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The Big Bang Theory - Season 1-6 [DVD] 
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Leonard and Sheldon are brilliant physicists, the kind of "beautiful minds" that understand how the universe works. But none of that genius helps them interact with people, especially women. All this begins to change when a free-spirited beauty named Penny moves in next door. Sheldon, Leonard's roommate, is quite content spending his nights playing Klingon Boggle with their socially dysfunctional friends, fellow Caltech scientists Wolowitz and Koothrappali. However, Leonard sees in Penny a whole new universe of possibilities ... including love.
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ITs got everything - except action scenes and blood and gore.
There's a love story. There a re parables, morals, pathos you name it.
It shows us that you can be clever in one area and lost in another. it shows bonds between ordinary people. It shines a light on all thes things but never says this is the answer. It says this is the way things are and you are lef mulling how you would handle them.
The characters easily identifiable. I guess there's a favourite for almost everyone.
There are explorations of emotions from unedurably crushing hurt and pain to inconceivable boundless joy and rapture.
I'll finish watching these thru and then pack them away knowing that it wont be long before I re visit this underrated overlookd masterpiece.
It’s very funny and the scripts are very clever. I am not particularly interested in comic books and sci-fi, but I am interested in particle physics and general science. I like the fact that the science is accurate and current. It’s amazing that a comedy can give insights into physics and other science subjects that prompts afterwards looking things up on the internet. The show also portrays psychology and emotions which I find enlightening.
Sheldon is the main star, but all the cast are very good actors. I think that Leonard, Howard and Amy give particularly convincing performances. And Penny is gorgeous and funny!
Sheldon’s eccentricity and his genius level of intelligence are impressive to watch as well as very funny. His performance, each episode, of his huge part of the script is amazing. The whole show is dialogue dense and written with precision. There are some cringe-worthy moments. but not many. The scripts pull in a very broad range of topics and an equally broad range of vocabulary, with correct grammar (otherwise Sheldon gets upset).
I imagine that the “quality” of the English makes it a good show for anyone learning the language. Regarding the DVD’s, I use the show to try to learn Spanish and French. I watch each show twice with English audio. Once with Spanish subtitles and then again with French subtitles (both are available on all series except series 1). The broad English vocabulary and big range of topics is excellent for learning new foreign words. It’s also great that the elaborate sentence structures of the English audio are faithfully retained in all the subtitles (including the English subtitles).
Fantastic funny show, great comedy characters and excellent high quality box set! Great value for money!
This 19 Disc DVD boxed set has all 135 episodes from the first 6 seasons, so it really worth getting.
Inside this set are two thick DVD cases.Read more ›
Unfortunately, Leonard is a brain, and his attempts to socialise with Penny, a struggling actress who works in the Cheesecake Factory, fail miserably for the most part, as he struggles to make clear his feelings for her all the while knowing he is well out of her league. Even when Penny finds herself attracted to nerdy Leonard, she struggles to accept the differences between their lives and their intellects, especially when he even inadvertently has a habit of making her feel inferior or stupid, leading to a lot of drama and 'will-they-won't-they' ups and downs which everyone seems to keep coming back for.
The show also features a great cast of other characters including Howard, the out-of-touch 'lost in the sixties' Beatles-wannabe who is slightly sexist and mollycoddled by an overbearing mother, and Raj, an indian immigrant who is a brilliant scientist, but suffers from a crippling inability to speak to women at all (unless he is drunk).
There is a lot of scientific tomfoolery and referencing going on in this show, but you don't need to be brainy or understand the jokes to really be able to laugh for the most part.Read more ›