The Big Bang Theory, Season 2

The Big Bang Theory, Season 2

The Big Bang Theory

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 2008-09-20
  • Episodes: 23
  • iTunes Price: USD 29.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 29.99
From 2,611 Ratings


Leonard and Sheldon are brilliant physicists, the kind of 'beautiful minds' that understand how the universe works. But none of that genius helps them interact with people, especially women. All this begins to change when a free-spirited beauty named Penny moves in next door. Sheldon, Leonard's roommate, is quite content spending his nights playing Klingon Boggle with their socially dysfunctional friends, fellow Caltech scientists Wolowitz, Koothrappali and Winkle. However, Leonard sees in Penny a whole new universe of possibilities ... including love.


Title Time Price
1 The Bad Fish Paradigm 21:51 USD 1.99 Watch Now
2 The Codpiece Topology 21:15 USD 1.99 Watch Now
3 The Barbarian Sublimination 21:16 USD 1.99 Watch Now
4 The Griffin Equivalency 21:24 USD 1.99 Watch Now
5 The Euclid Alternative 20:02 USD 1.99 Watch Now
6 The Cooper-Nowitzki Theorem 21:01 USD 1.99 Watch Now
7 The Panty Pinata Polarization 21:12 USD 1.99 Watch Now
8 The Lizard-Spock Expansion 20:10 USD 1.99 Watch Now
9 The White Asparagus Triangulation 21:03 USD 1.99 Watch Now
10 The Vartabedian Conundrum 21:17 USD 1.99 Watch Now
11 The Bath Item Gift Hypothesis 21:01 USD 1.99 Watch Now
12 The Killer Robot Instability 21:23 USD 1.99 Watch Now
13 The Friendship Algorithm 21:24 USD 1.99 Watch Now
14 The Financial Permeability 21:35 USD 1.99 Watch Now
15 The Maternal Capacitance 20:54 USD 1.99 Watch Now
16 The Cushion Saturation 21:19 USD 1.99 Watch Now
17 The Terminator Decoupling 21:17 USD 1.99 Watch Now
18 The Work Song Nanocluster 20:30 USD 1.99 Watch Now
19 The Dead Hooker Juxtaposition 20:22 USD 1.99 Watch Now
20 The Hofstadter Isotope 20:09 USD 1.99 Watch Now
21 The Vegas Renormalization 21:32 USD 1.99 Watch Now
22 The Classified Materials Turbulence 18:34 USD 1.99 Watch Now
23 The Monopolar Expedition 21:19 USD 1.99 Watch Now



  • Wrong air dates

    By Matthew016
    This is a great show, but I would offer two suggestions. Number one is to fix the air date on most of these episodes. A lot of them are wrong, especially during the second half. My second suggestion would be to add the extras that came on the DVD, like the cast interviews, the David Salzburg interview, and the gag reel. It would be deeply appreciated
  • Awesome show

    By Lebron Kenney
    I love this show I watch it every Thursday @ 8:00-8:31 on CBS and Every Weekday 7:00-8:00 on FOX but the episodes on this season are dated wrong

    By Mr. Big Bang
    Big Bang is the best show in decades for sure!!!!
  • Love it! Hilarious!

    By JonEwaD
    Love it! Hilarious!
  • Fantastic

    By Tridon52
    Great comedy. Great show. Nothing else to say.
  • Best show EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!

    By John&Bogusia
    This season is soooooooooo funny and perfect. A must see for all ages, interests, and creeds! Buy it now!!!!
  • Garbage

    By Joe1234567890987654231234
    I should start out by telling you what type of sense of humor I have by telling you the shows I like. I like The Office, 30 Rock, Arrested Development, Episodes, Parks and Recreation, Community, Friends, Seinfeld, Will and Grace. But this show is garbage... If u like any of those shows on my list don't watch this it it not smart and not even entertaining.
  • Awesome!

    By Yohoman
    This show is hilarious!
  • Big Bang Theory

    By Joseph Alberts Jr
    I totally like this series. It's great, funny, smart
  • Good geek jokes, poor female characters

    By Jonathan1412
    The writers nailed geek culture very well, and Jim Parsons does a fantastic job as the neurotic and abrasively narcissistic Sheldon Cooper. However, the writers fall flat when it comes to the ladies. Many women are introduced for just one-episode, and they are written as flat stereotypes for the geeks to either date or drool over. The few regular female characters on the series are not written consistently either. They are either extreme stereotypes as well (like the reclusive sex-addict Leslie Winkle) or cast as foils for the geek's oddities (like Penny). The little depth that Penny is given shows that the writers are working off of stereotypes rather than real women who hang out with geeks or are geeks themselves. Alas, male geeks still don't know women well.