The Big Bang Theory: The Complete Third Season


The Big Bang Theory: The Complete Third Season

The Big Bang Theory: The Complete Third Season

Cast: Johnny Galeck, Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco, Simon Helberg, Kunal Nayyar.
Genre: Comedy
Rated: PG
Running Time: 456 minutes

Worlds collide in Season 3! A love affair with Penny has opened a big, wide, wonderful world of romance for Leonard. But Sheldon likes the world just the way it was, thank you. All of which makes for a zany comic triangle with brainy, clueless Sheldon and practical, grounded Penny hilariously vying for the role of hypotenuse.

This complete 3-Disc, 23-Episode Season 3 Set also features Raj, Howard, tattoos, football, awkward dates, jail time, Stan Lee, a The Lord of the Rings ring and all the fun of a series that only gets better. The Big Bang Theory "has transformed from a cute comedy about eggheads and their hottie neighbour into an addictive ensemble piece that could be this decade's answer to Friends" (Lynette Rice, Entertainment Weekly).

Special Features:
Takeout with the Cast of The Big Bang Theory: Join the Big Bang Bunch for Chinese Food and Discussion of Favourite Season 3 Moments
Set Tour with Simon and Kunal
Gag Reel

The Big Bang Theory Season 3
RRP: $39.95




Episodes

1. The Electric Can Opener Fluctuation: A grand deception in the Arctic puts Sheldon's friendship with Leonard, Howard and Raj in the deep freeze.

2. The Jiminy Conjecture: Friends and lovers. Leonard's hook-up with Penny wasn't quite the night of passion he expected. Can this relationship be saved?

3. The Gothowitz Deviation: "Just remember we are Lost Boys." Howard and Raj don tattoo sleeves to score hot sex with chicks at a Goth bar.

4. The Pirate Solution: Facing deportation unless he finds a new job, Raj goes to work for Sheldon. Suddenly, deportation starts looking good.

5. The Creepy Candy Coating Corollary: Adversaries: Sheldon and Wil Wheaton at a Mystic Warlords of Ka'a tourney, Howard and Penny's friend on a date.

6. The Cornhusker Vortex: Hoping to fit in with Penny's football-fan crowd, Leonard seeks an education in the sport from an unlikely tutor: Sheldon.

7. The Guitarist Amplification: "The disruption in your relationship is making my life intolerable." Leonard and Penny fight, but it's Sheldon who suffers.

8. The Adhesive Duck Deficiency: Clothes encounter of the nerd kind: First-time-driver Sheldon dresses a naked, injured Penny for a slow-mo ride to the hospital.

9. The Vengeance Formulation: Sheldon's interview on NPR goes terribly, terribly wrong and Howard shares a bubble bath with Katee Sackhoff.

10. The Gorilla Experiment: If someone can teach sign language to Koko the gorilla, Sheldon is sure he can teach Penny rudimentary physics.

11. The Maternal Congruence: I saw Mummy kissing...who ? Christmas time brings Leonard's mother and a number of surprises, including that smooch.

12. The Psychic Vortex: To help him pick up women at a university mixer, Raj needs a lady-killing wingman. Say, Sheldon, are you free tonight?

13. The Bozeman Reaction: "I've seen the underbelly of Pasadena." A break-in drives an unnerved Sheldon to a drastic decision.

14. The Einstein Approximation: If Einstein discovered the theory of relativity at a patent office, what wonders will Sheldon achieve waiting tables at the Cheesecake Factory?

15. The Large Hadron Collision: Valentine's Day, a supercollider and a trip to Switzerland test the Leonard-Penny romance and the Leonard-Sheldon friendship.

16. The Excelsior Acquisition: Comic legend Stan Lee signs autographs for everyone...except Sheldon, who's doing hard time in the Pasadena jail.

17. The Precious Fragmentation: "Give us the precious!" A prop ring from The Lord of the Rings film trilogy unleashes Sheldon's inner Gollum.

18. The Pants Alternative: Penny has the remedy when Sheldon is paralyzed by stage fright before an awards ceremony. But there's an unfortunate side effect.

19. The Wheaton Recurrence: Eager for retribution after the Mystic Warlords of Ka'a debacle, Sheldon goes mano a mano with Wil Wheaton at the bowling lanes.

20. The Spaghetti Catalyst: After Leonard and Penny break up, one question remains: who gets custody of Sheldon?

21. The Plimpton Stimulation: A libidinous Princeton cosmological physicist is Sheldon's houseguest, but it's Leonard, Raj and Howard who get their cosmos rocked.

22. The Staircase Implementation: When Leonard met Sheldon: Leonard tells Penny how he and Sheldon became roommates...and why the elevator is eternally out of order.

23. The Lunar Excitation: The dating games. Howard and Raj sign Sheldon up for internet dating, and Penny's new squeeze is another dumb hunk.


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