The Big Bang Theory: Season 2 TV review - Aussieboyreviews


This entertaining, quirky and extremely funny sitcom is just as amusing as the first season. There’s great characters, fun ideas and more romantic stuff.


Now that Penny’s settled into her apartment and their lives are moving just as usual, socially awkward friends Leonard, Sheldon, Howard and Raj set aside their scientific minds and start to think about girls and romance.

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TV details

Creator: Chuck Lorre, Bill Prady
Cast: Johnny Galecki, Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco, Simon Helberg, Kunal Nayyar, Sara Gilbert, Kevin Sussman
Release Date (Australia): 22 September 2008
Episodes: The Bad Fish Paradigm / The Codpiece Topology / The Barbarian Sublimation / The Griffin Equivalency / The Euclid Alternative / The Cooper-Nowitzki Theorem / The Panty Piñata Polarization / The Lizard-Spock Expansion / The White Asparagus Triangulation / The Vartabedian Conundrum / The Bath Item Gift Hypothesis / The Killer Robot Instability / The Friendship Algorithm / The Financial Permeability / The Maternal Capacitance / The Cushion Saturation / The Terminator Decoupling / The Work Song Nanocluster / The Dead Hooker Juxtaposition / The Hofstadter Isotope / The Vegas Renormalization / The Classified Materials Turbulence / The Monopolar Expedition
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Country: USA
Language: English, Spanish

CONTENT GUIDE (warning: May contain spoilers)

Themes (PG)

The series features thematic material in the form of crude humour.

Violence (PG)

There is a comedic scuffle between two women with resulting depictions of bruises.

Coarse Language (PG)

The series features use of the words “bitch”, “ass”, “crap”, “hell” and “damn”.

Drug Use (PG)

The series features mild drug references.

Sex (M)

The series features multiple verbal and visual sexual references and implied scenes of sexual activity.

Aussie boy's thoughts

The Big Bang Theory: Season 2 brings lots more laughs, quirkiness to the memorable sitcom characters, as well as dates and romance. Yes, it may be TV quality and there are obvious logical issues throughout, but it will definitely make you laugh and manages to keep you entertained. Hopefully the ideas and concepts this show comes up with won’t get boring!

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