The protagonist of Young Sheldon has moments of unbelievable empathy and dreadful self-esteem although his bothersome propensities always return and there are times when it is simple to make reasons for the awful behavior of the character.
In Young Sheldon’s episode, David, Goliath and a Yo-hoo from behind, it’s one of those moments where Sheldon knows what he’s doing and enjoys it. And for someone who is so enthusiastic about guidelines, enjoying him abuse his power is both annoying and unjust.
His mother’s favoritism
Sheldon (Iain Armitage) tends to get what he wants. Whether she annoys individuals into doing it, blames them, or blackmails them, she generally gets her method on Young Sheldon.
Mary, in particular, is really prejudiced towards him, both in Young Sheldon and The Big Bang Theory. Her blatant favoritism is especially apparent when she looks at the characters Missy and Georgie, who are constantly underrated and even overlooked.
During Young Sheldon’s season 4 episode, Bible Camp and a Love Car, he is required to participate in Bible Camp. There, he satisfies Paige and the two become competitive over biblical trivia.
Despite her shared dislike for religion in Young Sheldon, Sheldon tries various methods to upset Paige, eventually being successful when she tells him that she need to blame herself for her moms and dads’ divorce. Paige then strikes him and provides him a black eye.