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The Big Bang Theory: Season 7 [2013] (3 discs)

Songs:Barenaked Ladies
Length:528 minutes
(8 hours 48 minutes)
MPAA Rating:TV-14
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IMDB Rating:8.2/10
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Synopsis: Season 7

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Barak Hardley => Pizza Delivery Guy (The Deception Verification)
Bill Nye => Bill Nye (The Proton Displacement)
Bob Newhart => Arthur Jeffries (The Proton Displacement)
Brian Thomas Smith => Zack Johnson (The Thanksgiving Decoupling)
Casey Sander => Mike Rostenkowski (The Thanksgiving Decoupling)
Carrie Fisher => Carrie Fisher (The Convention Conundrum)
James Earl Jones => James Earl Jones (The Convention Conundrum)
Christine Baranski => Dr. Beverly Hofstadter (The Raiders Minimization)
Ira Flatow => Ira Flatow (The Discovery Dissipation)
John Ross Bowie => Barry Kripke (The Discovery Dissipation)
Wil Wheaton => Wil Wheaton (The Discovery Dissipation)
Kate Micucci => Lucy (The Itchy Brain Simulation)
Laura Spencer => Emily Sweeney (The Friendship Turbulence)
Laurie Metcalf => Mary Cooper (voice) (The Cooper Extraction)
Marcus Folmar => Security Guard (The Hesitation Ramification)
Michael J. Massimino => Mike Massimino (as Mike Massimino NASA Astronaut) (The Table Polarization)
Regina King => Janine Davis (The Hofstadter Insufficiency)
Stephen Hawking => Stephen Hawking (voice) (The Relationship Diremption)
Steve Valentine => Kenneth (The Gorilla Dissolution)
Todd Eric Andrews => Dr. Gunderson (The Workplace Proximity)
Anthony Rich => Director
Gay Linvill => Director
Mark Cendrowski => Director
Peter Chakos => Director
Adam Faberman => Writer
Anthony Del Broccolo => Writer
Chuck Lorre => Writer / Creator
David Goetsch => Writer
Eric Kaplan => Writer
Jeremy Howe => Writer
Jim Reynolds => Writer
Maria Ferrari => Writer
Steve Holland => Writer
Steven Molaro => Writer
Tara Hernandez => Writer
Barenaked Ladies => Songs
Bill Prady => Creator
Carol Ann Susi => Debbie Wolowitz (voice)
Jim Parsons => Sheldon Cooper
Johnny Galecki => Leonard Hofstadter
Kaley Cuoco => Penny
Kevin Sussman => Stuart Bloom
Kunal Nayyar => Raj Koothrappali
Mayim Bialik => Amy Farrah Fowler
Melissa Rauch => Bernadette Rostenkowski
Simon Helberg => Howard Wolowitz

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • The Convention Conundrum: Carrie Fisher and James Earl Jones, who played Princess Leia and Darth Vader in {Star Wars} respectively, had never met in real life before this episode, even though they play major characters in the original Star Wars movies. James Earl Jones would always be in a sound booth providing the voice of Darth Vader, and Carrie Fisher would be on set with David Prowse, who provided the physical acting of Darth Vader. This is paralleled in their scene together in this episode where we see Carrie Fisher on-screen , but only hear the voice of James Earl Jones, who is off-screen.
  • The Convention Conundrum: James Earl Jones came up with the idea of the scene where he rings Carrie Fisher's doorbell and runs away.
  • The Proton Displacement: Bill Nye winds up taking a restraining order out against Sheldon. Bill studied under Carl Sagan, who Sheldon said had also taken out a restraining order against him in {The Vacation Solution}.
  • The Raiders Minimization: When Leonard opens the door of his lab after having sex at work with Penny, he greets the person knocking saying "Hi, Si" (SImon, the actor's name) rather than "Hi, Howard" (the character'a name). Leonard answers saying 'Hi, Sorry'
  • The equations written on the boards in various episodes that Leonard (Johnny Galecki)and Sheldon (Jim Parsons) are working on, are real physics equations and are verified as accurate by consulting physicists.
  • The Proton Displacement: Bob Newhart won his first and as of 2017 only Primetime Emmy for this episode. He was first nominated (for writing) in 1962.
  • The Scavenger Vortex: While riding with Howard, Amy looks through his MP3 player and makes fun of him for listening to 'Weird Al' Yankovic. In reality, Mayim Bialik is actually a huge Weird Al fan.
  • Wil Wheaton's house number (1701) is the same as the hull number of the U.S.S. Enterprise on Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987).
  • Barry Kripke (John Ross Bowie) has exactly the same speech impediment as cartoon character Elmer Fudd, also a Warner Brothers character.