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The Big Bang Theory - Season 6 2013

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Watch the complete 6th series featuring a loveable group of friends who attempt to make it in the world's of science and love and often get it wrong with hilarious results.

Starring:
Jim Parsons, Simon Helberg
Rental Formats:
DVD, Blu-ray

Product Details

Discs
  • Big Bang Theory - Season 6, The - Disc 1 ages_12_and_over
  • Big Bang Theory - Season 6, The - Disc 2 ages_12_and_over
  • Big Bang Theory - Season 6, The - Disc 3 ages_12_and_over
Runtime 7 hours 57 minutes
Starring Jim Parsons, Simon Helberg, Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco
Director Mark Cendrowski
Genres Comedy
Studio WARNER HOME VIDEO
Rental release 2 September 2013
Main languages English
Dubbing Spanish, French
Subtitles Dutch, Spanish, French
Hearing impaired subtitles English
Discs
  • Feature ages_12_and_over
Runtime 7 hours 57 minutes
Starring Jim Parsons, Simon Helberg, Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco
Director Mark Cendrowski
Genres Comedy
Studio WARNER HOME VIDEO
Rental release 2 September 2013
Main languages English
Dubbing Spanish, Portuguese
Subtitles Spanish, Portuguese, French
Hearing impaired subtitles English

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

Format: DVD
The Big Bang Theory continues into its sixth season and for the most part, its a positive one. Howard and Bernadette being married adds a new flavor, there are less awkward Amy/Penny ideas thrown in (Series 5 painting for example) and the whole Penny/Leonard will they?/won't they? has settled down so other elements of the series can be focused upon. It's still funny, there's some great episodes and ideas thrown in, Episode 8: The 43 peculiarity has more of an old-style Big Bang feel with the five core members going it alone and it benefits.

Several new dynamics also help the series avoid a pattern of diminishing returns. Howard in space provides some of the funniest scenes in the season for a start. Among the best additions to the series come in two new characters, Sheldon's assistant Alex who has won some of the fanbase over as a better match with Leonard than Penny - but that's later. The other who comes in at the latter end of the season is Raj's girlfriend Lucy. Lucy is one of the most interesting characters shown so far, socially awkward, timid but well-meaning and the two have quite poignant scenes together as they both have social anxiety issues. Combine that with some very creative episodes such as The Bakersfield Expedition where the guys are stranded on the way to Comic Con, The Closet Reconfiguration which hits a new level of depth concerning a letter from Howard's anonymous father. and others.

But Series 6 also has its problems. The dynamic between Penny and Leonard is not only tired and getting increasingly dull, but the relationship is one more spurned by jealously (Penny considers breaking up with him and then competition arrives in the form of Alex and she's interested).
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By Paul Tapner TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 31 Jan. 2014
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A box set containing all twenty four episodes of Sit-com the Big Bang Theory. With all twenty four eighteen to twenty minute long episodes spread over three discs.

The amount of back story and character development the show has built up by now doesn't make this an entirely ideal jumping on point. But if you're reading this then you've doubtless followed the show all the way so far, so that won't be a problem.

This year sees Howard and Bernadette getting used to married life, which starts with the former in Space. Leonard and Penny's resurgent relationship face a few potential bumps along the way. Amy and Sheldon continue their somewhat unique dynamic. With the former never giving up on the chance of it getting more intimate.

Meanwhile Raj is just looking for love. And possibly finding it.

This season does a stronger job than the last two of getting all the increased cast involved. Amy is only missing from two episodes and Bernadette from one. Although said larger cast size does mean many episodes can involve splitting them up into separate storylines, and only every so often will you get one with all the main characters together and just one main plot.

Those who still hold out for the pre Amy and Bernadette days will probably like episode eight, in which neither feature.

But all in all, it's a very solid season and a slight step up from the fifth one as they get more used to the newer dynamics. As the characters get older they are now more focused on relationships than their hobbies of old - although the latter do still get a look in - so many storylines can be focused around such things. But they all work well.

Attempts to make Stuart more of a regular don't quite work out as he does initially get more to do.
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This series is so unique and the premise that really smart people can do really stupid and funny things make great viewing. In this season Howard is still in space and approaches meltdown as the other astronauts pick on him. After his return he struggles to adapt to a 'normal' life. Sheldon has to nurse Amy when she gets the flu.Look out for the episode when the boys dress up as characters from Star Trek the Next Generation, other highlights include Sheldon landing a sexual harassment complaint,Dungeons and Dragons with Wolowitz's impersonations of Christopher Walken, Sheldon playing a game with Stephen Hawking, Wil Wheaton appearing on fun with flags and insulting Amy. Highly recommended comedy viewing.
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I love having The Big Bang Theory DVDs as this means I can watch it when I want and watch whatever episode(s) at any time. Perfect if you just need a quick laugh as the episodes are about 20 minutes long but pack a lot of things into one episode.

Things that are specific to Series 6 include Howard's adventures in space, Leonard and Penny's relationship goes through the usual ups-and-downs whilst even Sheldon and Amy's relationship progresses (which is nice and weird at the same time), Sheldon gets a new (female) assistant Alex and Raj meets a girl who has social anxiety issues. I like the fact that whilst the characters have clearly evolved during the six series, they do still stay somewhat true to what they started as - Sheldon especially still has the ability to make me laugh over some of his mannerisms. But there's plenty of laughs in each episode (24 in total). As per the other series, this has three discs in one box and there's some decent extras for those who watch the extras.

All in all, a good buy for anyone who loves this show, especially if you already have the other five series.
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