The Big Bang Theory: Season 4 TV review - Aussieboyreviews


As expected, each of the episodes of The Big Bang Theory’s fourth season are hilarious. This is just another season of a funny, quirky and entertaining sitcom.


The lives of a group of socially awkward friends as they deal with romance, friendships and relationships.

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TV details

Creator: Chuck Lorre, Bill Prady
Cast: Johnny Galecki, Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco, Simon Helberg, Kunal Nayyar, Melissa Rauch, Mayim Bialik, Aarti Mann
Release Date (Australia): 20 October 2010
Episodes: The Robotic Manipulation / The Cruciferous Vegetable Amplification / The Zazzy Substitution / The Hot Troll Deviation / The Desperation Emanation / The Irish Pub Formulation / The Apology Insufficiency / The 21-Second Excitation / The Boyfriend Complexity / The Alien Parasite Hypothesis / The Justice League Recombination / The Bus Pants Utilization / The Love Car Displacement / The Thespian Catalyst / The Benefactor Factor / The Cohabitation Formulation / The Toast Derivation / The Prestidigitation Approximation / The Zarnecki Incursion / The Herb Garden Germination / The Agreement Dissection / The Wildebeest Implementation / The Engagement Reaction / The Roommate Transmogrification
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Country: USA
Language: English

CONTENT GUIDE (warning: May contain spoilers)

Themes (PG)

There are themes in the form of crude humour throughout the series.

Violence (PG)

There are infrequent scenes of violence throughout the series, including a depiction of a character with bruises over his face and a woman kicking a man in the crotch.

Coarse Language (PG)

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

Drug Use (PG)

The series contains a verbal reference to meth labs and a woman asking a man if he is high.

Sex (M)

The series features frequent crude verbal references to sex and sexual intercourse, as well as sexual innuendo.

Aussie boy's thoughts

Another season of perfectly-casted characters, hilariously quirky situations, the laughing track, and just material you’d expect from a sitcom like The Big Bang Theory. In the show’s fourth season, the leads all deal with romance, relationships and friendships. There’s girlfriends, boyfriends, mothers and enough humour to hold you through, just in case it weren’t entertaining enough. Thankfully, it’s an amusing, delightful and fun sitcom.

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