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Mother (Kath) and daughter (Kim) are obsessed with celebrity culture and fancy themselves celeb wannabes in their own mall-centric world. Both actresses have perfected the red-carpet catwalk, for instance, with the perfect hair-toss, which nobody but each other--and the viewer--really notices. One of the best bits about the two leads is their penchant for mangling words as they put on airs (think Archie Bunker meets Married with Children…). The malapropos alone make the series worth watching. In making some silly point, Kath declares, in her closing line: "Ipso fatso." Argument won. But if Kath and Kim are shallower than the Los Angeles River, they do have big hearts underneath--which gives the series its balance.
Extras include deleted scenes, a gag reel that's truly over-the-top, and spot-on commentary by stars Shannon, Blair, Mikey Day, and John Michael Higgins, as well as the show's executive producers and writers. A lot of talent goes into making these women so perfectly dim. --A.T. Hurley "
I gave this to my sister for Christmas she has not stopped watching it. It was one of her favorite shows before it was taken off the air.Published 3 months ago by John Himes
this show alway cracked me up, I'll never understand why it didn't last. Selma Blair at her snotty, obnoxious bratty best as Kim is hilarious. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
While I do like both these ladies the show can be passed on it all seems poorly done which is a shame cause both women are funnyPublished 5 months ago by jon vega
Most viewers and critics hated this show - I didnt. It's sunny in the way I founf The Comeback funny. 17 episodes in the set, a nice bargain.Published 7 months ago by Bob1