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  • Actors: Jay Mohr, Paula Marshall, Ryan Malgarini, Kathryn Newton, Al Madrigal
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: ABC Studios
  • DVD Release Date: February 9, 2010
  • Run Time: 424 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002W1HBIO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #144,339 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Gary Unhinged: Bloopers From Season One

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Funnyman Jay Mohr (JERRY MAGUIRE, SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE) delivers the laughs in the award-winning (People's Choice Award For Favorite New TV Comedy 2009) hit comedy GARY UNMARRIED: THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON. Newly single dad Gary Brooks (Mohr) is an uncomplicated guy trying to find his way in an increasingly complicated world. Gary's doing the best he can to raise his two kids with ex-wife Allison (Paula Marshall), while just beginning to stick his toe back into the dating pool after fifteen years of marriage...just in time for Allison to drop a major bombshell on him. Experience all twenty laugh-out-loud episodes in this 3-Disc Collection. Packed with never-before-seen bonus features, including a behind-the-scenes visit with Emmy Award-winning director James Burrows (CHEERS), GARY UNMARRIED: THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON is the comedy hit about trying to start over while still holding on to the things that really matter.

Bonus Features include: Gary Unhinged: Bloopers From Season One, Tuesday On The Set With Jay Spend A Day On The Set Of GARY UNMARRIED With Jay Mohr, Planet Begley Cast Member Ed Begley Jr. Brings His Eco-Friendly Expertise To The Set Of GARY UNMARRIED, The Chemistry Of Comedy Join The Cast And Crew For An All-Access Tour Of GARY UNMARRIED.

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This show is a family favorite.
Rose Guzman
The people really are cast well, and they meld great.
John S. Dean
The kids are just ok, very predictable.
Haunted Flower

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Joanna Mechlinski VINE VOICE on March 20, 2010
Format: DVD
Having become a fan of the funny Jay Mohr during his time on "Ghost Whisperer," I was excited to learn he'd gotten a show of his own and really had high hopes for it. However, while it does have some better episodes/moments than others, I do have to say that for the most part, there's really nothing to make this show stand out from scads of other predictable sitcoms.

The premise of the show centers upon Gary Brooks (Jay Mohr) having recently divorced his wife of many years, Allison (Paula Marshall). The two share custody of their teen children, Tom - a typically goofy, slightly lazy young male like his dad in many ways - and Louise, an overachieving perfectionist. Gary is self-employed as a painter, while Allison is a stay-at-home mom. While Gary is just beginning to get back into dating after many years of marriage, Allison has already found someone new, and is already engaged.

Many of the show's conflicts and humor stem from the differences between Gary's and Allison's personalities and parenting styles; Gary is very mellow and laid back, often bordering on irresponsible, while Allison is quite driven and super-organized in all areas of life. In her weaker moments, she worries that her children and others around her see her as someone who drains the fun out of their lives, and it further fuels the fights between her and Gary, as she faults his lack of responsibility with the reason for why she needs to be the way she is.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Haunted Flower on March 10, 2010
Format: DVD
Gary Unmarried - The Complete First Season TV on DVD Review
20 Episodes on 3 Discs Widescreen Edition (2010)

"Gary Unmarried" is a sitcom about a single dad paint contractor, Gary Brooks (Jay Mohr) who has a very workable relationship with his ex-wife, Allison (Paula Marshall) as they take care of the kids and fight. Paula is engaged to their marriage counselor Dr. Krandall played by Ed Begley Jr. and Gary is trying to date again after fifteen years of marriage and has managed to find another single-mom hottie Vanessa (Jaime King). Their son, Tom (Ryan Malgarini) is just getting interested in girls and their daughter, Louise (Kathryn Newton) is trying to save the world and has a crush on Al Gore.

I haven't watched comedy sitcoms since Home Improvement, Family Matters, and Seinfeld when I was younger so the first thing that struck me watching this first season of this show was the canned laughter. It takes a lot to get used to again, it just feels so phony. After a few episodes it started to feel familiar again, but the jokes are mostly just average. It's a bunch of situational comedy. Introduce conflict, have silly resolutions along the way, problem over. A list of typical situations: son dating, Gary dating the kids' teachers, Allison & her fiance getting cold feet, their daughter being TOO talented, meeting a new girlfriends' friends, whose house to have Thanksgiving at, the ex-wife and the new girlfriend getting along too well, etc.

Jay Mohr was great in Jerry Maguire, but just average here. He holds his own as star of the series, but the series itself isn't very memorable. His character, Gary is a lazy irresponsible dad who acts like a big kid. It's almost like Tim Allen's character from Home Improvement but without the tool snafus and he isn't married.
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful By D. E. PATTON on December 10, 2009
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I would've never started watching this if I was in the U.S. when I first saw it. I would've never caught my attention. Since I was deployed to Iraq, there were limited shows that came on TV and this was one of them. I watched it because the other shows were shows that were over 10 years old and I've pretty much seen them all. And I must say, it is a VERY good and entertaining show. I was truly impressed with it. It was the first show/series that I looked for on DVD when I returned from deployment. Needless to say, I was disappointed because it wasn't out on DVD. Now that it is (soon), I will be one of the first to get it. This is a must buy and a great adult show. Side note: Many kids under 13 may not get some of the jokes, but it's not really geared towards that audience.

A+

Semper Fidelis!
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By Robin Francis on June 21, 2014
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I love Gary Unmarried with a passion. I bought this copy for a friend and they are hooked also lol.
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People have been reviewing this about how "generic" it is, but I have never seen another show that did such a great job in the back and forth between divorced people. This is one of my all time favorite shows. But only Season 1.

Season 1 is great. The quips, the back and forth, the bashing of the ex wife's new fiancée due to his age, it's just very, very enjoyable. Some intelligent humor and great one liners. The people really are cast well, and they meld great.

It's a show about a divorced man and his ex wife and kids. Yes, it's been done. But I'm sorry, I really can't see any other show where it was done this well. There's no end to the byplay between Jay Mohr and Paula Marshall. Both are hilarious, and she's just adorable to watch in anything because she's so understatedly attractive. She's got the quick mouth for the comebacks, and handles the lines of dialog perfectly. Her and Jay complaining at each other really just works.

Season 2, not so much. They changed pretty much the entire supporting cast, and the whole show suffered. Had they had the same people from season 1, I can see this getting renewed for Season 3 and beyond, but with the cast they had for Season 2, it was almost painful to watch after the awesomeness that was Season 1. Jay and Paula couldn't save it on their own, which is too bad as they were so much fun to watch together.

Great show, definitely worth the cost of the DVD for Season 1, but there's nothing compelling for Season 2.
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