Stewie and Brian go back in time to stop Bertram from killing Leonardo da Vinci.
A horrible day at work prompts Penny to evaluate her life choices – including taking a big step with Leonard. Meanwhile, Howard and Bernadette struggle to care for Mrs. Wolowitz, and Raj gets relationship advice from Sheldon.
With his entire world changing around him, Sheldon is forced to confront an uncertain future and considers a major move in the seventh season finale. Meanwhile, Raj and Emily take it to the next level, and Mrs. Wolowitz's injury is a major headache for Howard and Bernadette. Recurring guest star Christine Baranski returns as Leonard's mother, Beverly Hofstadter.
May the "Fourth" Be With You! Professor Proton helps Sheldon cope with grief, while Leonard turns a relationship milestone into a competition with Penny. Meanwhile Amy and Bernadette make a "Star Wars Day” gift for the guys.
Leonard tries to help Sheldon free his mind by reinstating "Anything Can Happen Thursday," but when Sheldon tries to be spontaneous, it leads to unexpected friction between Penny, Amy and Bernadette. Meanwhile, Raj seeks Howard's help in preparing for a date with Emily.
Sheldon faces a personal crisis after deciding he's wasting his time with String Theory. Meanwhile, a double date between Raj, Emily and the Wolowitzes ends in embarrassment for Howard.
While Raj is wracked with guilt over dating two women at the same time and Penny is wrestling with whether to take a role in a cheesy movie, Amy must help Sheldon through the even greater hell of choosing between two gaming systems.
When Sheldon visits his mom (recurring guest star Laurie Metcalf) in Houston, he is forced to confront a new reality. Meanwhile, Raj's "Murder Mystery" party starts some fights within the gang.
After the insults fly, Bernadette tries to broker the peace between Howard and Sheldon by having the two travel together to Houston in an attempt to improve their friendship. Meanwhile, Penny is offered an embarrassing movie role and Raj asks Amy to write to a woman on his behalf.
When Leonard buys a dining room table, it causes Sheldon to reevaluate the changes in his life. Meanwhile, Wolowitz is offered a chance to go back to space and Bernadette struggles with whether or not to encourage him.
Love is in the air when Sheldon and Amy join Howard and Bernadette for a trip to wine country. Meanwhile, Leonard and Penny must rush Raj's dog to the vet. (TV-PG D, L)
After they guys can't get Comic-Con tickets, Sheldon decides to hold his own convention, and winds up spending a wild night with JAMES EARL JONES (guest starring as himself). Meanwhile, the girls see if they can act like "grown-ups." Star Wars icon CARRIE FISHER makes a cameo appearance as well.
Sheldon tries to relax after he is forced to take a vacation. Meanwhile, Leonard struggles to be supportive of Penny after she quits her job, and Bernadette seeks Stuart's help in replacing one of Howard’s comic books. Josh Peck guest stars as Jesse. (TV-PG D, L)
When Penny's big acting break on NCIS is a bust, Leonard struggles to help her, which results in Penny asking Leonard a bold relationship question. Meanwhile, Sheldon tries to learn how to be funny and Raj tries to work on his "game" before talking to girls. (TV-PG D, L)
While Sheldon is away in Texas, everyone gathers to decorate the apartment Christmas tree, and imagines what their lives would be like if they had never met Sheldon.
Sheldon faces a crisis after Leonard disproves his accidental scientific discovery. Meanwhile, Raj must stay with Howard & Bernadette for a week.
Two geeky physicists plus one hot female neighbor equals the perfect formula for one hilarious new comedy.
Worlds collide in Season 3! A love affair with Penny has opened a big, wide, wonderful world of romance for Leonard. But Sheldon likes the world just the way it was, thank you. All of which makes for a zany comic triangle with brainy, clueless Sheldon and practical, grounded Penny hilariously vying for the role of hypotenuse. This complete 2-Disc, 23-Episode Season 3 Set also features Raj, Howard, tattoos, football, awkward dates, jail time, Stan Lee, a The Lord of the Rings ring and all the fun of a series that only gets better.
Sneak Peek: “The Hofstadter Insufficiency” and “The Deception Verification”
The science of funny is back! At work, physicists Leonard and Sheldon and their geek pals conquer the cosmos. At home, real life from dating to driving conquers them. This season, Leonard gets a girl. So does Sheldon. (Sheldon!) Howard drives the Mars Rover into a ditch. Raj woos a terminator. Gorgeous girl-next-door Penny falls under the spell of Age of Conan. And super-smart, uberconfident Leslie Winkler reduces mere men to spineless jellyfish. Twenty-three laugh-filled episodes from series creators Chuck Lorre (Two and a Half Men) and Bill Prady (Gilmore Girls) and a talented cast with astronomical comedy I.Q.s show why Big Bang is such a big hit.
THE BIG BANG THEORY, Thursdays, (8:00-8:31 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
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