Young Sheldon | 3 × 17 – An Academic Crime and a More Romantic Taco Bell

 Young Sheldon |  3 × 17 - An Academic Crime and a More Romantic Taco Bell

Young Sheldon I knew how to draw and create a very nice plot to accompany, even if there were few more comedic moments, becoming even more serious than I expected. She spoke of feminism without declaring it, teenage romance and theft of ideas.

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Of course, Georgie carried her comic streak well in an embarrassing situation, or Mary trying to value her daughter in a sport mostly male, but for Sheldon it was a very difficult feeling, which also removes Dr. Sturgis from the series, because nor was the romance with Connie paying off.

Georgie and Veronica’s relationship has not yet ended, so much so that we had already seen her jealous that he was with another girl, and now we have his good time having dinner with Jana right in the restaurant where she works. I like the way their relationship is being built, but it is even better to see his maturity, even though he still shows off being a rebellious teenager.

They must take this issue of the tangled relationship between them even further. Jana jealous and Georgie maintaining a friendship with Veronica until everything breaks… I want to see.

Mary, Brenda and other mothers start planning their children’s baseball championship final and it was Missy’s mother who bought a trophy. It was nice of her to go after a trophy with the female representation to make Missy feel included and in her saga even with the store owner she fought.

It was very cute when she pulled a Barbie’s head off and put it in the trophy, but Missy just wants to be playing it cool, and she doesn’t care about the trophy. Except that their conversation was very beautiful and showed the love between them, even if Missy blew up the trophy at the end … Ah! Connie even called Mary a feminist.

And finally we had Sheldon reading Sturgis’s scientific article and identifying a miscalculation at one point, and shortly after that the two spent moments recalculating and looking for a way to get around the mass problem he wanted to use. The problem is that Sheldon expected to be quoted as a co-author and fought with Sturgis, who put him in a footnote, which created a big problem.

Sheldon, not accepting this, took the case to the dean of the university, which makes Sturgis very upset with him and expel him from his classes. After all, Sturgis had been studying and looking for a way to write his article for years, so that Sheldon would ruin everything by accusing him of stealing his calculus. It was very intense …

Young Sheldon it has its comic hints, but when it goes to drama, things get pretty complicated.