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Hung: Season 2

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Hung: The Complete Second Season (DVD)

HBO® presents the Season Two premiere of Hung®, the hit comedy series from Colette Burson and Dmitry Lipkin (The Riches), and starring Thomas Jane, Jane Adams and Anne Heche. Set in the (still) recession-plagued suburbs of Detroit, Hung continues to revolve around the unorthodox efforts of divorced teacher/coach Ray Drecker (Jane) to generate extra cash – by selling his "winning tool" to desperate women.

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In its second season, HBO's Hung continues to explore the dark side of the American Dream--with humor--through one of TV's odder couples. After losing his house and facing the end of his teaching gig, Ray Drecker (Thomas Jane) is trying to get his life back on track. In his off-hours, he doubles as Richard, a happiness consultant. His handler, Tanya (Jane Adams), tries to bring in more clients, but business partner Lenore (Rebecca Creskoff) proves a formidable opponent. Meanwhile, Ronnie (Eddie Jemison) wants to have a baby with Jessica (Anne Heche), and twins Darby (Sianoa Smit-McPhee) and Damon (Charlie Saxton) are still bickering.

While Ray is entertaining the ladies--including the married neighbor with whom he's having an affair--fellow baseball coach Mike (Clark Gregg) is going through a midlife crisis of his own until he meets Frances (Chicago Hope's Roxanne Hart, very good), a widow who thinks he's also a gigolo, a situation Tanya complicates when she takes advice from veteran pimp Charlie (Lennie James). Says Tanya to Ray after Damon (accidentally) tries his first pot-laced pastry, "I'm good in a crisis." Replies Ray, "You are a crisis."

If Hung remains engaging, the second year doesn't make as much of an impact as the first, though Jane and Heche continue to do fine work (Creskoff and Adams come close to caricature at times). As a whole, the series, which was renewed for a third year, feels like it's in a holding pattern, with the exception of Damon, who becomes less off-putting and more sympathetic as he forms an identity separate from his sister, who resents his success. The most notable guest director is Lisa Cholodenko (The Kids Are All Right), who helms "Beaverville," in which Jess spots a furry creature--the four-legged kind--in the basement. --Kathleen C. Fennessy


Special Features

Hung: Inside the Series - Behind-the-scenes look at the making of Hung: Season 2

Deleted Scenes

5 Audio Commentaries with Colette Burson, Dmitry Lipkin, Angela Robinson, Brett C. Leonard, Julia Brownell, & Kyle Peck

Product Details

  • Actors: Thomas Jane, Jane Adams
  • Format: AC-3, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English, Spanish, French
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: G (General Audience)
  • Studio: HBO Studios
  • DVD Release Date: October 21, 2014
  • Run Time: 350 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (732 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003L77GPG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,435 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Hung: Season 2" on IMDb

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I've watched seasons I and II of Hung with mixed emotions. In season II I'm heading more toward dropping it, due largely to the writing and in some increasing sense, the casting.

The premise, that Ray Drecker is a high school coach (getting laid off in this season) by day, and reluctant male prostitute by night, totally sparks my interest. Current, provocative, a story seed that can grow and blossom in any number of interesting ways. However the writers just aren't going anywhere at all with this. The shock value of an average Joe using his biggest endowment to earn a salary wore off in Season I. We saw Ray awkwardly executing his first few jobs, we saw him come to terms, sorta, with his status as male prostitute, we saw Tanya the poet totally get off on the vision of herself as a pimp. Enter the evil conniving woman who tries to take over the business for a bit of intrigue and stress. And that... is pretty much where we have Season II as well. And the first few episodes of Season III. Nothing much is happening that's new, and they've explored most of the avenues opened in the first several episodes of the entire series. There simply isn't any freshness in the story line.

Another problem I have is the relative sexiness of the show. I'm a woman - the target client of this fictional male gigolo - and what I'm seeing is more of a male-fantasy version of a man giving women what they want so much they're willing to pay $600 a pop for it. For instance one recurring theme is that Ray drops his pants to show a woman his size, and they immediately become obsessed with having him. [A thousand online dating clients with cell phone cameras will tell you that this approach does not seem to actually entice your average woman] I'm not really getting the sex appeal.
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After completeing season two of "Hung" in the late summer of 2010, HBO has already announced the second year will soon be finding its way onto DVD and Blue Ray shelves. If that isn't enough good news, the cable station has stated that season three of "Hung" has been ordered and will air, as usual, during the summer in 2011.

"Hung" deals with the adventures of a good-looking basketball coach named Ray (played to perfection by mega-stud Thomas Jane) living in a suburb of Detroit. In order to make ends meet he enters the escort business as he possess a rather large bodily "tool" that lots of women find most attractive. The series deals with his interactions with his former wife, played beautifully by Anne Heche, as well as his two children. The second season mainly deals with Ray's involvement with his two female pimps, Lenore and Tanya, who both have different ideas in making Ray a huge success.

This season, like season two, has 10 entertaining and well-written thirty minute episodes. Here is a list of those shows along with their original airdates.

1. "Just The Tip", June 27, 2010
2. "Tucson Is The Gateway To Dick, or This Is Not Sexy", July 11, 2010
3. "Mind Bullets or Bang Bang Bang..." , July 18, 2010
4. "Sing It Again, Ray or Home Plate", July 25, 2010
5. "A Man, a Plan, or Thank You, Jimmy Carter", August 1, 2010
6. "Beaverland", August 8, 2010
7. "The Middle East Is Complicated", August 15, 2010
8. "Third Base or The Rash", August 22, 2010
9. "Fat Off My Love or I Am The Alllergen, August 29, 2010
10. "Even Steven or The Luckiest Kid In Detroit", September, 12, 2010
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This is one of the funniest series to hit TV. They left us hanging when canceled after three seasons. This cancellation is very hard to stomach. A great show with great actors. I thoroughly enjoyed the three years we did get however.
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I can see why the show was cancelled. If you have one character that brings the show down, you cut them out, but this is a show that probably found it hard to get rid of said characters. For me it was Tanya. I thought maybe after one season she'd get better. Once Charlie came along, I thought, maybe she'd learn a thing or two. Nope. She was the same person from season one, an awkward sociopath, that kept f!@#ing it all up for Ray. The writing depended on her screwing a thing or two, and stringing it along for a couple episodes while they played patch-up. If they cut her out and made the show episodic, each episode a new John (or is it Jane with gigilos?), and Ray growing somehow out of it, like they had done from time to time, it would have been great. Lenore was great. She knew her place and Ray's and evolved as she saw fit. Tanya on the other hand, stayed in her cocoon and just banged her head against it every episode, not realizing she was rocking the boat the whole time. Started watching it because I was working on a project at home and needed something to play in the background. Tells you how annoying and destructive to the show she was when I just to take time off from my DIY project to write this and work on finding something else to watch.
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Not quite as good as season 1, but still amusing. The entire premise of the show (that a large wanker is all women want) is faulty. Size doesn't really matter. Your biggest sex organ is between your ears. But, that being said, I think this series is funny and depicts real everyday problems that ordinary people can relate to. I'm not sure where they are going with the odd twins, maybe nowhere, but I've sort of been expecting that some issues there will be resolved. Good character development although I didn't like how Tanya starts consulting with a proper pimp. That was unrealistic and I expected Tanya to grow a backbone more than she did. However, the Anne Heche character is growing one. I'll definitely watch season three. I'd never heard of Thomas Jane before watching this but I think he did a great job. Don't watch if you're a prude, or have kiddies around.
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