Young Sheldon, “The Pros and Bazingas of Hitchhiking”

When word gets out that Carl Sagan is giving a free lecture in Houston, Young Sheldon begs his parents to take him. When his drunken father George Sr. tells him that he can’t afford the gas, Young Sheldon weighs the pros and cons of hitchhiking. After Carl Sagan speaks to him in a dream, Young … Continue reading Young Sheldon, “The Pros and Bazingas of Hitchhiking”

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Young Sheldon, “All Along the Bazinga Tower”

Young Sheldon tries to become one of the rebellious cool kids in an attempt to get in close with Becky Liebowicz. The ragtag pack of hooligans agree to allow Young Sheldon into their group only if he climbs the water tower and sprays some graffiti. When Young Sheldon gets up there, his pack of would-be-friends … Continue reading Young Sheldon, “All Along the Bazinga Tower”

Young Sheldon, “A Case of the Bazingas”

It’s the day of the big science fair, and Young Sheldon is all prepared to win the day. There’s just one thing—Young Sheldon woke up with a horrible illness. Forced to get some bed rest by his mother, Young Sheldon schemes to sneak out of bed and make it to the science fair…just as soon … Continue reading Young Sheldon, “A Case of the Bazingas”

Young Sheldon, “Bazing-obble gobble!”

When Young Sheldon dresses as a pilgrim on the last day of school before Thanksgiving break, some bullies shove him into a locker and flush his hat down a toilet. At dinner the following night, Young Sheldon gets to break the wishbone with his father. When he gets the bigger piece, the little genius wishes … Continue reading Young Sheldon, “Bazing-obble gobble!”

Young Sheldon, “Superstition, Bazinga, and Jealousy”

The Young Sheldon develops a crush on Becky Liebowicz from Poetry class. When he asks her out to the Homecoming dance by reciting a poem about cats, she informs him that she already has a date. After some advice from his alcoholic father, Young Sheldon enacts Plan B—take another girl to the dance to make … Continue reading Young Sheldon, “Superstition, Bazinga, and Jealousy”

Young Sheldon, “Thou Shalt Not Bazinga”

Young Sheldon tries to impress a group of teenagers from school by stealing a Betamax tape from the corner video store. While his classmates are thrilled, Young Sheldon is filled with immense guilt. When he tells his father, his dad gives him a stern lecture about the time he stole a man’s blood in Vietnam.

Young Sheldon, “Trick-or-Bazinga”

Young Sheldon is bullied at school when he tells his classmates that his Halloween plans include Trick-or-Treating. As his mother shows him the finished costume she made him, he yells at her that he’s too old to dress up. Young Sheldon questions his decision when Elvira talks to him in a day dream. Young Sheldon’s … Continue reading Young Sheldon, “Trick-or-Bazinga”

Young Sheldon, “Friday Night Bazingas”

It’s time for the first big pep rally at school, and Young Sheldon doesn’t see what the big fuss is all about. That is until he sees the mascot—Kipper the Wonder Herring—run out onto the basketball court. When Kipper breaks his leg during a stunt involving jumping off a trampoline through a hula hoop and … Continue reading Young Sheldon, “Friday Night Bazingas”

Young Sheldon, “The Birds and the Bazingas”

As health class begins its unit in sexual education, Young Sheldon discovers that there is a lot he doesn’t know about his body. An older classmate shows him some Playboy magazines, then shoves them in Young Sheldon’s briefcase when the Vice Principal walks by. Young Sheldon must now find a way to conceal and dispose … Continue reading Young Sheldon, “The Birds and the Bazingas”

Young Sheldon, “Bazinga Begins”

Held captive by a shapeless being of pure energy, Sheldon is forced to watch and narrate his childhood. The story starts with the Young Sheldon and his family moving to a new town in Texas to escape his father’s rather unsavory past. Upon arriving at his new school, Young Sheldon’s genius prompts his principal to … Continue reading Young Sheldon, “Bazinga Begins”