The Big Bang Theory: The Complete Second Season DVD Review
Having survived after having only half of a season due to the writers’ strike back in 2007-2008, Big Bang Theory is back for a second season; and it is bigger and better than ever before.
In the spirit that geeks and nerds are the “in thing”, The Big Bang Theory, created by Chuck Lorre (Two and a Half Men) and Bill Prady (Gilmore Girls), follows the lives of Leonard (Johnny Galecki) and Sheldon (Jim Parsons) as brilliant physicists with the craving for simple things in life, comic books, video games, science fiction show, but their lives are turned upside down when the gorgeous Penny (Kaley Cuoco) moves next door to them.
The second season of the show is as delightful as the first, in fact, even better. With the cast now comfortable playing their respected characters, we are introduced to many more trials and downright belly-laughing humor from the show.
Leonard and Sheldon, along with best friends, Howard and Rajesh, have become almost the sit-com personas of most of generation x and y that watch this show -- down to them even falling over Terminator/Firefly actress, Summer Glau, on a train ride.
Big Bang Theory Season 2 is presented in its original widescreen aspect ratio and encoded in Dolby Digital. The picture is as sharp and clear as it could be for regular DVD, however, it does beg the question (especially with the hi-tech audience they have) why they did not release the complete season in Blu-ray format.
Also included with the release are two features is Professor David Saltzberg’s consulting relationship of the show, a closer look at the cast, the characters they play, and a gag reel of unused clips.
If you consider yourself someone who relates very well to the 80/90s, or salivates for the next Joss Whedon show to hit the air, then The Big Bang Theory is the sitcom for you. Hopefully Warner Bros entertainment will release both season 1 and season 2 on Blu-ray in the near feature to make this the ultimate box set.
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