Young Sheldon putting Meemaw in the spotlight in a delightful conversation with his deceased, in addition to showing us how adults also make strange choices, it was a lot, and I even enjoyed the moments between Missy and Sheldon.
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With the Georges out of the house, Mary has a moment of her own, especially with Sheldon w Missy creating rules, games and contracts to decide where they will go. I laughed a lot with the way things are conducted and neither of them can go where they wanted to, as the decision games took up all day.
Even though Sheldon thinks he won by staying at home having fun, we won by seeing more of these two brothers together.
Meemaw, dealing with John and Dale and their jealousy over relationships, ended up going to the cemetery alone to talk to her ex-husband’s tombstone, Charles. “Their” conversation is great, full of affection and love, and even when a stranger, Kenneth, shows up to talk to his own wife who is in the grave next door, we have a very good time.
Now, the way George ended up in the middle of the fight between Dale and John, about how they treat each other, but mainly because Dale has no patience with the way of Connie’s ex, ends up showing us a more human side of George, who always wondering how to deal with this man.
And finally, John disappears by bus, leaving George, Georgie and Dale worried about his whereabouts, as they have gone camping far away. I laughed a lot with Georgie eating John’s baked pork brain bait.
Young Sheldon always surprising us with his comedy and drama that move us.