Ian Armitage (born July of - the kid really IS only nine years old!) is spot on as young Sheldon. I'm impressed at his ability to channel the obsessive and. Young Sheldon: Das neunjährige Genie Sheldon Cooper (Iain Armitage) wächst in Ost-Texas bei einer sehr wertekonservativen Familie auf. Seine Mutter Mary. For 9-year-old Sheldon Cooper, being a once-in-a-generation mind capable of advanced mathematics and science isn't always helpful in East Texas where.
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Sheldon Cooper, a 9-year-old genius, begins his first day of high school in the ninth grade with his older brother, George "Georgie" Cooper Jr.
Having shown more skills than a typical child his age, he skipped several grades. On his first day, he questions his teachers and informs students of their rule-breaking.
He tries to find his place in the new school and Georgie must deal with having a much younger sibling in his class. Michael Zinberg. Sheldon learns that his mother is worried about his not having any friends.
He therefore gets a copy of How to Win Friends and Influence People from the school library and tries its methods on various students and teachers without success.
His sister Missy recommends that he try to make friends with other people who checked out the book, since they too are looking to make friends.
That also fails. He eventually meets a Vietnamese American boy named Tam who sees him with the book and they share how difficult it has been for them to make friends.
As they start speaking, they realize that they also share an interest in rocketry. Sheldon's mother is so happy that she insists Sheldon invite Tam over for dinner and lifts the ban on Sheldon's model rocketry hobby.
The dinner turns awkward when Sheldon's parents exhibit cultural insensitivity as Tam tells them the story of his life.
After dinner, the boys' launch attempt goes out of control just as FBI agents arrive to ask Sheldon why he was trying to buy uranium.
Sheldon debates the relationship between religion and science with Pastor Jeff, while Billy Sparks brings some eggs for Missy.
George suffers a mild heart attack, so Mary takes him to the hospital after calling her mother, Connie to watch the children. While she is sleeping, Georgie "borrows" her car and takes the other children to see their father.
In the hospital chapel, Sheldon prays to Blaise Pascal for his father's recovery. When he does recover, Sheldon briefly doubts his atheism, but immediately gets over it after his family eats Billy's eggs and suffers from food poisoning.
When Sheldon gets into another debate with Pastor Jeff, George pretends to have heart trouble in order to get his family out of the church service.
Sheldon chokes on a sausage and becomes fearful of solid foods. His parents take him to a psychiatrist, Dr.
Goetsch, who talks to his parents first, telling Sheldon he can read any of the comic books that are in the waiting room.
Although Sheldon had previously not been interested in comic books, he starts reading X-Men , which inspires him. He then leaves Dr.
Goetsch's office and wanders away to a comic book store to read the next volume of X-Men. He runs into Tam, who is eating licorice at the store.
Due to his fear of solid foods, Sheldon initially refuses the licorice that Tam offers him, but eventually gives in and eats one, resolving his eating disorder.
Meanwhile, Connie babysits Georgie and Missy and comforts them on their feelings of being invisible because of Sheldon's quirks taking most of their parents' attention.
Sheldon uses sports analytics to help his school's football team, coached by his father, win games, but immediately becomes too popular for his taste as a result.
Georgie struggles with his father neglecting him in favor of spending time with Sheldon, while Missy and Tam revel in Sheldon's new popularity.
Meanwhile, Connie also asks for his advice regarding her sports bets. He tells on his family to Mary, which prompts her to reprimand them on their actions.
George begins ignoring Sheldon again for being a " snitch " and reconciles with Georgie. He tries to do the calculations himself, but he needs a computer to do so.
When he realizes the family cannot afford one, he becomes frustrated, which causes him a stress ulcer. Sheldon takes the opportunity to use his doctor's computer and internet access to complete his calculations and send his results to NASA.
When no reply comes, Sheldon gets depressed, prompting George to impulsively drive the family to the Johnson Space Center and demand that Hodges listen to Sheldon's idea.
Hodges admits it is theoretically valid, but that NASA lacks the technical capability to implement it at that time.
Sheldon concludes that he is ahead of his time. On the way home, he thanks his father for standing up for him.
Mark Cendrowski. Connie's disdain for George emerges when she refuses to give him her brisket recipe. George later complains that Mary always takes her mother's side.
To get back at George for secretly searching her home for it, Connie gives him a fake recipe which requires him to go to great lengths to get the ingredients.
After George spends 14 hours cooking in vain, he attempts to ban her from the household. When Georgie and Missy fear their parents might divorce over this, Sheldon suddenly recalls a memory of Connie telling him her recipe when he was 23 months old, so he threatens to reveal it unless the two of them make up.
While he initially shows his interest in the recipe, George states that he is more bothered by the fact that she never thought he was good enough for her daughter.
He acknowledges that he was a disappointment when they first met, but he believes he has grown since then.
Connie seemingly accepts him as a worthy son-in-law, only for George to get the recipe from Sheldon as soon as she leaves.
George takes the boys to Florida to see a Space Shuttle launch as a way to cater to Sheldon's interests for a change, but it gets rained out.
To cheer him up, George plays dumb and asks Sheldon how lightning and thunder work, leading the latter to appreciate the former more.
Meanwhile, Mary, Missy, and Connie go to a beauty salon. Mary and Connie get into a heated argument after the latter comments on the former for being "no fun" for forbidding Missy to dye her hair, but both later make amends with one another.
Sheldon tutors Georgie for their math test, only to discover that the latter cheated to pass. Since Star Trek character Captain Kirk also got away with cheating on the Kobayashi Maru test, Sheldon decides to adapt the "playing fast-and-loose with the rules" lifestyle he believes both Georgie and Kirk embrace by forging Mary's signature on a note excusing him from P.
He eventually gets caught after Coach Wilkins shows George the note, prompting Mary to tell off Sheldon and force him to make amends by returning the books and going back to P.
Sheldon's principal asks Mary and George to consider sending Sheldon to a school for the gifted in Dallas. Sheldon and his teachers are delighted by the idea, but his family except for Georgie quickly begins to miss him.
Sheldon enjoys the intellectual stimulation, but dislikes the folk rock -singing family that he lives with.
When George impulsively drives to Dallas to bring him home, Sheldon is happy to go back home. She tries to get Tam's and Billy's parents' help to try to put an end to the game, but they see it as harmless.
Sheldon, however, takes it a step further and starts researching all the major religions , quizzing Tam on what being a Catholic involves and Ira Rosenbloom on being Jewish.
He is ultimately unsatisfied with all the major religions. He then decides to start his own religion which he calls "Mathology" and in which the only sin is being stupid.
Sheldon asks Mary to buy him a Tandy SL computer. George insists that they cannot afford it, but Mary reveals that she has been secretly saving money.
They get into a heated argument about the secret fund, which prompts Mary to take Sheldon and Missy to live with Connie for a while.
She buys Sheldon the computer to make a point to George and, while Sheldon is initially overjoyed, he finds that its ELIZA psychotherapy program's advice on how to fix his parents' marriage proves to be useless.
Connie eavesdrops on Sheldon and forces Mary to feel out George to get her out of her house. Meanwhile, Georgie advises George to apologize to Mary, which the latter eventually does.
In the ensuing days, the family finds various uses for the computer. Sheldon's mysophobia surfaces when influenza hits his school.
He is successively sentenced to detention and suspension for leaving his class and the school after his teacher got a cold, escaping from other people who had the flu, and escaping from detention after the other teacher had a tickle in his throat.
He then uses his suspension time in an attempt to convert the garage into a closed ecological system instead of doing extra chores for the entire week of suspension.
While George, Missy, and Connie are mostly amused by his behavior, Mary is the only member of the family to be really worried about it.
Meanwhile, Georgie takes advantage of Sheldon's situation to gain sympathetic hugs from girls at school.
With numerous attempts to get him out of the garage proving to be futile, Connie finally coaxes Sheldon out by appealing to his pride as a Texan.
Nevertheless, he gets sick, but feels better when his mother sings " Soft Kitty " to him. Mary gets a job as church secretary, but Pastor Jeff quickly begins asking her for advice since his beautiful new wife does not speak English and is spending all his money.
When Connie peeks in on the twins, they think she is a burglar and spray her with a fire extinguisher. When Sheldon gets a splinter in his finger, Missy searches all over the house for tweezers with which to extract it.
She eventually finds them in an Operation game and successfully removes the splinter. Sheldon and Tam befriend Libby, an 11th-grade girl with an interest in geology.
However, Sheldon is devastated to learn that Libby thinks of him as a child during her talk with Mary. While Sheldon resolves never to make any more friends, Mary assures him that he will be surrounded by a lot of them who are also smart.
Tam and Libby end up going to Houston without Sheldon to see the film, where Tam's advances are rejected by Libby. Sheldon and Tam later revert to a two-man social group, where Sheldon reconsiders geology as "not a science" to the point where he considers it as more of a hobby.
At the school science fair , Sheldon is devastated when his asteroid impact avoidance project loses to another student's Van de Graaf generator and vows to quit science.
After a therapy session with Dr. Goetsch, Sheldon decides to become an actor. In acting class, he impresses the drama teacher, Mr.
Lundy, and gets the lead role in Annie. His parents worry about him playing a female role, but Sheldon dismisses their concerns until he experiences stage fright on opening night and refuses to perform, leaving Mr.
Lundy to take over his role. Sheldon is being bullied by Bobbi Sparks, a six-year-old neighbor girl. His parents have different ideas about how to handle the situation, neither of which is effective.
In the end, George and Bobbi's dad hang out and plan to tell their wives the made-up story of them being involved in a deadly fight. Sheldon even tries paying Missy to warn Bobbi off using his life savings, but that plan eventually fails.
After Mary confiscates Sheldon's comic books due to the rather explicit content in an issue of Watchmen , Sheldon demands to be treated like an adult.
He fails his every attempt at adulthood until a tornado warning reminds him of his family values. Alex Reid. Connie drives Sheldon to a nearby college so that he can audit a weekly class on quantum chromodynamics.
The professor, Dr. John Sturgis, asks Connie out on a date. She has a nice time, but finds that he is like an older version of Sheldon. The following week, she has to leave the class because her presence is too distracting for Sturgis.
Meanwhile, Missy gets Georgie to help her with her homework. Stimulated by Sheldon's example, they actually make some progress.
Sheldon's cynophobia surfaces when the Sparks family begins taking care of a relative's dog, which shows a strange attraction to Sheldon. The families are unable to agree about how to control the dog until Pastor Jeff mediates.
Sheldon tries to overcome his fear by dressing in protective clothing and petting the dog, but this backfires when the dog licks him, apparently stimulated by the smell of his Brylcreem.
Connie tries to get Sheldon accustomed to animals by buying him a fish, but the fish bites both him and George. Sheldon invites John to dinner without telling anyone.
The next evening, John comes to Connie's house to cook her some Sichuan cuisine , after which she invites him to stay for the night.
Sheldon monitors the events through his binoculars. George takes Missy, who is dressed as a princess, to dinner at Red Lobster. That leaves Mary and Georgie to have dinner together, where he quizzes her about the chronology of his conception.
Connie tries to date John and Ira simultaneously, but then decides to dump Ira, who tries to win her back by giving her furniture.
John goes to confront Ira and they reach an understanding. Connie is furious that John did that without her permission and that Sheldon is meddling in their relationship.
It then occurs to Sheldon that he can draw up a relationship agreement which covers the three of them.
He also mentions that he eventually draws up a contract for his own children. 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. 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.
Jonathan Judge. 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. Because her secret was exposed, Connie gets back at George and tells Mary how George once relieved himself in the church's vegetable garden.
John suggests that Sheldon and Missy begin participating in a weekly twin study. 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.
Pastor Jeff wants to put on a Halloween Hell House to warn children and teenagers of the consequences of sin and puts Mary in charge.
She enlists the help of Mr. Lundy, who then takes over the whole production. He dresses as Satan and sets up a different room in a vacant house for each of the seven deadly sins.
The last room is heaven, featuring Mary dressed as an angel, but the only person who wants to be saved from sin is Georgie's date, Veronica.
Meanwhile, Sheldon dresses as Carl Sagan for trick-or-treating, but only one person recognizes his costume. George takes Sheldon to a lecture on carbon dating , which is also being attended by Paige.
While waiting in a restaurant, he is separately approached by Paige's parents, whose marriage is precarious because of the demands of raising Paige.
The children become bored by the lecture and wander into a closed area of the museum. Meanwhile, Connie is holding a garage sale, and becomes upset by the sight of John wearing her dead husband's jacket.
Connie and Sheldon become addicted to video games. She even pulls him out of school so he can play with her, since she had promised not to play without him.
Meanwhile, Georgie takes a part-time job at Herschel Sparks' garage, where he displays a definite talent for tire repair.
Sheldon takes a psychology class as his elective, and is told to observe family dynamics over the Thanksgiving weekend. He sees his parents argue over whether or not George should accept a higher-paying job coaching at the University of Tulsa , since his family does not want to leave Medford.
George rejects the offer and Sheldon becomes unexpectedly emotional while reading his report to his class. Missy and Paige have a sleepover, during which Paige warns Sheldon that his excessively mature personality might cause him to be a social misfit and weirdo as an adult.
In response, he tries to play practical jokes on various people. After finally succeeding with Missy, he becomes satisfied with his social progress.
Meanwhile, John asks Connie to teach him how to drive a car. He fails to become proficient, but they then state their love for each other.
Sheldon tries to teach math to Missy using Socratic questioning and operant conditioning , causing her to punch him when he threatens to damage her Cabbage Patch doll unless she learns calculus.
Georgie joins Mary's bible study group so that he can be close to Veronica. They get baptised together, but she punches him when he kisses her.
Mary gets upset and grounds both her sons. Sheldon has to go to a hospital for several days to get his gall bladder removed. He is a difficult patient until he gets a roommate with a hole in his heart.
All of his family except for Georgie misses him. Georgie is humiliated at school when he tries to win back Veronica, Mary insists that George tell her who his first crush was, Connie has to break up a shoving match between John and another scientist who was getting too friendly towards her, and Sheldon acquires a box of defective smoke detectors so that he can take out the Americium and build a nuclear power plant for the neighborhood.
Government agents in hazmat suits then arrive.