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The Big Bang Theory Season 6

Sheldon and Leonard are back in The Big Bang Theory Season 6 with more madness in the laboratory than ever before…

The much loved geek chic series The Big Bang Theory Season 6 will be available to own on DVD and Blu-Ray from 2nd September 2013.

THE RETURN OF THE NUMBER ONE US COMEDY FRANCHISE

THE BIG BANG THEORY SEASON 6 AND COMPLETE 1-6 BOX SET OUT ON BLU-RAY AND DVD FROM 2ND SEPTEMBER

The sixth season, and the complete seasons 1-6 of the smash hit sitcom, which counts the likes of Stephen Hawking, Leonard Nimroy and Stan Lee amongst its fans are available on Blu-ray and DVD with UltraViolet from Monday 2nd September 2013.

Multi-award winning programme creators Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady return for the sixth season which introduces a new character to the mix. Kevin Saussman (“Ugly Betty”) plays Stuart Bloom, the owner of The Comic Centre of Pasadena. He stars alongside Johnny Galecki (“Rosanne”), Kaley Cuoco (“8 Simple Rules”), Jim Parsons (“Judging Amy”), Kunal Nayyar (“NCIS”), and Simon Helberg (“Reno 911”) with Mayim Hoya Bialik (“Blossom”) and Melissa Rauch (“Dirty Sexy Money”).

In The Big Bang Theory: The Complete Sixth Season, fun discoveries multiply.  Leonard learns that jealousy is bad for a relationship (with Penny) but science is good for seduction (of Penny). Howard finds life in the International Space Station is no escape from terrestrial turmoil between his mom and his new wife Bernadette. Raj meets someone special who may be a good match, if he can keep her from fleeing mid-date. And then there’s Sheldon. He learns what not to say after facing harassment charges or competing for tenure at work and how Dungeons & Dragons can be the icebreaker his relationship with Amy needs.

Leonard and Sheldon are brilliant physicists — wizards in the laboratory, but socially inept outside of it. Enter beautiful, free-spirited neighbor, Penny, who aims to teach them a thing or two about life. While Leonard spends his days looking for love, Sheldon is quite content video-chatting with platonic partner Amy Farrah Fowler, or playing Star Trek 3-D chess with their ever-expanding universe of friends, including fellow scientists Koothrappali and Wolowitz, and Wolowitz’s wife, the adorable micro-biologist, Bernadette.

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Alex Moss’ obsession with film began the moment he witnessed the Alien burst forth from John Hurt’s stomach. It was perhaps ill-advised to witness this aged 6 but much like the beast within Hurt, he became infected by a parasite called ‘Movies’. Rarely away from his computer or a big screen, as he muses on Cinematic Deities, Alex is “more machine now than man. His mind is twisted and evil”. Email: alex.moss@filmjuice.com

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