried to argue with his parents that he was wrong. It remained for the boy to go and ask John for advice at the psychiatric hospital, which yielded a bus trip, but the best thing was to see Missy not understanding anything and trying to help her parents unveil her brother’s letter.
In the end Sheldon uses a metaphor of Star Trek to help parents understand what happened to him.
Now, Georgie buying sweets to sell at school for half the price of the machines was nice, only he soon throws himself at Veronica, who likes his vision, but not the expensive gift he gives her. Overturned? Him giving a candy bracelet and she loving the most loving gesture.
Finally Georgie has been gaining space and showing his gift for sales, and his highlight in Young Sheldon it’s more than welcome, and I hope Missy has more of her own moments than making acid jokes for everyone.