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The Big Bang Theory season 1

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17 episodes (5566 views)
Air weekdate:Thursday
Cast:Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco, Kunal Nayyar, Simon Helberg, Melissa Rauch, Mayim Bialik, Laura Spencer, Sara Gilbert, Kevin Sussman, John Ross Bowie, Carol Ann Susi
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The lives of physicists Dr. Hofstadter and Dr. Cooper are shaken up when an attractive young aspiring actress from Omaha, Nebraska, named Penny moves into the apartment across the hall from theirs. Leonard begins to become hopelessly enamored of Penny, while she feels only platonic affection for him; as a result, she finds herself putting up with his closest and ever-present friends: his roommate, Sheldon, who appears borderline obsessive-compulsive; engineering whiz Howard Wolowitz, a desperately sex-crazed mama’s boy who thinks that his 1960s-style clothing and hairstyle give him an air of cool hipness. During Season 1, Sheldon loses his job for insulting his new boss, finds his ego bruised by a child prodigy, and becomes unable to bear being part of a lie that Leonard has told, always attacking the world with a relentless need to assert his supremacy. Rajesh first learns that he can talk to women, but only when he’s drunk, and Penny and Leonard Hofstadter finally go out in the season finale.

The Big Bang Theory season 1 episodes list:

Episode #1: Pilot (air date: 2007-09-24)

Is a comedy about brilliant physicists, Leonard and Sheldon, who are 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 Cal Tech scientists Wolowitz and Koothrappali. However, Leonard sees in Penny a whole new universe of possibilities... including love.

Episode #2: The Big Bran Hypothesis (air date: 2007-10-01)

Leonard volunteers to sign for a package, hoping to make a good impression on Penny. When he enlists the help of his obsessive-compulsive roommate, Sheldon, his attempt at chivalry goes horribly awry.

Episode #3: The Fuzzy Boots Corollary (air date: 2007-10-08)

Leonard is bummed to learn that his crush, Penny, is seeing someone, so encouraged by his friends and fellow scientists, Leonard actually summons the nerve to ask a woman out on a date.

Episode #4: The Luminous Fish Effect (air date: 2007-10-15)

When Sheldon gets fired, he explores life beyond physics, but his initial thrill of shopping with Penny devolves over time to him weaving ponchos as a shut-in, forcing Leonard to call on Sheldon's mother.

Episode #5: The Hamburger Postulate (air date: 2007-10-22)

After sensing his pursuit of Penny isn't going anywhere, Leonard agrees to an unexpected sexual encounter with fellow scientist Leslie Winkle.

Episode #6: The Middle-Earth Paradigm (air date: 2007-10-29)

Leonard, Sheldon, Wolowitz and Koothrappali undertake a challenging and risky experiment-attending the Halloween party being thrown by their hot neighbor, Penny.

Episode #7: The Dumpling Paradox (air date: 2007-11-05)

When Wolowitz seduces Penny's friend and takes over her apartment, Penny sleeps on Leonard and Sheldon's couch. With Wolowitz preoccupied, the guys discover they are without a fourth member of their group and in desperation, they ask Penny to join their Halo team.

Episode #8: The Grasshopper Experiment (air date: 2007-11-12)

Koothrappali is overwhelmed after his parents arrange a blind date, but he discovers he actually can talk to the opposite sex after a few drinks; however, complications set in when his beautiful date is more interested in Sheldon.

Episode #9: The Cooper-Hofstadter Polarization (air date: 2008-03-17)

When Sheldon and Leonard are invited to present their joint findings at a physics conference, Sheldon refuses, and Penny steps in to mediate, only deepening the rift between the two best friends.

Episode #10: The Loobenfeld Decay (air date: 2008-03-24)

After hearing Penny sing, Leonard lies to avoid seeing her perform, but Sheldon takes it one step further with a more elaborate lie that leads to the appearance of his non-existent cousin.

Episode #11: The Pancake Batter Anomaly (air date: 2008-03-31)

When Sheldon gets sick, Leonard and the boys know what's in store and avoid him like the plague, leaving an unsuspecting Penny to nurse the world's worst patient back to health.

Episode #12: The Jerusalem Duality (air date: 2008-04-14)

When Leonard and Sheldon meet a 15-year-old physics prodigy, Sheldon is distraught that this boy genius is younger and smarter, so in an attempt to restore his sense of purpose, the boys come up with a solution to derail Dennis' research.

Episode #13: The Bat Jar Conjecture (air date: 2008-04-21)

Since Sheldon's only focus is to prove his mental superiority while preparing for the Physics Bowl, the guys kick him off the team and enlist his nemesis Leslie Winkle.

Episode #14: The Nerdvana Annihilation (air date: 2008-04-28)

When Leonard and the guys buy a time machine prop from a classic 1960 movie, its arrival creates problems for Penny and she tells the boys that their obsession with comics and toys is "pathetic".

Episode #15: The Pork Chop Indeterminacy (air date: 2008-05-05)

When Leonard, Wolowitz, and Koothrappali all become smitten with Sheldon's twin sister, Leonard devises a plan to eliminate his rivals, however, it backfires when Sheldon declares he will decide whom his sister dates.

Episode #16: The Peanut Reaction (air date: 2008-05-12)

When Penny learns that Leonard doesn't celebrate birthdays, she attempts to throw him a surprise party, but is sidetracked by Sheldon who unexpectedly gets to live out one of his greatest fantasies at an electronics store.

Episode #17: The Tangerine Factor (air date: 2008-05-19)

When Leonard asks Penny out on a date and she says yes, they each seek the "wisdom" of reluctant advisor.

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