Big Bang Theory - Season 2 Complete 
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All 23 episodes from the second season of the US comedy series revolving around two university physicists, Leonard (Johnny Galecki) and Sheldon (Jim Parsons) and their beautiful, free-spirited neighbour Penny (Kaley Cuoco). Episodes are: 'The Bad Fish Paradigm', 'The Codpiece Topology', 'The Barbarian Sublimation', 'The Griffin Equivalency', 'The Euclid Alternative', 'The Cooper-Nowitzki Theorem', 'The Panty Pinata Polarization', 'The Lizard-Spock Expansion', 'The White Asparagus Triangulation', 'The Vartabedian Conundrum', 'The Bath Item Gift Hypothesis', 'The Killer Robot Instability', 'The Friendship Algorithm', 'The Financial Permeability', 'The Maternal Capacitance', 'The Cushion Saturation', 'The Terminator Decoupling', 'The Work Song Nanocluster', 'The Dead Hooker Juxtaposition', 'The Hofstadter Isotope', 'The Vegas Renormalization', 'The Classified Materials Turbulence' and 'The Monopolar Expedition'.
Johnny Galecki (ROSEANNE) and Jim Parsons (JUDGING AMY) star as two geeky scientists who are accustomed to probing the secrets of the universe, but totally inept when it comes to the greatest mystery of all: women. Their lives are turned upside down with the arrival of Penny (Kaley Cuoco), a beautiful blonde who moves in next door and gets their Bunsen burners all fired up. Plenty of high jinks ensue as the two clueless roommates receive a crash course in the ways of the opposite sex.
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Each runs for eighteen minutes in total.
As a jumping on point this would work fine for new viewers but you would probably be better off starting with The Big Bang Theory - Season 1 [DVD].
The show did hit the ground running in it's first year and get off to a great start then. But now in it's second one it manages to keep up the great writing, and do a lot more with the characters now that they are established and familiar.
New semi regular characters are introduced. Interesting guest stars pop up. And as Penny becomes less of an outsider and more firmly part of the group, you won't mind that doesn't develop her and Leonard's relationship as fast it could.
As with the first season the length of the episodes means each is very pacy and not a line of dialogue is wasted. Which allows for great repeat watch value as you can discover moments and lines you've forgotten from first time around.
The set has the following language and subtitle options:
Languages: English, Castilian Spanish, French.
Subtitles: English, Castilian Spanish, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, Norwegian, Swedish.
Disc four has the following extras:
Gag reel: nine minutes worth of outtakes. As ever these are people forgetting their lines or getting them wrong or having multiple goes at one in particular. But some of the ones here are pretty funny.
A nine minute long documentary about the show's physics consultant.
And a fifteen minute long one about the second season as a whole.
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It is one of the very few series ever which are not afraid to use real and complicated scientific theories and jargon as part of the comedy, and the genius of the writing is that, in my experience, the viewers knowledge or lack of knowledge of science doesn't prevent them from enjoying the show. It's probably unfair to single out cast members from what is really a truly ensemble comedy but I have to say that Jim Parsons as Sheldon has created a comedy character that compares with anything previously done on TV. A word too about Kaley Cuoco who is far from just being 'eye candy' but adds immensely to the comedy whilst effortlessly continuing to be simply stunning!
I have seen a good number of the third series episodes currently in the middle of being screened and the good news is that the standard shows no signs of falling.If you haven't tried TBBT please do so, you will love it whether science is your thing or not. But if you are a science fiction lover/technology nerd then you will think you have found TV heaven!
In addition ( and something that I haven't seen mentioned anywhere ) is the amazing visual experience in this series - the settings, costumes and Penny's hair styles are just gorgeous. Whoever is responsible for all this lush colour is a genius! I watch again ( and again ) just to see the scarlet pan placed next to the blue-green wall, or the painting in the background as Sheldon and Leonard walk towards us, or the orange shade glowing against deep blue.
But of course the main enjoyment is in the relationship of the cranky Sheldon with his long-suffering friends.
There's just so much to relish. Don't miss it.
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