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Just Shoot Me: Season 3

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The sassy stars of Blush magazine are back with more hilarity in the third season of JUST SHOOT ME! Join Maya, Jack, Nina, Elliott and Finch for 25 side-splitting episodes of the six-time Emmy®-nominated and seven-time Golden Globe®- nominated series. This witty ensemble comedy explores the often tumultuous and always hysterical dynamic between five quirky staff members of a high fashion magazine. Available on digitally re-mastered DVD for the first time, the deadlines, models and hangovers are even more hilarious than you remember. Funny has never been so fashionable!

Just Shoot Me: The Complete Third Season continues the situation comedy's irresistible premise about a politically progressive writer taking an unlikely position as staff journalist at her father's glitzy fashion magazine for women. While Maya (Laura San Giacomo) still attempts to maintain her principles and dignity at an office full of supermodels and shallow designers, life goes on at the vibrant and sexy journal. There are no changes in the cast or among major characters from the previous two seasons of Just Shoot Me, allowing for both continuity and building on existing relationships. Maya's connection to her father, Jack (George Segal), is still rocky as the publisher can't seem to transcend his superficial view of her while fretting that he isn't taken seriously in the business world as an important CEO or among his staff as a regular guy. Maya's relationship with photographer Elliot (Enrico Colantoni) is both sweetening and deepening, though not to the extent that a romantic relationship is in the offing--yet. Nina (Wendie Malick) still confounds as a former fashion icon grappling with middle age, and Dennis Finch (David Spade), Jack's assistant, is still trying to be taken seriously as an adult. Season highlights include the opener, "What the Teddy Bear Saw," in which Dennis' weekend of lust with Jack's babysitter (Ana Gasteyer) turns out to have been caught on a nanny-cam tape. In "Steamed," Maya discovers the extent to which Jack will manipulate her to get his way when he sends her to convince a political reformer, who works above the magazine's offices, to give up space for a supposed daycare center. (In fact, Jack has no intention of opening a day care center.) "Two Girls for Every Boy" is a very funny story in which Dennis goes to great, great lengths to enact a fantasy of watching Maya have sex with a female model, having no idea the two women are putting him on. Dennis similarly develops some steam in "Maya's Nude Photos," in which Maya takes a photography class and is assigned to take a nude self-portrait. The episode is really about her growing trust with Elliot, who initially pans her class instructor but then realizes the assignment is important to her. The season ends on a delightful two-parter, in which Dennis, incredibly, strikes up a romance with a supermodel (Rebecca Romijn) on a relationship rebound, and genuinely comes to care for her. --Tom Keogh

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  • Actors: Laura San Giacomo, George Segal, Enrico Colantoni, David Spade, Wendie Mallick
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: February 24, 2009
  • Run Time: 551 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,075 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Just Shoot Me: Season 3" on IMDb

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39 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Conner Macleod VINE VOICE on December 19, 2008
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First of all, I'd like to thank the studio for releasing this excellent sitcom. I say it's better late than never even though I had given up hope that the rest of the seasons would be released. The first two seasons were released back in 2004 which pleased all us die hard 'Just Shoot Me' fans, but then no more releases came out and then the next release was cancelled for some unknown reason and we've been eagerly anticipating this moment ever since, even though it really didn't seem like it would happen.

Now onto the actual season, this is one of the funniest shows in the history of TV, and this offering showcases that perfectly. It stars Enrico Colantoni as Elliot DiMauro, Blush magazine's photographer extraordinaire and classic playboy. George Segal stars as Blush magazine's affable, obstinate and somewhat clueless owner and boss, Jack Gallo. Laura San Giacomo is great as Jack's daughter Maya, who works as an editor for the magazine. Then there's Dennis Finch portrayed by the actor/comedian David Spade of SNL fame, everybody's loveable troublemaker and smart alec who's always scheming to land dates or play a prank on his co-workers. Last but not least we have Nina Van Horn as the effervescent, vapid, superficial yet kind fashion editor played by Wendie Malick of 'Baywatch' fame. Together this ensemble cast provides uproarious moments of laughter on a consistent basis. This season has one of the best episodes out of the entire series, which is episode 10 entitled 'How the Finch Stole Christmas'. It's perfect for the holidays so it's too bad that this is not being released until February, but at least it will be there for next year's Christmas. The third season has the following episodes:

Season 3, Episode 1: What the Teddy Bear Saw: Great episode.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Neo on February 27, 2009
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I am so glad this has been released. I hope the rest of the series comes out as well. What a great TV series this is! I'm very excited to revisit these episodes.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Sinister on February 23, 2010
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In the time it took between the release of Seasons 1 & 2 and Season 3, I could have constructed these DVDs myself. I don't know what the problem was, and frankly, I don't care. I finally have another installment of Just Shoot Me to watch. Season 3 starts off with Finch (Spade) getting caught romping with Jack's daughter's nanny on a Nanny Cam hidden in a teddy bear. Hysterical. Over-the-top. There are so many great episodes in this season. Slow Donnie, where Elliott's brother Donnie is pretending to be retarded but keeps trying to pick up on Maya. The episode where Maya is convinced her new boyfriend (French Stewart, Harry from 3rd Rock) is sending her messages from his children's show through the puppets he uses. The one where Mark Hamill follows Finch around the office for a few days, bugging him to death about what he does, just to prove a psycho-fan point. And the two-part season ender where Finch toys with an emotially-vulnerable supermodel (Rebeca Romijn) to impress on old high school acquaintance and ends up marrying her when he realizes this is the best his ife could ever get. I could go through every one, but I won't. It is hysterical. Hilarious. Cutting humor and quick dialogue. Still fresh as the day it was shot. Now hopefully Season 4 will be here before I have to use bifocals to watch it. Awesome TV! Cannot go wrong.

DIG IT!!!!!!!!!!!!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By R. McAdams VINE VOICE on April 19, 2009
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So, Universal Studios (the copyright holders) and whomever else is financially involved with "Just Shoot Me," finally got around to releasing the third season of the show on DVD. But hey, what's almost 5 years among friends, right?

My first instinct was to not buy this, in order to punish the studios behind the boneheaded decisions to stop production and publishing of the show on DVD. But, in the end that would only hurt me, and the fans of the series. The mental giants behind these DVDs are not going to keep producing them, if they don't sell in the numbers they expect.

The show itself is great. I have been waiting for it for years, and it doesn't disappoint. It is a worthy comedy series to add to anyone's DVD collection. The third season is just as quirky, brilliant, and entertaining as the first and second seasons. Buy it, please, and maybe the studios who own the series won't make us wait another 4-5 years for season 4.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Servo VINE VOICE on April 19, 2010
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What is truly surprising about this set isn't that Sony finally resumed releasing season DVDs of Just Shoot Me! (after a five year hiatus due to low sales of the previous set) with the release of The Complete Third Season, but that the studio has again done the show and the fans proud by releasing it as yet another quality DVD release. All 25 wickedly witty Season 3 episodes are digitally remastered and unedited. The restored footage never ceases to amaze. The packaging is solid with especially nice and inspired artwork: two slimcases each designed like Blush Magazine covers featuring the cast and episode titles on the front all inside a slim outer box with cast photoshoot style cover art. On the back of each slimcase is a list of the episodes followed by a brief plot description. Discs 1 & 2 contain: Episodes 1-17 and Disc 3 contains: Episodes 18-25. The 3-disc (551 min.) set features Full Frame (1.33:1) video, English Dolby Surround audio, Closed Captioning for the hearing impaired.

Guest stars include: Ana Gasteyer ("Saturday Night Live"), J.P. Manoux ("ER"), Steve Carell ("The Office"), French Stewart ("3rd Rock From The Sun"), Mark Hamill ("Star Wars Trilogy"), David Cross ("Mr. Show"), Brian Dennehy ("Cocoon"), Tyra Banks ("The Fresh Prince of Bel Air"), Willie Garson ("Sex and the City"), David Clennon ("Thirtysomething"), Neal McDonough ("Boomtown"), Jere Burns ("Dear John"), Rebecca Romijn ("X-Men Trilogy"), Kenny Johnson ("The Shield") and more.

No doubt Sony debated long and hard over the release of Just Shoot Me! - The Complete Third Season. Fans will delight in the first-rate treatment the studio has given this release, despite the lack of extras.
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Just shoot me - sitcom
I'd skip season 7. Seasons 1-6 are great, but the network (NBC) forced a new character on the series in season 7, which led to its cancellation. Another example of a bunch of "suits" ruining a creative, witty, hilarious show with their meddling. Stupid NBC.
Feb 24, 2009 by Thomas L. Bell III |  See all 4 posts
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