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Prepare to enter phase nine of television’s perpetual laughter experiment as THE BIG BANG THEORY successfully fuses the elements of science and sitcom. Our two genius roommates – Leonard and Sheldon ¬– and their friends are back once again (smarter, but no wiser). Last season, Sheldon went soul-searching (on a train, of course) and was prepared to make some substantial revisions on his Relationship Agreement with Amy, when everything changed. Leonard, meanwhile, was off to Vegas with Penny to finally tie the knot in the season finale. Howard finds himself alone with Bernadette after the sudden passing of his mother; while Raj is not only talking to women – he’s getting exclusive with Emily (Laura Spencer). Together, they will all learn that life is far more complicated outside of the lab as love and friendship never produce predictable results!

Customer Reviews

SOO excited!

I cant wait wait for the 9th season, i love this show!

Stick to the basics - PLEASE!

I really wish they'd abandon the apparent need to neatly package every character's story into a predictable ending, peppered with the "will they or won't they get together at the end" story lines that every other sitcom seems to devolve into during the final season.

To the writers- people tune into a sitcom to escape the trials and difficulties of the real world, and maybe laugh a few times. (Ie - the Thanksgiving episode). Instead, now we have to watch the characters we used to laugh at/with awkwardly navigate situations which leave us, the viewers, longing for those times where Big Bang was gut wrenchingly funny. Not everything needs to be a life lesson.

Please, make Big Bang funny again.

What is going on now is not unlike the cloyingly needy relative who gives you $20 for your birthday - you love them but feel guilty for watching the clock when you visit, because there's somewhere else you'd rather be.

Still the best!

Even in its ninth season, Big Bang has managed to remain consistently entertaining and humorous. It’s perhaps the best sitcom developed in the past 15 years - and currently the most watched in Canada - with well-nuanced characters, relatable stories and even some great cameos, all of which have all helped to propel the show into the stratosphere of pop culture.