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When free-spirited yoga instructor Dharma Finkelstein meets conservative attorney Greg Montgomery, it's love at first sight. Unfortunately, there is absolutely no love in the air when Dharma's hippie parents and Greg's blue-blood establishment parents finally meet after their children have already married at a drive-thru chapel in Reno. With friends and family all suggesting that a quick annulment would be best, it's no surprise that the couple begins to second-guess their impulsive nuptials. But it's soon evident that nothing can stand in the way of true love!
Opposites most definitely attract, but the inevitable conflict and dawning sense of the immense challenges of co-existing with one's opposite generally doom such relationships to quick failure. In this 1997 Fox Television sitcom, Dharma Finkelstein (Jenna Elfman), a free-spirited yoga instructor, and Greg Montgomery (Thomas Gibson), a conservative lawyer from the U.S. Attorney's office, catch sight of one another on the subway, impulsively fly to Reno, and get married the very same day. There are bound to be some rough days ahead for the new couple and, indeed, their first fight follows quickly as Greg bemoans Dharma's propensity to say whatever is on her mind regardless of social proprieties. The first meeting between Dharma's hippie parents (Mimi Kennedy and Alan Rachins) and Greg's ultra-conservative parents (Susan Sullivan and Mitchel Ryan) is expectedly problematic and parental friction figures prominently throughout this first season. Whether it's personal routines, cherished celebrations, politics, relationships with friends, or philosophies on discipline, Dharma and Greg can be counted on to see just about everything from opposite perspectives and their conflicting views infallibly collide full force, generating an explosion of comedy on impact. Bonus features include audio commentary on selected episodes, a featurette on the creation and maturation of the show and its characters that features interviews with the executive producers and many of the actors, the original post-show vanity cards that aired briefly after some episodes, and an interactive "Reaching Your Inner Dharma" game that tests viewers trivia knowledge and ability to think like Dharma. --Tami Horiuchi
I LOVE this show and wish more seasons were available for purchase.
The star deduction is for the packaging. This set comes in two skinny dvd cases with a sleeve. Read more
One of the best shows that ever went off the air! I am loving it!Published 1 month ago by Lori Boggs
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As would I - it's been quite a while since the first season came out - is the next season coming out? Or bring on a boxed set - it'd be worth 2 sets of season one to have them all!
Nov 7, 2006 by Arwen Gunter | See all 42 posts
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I know what you mean! I live in Aus and Season One and Two are available down here, but no release dates for the other three seasons! At the moment I have to stick with reruns on TV, which sucks because I like watching things in order to watch development etc. I emailed fox but have had no... Read More
Nov 13, 2009 by kellie | See all 3 posts
I've been looking for this for years! Now I can erase the priceless gems (including "the shower" and "the Olympics" episodes) I've been saving on the cable DVR. It is wonderful and hilarius with great writing, direction, and ensemble acting!
Jun 25, 2007 by Pix | See all 4 posts
Yes it goes all the way through. I think you are talking about the end frame before it goes to "4 to 6 foot" where it reads CHUCK LORRE PRODUCTIONS and then he thanks people for stopping to read his vanity notes? There he talks about different things.
Jun 21, 2007 by S. Thompson | See all 4 posts
|Dharma wearing tight jeans||
you're probably better off catching her in the Two and a Half Men episode where she's the crazy hot chick
Feb 11, 2010 by SandraSunbeam | See all 2 posts