One of the most successful of modern sitcoms, The Big Bang Theory has been an anchor in CBS' lineup for years, and now it will be for years to come. Today the network announced that the series has been renewed for three more seasons, which means it will be on air until 2017 at least.
Leonard is offered his dream job in “The Bon Voyage Reaction,” The Big Bang Theory‘s season six finale. Sheldon is jealous of Leonard's opportunity to work with Stephen Hawking's team. Raj pushes Lucy too far out of her comfort zone by asking her to meet his friends.
Sheldon and Amy talk about their future in The Big Bang Theory‘s “The Love Spell Potential.” Raj and Lucy establish boundaries in their relationship, while the rest of the gang plays Dungeons and Dragons.
It's all about the past in The Big Bang Theory‘s “The Proton Resurgence.” Sheldon learns that the host of his favorite childhood science show is available for parties--so he hires him. Professor Proton, now an elderly man, is less than enthused about meeting Sheldon, Leonard, and Penny.
Amy helps Sheldon cope with an unsatisfactory dénouement of his favorite TV show on The Big Bang Theory's “The Closure Alternative.” Raj encounters a cliffhanger of his own after uncovering a secret about Lucy. Meanwhile, Penny searches for her passion in life.
This week, The Big Bang Theory heats up when Sheldon, Leonard and Raj compete for a tenure position at Cal Tech in “The Tenure Turbulence.” What is Sheldon thinking with his choice of gifts? Is Penny dressed for a funeral or a night out on the town?
The gang capitalizes on Sheldon's organizational skills in “The Closet Reconfiguration” on The Big Bang Theory. When Sheldon comes across a letter from Howard's father during his cleaning, Howard must confront his past. They switch up their takeout dinner routine by throwing some dinner parties.
The gang skips work to play hooky at Disneyland and talk to junior high school kids in The Big Bang Theory's “The Contractual Obligation Implementation.” Nothing seems to go as planned, but Raj and Lucy find a way to have a real first date by picnicking in a library.
Feeling depressed after Lucy's rejection, Raj refuses to leave his apartment in “The Monster Isolation” on The Big Bang Theory. What happens when Howard, Bernadette, and Leonard drop by to convince him otherwise? Can they drag him out of his funk?
Valentine dates go awry with The Big Bang Theory's “The Tangible Affection Proof.” Sheldon and Amy organize a night out, while Howard and Bernadette join Leonard and Penny for dinner. Which laws of love will be broken and which will prove tried and true?
There's lots of disharmony on The Big Bang Theory when Sheldon drives Leonard away in “The Spoiler Alert Segmentation.” Will Leonard move in with Penny? Will Amy move in with Sheldon? Will their friendships be changed forever?!
This week, Sheldon was forced to work with Barry Kripke in Big Bang Theory's “The Cooper/Kripke Inversion.” But when Kripke's research is better than Sheldon presumed, he must fight feelings of inadequacy and be competitive. What will happen when Sheldon lies about sleeping with Amy?
This week's Big Bang Theory was all about comic cons, comic books, and comic irony as the guys went on “The Bakersfield Expedition.” Unfortunately, while en route, Leonard's car is stolen. What's a group of guys dressed as Star Trek characters to do when stranded in the desert?
This week on The Big Bang Theory, Sheldon's accused of sexual harassment in the workplace. “The Egg Salad Equivalency” puts him in an awkward position, which gets worse before it gets better. Meanwhile, Leonard, Howard, and Raj get into some trouble too. What's gotten into these guys?
When “The Santa Simulation” separates the group into girls versus boys, two quests are launched on The Big Bang Theory. Will Raj's inclusion in girl's night help him find love? Will the guys complete their quest to save Santa?
On this week’s The Big Bang Theory, Sheldon takes care of a sick Amy in “The Fish Guts Displacement.” Howard must go on a fishing trip with Bernadette's father, so he asks Penny to teach him how to fish. But is he prepared for what Penny has to show him?
There was a turf war on this week’s The Big Bang Theory that affected the whole gang in “The Parking Spot Escalation.” Bernadette and Amy took on the duel set out by their husbands and Penny got trapped in the middle. Luckily, Howard and Sheldon battle it out to the end (of the episode, at least).
This week's The Big Bang Theory is all about solving mysteries. In “The 43 Peculiarity,” Howard and Raj aim to find out what Sheldon does in a storage closet for 20 minutes every day. Meanwhile, Leonard can't help but spy on Penny when she has a group project with an English guy.
The Big Bang Theory returns with guest appearances by Wil Wheaton and LeVar Burton in “The Habitation Configuration.” Wolowitz must decide if he's staying or leaving his mother's house. While Sheldon's caught in the crossfire between Amy and Wil.
On this week's The Big Bang Theory, Sheldon befriends Stephen Hawking in “The Extract Obliteration.” Penny signs up for a college course without Leonard's knowledge. And once she tells him about an upcoming assignment, everything goes downhill.