America’s favorite geeky geniuses are back in The Big Bang Theory: The Complete Sixth Season. More hilarity ensues this season for these socially backward geniuses as they tackle the challenges of friendships and relationships that no scientific equation can explain. While Howard is on the International Space Station, he cannot escape the terrestrial turmoil of the two women in his life: his mother and new wife Bernadette. Sheldon hires a young female assistant which makes Amy feel threatened. He also learns about socially acceptable behavior when he faces sexual harassment charges and nearly blows his chances competing for tenure at work. Meanwhile, Leonard and Penny make strides to define their on-again, off-again relationship as Leonard learns jealousy is bad and science can even be good for seduction. With everyone paired up, Raj is left all alone until he meets someone special, ultra-shy Lucy -- now if only she would stop fleeing mid-date. Just as when Sheldon and Amy’s relationship also seems to have stalled, a surprising game of Dungeons & Dragons has amazing effects that fulfills Amy’s intimacy needs.
The Big Bang Theory was created by Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady and the cast includes Emmy and Golden Globe nominee Johnny Galecki, Emmy and Golden Globe winner Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco, Simon Helberg, Kunal Nayyar, Emmy nominee Mayim Bialik and Melissa Rauch.
Special features include deleted scenes, a gag reel, highlights from the 2013 Paley Festival The Big Bang Theory panel and several featurettes. In “The Big Bang Theory: The Final Comedy Frontier,” we go behind the scenes with the cast and real life astronauts Mike Massimino and Buzz Aldrin as they discuss Howard Wolowitz's mission to the International Space Station. In “Houston, We Have A Sit-Com,” we join the cast as they surprise Astronaut Joe Acaba with a live SKYPE as he circles the earth in the International Space Station. In “Electromagnetism,” we revisit the best relationship moments in Season 6. In “Leonard & Penny,” actors Johnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco discuss the ongoing drama between Leonard and Penny. In “Sheldon & Amy,” actors Jim Parsons and Mayim Bialik discuss the dramatic evolution of the Sheldon/Amy relationship during Season 6. In “Howard & Bernadette,” actors Simon Helberg and Melissa Rauch discuss the impact of Howard's mission to space, being married, and living together. Finally, in “Raj,” actor Kunal Nayyar explores the various attempts by Raj to form relationships this past season, whether a replacement friend for Howard, or his new-found relationship with the ultra-shy Lucy.
The Big Bang Theory: Season 7 premieres on CBS on Thursday, September 26, 2013 at 8/7c.
- “The Date Night Variable” - With everyone paired up, Raj is left alone and imposes himself on others. Howard cannot escape the two women in his life, even while on the space station.
- “The Decoupling Fluctuation” - Penny confides to Amy and Bernadette that she is unsure about staying with Leonard, and when Sheldon inevitably learns about it, he takes matters into his own hands. Howard gets pranked as the new guy in space.
- “The Higgs Boson Observation” - Sheldon hires a young woman to be his assistant, which initially makes Amy jealous, then later Penny finds cause for concern. On the space station, Howard starts to freak out when he learns his return to Earth will be delayed.
- “The Re-Entry Minimization” - Howard is home, but on his first night back Bernadette gets sick so he decides to visit his friends. His reception is not what he expected. Game Night with Sheldon, Leonard, Penny and Amy takes a competitive turn when the girls take on the guys.
- “The Holographic Excitation” - Raj and Stuart throw a Halloween bash at the comic book store. Howard is upset when everyone tires of his stories about life on the space station. Leonard shows Penny his laboratory and is surprised by her reaction.
- “The Extract Obliteration” - Penny reveals that she is taking a class at the local community college, but insists it is no big deal. Sheldon plays an Internet game with his idol, Stephen Hawking, then frets when Hawking stops playing.
- “The Habitation Configuration” - Bernadette puts her foot down about Howard moving out of his mom's house. Sheldon is perplexed with the enmity between Amy and his friend Wil Wheaton and has no clue how to fix it.
- “The 43 Peculiarity” - Howard is curious why Sheldon disappears every day at 2:45 and asks Raj to help him discover the secret. Penny's new school partner causes Leonard to be jealous.
- “The Parking Spot Escalation” - The University decides to reassign Sheldon's unused parking space to the newly popular Howard, a move that Sheldon feels is a slap in the face to his importance. This starts a feud between the two friends that spills over to their ladies, and Penny pays the price.
- “The Fish Guts Displacement” - When Amy gets sick, Sheldon is required to take care of her and she milks it for all it's worth. Bernadette arranges for Howard and her father to bond via a fishing trip.
- “The Santa Simulation” - Leonard leads the boys on a Christmasy version of Dungeons and Dragons, while Raj joins the girls on their night out and they try to find him a girl.
- “The Egg Salad Equivalency” - Sheldon manages to put his foot in his mouth and ends up being accused of sexual harassment. In typical fashion, he throws his friends under the bus too.
- “The Bakersfield Expedition” - The guys head out to a comic book convention and get stranded in full costume. The girls decide to try to understand their men and end up in a heated debate over a comic book character.
- “The Cooper/Kripke Inversion” - After being forced to team up with Barry Kripe by management, Sheldon is dismayed when he discovers his work is not up to par with Kripke's. Howard and Raj spare no expense to get action figures that look like themselves.
- “The Spoiler Alert Segmentation” - Leonard finally has enough of Sheldon and moves out, to Penny's distress. Amy takes advantage of Sheldon's need for a new roommate, to Sheldon's distress. While Howard is away, Raj agrees to look in on Mrs. Wolowitz, to his distress!
- “The Tangible Affection Proof” - The three couples celebrate Valentine's day in their own way, with little success while Raj and Stuart throw a party for their unattached friends.
- “The Monster Isolation” - When Raz gets dumped again, he decides to never leave his apartment or have anything to do with girls again. Penny uses her acting skills to help Sheldon with his Fun With Flags videos.
- “The Contractual Obligation Implementation” - While Leonard, Sheldon, and Howard try to motivate middle school girls to pursue a career in science, the ladies play hooky and go to Disneyland. Raj has a first date with Lucy.
- “The Closet Reconfiguration” - Howard and Bernadette trick Sheldon into organizing their closet where he finds an unopened letter from Howard's father. Howard then struggles whether or not to read it.
- “The Tenure Turbulence” - A tenured position becomes available at the University and Leonard, Sheldon and Raj all decide to apply, each with their own unique style of currying favor.
- “The Closure Alternative” - Raj's curiosity about his new love interest leads him to discover something to make him change the impression he makes on people. Meanwhile Penny worries that she lacks passion about anything and Amy tries to cure Sheldon of his completion compulsion.
- “The Proton Resurgence” - Sheldon learns that his childhood television idol, Professor Proton, is still alive and hiring himself out for parties, so of course Sheldon hires him to perform. Raj is away for the weekend so he asks Howard and Bernadette to look after his dog, with the expected result.
- “The Love Spell Potential” - The girls join the boys in a game of Dungeons & Dragons after their trip to Las Vegas falls through. Raj and Lucy continue their dating adventures and Raj pushes Lucy to confront one of her greatest fears.
- “The Bon Voyage Reaction” - Leonard gets an opportunity to work with Dr. Stephen Hawking, but the downside is it will mean being away for up to four months. Both Penny and Sheldon are affected tremendously and both try to come to terms with their feelings while still supporting Leonard. Raj risks everything with Lucy when he pushes her too hard and too fast.
- Johnny Galecki as Dr. Leonard Hofstadter
- Jim Parsons as Dr. Sheldon Cooper
- Kaley Cuoco as Penny
- Simon Helberg as Howard Wolowitz
- Kunal Nayyar as Dr. Rajesh "Raj" Koothrappali
- Melissa Rauch as Dr. Bernadette Rostenkowski Wolowitz
- Mayim Bialik as Dr. Amy Farrah Fowler
- Kevin Sussman as Stuart Bloom
- John Ross Bowie as Barry Kripke
- Kate Micucci as Lucy
- The Big Bang Theory: The Final Comedy Frontier - Go behind the scenes with the cast and real life astronauts Mike Massimino and Buzz Aldrin as they discuss Howard Wolowitz's mission to the International Space Station.
- Houston, We Have A Sit-Com - Join the cast as they surprise Astronaut Joe Acaba with a live SKYPE as he circles the earth in the International Space Station.
- Electromagnetism - The Best Relationship Moments in Season 6
- Leonard & Penny - Actors Johnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco discuss the ongoing drama between fan-favorites Leonard and Penny.
- Sheldon & Amy - Actors Jim Parsons and Mayim Bialik discuss the dramatic evolution of the Sheldon/Amy relationship during Season 6.
- Howard & Bernadette - Actors Simon Helberg and Melissa Rauch discuss the impact of Howard's mission to space, being married, and living together.
- Raj - Actor Kunal Nayyar explores the various attempts by Raj to form relationships this past season, whether a replacement friend for Howard, or his newfound relationship with the ultra-shy Lucy.
- Gag Reel
- Deleted Scenes
- The Big Bang Theory at Paley Fest 2013: Highlights from the Paley Fest 2013 The Big Bang Theory panel including the cast and executive producers.
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