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It's 1989 and 9-year-old Sheldon Cooper has skipped four grades to start high school along with his less-intellectual older brother. As he struggles to be understood by his family, classmates and neighbors, his mother arms him with the best tool she can come up with: reminding bullies his dad is the football coach and his brother is on the team. His twin sister doesn't share his exceptional mind, but she has a much clearer vision of what life has in store for the young genius. Jim Parsons, who plays the adult version of Sheldon on "The Big Bang Theory," narrates.

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George Sr. and Georgie go camping with Meemaw's new boyfriend, but things get complicated when her ex-boyfriend tags along; Sheldon and Missy invent a game.
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George Sr. and Meemaw struggle to manage the Cooper household; Mary plans Pastor Jeff's wedding.
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Mary gets Pastor Jeff involved when Sheldon isn't invited to Billy's birthday party; George Sr. has male bonding time with Dr. Sturgis.
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The University makes George Sr. a lucrative job offer in hopes of recruiting Sheldon; Georgie gets a job working for Meemaw's new boyfriend; Mary is determined to rid her home of greed.

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