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On 7/23/2018 at 3:07 PM, Swedish Chef said:

My guess is that we will soon see "high school Amy"

God, I hope not. "YS" is bad enough!

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8 hours ago, chucky said:
On 7/23/2018 at 9:07 PM, Swedish Chef said:

My guess is that we will soon see "high school Amy"

God, I hope not. "YS" is bad enough!

Do you really think YS is bad ? I not only think it's good but I like it.

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4 hours ago, joyceraye said:

Do you really think YS is bad ? I not only think it's good but I like it.

Never watched an episode. I have enough Sheldon Cooper in TBBT, don't need or want anymore.

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6 hours ago, joyceraye said:

Do you really think YS is bad ? I not only think it's good but I like it.

I think it's VERY bad although I concede the casting is pretty good. But I don't think there is any chance at all of high school Amy.

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11 minutes ago, joyceraye said:

No high school Amy, I'm sure.

What's bad about YS ? Mistakes in the scenarios ? Inaccurate scripting ? Anachronisms ? Poor acting ? Unlikely characters ?

Too much Sheldon is forcing brain damage, at least on me. LOL

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4 hours ago, djsurrey said:

More like The Wonder Years I think. But then toss in a little Wallace Shawn.

With Wallace Shawn (Princess Bride) and Annie Potts (Ghost Busters) I think they are on to something  Perhaps it should have been named My Meemaw.

 

You mean Annie Potts from Corvette Summer, starring Mark Hamill.

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20 hours ago, Nogravitasatall said:

You mean Annie Potts from Corvette Summer, starring Mark Hamill.

Never saw it.

They were both still nobodies at the time from my point of view. I did not even become a star wars fan until I saw ESB. When I first saw SW I was disappointed.

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Here's an old interview from CBS Watch's channel that I just stumbled upon. I really hope that we get some holiday episodes in season 2, i.e., Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas!

 

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13 minutes ago, Kev0821 said:

Here's an old interview from CBS Watch's channel that I just stumbled upon. I really hope that we get some holiday episodes in season 2, i.e., Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas!

 

Would Mary allow Hallowe'en  ? In those days churches in England were trying very hard to discourage it. She was very anti the devils in Sheldon's comic books.

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9 minutes ago, joyceraye said:

Would Mary allow Hallowe'en  ? In those days churches in England were trying very hard to discourage it. She was very anti the devils in Sheldon's comic books.

Even if she was anti-Halloween, I could see a potential story about Sheldon and Missy trying to sneak off to go trick-or-treating or something along those lines. Plus, Sheldon would be interested in all the costume possibilities. He even went as Stephen Hawking one year.

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27 minutes ago, Kev0821 said:

Even if she was anti-Halloween, I could see a potential story about Sheldon and Missy trying to sneak off to go trick-or-treating or something along those lines. Plus, Sheldon would be interested in all the costume possibilities. He even went as Stephen Hawking one year.

Of course ! I was forgetting about the fancy dress aspect in the USA, not necessarily related to the occult. It took me a few American sitcoms for that to sink in. Since cable TV, trick or treat has tended to replace penny- for-the-guy here. The police  in England are trying to stamp it out. I haven't been bothered for a few years now. I've heard it's a Scottish tradition.

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3 hours ago, Kev0821 said:

Even if she was anti-Halloween, I could see a potential story about Sheldon and Missy trying to sneak off to go trick-or-treating or something along those lines. Plus, Sheldon would be interested in all the costume possibilities. He even went as Stephen Hawking one year.

There was also the story about him wanting to go as Madam Currie and his brother throwing away the costume so he had to go as a ghost.

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47 minutes ago, bfm said:

There was also the story about him wanting to go as Madam Currie and his brother throwing away the costume so he had to go as a ghost.

Exactly! Bring on the holiday episodes!

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From The Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood's Top 30 Stars Under Age 18

(a list - not a ranking)

Iain Armitage

AGE 10

KNOWN FOR Young Sheldon

"I love when people recognize me," says the Virginia boy who beat out hundreds for the part of a pint-size Jim Parsons in CBS' Big Bang Theory prequel, TV's top-rated new comedy. The son of actor Euan Morton and theater producer Lee Armitage will reprise his role as Shailene Woodley's son in the second season of HBO's Big Little Lies.

BEST PART OF BEING AN ACTOR "Getting to do something that makes people happy." 

I WAS MOST STARSTRUCK BY … "Probably Mr. Lin Manuel Miranda. I've seen Hamilton six times. My dad is in the show." 

I'M DYING TO WORK WITH … "If they were alive, David Bowie and Freddy Mercury. Those were the people I would be dying to work with most, no pun intended!" 

WHEN I GROW UP, I WANT TO … "Probably do geology, gemology or be a magician. There is this magic trick called the fire wallet. It's a wallet and basically when you open it, it sets on fire but it's totally safe. I want that but you have to be 21 to get it."

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Wow, so he’ll be doing two shows next season at that age?

I don’t watch Big Little Lies. Is it the same sort of commitment like a show every week?

Anyway I can’t wait for YS to return this fall. The subtle humour of the show is hillarious and Missy has become my favourite child (not that I had any before!). All of her comments are just great 👍🏻😊

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Two shows would be a big commitment for an adult. How a school-age child, with all the education to fit in while adults are putting their feet up, copes I can't imagine. At that age they do tire. Iain Armitage must be good at conserving his energy.

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Maybe he won't be working too much for Big Little Lies. 

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5 hours ago, joyceraye said:

Two shows would be a big commitment for an adult. How a school-age child, with all the education to fit in while adults are putting their feet up, copes I can't imagine. At that age they do tire. Iain Armitage must be good at conserving his energy.

 

3 hours ago, bfm said:

Maybe he won't be working too much for Big Little Lies. 

Based on this post from June 28, Iain is done filming his role in Big Little Lies.

 

Also, author Bruce Coville recently dropped by the set of Young Sheldon:

 

Here is some additional BTS stuff:

 

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Iain's dad is currently appearing as King George in Hamilton on Broadway.

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