The Big Bang Theory: Season 5 (2007)
Thursday 30th August 2012
It doesn't take a rocket scientist to understand why audiences continue to fall in love with the geniuses from Caltech. Now the physicists are back with a bang as Warner Home Video releases The Big Bang Theory: The Complete Fifth Season on DVD and UltraViolet on 3rd September 2012.
In The Big Bang Theory: The Complete Fifth Season, Penny and Leonard's relationship is relaunched in full "beta test" mode, while Sheldon, Howard, and Raj discover the feminine mystique is something that cannot be easily graphed or calculated. As Sheldon makes begrudging amendments to his "Relationship Agreement" with his "friend-who-happens-to-be-a-girl," Amy Farrah Fowler, Raj contemplates an arranged marriage, and Howard is all-systems-go for both his NASA launch and wedding to the spirited Bernadette.
The Big Bang Theory: The Complete Fifth Season features a standard definition DVD and a standard definition UltraViolet copy of all 24 episodes from Season Five. UltraViolet allows consumers to download and instantly stream the episodes to their computers, tablets and smartphones.
The Big Bang Theory was created by Chuck Lorre (Two and a Half Men) & Bill Prady (Dharma & Greg), who also serve as executive producers along with Steven Molaro (The Class). The series stars Emmy(R) and Golden Globe(R) nominee Johnny Galecki (Roseanne), Emmy(R) and Golden Globe(R) winner Jim Parsons (The Muppets), Kaley Cuoco (Hop), Simon Helberg (A Serious Man), Kunal Nayyar (Ice Age: Continental Drift), Mayim Bialik (Blossom) and Melissa Rauch (True Blood).
- The Big Bang Theory @100 (featurette): The cast and producers celebrate the 100th episode
- The Big Bang Theory's Laws of Reflection (featurette): The cast reflects on their favorite memories from Season 5
- Professors of Production (featurette): A behind-the-scenes look at the various departments that bring the show together each week
- Gag reel
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.