My Brother In Law is somewhat a Geek wanna be, This is his favorite show, even though he watches it every week without fail, he also backs up the episodes on the DVR, and leaves them there. My sister does not watch the show - so they get into TV wars, where she must either go upstairs, or fight for the DVR - and he huffs upstairs.
So, I bought this set, along with [[ASIN:B001FB4VXU The Big Bang Theory: The Complete Second Season]] - for BIL's Christmas Present. He sat it right next to the living room TV, and waited for Sis to go off for work that evening - and open the package. I enjoy the shows when I watch it with him, but between my Computer Surfing, my DVR recordings, Netflix, and my new Kindle - I don't even have time to watch On Demand, much less this show.
However, this DVD set obviously clears up SOME room on the DVR for Sis's programs.
Since it isn't listed on the page, the DVD Package Contents:
Disk 1: includes the episodes "Pilot," "The Big Bran Hypothesis," "The Fuzzyboots Corollary," "The Luminous Fish Effect," "The Hamburger Postulate," and "The Middle Earth Paradigm."
Disk 2: includes episodes "The Dumpling Paradox," "The Grasshopper Experiment," "The Cooper-Hofstadter Polarization," "The Loobenfeld Decay," "The Pancake Batter Anomaly" and "The Jerusalem Duality."
Disk 3: includes episodes "The Batjar Conjecture," "The Nerdvana Annihilation," "The Pork Chop Indeterminacy," "The Peanut Reaction" and "The Tangerine Factor."
Bonus Feature - Quantum Mechanics of The Big Bang Theory: Series Cast and Creators on Why It's Cool to Be a Geek (featurette).
Review of show itself - I find it one of the more intelligent offerings for Sitcoms - and again, its from CBS - whom offers Two and a Half Men. Outside of The Office, these are the only sit coms I will really watch. It caters to a more higher denomination for viewing pleasure, as opposed to most offerings developed to push a bad taste in the mouth.
Our group of four nerds stand outside the social and accepted etiquette, along with lack of Pop Culture knowledge. The beautiful and hip crowd don't often understand the elaborate jokes and scenes set around more literate and academic topics. This show appeals to anyone whom went to College, has ever felt a bit out of the crowd, and spreads humor among all walks of society.
Enjoy, whether you equate yourself as a nerd or not. 5 Stars from the BIL.
PS - I do like alpha Geek Shows, used to get into Numbers when it was being aired.