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Big Bang Theory: Season 11
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(Sep 24, 2018)
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Drs. Leonard Hofstadter (Galecki) and Sheldon Cooper (Parsons) are brilliant physicists – geniuses in the laboratory, but socially challenged everywhere else. Enter beautiful, street-smart neighbour, Penny (Cuoco), who aims to teach them a thing or two about life. Despite their on-again, off-again relationship in the past, Leonard and Penny have finally gotten married. Even Sheldon has found a female companion – entering into a relationship agreement with neurobiologist Amy Farrah Fowler (Bialik) and he recently took their relationship to the next level by proposing marriage. In their free time, Leonard and Sheldon enjoy fantasy role-playing games with their ever-expanding universe of friends, including fellow scientists Rajesh Koothrappali (Nayyar), Howard Wolowitz (Helberg) and Howard’s adorable microbiologist wife, Bernadette (Rauch), who is now adjusting to life with their new baby girl, Halley.
Leonard and Sheldon are brilliant physicists – geniuses in the laboratory but socially challenged everywhere else. Insert beautiful, street-smart neighbor Penny, who endeavors to teach them a thing or two about the “real” world. Despite their on-again, off-again relationship history, Leonard and Penny have tied the knot. Even Sheldon has entered into a “Relationship Agreement” with neurobiologist Amy, and he recently took their relationship to the next level by proposing marriage. Will the possibility of domestic bliss alter the chemistry between these two extreme achievers? Will Leonard prove to be a brilliant writer? Will Raj’s search for new love rival his search for new stars in the cosmos? Will Howard and Bernadette’s growing family reach critical mass? Quantum comedy continues to converge in all 24 Season Eleven episodes of this laugh-out-loud megahit.
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This Is not a jumping on point. New viewers should start with season one.
All episodes run eighteen to twenty minutes [approx.].
Following on from the cliffhanging end to the previous season, major changes await Amy and Sheldon. Which is the main focus of the entire season.
Meantime, Howard and Bernadette have another baby on the way. Which they really didn't plan for.
Leonard and Penny just get on with life. And what the rest of it offers them.
And Raj is still single, despite his best efforts.
Will Sheldon and Amy's lives really change forever?
Hate to say it, but this season is a bit tired. You have a superb opening episode, which shows off the strengths of this and the last two years. Major emotional character development moments really work because they are great moments for characters we really care about. But then, after a solid second episode, come two that only raise smiles and chuckles rather than belly laughs. But do still have good character moments.
Then there's a run of five in a row with Sheldon being selfish and inconsiderate. Which, after all this time, finally gets rather annoying.
It does then manage to allow Raj a bit of development. And the second half of the season, where is usually can drift and not have much focus, really does get going. This half of the season is stronger than the first, and really does build up excellent momentum. Leading a superb season finale.
There's just the right amount of Stuart. Surprisingly little Bert. A good amount of Kripke and Wil Wheaton. And Leonard and Sheldon's mothers. Plus some good new appearances in the season finale and one character I never expected to see again. Some good big name guest stars also turn up. And it does write around Melissa Rauch's real life pregnancy well.
The length of the episodes is in general a little bit longer than the last two seasons, so that does allow them to have a bit more meat on them than we've had in the past few years.
Ultimately, a season that rallies and succeeds, but a show that, whilst still funny at it's best, has little life left in it now, so it's good that the twelfth year will be the last.
The dvd has the following language and subtitle options:
Languages: English, Castilian Spanish, French.
Subtitles: English, Castilian Spanish, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, Norwegian, Swedish.
Extras are all on disc two. And you don't get the usual comic con panel.
Gag reel: Seven mins of outtakes. People messing up dialogue and lines and prop mishaps. But this series has always managed the best gag reels ever, and these are all funny.
The Maturation Imperative. A very good ten minute long overview of the season.
A BBT history of time. A lovely and brilliant six minute long tribute to Stephen Hawking. Has to be watched, especially for a special scene that's in it.
The Big Bang Theory; The Blueprint of Comedy. A seven minute long overview of the penultimate episode and it's production. A good watch, but it doesn't stick in the mind for long.
We watch tv series while in bed and I couldn't sleep I was laughing so much, surprised I didn't wake my husband.
The dvd case holds 2 discs, I think one disc has 13 episodes and the other has 10 or 11. Which is great not having to get up and change discs as often.