Previously on Young Sheldon...
- I'm Paige. - This is a very advanced class.
Do you know how to differentiate under the integral sign?
Do you know anything?
I know you're in my spot.
These are parents we can actually relate to.
- Sounds good. - Oh, thank you, Lord,
-好主意 -感谢主 让我们能认识
for connecting us with the parents of another special child.
You kids are special, too.
I used to work at the practice with Barry, but I had to quit
once Paige's schedule started to get busy.
Well, a unique child can require a lot of attention.
Try all the attention.
Barry, it sounds like you might be feeling left out.
Don't you get him another beer.
Oh, come on. You love this, and you know it.
They're as messed-up as we are.
From a young age, I was the proud member
of several elite organizations:
The Radio Shack Battery Club,
entitling the bearer to the incredible bargain
睿侠电池俱乐部会员卡谢尔顿·库珀5501 格兰特大街梅德福 德州
of one free battery per month.
It's no wonder they went out of business.
Starfleet International, entitling the bearer
to say things like, "I'm a member of Starfleet International."
And best of all, the Natural Science Museum of Texas,
which included a free subscription to their magazine.
"The secrets of carbon isotope dating."
Mom, can you make the salad?
Hey, don't put in any of those little tomatoes.
Hey, I don't tell you how to impersonate a lump of clay.
You don't tell me how to make a salad.
There's going to be a lecture on carbon dating
at the Natural Science Museum on Saturday.
Who would like to take me?
You know what? I'd be happy to.
What happened to helping me at my yard sale?
Ooh, is that this Saturday?
I'm taking him to a lecture on, uh...
what is it? Carbonation?
Carbon dating. A method of determining
the age of artifacts and fossils.
Hey, we could use that to figure out how old your grandma is.
You can't carbon-date something that's alive.
Well, then, we'll just chop her down and count the rings.
Oh, George, did my "lump of clay" remark strike a nerve?
♪ Nobody else is stronger than I am ♪
♪ 世上没人比我强壮 ♪
♪ Yesterday I moved a mountain ♪
♪ 昨天我移了一座山 ♪
♪ I bet I could be your hero ♪
♪ 我相信我能当你的英雄 ♪
♪ I am a mighty little man ♪
♪ 我是个了不起的小家伙 ♪
♪ I am a mighty little man ♪
♪ 我是个了不起的小家伙 ♪
Dad, do you believe that fossils are millions of years old?
Well, Mom believes the world was only created 6,000 years ago.
Are these differences a sticking point in your marriage?
- Why? - Simple.
We never talk about it.
So you just avoid discussing topics you don't agree on?
Hearing that further convinces me I'll never get married.
Why not? You just said it twice.
All right, as soon as I get these tables set up on the lawn,
y'all can start bringing that stuff out.
You think you're gonna get ten bucks for this piece of junk?
Hey, that piece of junk is a wedding gift
from my cheap-ass Cousin Betty.
And I was gonna leave a little room to haggle.
Negotiating. You start high,
they offer less, then you meet somewhere in the middle.
Leaves them feeling like, you know, they got a deal.
- Did they? - Not if you did it right.
How much are we getting paid today?
You're not getting paid squat. You're helping out your meemaw.
That doesn't seem fair.
Yeah, we should get something.
How much you want?
- Five dollars. - Each.
That's pretty steep.
How about I give you a buck apiece?
Let's meet in the middle... Three dollars each.
Now we're haggling.
Let me ask you a question.
If you break something today,
are you prepared to cover the cost of that?
- No. - Nuh-uh. Mm.
Well, we're gonna have to factor that in.
And did you bring your own lunch?
You said we were getting pizza.
Well, I did, but pizza ain't free.
And I'm teaching you about negotiating,
which is a pretty valuable life lesson, right?
- Yeah. - I guess so.
So, if my math is right,
you owe me... two dollars each.
The numbers don't lie.
All right, listen.
I love ya, and you're family,
so if you do it for nothing, we'll call it even.
Take it, take it, take it.
You got yourself a deal.
Y'all drive a hard bargain.
Now start bringing that crap outside.
I bet he dresses down
to about 6,000, 7,000 pounds of USDA prime.
You would eat him?
Wow. You're really cleaning house.
Got to get rid of the old gar-bage,
make room for the new gar-bage.
You're not getting rid of this, are you?
Didn't need it when he shot it,
didn't need it when he stuffed it,
- don't need it now. - Really?
It was his first attempt at taxidermy.
If it has sentimental value to you,
I'll let you have it for five dollars.
Ooh. For this nasty thing?
Oh, you're selling his golf clubs, too?
Which one of your children do you see
hanging out with Arnold Palmer in the future?
Dad's clothes, his shoes, his pipes?
爸爸的衣服 鞋子 烟斗都卖吗
Honey, it's just stuff.
I know, but still...
I get how you're feeling.
I got a lot of crap to sell.
All right, now, don't wander off.
到了 你听我说 不许乱跑
Pick you up right after the lecture's over.
You gonna be okay by yourself?
I actually prefer it.
Yep. I'm leaving.
You keep saying that, but then you don't do it.
I'm so happy to see you.
Are you happy to see me?
I'm happy enough for both of us.
What a nice surprise.
I just dropped Paige off at the carbon-dating lecture.
And I dropped Sheldon.
Well, how about that?
Mind if I join you?
So, uh, where's your... your hubby?
- Oh, Barry? - Barry. Yeah.
-巴里吗 -对 巴里
That doesn't sound good.
Oh, sorry. Just ignore me.
Oh, hey, you want a wing?
Yeah, no, thank you.
You mind if I watch the game?
Oh, no, not at all. Enjoy.
不 完全不介意 你请看
I'll just see what kind of pie they have.
Well, we were here last year when Arkansas...
It's getting a little tougher to ignore you.
Oh. I'm sorry. It's just...
Fine, I'll tell you. Barry and I haven't been in a good place
好啦 我告诉你 巴里跟我感情状况
in a long time, and I...
I think we're headed for divorce.
I don't know what to say.
You don't have to say anything.
They have cobbler.
All right, everybody, welcome.
Glad to see we got so many people interested
in radioactive decay.
This is a nice surprise.
I don't usually see young people at my lectures.
I enjoyed your paper on accelerator mass spectrometry,
and wanted to find out more.
I read this magazine.
It has puzzles, too.
Do you want to kick this off
and tell us exactly what carbon dating is?
The 5,730-year half-life of carbon 14
is used as a geochronometer.
Anything else you'd like to add?
carbon dating is how we figured out how old my grandmother is.
It was at this moment I learned
I was not only brilliant; I was also hilarious.
I mean, you, of all people, would understand.
You've got a special child of your own.
How do you and Mary handle the stress?
Well, we actually have a pretty good system.
Oh, please tell me.
We don't talk about it.
Boy, that doesn't sound like it could work.
Suit yourself, but I'm having a nice day;
you're crying into your peach cobbler.
For now, let's neglect changes in the isotopic ratio
of the air over thousands of years.
This is pretty basic stuff.
Let's get out of here.
I can't. I told my dad
I'd stay here until the end of the lecture.
Okay. Be a baby.
In our case, the math yields
approximately 48,000 years.
I was most certainly not a baby.
If anyone was a baby, it was she,
because people who call other people babies
are the real babies.
- How much? - Five dollars.
I only have 50 cents.
That's okay. We're haggling.
I don't know what that means.
You make me an offer, and we meet in the middle.
I'm not really sure.
Considering buying this jacket.
I found chewing tobacco and Juicy Fruit in the pocket.
Does that come with it, or is it extra?
Actually, that's not for sale.
Why don't you look for something else.
You sure? There's a price tag on it.
Is this some kind of bargaining technique?
Because I should warn you.
I've been to the bazaars in Istanbul,
where the negotiations are fast, furious and bilingual.
Just take it off, damn it.
What just happened?
That's my dad's jacket.
Still don't know what happened.
Do you think humans will become extinct like the dinosaurs?
Yes, but before that happens, some of us will merge
可能 但当那一刻到来 我们其中一部分人
with computers and become immortal cyborgs.
That's a fascinating idea.
Did you get that from a TV show?
And then when Paige turned six, it was obvious
she wasn't like the other kids,
and she needed a school where she could excel.
- Uh-huh. - But Barry's dental practice
was 50 miles outside of Fayetteville,
and do you know what's available for extraordinary children
50 miles outside of Fayetteville?
- I'm gonna guess not much. - Nothing.
So I packed us up, and I made him move to Texas where,
believe it or not, people do get cavities.
I believe it. I had a humdinger last summer.
Face swelled up like a cantaloupe.
And do you know he's been cool to me ever since,
even though his practice is making money
- hand over fist. - Yeah, yeah.
And as much as he says I ignore him,
he ignores me just as much.
I mean, would it kill him to get a babysitter every once in a while
and take me to dinner, maybe a movie?
Oh, darn. You didn't see me.
Barry. Yeah, of course, I remember.
What are you doing here?
Sheldon wanted to go to a science lecture.
We just dropped Paige off there.
Caveman stuff. I love that.
Where are you going? It's closed.
I can read... baby.
Just so you know, that won't work every time.
You haven't, uh, seen Linda around, have you?
Your wife, Linda.
Hey, you like football?
Well, you sure? It's a close game.
Uh, no, no, I'm, uh, more of a tennis man.
Well, those are two very different sports, aren't they?
George... can I confide in you?
This is oddly reminiscent of a dinner with my family.
My family never eats dinner together.
My dad always manages to come home from work after we're done.
Hmm. My dad never misses a meal.
Do you think Stone Age parents stayed together forever?
They had to. There were no lawyers.
Right, we've established I'm funny.
Well, I think my parents are getting a divorce.
They fight all the time.
- About what? - Mostly me.
Hmm. That's too bad.
I guess I'm lucky.
I'm the glue that holds our family together.
What are you kids doing in there?
Okay, ten cents a week for a whole year.
行吧 一周1毛钱 付你一整年
I get the raccoon, and to tell people you're my girlfriend.
15 cents a week, and if you say hello to me in school,
I'll say hello back.
Connie, I need to apologize.
Oh, that's okay. Don't worry about it.
No, I am worrying about it.
I didn't realize that with you and I being in a relationship,
me wearing your dead husband's clothes
would be emotionally challenging for you.
All right, apology accepted.
I guess I just didn't expect that getting rid of my...
my husband's stuff was gonna hit me so hard.
He must have been a wonderful man.
Well, he had his moments.
He was married to a wonderful woman, so that says a lot.
You're pretty wonderful yourself.
Now, let's talk about this hula girl lamp.
What's your best price?
It's my gift to you.
Real sorry about this.
What were you thinking?
'Cause you're a baby.
They just wandered off.
Hey, Linda, nice to see you.
George, Sheldon's dad.
Oh, sure, yes. Hi.
Well, good to see you folks.
Did you know that her parents are getting a divorce?
Just keep walking. Keep walking.
What... what is that for?
Well, can't I appreciate my wife?
What did you do now?
I didn't do anything.
Want to hear something cool?
Sheldon skipped out of that lecture
with that little Paige girl, snuck into a closed exhibit.
- You're kidding. - True.
Even got, uh, "arrested" by the museum security cops.
Why would you think that's cool?
Sheldon got into trouble with a girl!
I'm bursting with pride.
You know what? I don't want to talk about it.
There, right there.
That's why I love you.
You gonna eat your beans?
Yeah, I'm gonna eat my beans. Duh.
What about your tots?
- Those, too. - Georgie!
Just eat your own dinner.
- Dad? - Can't have my tots, either!