And Jason Alexander returns to Young Sheldon with his multitasking character and will have to deal with Sheldon and his concern about who might move into the house next to his… Again, Missy starts to worry about boys and having good conversations with Connie.
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Sheldon’s concern about who could move into the house next door, which has the front window with his, made him torment Mr. Lundy, who is also a broker and was presenting the house. Mary was left to make Sheldon move away from the place, as the boy was constantly tormenting prospective buyers.
I liked him going to torment the teachers to move there, since they wouldn’t have children, but he didn’t expect Pastor Jeff to like the idea, which makes Mary not like living next to her boss. At the end of everything, Sheldon is happy, until he finds out that Robin is pregnant…
Missy fell in love with Marcus and he asked her for dating was really cool, especially since that time in pre-adolescence is important for them to evolve. Connie giving her granddaughter advice was really cool, especially that her boyfriend is from the rival baseball team.
I hoped she wouldn’t be able to play, but seeing the team losing, she’d rather face her boyfriend than let the team down. In the end I liked the boy being excited and not taking revenge on her for making him lose, and still giving her hand.
And there is only praise in how Young Sheldon deals with his dramas in a comic way and makes us want to know more about each of the characters, even Mr. Lundy who is a teacher, theater director and insurance broker, Jason Alexander very well.