Young Sheldon | 3 × 14 – A Slump, a Cross and Roadside Gravel

 Young Sheldon |  3 × 14 - A Slump, a Cross and Roadside Gravel

The freedom of choice given by George and Mary to their children ends up being highlighted in Young Sheldon. Georgie has only been thinking about money and getting along, Sheldon only thinks about science and does not imagine that for that he will need money, while Missy only turns to God when she needs to win a game …

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The way the series built these three elements over the years and shaped it in this episode was delightful. Putting Georgie next to Sheldon to investigate how to make money and also do science was amazing, even though George doesn’t like the way his son thinks and what it can do.

The two young men, having denied the use of a centrifuge by their father, end up trying to do this at school and almost burning it…

On the other side we have Missy without concentration and almost losing the game and only managing to hit the balls after Mary asks her to pray and asks God to guide her. The issue turns out to be complicated when she gets the things asked for, but starts to exchange for money, and do whatever she wants, which makes Mary angry at the way she bargains things with what she got from God.

Discussing how they are raising their children, making humor and making us laugh with the characters and not theirs, is sensational. Talking about prayer, wishes and consequences is something interesting for such a familiar comedy, and yet to put Meemaw as such a charismatic character, full of mistakes, but also with a wonderful heart.

Young Sheldon once again hits the tone of their plots. Ah! I loved how Georgie laughs at Sheldon’s face when he comes up with the idea of ​​a device that is a phone, walkman and camera to take pictures…