Young Sheldon Season 5 Episode 8 Releaser Date, Promo, Reap


Young Sheldon season 5 episode 8 Release Date

Young Sheldon Season 5 Episode 8 will be released on December 2, 2021. The news has been confirmed by the CBS network. The series will be available for viewing within 8-8:30 in the evening on the CBS network. This episode will feature Sheldon going into loggerheads with the President of the college.  The reason stated is the policy-making that he disagrees with. The character will be seen with some growth and development in this episode.

Young Sheldon Recap

Young Sheldon Season 5 Episode 8
Young Sheldon Season 5 Episode 8

The previous episode was released on 18 November 2021. We were introduced to a new professor at Sheldon’s college- Professor Boucher. The professor had previously been in the army so didn’t tolerate any indiscipline. He strictly introduced in the class that the classes will begin at 9 and no students will be allowed in the classroom even if a minute goes by. Sheldon immediately likes the Professor, the reason being his discipline and punctuality. So, he sets on a task to be in the good books of the professor. Firstly, he submits the assignment early. However, the Professor told him that the assignment was not up to the mark.

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This came as a shock to Sheldon. So, he worked on a second assignment and submitted it immediately. To his surprise, this too was rejected. He kept on submitting assignments and to his utter disappointment, every time it was rejected. In doing so,once he was late for the class. He was not allowed to enter the classroom premises Boucher. The President of the college and the Professor had a great time defeating Sheldon.

In the second story, we saw that Dale and Meemaw were helping out June with the injury that she endured. At one incident, however, Meemaw was annoyed with June. In this particular instance, June had asked Dale’s help for a shower. Eventually, Meemaw forgave June keeping aside her emotional aspects.


Here is a preview of the next episode that will be featured next week.

About Young Sheldon

Bazinga! The popular catchphrase that among various his antiques, had made Sheldon our favorite. The Big Bang Theory, the sitcom became hugely popular during the 90’s. Young Sheldon is a spinoff series of the above-mentioned sitcom. The first season of the series was released in September 2017. It became an instant hit with the audience due to the witty jokes and exceptional plotline. This series is a prequel to the original sitcom. It showcases the life of Sheldon from his early childhood in the sleepy town of Medford, Texas,  before he met his gang of four. As Sheldon has an extraordinary brain, he attended high school at the age of nine.

Each episode captures the struggles of the exceptional person as he goes through life without having people to understand him. He questions the Pastor in his Sunday Sermons, and teachers about difficult scientific problems. However, his family especially his mother saves the day. He feels out of place every day because his understanding of the world is different than the rest. Together with his family, he realizes living in harmony with other humans, whom he considered not up to his intellectual standards. He even learns to become friends with his neighbors whom he always considered bullies. One of the most interesting aspects of the series is the narration given by Jim Parsons himself. This adds a realistic and nostalgic tone to the show.

The exceptional actors of the show are Iain Armitage,  Zoe Perry, Lance Barber, Montana Jordan, Raegan Revord, and Annie Potts. These actors show an uncanny resemblance to the original characters introduced in the series. This resemblance has had us attached in the beginning itself. The series is written for television by original writers Chuck Lorre and Steve Molaro. The original network of the series is the CBS Network. Until now, fives seasons of the show have been released. Season 5 of the series was released recently on October 7, 2021.