2 Series, 10 Episodes
Sheldon invites the entire school to a party for the Nobel Prize announcements. Meemaw hears more about Dr Sturgis's past. Georgie's desire for cable TV leads to a stand-off between him and George Sr.
The Coopers help a broken-hearted Pastor Jeff through a rough patch in his marriage. Sheldon pressures church members for donations when Mary takes him to work for a day.
Georgie is thrilled when Veronica comes to stay at the Coopers' house for a few days. Meanwhile, Meemaw and Dr Sturgis celebrate their relationship's one-year anniversary.
Unhappy that school funds are going towards football rather than academic subjects, Sheldon decides to run for class president, but his family have doubts about his chances of success in the election
Sheldon moves in with Dr Sturgis for a night to see what it would be like to leave home and go to college. During his absence, a lonely Mary tries to bond with other members of the family.
Inspired by his hero Albert Einstein, Sheldon tries his hand at playing the violin. Mary and Meemaw secretly buy a pregnancy test when Mary thinks she may be expecting a baby.
When the taste of his favourite sandwich loaf changes, Sheldon boycotts a bread company and ends up on the local news. Georgie offers Veronica a shoulder to cry on when she's dumped by her boyfriend.
Sheldon and Dr Sturgis fall out for the first time when Dr Sturgis marks a question as wrong on Sheldon's test paper. Mary takes over Pastor Jeff's duties when he's off sick.
Sheldon uses his new friendship with school bully Tommy Clarkson to boss Georgie around. Missy steals Meemaw's make-up to wear when her photograph is taken on school picture day.
Sheldon tries to build a nuclear reactor to power the neighbourhood. Georgie is heartbroken when he learns that Veronica has a boyfriend. Dr Linkletter, a colleague of Dr Sturgis, flirts with Meemaw.
When Sheldon becomes ill and goes to hospital, he turns into the world's worst patient. His behaviour takes a toll on everyone, and Missy gets a taste of what life would be like without her twin.
Missy unknowingly becomes Sheldon's test subject when he agrees to help her with her maths homework. Georgie joins Mary's bible study group in order to spend more time with his crush, Veronica.
Worried that his studious nature may stunt his childhood and make him a socially awkward adult, Sheldon tries to act more like a kid, indulging in practical jokes. Meemaw teaches Dr Sturgis to drive.
Sheldon must study the dynamics of his family for his school psychology project. Thanksgiving dinner turns into a huge argument after George Sr is offered a new job in Oklahoma.
When Meemaw gives Sheldon his first video game, it soon takes over their lives. Meanwhile, George Sr becomes jealous when Georgie bonds with Herschel from the car workshop.
Sheldon gets into trouble with fellow child genius Paige at the Science Museum, while George Sr is forced to play therapist to Paige's bickering parents. Meemaw holds a jumble sale in her garage.
Mary clashes with Sheldon's drama teacher Mr Lundy over plans for a Halloween haunted house fundraiser for the church. Georgie falls for a rebellious teenage girl that Sheldon is tutoring.
Dr Sturgis suggests that Sheldon and Missy should take part in a university research study on twins, but Mary is unhappy when the test results go to Sheldon's head
When George Sr asks Sheldon to keep a secret from Mary, the stress of not being honest drives Sheldon to hide out at Tam's house and experience his first sleepover
When Mary's usually robust religious faith is shaken by an unexpected tragedy in the community, Sheldon becomes an unlikely ally
When Sheldon's mentor Dr John Sturgis bonds with Paige, another ten-year-old genius, his jealousy leads Meemaw to intervene. Meanwhile, Mary invites Paige and her family over for a play date.
Sheldon dismantles the refrigerator to stop it making an annoying, high-pitched humming noise, but he is then forced to get a paper round in order to pay for the repairs to the damaged appliance