Young Sheldon revolves around a child named Sheldon who is the brightest of his peers and family. His eidetic memory and arrogance interplay to create solutions and disputes in his relationships. This tv show is not specifically targeting any age but caters largely to young adults or teens. This show highlights the biasness of the education system, the complex dynamics of a family and the hurdles of a bright child through his life. The sitcom highlights different challenges of a family: shows how much effort mothers put in household work, how they place their families before themselves, how mothers are the fundamental structure without whom everything comes crashing down. This sitcom highlights issues that may seem small at hand such as the complexity of being a “Texan man”- the show elaborates how Sheldon has this built in patriotism inside him which leads him to defy from his normal theoretical responses to a completely different practical stance. This is the only show that captures the complexity of a sibling’s bond- it focuses on Missy (Sheldon’s twin) and George (elder brother) and how Sheldon’s interactions are different with either. Missy is shown as a very strong female character with set ideas and notions, who can see how Sheldon is always prioritised over her. We see this frustration constantly but we also see the parallel where she protects and guides Sheldon. The complexity of her character is what makes her so interesting, she has a very different bond with all her family relatives and it can be seen how her character interacts with them. She loves and adores her elder brother greatly, she is also the one who helps him process a great change in his life, while their family is criticising him. She takes a stand for her family always. She can also be seen as “daddy’s little princess” in the sense how her father always tries to make it up to her and have a good bond whereas her mother can be seen constantly asking her to be more like her. Her relationship with her Meemaw is the most adorable and highlights how children inspire to be like their grandparents and will eventually have role models with similar aspiring goals as themselves. Missy in my opinion is the perfect balance to Sheldon’s character and provides that buffer required to make this show successful.