Young Sheldon (2017– )
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Demons, Sunday School, and Prime Numbers 

Sheldon is sent to Sunday school when Mary catches him playing Dungeons and Dragons with his friends.

Director:

Howard Deutch (as Howie Deutch)

Writers:

Chuck Lorre (created by), Steven Molaro (created by) | 8 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Iain Armitage ... Sheldon
Zoe Perry ... Mary Cooper
Lance Barber ... George Sr.
Montana Jordan ... Georgie
Raegan Revord ... Missy
Annie Potts ... Meemaw
Jim Parsons ... Sheldon (voice)
Billy Gardell ... Herschel Sparks
Sarah Baker ... Ms. Hutchins
Ryan Phuong ... Tam
Matt Hobby ... Pastor Jeff
Paul Yen ... Le Nguyen
VyVy Nguyen ... Trang Nguyen
Richard Kind ... Ira Rosenbloom
Wyatt McClure ... Billy Sparks
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Sheldon is sent to Sunday school when Mary catches him playing Dungeons and Dragons with his friends.

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Comedy

Certificate:

TV-PG | See all certifications »
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Language:

English

Release Date:

11 January 2018 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Quotes

[Mary is looking through one of Sheldon's "Dungeons & Dragons" books]
Mary: I'm worried. There are incantations in the book to summon actual demons!
George Sr.: [Turning to his mother-in-law, Meemaw] Is that how we wound up with you?
Meemaw: That's a good one. I'm gonna give you that.
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References Star Trek (1966) See more »

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Bullseye episode - Sheldon's charm abounds
15 January 2018 | by lindsaygraySee all my reviews

I gave this episode 10 out of ten because the writing takes the show to a whole new level. Sheldon's exploration of religion makes for very funny gag lines - gentle but still sharp little jabs at faith in general, and some pointed digs at Texas! Though the tone is never offensive, due to Sheldon's charm and innocence, and young actor Iain Armitage's great delivery. The scene with Meemaw's Jewish friend has some especially funny lines. And a great bit when Sheldon announces he's just finished reading the entire Bible: "Ask me which birds are kosher?" Very funny stuff in this one. Superior to previous episodes, imo, although I've enjoyed them all.


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