Where can I buy Young Sheldon season 2 on DVD?
- Format: DVD, Region 1
- Number of Disc: 2
- Genre: Sitcom
- Starring: Iain Armitage, Zoe Perry, Lance Barber
- Studio: CBS
- Language and Subtitles: English
Is Young Sheldon season 2 on DVD yet?
Sheldon takes apart the refrigerator in order to stop it from emitting a buzzing sound, which forces George to pay $200 to a repairman. Sheldon then gets a job delivering newspapers so he can reimburse George, but the job turns out to be difficult and stressful. He eventually outsources the work to Billy Sparks. Sheldon is joined in John’s physics class by Paige, who is slightly smarter and younger than he is, causing him to be jealous. Paige and her family visit the Coopers. Her parents begin bickering after talking with George and Mary about raising a gifted child, Sheldon is still jealous of Paige, but Missy and Georgie like her older sister. John learns that he must not praise Paige too much in front of Sheldon.
Is there a season 2 of Young Sheldon?
Mary questions her faith in God after hearing about a sixteen year old girl in the congregation who died in an accident. Although Sheldon does not believe in God, as he challenges Pastor Jeff how God would look like in an alien planet with octopuses, he does help Mary find her faith in God again.While doing his parent’s taxes, Sheldon finds a $300 discrepancy due to a missing check, but George does not want to talk about it, and requires Sheldon to keep this a secret from his mother. Sheldon becomes so stressed by the requirement to keep the secret, that he asks to stay overnight at Tam’s house in order to avoid Mary. After the sleepover, Sheldon pressures George to come clean to Mary. The missing $300 turns out to have been a fine that Connie had to pay for being caught behind the wheel while inebriated (even though Georgie was the driver). Because her secret was exposed, Connie gets back at George and tells Mary how George once relieved himself in the church’s vegetable garden.
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John suggests that Sheldon and Missy begin participating in a weekly twin study. Mary is concerned about possible effects on the children, but George likes the $300 that the study pays every week. Sheldon excels at the analytical tests, but has little patience for the tests of perceptiveness, while Missy is the opposite. She also suggests ways that her psychologist could make herself more attractive to her colleague. While monitoring the sessions, Mary learns that Missy feels a bit neglected, so she is given the choice of restaurant on the way home.