The Big Bang Theory - Season 7 
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All 24 episodes from the seventh season of the US sitcom. The series revolves around two university physicists, Leonard (Johnny Galecki) and Sheldon (Jim Parsons), their beautiful, free-spirited neighbour, Penny (Kaley Cuoco), and their friends, Howard (Simon Helberg) and Rajesh (Kunal Nayyar). In this season, Leonard and Penny make a big decision about their relationship, Sheldon takes a new direction in life and Raj finally finds some romance. The episodes are: 'The Hofstadter Insufficiency', 'The Deception Verification', 'The Scavenger Vortex', 'The Raiders Minimization', 'The Workplace Proximity', 'The Romance Resonance', 'The Proton Displacement', 'The Itchy Brain Simulation', 'The Thanksgiving Decoupling', 'The Discovery Dissipation', 'The Cooper Extraction', 'The Hesitation Ramification', 'The Occupation Recalibration', 'The Convention Conundrum', 'The Locomotive Manipulation', 'The Table Polarization', 'The Friendship Turbulence', 'The Mummy Observation', 'The Indecision Amalgamation', 'The Relationship Diremption', 'The Anything Can Happen Recurrence', 'The Proton Transmogrification', 'The Gorilla Dissolution' and 'The Status Quo Combustion'.
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If you're reading this, you almost certainly know what the programme is about.
If you don't, then this season is not a good jumping on point. Start with season one.
Regular viewers, read on.
As usual, all episodes run seventeen to twenty minutes. And once again see all the main characters juggling life and work issues with nerdy pursuits. Steadily developing relationships. And Raj desperately trying to get into one. People grow and change. Whether they like it or not.
If you're a viewer who wants the show to remain the way it was in years one to three, and for the characters to never change, then you still might not be entirely happy with this season. Which would be a pity. Because this is a very consistent season throughout, and probably the strongest since year three.
It manages to get all the seven main characters into every single episode. Those who want more science and nerdy stuff rather than relationships will find plenty of the former. But it balances all that with the latter.
It has some good guest stars. Who are used very well. A couple of character who haven't been seen in a short while. It uses Stuart and Mrs. Wolowitz sparingly, but they do work better that way. And all in all it's about a group of characters who we have come to like getting on with their lives. Which are always changing.
Whether they - and you - like it nor not.
That's the whole point of the season. So If you can go with that and embrace it, then you'll have fun. There aren't any weak episodes - although the fifth one does end a bit abruptly - and there aren't any particularly stand out ones, but there's not one I would rate lower than 8/10. And there's a fair few 9/10 shows. So this is a very consistent batch.
The dvds have the following language and subtitle options:
Languages: English, Castilian Spanish, French.
Subtitles: English, Castilian Spanish, Danish, Dutch, French, Finnish, French, Norwegian, Swedish.
There are two to three extras on each disc:
2013 comic con panel. Runs for twenty five minutes. The writers discussing the season [before it aired] and taking questions.
Johnny Galecki crashes the BBT writers panel. Four minutes about a key moment in the above.
String theory serenade. Seven minutes on how a song in one episode was produced. By two familiar faces.
James Earl Jones: the un-conventional guest star. Seven minutes on his guest appearance. With some interesting trivia.
The Big Bang Theory's May the 4th: Fourteen minutes on the Star Wars day episode. Mostly about the visual effects in it.
The big Cendrowksi: Fourteen minutes showing a day in the life of the show's director.
BBTea time: Four minutes about a tea party scene in one episode.
Gag reel: Eight minutes of outtakes.
All are fun. Entertaining - especially the gag reel, as these can often look forced, but this cast do make just forgetting lines funny - also very informative. So all are worth a watch.
I rarely buy TV series on DVD, but The Big Bang Theory is one that I buy without hesitation and gets plenty of play. The beauty is that episodes are typically 20 minutes long so I can watch as much as I want (or get the chance to) at any time. I know that every time I play this, I will get a good laugh no matter which episode(s) I watch.
If you have never seen The Big Bang theory before, I highly recommend!
Some of it was hilariously funny, some of it was ordinary, all of it was watchable, and I'll be back for more.