Young Sheldon: Season 2 TV review - Aussieboyreviews
IS YOUNG SHELDON: SEASON 2 AS QUIRKY AND BRILLIANT AS THE FIRST SEASON?
This season is less quirky, funny and entertaining, but it’s still amusing and bright. The second season of Young Sheldon focuses more on religion, romance and other random things, still in a comedic fashion.
The childhood life of child genius Sheldon Cooper as he copes with his quirky family, school and other everyday problems.
Creator: Chuck Lorre, Steven Molaro
Cast: Iain Armitage, Zoe Perry, Lance Barber, Raegan Revord, Montana Jordan, Annie Potts, Wallace Shawn, Matt Hobby, Jim Parsons
Release Date (Australia): 24 September 2018
Episodes: A High-Pitched Buzz and Training Wheels / A Rival Prodigy and Sir Isaac Neutron / A Crisis of Faith and Octopus Aliens / A Financial Secret and Fish Sauce / A Research Study and Czechoslovakian Wedding Pastries / Seven Deadly Sins and a Small Carl Sagan / Carbon Dating and a Stuffed Raccoon / An 8-Bit Princess and a Flat Tire Genius / Family Dynamics and a Red Fiero / A Stunted Childhood and a Can of Fancy Mixed Nuts / A Race of Superhumans and a Letter to Alf / A Tummy Ache and a Whale of a Metaphor / A Nuclear Reactor and a Boy Called Lovey / David, Goliath, and a Yoo-Hoo from the Back / A Math Emergency and Perky Palms / A Loaf of Bread and a Grand Old Flag / Albert Einstein and the Story of Another Mary / A Perfect Score and a Bunsen Burner Marshmallow / A Political Campaign and a Candy Land Cheater / A Proposal and a Popsicle Stick Cross / A Broken Heart and a Crock Monster / A Swedish Science Thing and the Equation for Toast
Language: English, Spanish
CONTENT GUIDE (warning: May contain spoilers)
Thematic elements include crude humour, bullying and grief over miscarriage.
The series includes simulated footage in which a man stabs another man and a blood spray is depicted.
The series includes uses of the words “crap”, “ass”, “hell”, “damn” and “bitches”.
The series includes verbal references to drugs.
The series includes sexual innuendo and crude verbal references to sex that are mild in impact.
Aussie boy's thoughts
Although the second season is less quirky, less humorous and it focuses heavily on religion and dating rather than random issues, it’s still an amusing depiction of Sheldon Cooper’s childhood. Iain Armitage is a brilliant yet awkward Sheldon, but the rest of the quirky characters from the first season are just not as funny or well-designed. Season 2 also has a big focus on faith in the episodes, rather than having one episode about faith and the rest about other quirky subjects. Other than that, this show is still delightful for fans.
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