And again George comes to prominence with good times, mainly in the question of his own development and how he could change his life and follow his dream. Young Sheldon when he decides to play drama he has done a good job, and talking about giving up something for the family is very intense.
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With Sheldon getting great grades and Sturgis thinking he can go to college, his college doesn’t want to give up keeping the institution’s score high and how it leverages investment in them. George and Sheldon are then in the middle of a war, where teachers and the principal do everything to please them and thus not force him to leave.
But George and Mary’s conversations about how to give up or not do something for Sheldon to get out of that comfort zone was very intense, because it beats him a lot. The decision is to let him move on to college when he turns 11.
Georgie continues to gain prominence with his work and how he deals with the clientele, only to stop studying to work with Dale at the sports store. Now, Meemaw’s relationship with Dale ends up affecting the way Sturgis reacts to her indifference, as she has feelings for him, but needs to move on.
It’s funny to see George in the middle of his mother-in-law’s quarrels and how he needs to be friends with his boyfriends.
Mary fighting with Brenda about Sheldon not being invited to Billy’s party, and in the end they talked about how complicated it is to raise a “different” son, it was amazing. If Sheldon doesn’t have friends because he is “too advanced”, Billy doesn’t likewise have to be “late”, and the way he learns things by seeing Spock’s neighbor explaining about carbon-based life, was really cool.
In their differences, both end up understanding and having fun with all that.
Young Sheldon he knows how to make these jokes simple and even somewhat pejorative, turn into a teaching in a way, putting perspectives other than comedy and bringing the right dose of drama to the series.