The Big Bang Theory: Season 3 TV review - Aussieboyreviews
JUST HOW MUCH OF A DELIGHT IS THE THIRD SEASON OF THE BIG BANG THEORY?
Alike the show’s previous seasons, the third season is funny, entertaining and enjoyable. The brilliant cast returns and more laughs are ahead.
The four socially awkward friends live their lives as Leonard and Penny try to sort out their challenging relationship.
Creator: Chuck Lorre, Bill Prady
Cast: Johnny Galecki, Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco, Simon Helberg, Kunal Nayyar, Melissa Rauch, Kevin Sussman
Release Date (Australia): 2 November 2009
Episodes: The Electric Can Opener Fluctuation / The Jiminy Conjecture / The Gothowitz Deviation / The Pirate Solution / The Creepy Candy Coating Corollary / The Cornhusker Vortex / The Guitarist Amplification / The Adhesive Duck Deficiency / The Vengeance Formulation / The Gorilla Experiment / The Maternal Congruence / The Psychic Vortex / The Bozeman Reaction / The Einstein Approximation / The Large Hadron Collision / The Excelsior Acquisition / The Precious Fragmentation / The Pants Alternative / The Wheaton Recurrence / The Spaghetti Catalyst / The Plimpton Stimulation / The Staircase Implementation / The Lunar Excitation
Genre: Comedy, Romance
CONTENT GUIDE (warning: May contain spoilers)
Thematic material includes several instances of crude humour, comedic references to incestuous sex and sexual themes that are mild in impact.
The series contains comedic mild violence, including a woman punching a man in the face and accompanying depictions of bruising detail.
The series contains uses of coarse language, including the words “bitch”, “ass”, “crap”, “douche”, “slut”, “hell”, “damn”, “ho” and “whore”.
The series features frequent crude sexual humour, including verbal sexual references to sex, masturbation, genitalia and pornographic images.
Aussie boy's thoughts
More laughs are ahead as the show’s awkwardly memorable cast return for another delightful season. Alike the previous seasons and the more to come, The Big Bang Theory’s third season is packed with a bunch of quirky episodes containing fun characters, the jokes and the laughing track, and witty ideas labeled with scientific titles. It’s fun to catch on TV every week, but it’s still just not binge-worthy.
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