The Big Bang Theory: Holiday Collection

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Season 1 episodes (9)

1 The Bath Item Gift Hypothesis
Leonards handsome colleague starts dating Penny. And Leonards friends are being tormented by Sheldon's obsession with gift-giving etiquette.
2 The Maternal Congruence
A visit from Leonard’s mother (guest star CHRISTINE BARANSKI) delights Sheldon and horrifies Leonard.
3 The Santa Simulation
Sheldon unwillingly revisits some Christmas memories during a lively game of Dungeons and Dragons, while Penny, Bernadette and Amy try to find the perfect girl for Raj when he joins the girls for ladies night.
4 The Thanksgiving Decoupling
An upset Sheldon protests when the entire gang drags him to Mrs. Wolowitz’s house for Thanksgiving. Meanwhile, Penny and Leonard must deal with a mistake from her past.
5 The Cooper Extraction
While Sheldon is away in Texas, everyone gathers to decorate the apartment Christmas tree, and imagines what their lives would be like if they had never met Sheldon.
6 The Platonic Permutation
Sheldon and Amy try hanging out as friends when they spend Thanksgiving together at the Aquarium. Meanwhile, Howard reluctantly agrees to volunteer at the soup kitchen with Bernadette, Raj and Emily, while Penny discovers that Leonard knows more about her than she thought.
7 The Clean Room Infiltration
Leonard and Howard turn to Raj for help in dealing with a work emergency when they nearly come to blows after blaming each other for a potential disaster at the university. Amy throws an authentic Victorian Christmas party, while Sheldon seeks revenge on her for making him celebrate the holidays
8 The Holiday Summation
Sheldon and Amy visit Leonard and Penny for the first time since the holidays and share details about their terrible trip to Texas. Laurie Metcalf returns as Sheldon’s mother, Mary.
9 The Justice League Recombination
The guys find a "super" use for Penny's new boyfriend, Zack, when they enter a costume contest as the Justice League.

About this show

From "Two and a Half Men" co-creator Chuck Lorre and "Gilmore Girls" co-executive producer Bill Prady comes "The Big Bang Theory," a comedy about a pair of brilliant physicists who understand how the universe works but have no clue about how to interact with people… especially women…and specifically the free-spirited beauty next door.

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Michael Bertrand
May 26, 2020
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