May 31, 2005 Releases
The Complete Third Season
Season three of The Dukes of Hazzard originally aired from September 1980 to April 1981, and it saw Rick Hurst settle into the regular role of Deputy Sheriff Cletus. Deputy Enos Strate (Sonny Shroyer) had left Dukes to star in his own ill-fated spin-off, but Luke, Bo, and Daisy continued to both fight the system and dish out laughs. This four-disc 23-episode collector's set includes the following features: "A Special Welcome" - Season Introduction by Tom Wopat, John Schneider, and Catherine Bach; "DukeVision," an on-camera commentary on episode four by cast members; "Bo, Luke & Daisy: Just Good Ole Friends - The Stars Reminisce"; and "Dukes Family Tree," with series creator Gy Waldron. Be sure to watch this DVD set, and remember to catch up on your Dukes of Hazzard trivia before the movie hits theaters this summer!
Many agree that the second season of Home Movies is superior to the first. Brendon, Jason, Paula, and Coach McGuirk are back in 13 funnier-than-ever episodes, and the creators have done our eyes a favor by dropping Squigglevision in favor of Flash animation.
Each of the three discs in this set comes with its own list of extras, including commentaries, interviews, music, and animated shorts.
Seasons One and Two
The first two seasons of Moonlighting saw the show go from a mid-season replacement to a hit in its own right. Former model Maddie Hayes (Cybill Shepherd) is robbed and abandoned by her accountant, but she's left in possession of a failing detective agency run by the irritatingly attractive David Addison (Bruce Willis). Maddie and David team up, and the sexual tension between them builds as they embark on one mystery-solving adventure after another. They are joined by a diverse assortment of guest stars, such as Tim Robbins, Vincent Schiavelli, Whoopi Goldberg, and Orson Welles.
This six-disc DVD set comes with tons of features, including commentaries, bloopers, deleted scenes, "The Story of Moonlighting," and more. If that's not enough, you're also sure to enjoy the surprisingly good songs that make up each episode's soundtrack.
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