The Big Bang Theory: The Complete Ninth Season [3 Discs] [DVD]

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    Overall Customer Rating:
    100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1570 out of 1583)

    Special Features


    • #JustAskBBT: If i Had to Go to Mars... the cast answers more questions from Twitter.
    • #JustAskBBT: Who will Get the Couch... the cast of The Big Bang Theory answers fan questions from Twitter.
    • 2015 Comic-Con Panel
    • Gag reel
    • Love is Rocket Science - the cast answers question about the tectonic relationship shifts that happened in season 9.
    • The Big 200! - the stars and creative team of TBBT celebrate their 200th episode.
    • The Big Bang Theory gives back - the stars and creative team celebrate the recipients of the new "Big Bang Theory Scholarship."

    Cast & Crew


    • Kaley Cuoco - Penny
    • Johnny Galecki - Leonard
    • Jim Parsons - Sheldon
    • Simon Helberg - Howard Wolowitz
    • Kunal Nayyar - Rajesh Koothrappali




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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      It's very different than back when it started

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      kenn
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      I still love this show, but the tone is changing. I'm not sure that's a bad thing going into it's 9th year. If the tone had stayed exactly the same the show would have gotten stale by now. But things are definitely changing. Sheldon is the biggest change. He's gotten a lot more human. That actually makes sense because he's been surrounded by social people for 8 plus years now. Even Sheldon would have had to pick up a thing or two. And as much as I love the season 1 Sheldon, that act would have gotten completely old by now had his character not expanded a little. He's still Sheldon, but Amy has softened him up a bit. This season he's dealing with Amy breaking up with him because their relationship was going no where. The comedy is that Sheldon in 30 years old and is going through dating and breakups for the first time so he's reacting to it like normal people do when they are 16. It's funny. Leonard hasn't changed much since the beginning. But his relationship with Penny has. It continues to evolve, and I'm not sure I like it anymore. It was fun watching them in the first few seasons realizing they liked each other. But now they don't seem to like each other. The season starts where season 8 ended, with them headed to Vegas to get married. (I won't tell you what happens) But I can't help but feel like they shouldn't get married. They are already an old boring couple who doesn't seem to like each other. There is ZERO chemistry between them. I'm still enjoying the Howard and Bernadette marriage. That was a good change for the show. Howard would have become insufferable by now in his original form. The marriage works well for the show. These two have on screen chemistry and great comic timing with one another. With Raj starting to get more social and having been able to talk to women without being drunk for several seasons now, Stuart has taken over the role as the lovable pathetic loser on the show. That starts getting pushed harder at the start of season 9. If I started watching this show in season 9 I don't think I'd like it. But I'm invested in the characters at this point so I love seeing how they continue to develop.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Simply the best!

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      bshop100
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      This has to be one of my favorite seasons so far.. All seasons before this were leading up to this moment. All cast members are stand out in their performances. Jim Parsons is a special stand out as he and the cast members are really hitting their groove by now. Most times CBS really lets shows get weak by this time but the writing here and the acting is superb. There are some special stand out episodes: The 2003 Approximation, The mystery date observation, The Convergence Convergence.. Plus this is the season where Sheldon and Amy take their relationship from break up to coitus, Leonard and Penny get married, we meet some of Leonard's extended family... and who could forget Sheldon's Meemaw!! This is a must see season. get it now while on sale!!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Still funny but losing steam.

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      Suzanna23
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      It's hard to Keep a series funny and exciting for a 9th season: Big Bang succeeds, kinda. Two couples now married and Amy & Sheldon are committed, so there's a lot of almost suffocating domesticity and nagging. Raj is the bright spot, dating two girls at the same time, hilarious ! Sheldon's "Meemaw" finally visits, and isn't a sweet lil' old lady! Comic book guy appears throughout the season, and they paint him a little too weird at times. Couldn't give this five stars, it's lacking the LOL bodaciousness of previous seasons, but they're still like -able and often funny.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Big Bang Blu-rays Never Disappoint

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      Matt
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      Around season 7, all Big Bang Theory blu-rays come with a Digital HD Ultraviolet copy. There are a couple of releases of earlier seasons (hard to find) that do include a Digital HD code. That said, it is standard now. The releases are always quality, and if you wait a few months after they initially are released, you can usually find them on sale for twenty or less. Highly recommend buying the blu-ray instead of purchasing the digital copy direct. You get both formats this way and it's generally the cheaper route to go.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Great Show and Great Cast

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      RichRich
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      This show is truly funny and gets better every year. You will grow fond of these characters and eventually won't even think of them as actors but real people. Great writing and surprise guest stars just add to the longevity of this show. So glad that CBS and the distributor of this series on bluray have kept releasing every season. Too many companies release the first season and never release any others or worse like Modern Family release a few and then stop. Loyalty to viewers and customers means a lot.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Yet another season of one of the funniest shows on

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      jim12
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      This is the ONLY series that I have bought every season of ... EVER. The shows are funny to watch years later because the humor and characterizations hold up because what is funny is the interaction of the characters more than "funny lines" (though there are plenty of those as well). We almost always have a DVD in the player so if we want to kill a short bit of time and get a giggle ... we can just turn it on and play. Really is one of the best shows on TV

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Meh

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      The Big Bang Theory started off as an interesting show with smart characters. Over the years it has become the "Sheldon Show," and that's not a good thing. The only reason I keep watching is because I hate not finishing things. Some of the jokes are funny, but it's nowhere near as good as it used to be. It is mindless TV that is good to put on in the background, but not something that you will miss if you stop watching.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Must buy for Big Bang Theory fans.

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      todai
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      Love to watch Big Bang Theory, but because I don't subscribe to cable or satellite, sometimes digital signal is too weak. Also, sometimes I miss the re-runs, so I purchase the DVD. On one of the earlier episodes, the Sheldon character made a mistake in his explanation of "ketchup." If one looks it up in the dictionary, ketchup is Chinese (Cantonese) and/or Malaysian based, meaning tomato sauce/juice. My father had explained this to me when I was a teenager.

      I would recommend this to a friend


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