Young Sheldon | 3 × 06-07 – A Parasol and a Hell of an Arm / Pongo Pygmaeus and a Culture That Encourages Spitt

 Young Sheldon |  3 × 06-07 - A Parasol and a Hell of an Arm / Pongo Pygmaeus and a Culture That Encourages Spitt

What I’ve liked the most in these last episodes of Young Sheldon it’s how they embraced the idea of ​​developing all family members, giving Sheldon’s dramas a break, and making everyone gain new nuances.

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The most interesting thing so far is seeing how Missy has grown so much and her entry into the baseball team has moved everyone’s lives. Meemaw now has meetings with the coach, who in turn is befriending George, creating a slight friction between mother-in-law and son-in-law.

Dr. Sturgis was not left out and helps Sheldon to respond to comments in a scientific forum on the Internet, which in those years was beginning to crawl.

Georgie is the one who also had a good time, either listening to all the ladies telling him his dramas and him just answering “hum-hum”, or now with the new arrival Lisa, who starts taking up space in his life and he sees Veronica start to stay jealous. Her face in the car staring at the candy bracelet he gave her was interesting, showing her changing her mind about him.

Returning to Missy, it was strange for the girls to call her a boy because she was on the baseball team, and even the neighbor went to call Mary and confront her about it. When Mary was irritated, she decided that her daughter would remain on the team.

In the first game she showed that she will not take any shit home and will make everyone eat grass if they get in her way.

All this development is very welcome for Young Sheldon, because everyone ends up winning.

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