Danny Phantom 3 Seasons 2006

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Season 2
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(98) IMDb 8/10
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17. Kindred Spirits TV-Y7 CC

Danny won't admit his jealousy of Sam's new crush, Gregor. Instead he convinces himself that Gregor is an undercover operative for the Guys in White.

Starring:
David Kaufman, Martin Mull
Runtime:
25 minutes
Original air date:
April 7, 2006

Kindred Spirits

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Season 2
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Product Details

Genres Adventure, Action, Comedy, Kids & Family
Director Gary Conrad, Daniel de la Vega, Butch Hartman
Starring David Kaufman, Martin Mull
Supporting actors Matt Nicholas, AnnaSophia Robb
Season year 2006
Network Nickelodeon
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Customer Reviews

One of the few cartoons I loved to watch with my kids.
Kelly L. Taylor
Much to my pleasure, the episode listing on the DVD wrap matched the episode listing on the discs!
S. Ponce
The jokes in this show are really cheesy, but in my opinion it is the reason why it is so awesome!
Vaikinglee

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By D. P. Dahlke on November 9, 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
First off, I got 4 discs with my season 2, unlike the 3 mentioned in the title. After looking at a season guide, it appears to be only the season 2 episodes and they're all there. But oh my god are they all out of order. They put "Memory Blank", the one that kick starts the season and explains the new logo on his costume, at the end of disc three. They put the two double episodes, "Reality Trip" and "Ultimate Enemy" on the last disc. And of course, they screw up the order of just those two and put "Reality Trip" first. My recommendation, if you got my version and want to watch them in order, put them all in a DVD changer. That way you don't have to take out and put in a disc every time to you want to watch the next one.

Oh, and for those who got the other incomplete version of season 2, return it and buy this one. It may be out of order, but at least it's all there as far as I know. Here's what's on it (and yes, they are in this order...).

DISK 1
Reign Storm, Pt.1
Reign Storm, Pt.2
Doctor's Disorders
Identity Crisis
Fenton Menace

DISK 2
Pirate Radio
The Fright Before Christmas
Micro-Management
Master of All Time
Beauty Marked

DISK 3
King Tuck
Double Cross My Heart
Kindred Spirits
Secret Weapons
Memory Blank

DISK 4
Flirting With Disaster
Double Episode: Reality Trip
Double Episode: Ultimate Enemy
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By S. Ponce on May 22, 2012
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Good news everyone, I just received this set in the mail today. Much to my pleasure, the episode listing on the DVD wrap matched the episode listing on the discs! I ordered from the user ROUTE 66, and it also arrived incredibly quickly.

I read somewhere that the first run of products were the only ones affected by the wrong episode listing, but I promise the one that I received is perfect and in order!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Neo Yi on November 13, 2008
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Season Two, barnone, is my favorite season of "Danny Phantom". After the first season established the characters and stories, this one takes them further and creates a deeper, more complex offering that culminates in a satisfying season finale.

The season starts of perfectly with a large tribute to the first 20 episodes by telling Danny Phantom's origin and large continuity nods to past episodes. Outside of a forced Danny/Sam romance (and a haphazard way of throwing in his "DP" logo), the episode wonderfully starts off Season Two. "Doctor's Disorder" presents a nice boost for Tucker and a mysterious plot centering on Spectra remains engaging, but is nothing to speak about. "Pirate Radio" is an excellent character development story for Danny who takes full responsibility by concentrating on the weirdness going on with the adults' sudden disappearance despite his friends and peers partying away. "Reign Storm" continues forth by wrapping up what "Public Enemies" started as Danny risks his very life to save his town despite their constant accusation. Along with it, the romance plot moves and Sam has a rival in the form of Valerie. There's also a keen team-up from friends and foes alike to battle a powerful enemy. Under slightly different circumstances, I would have liked this to have been the series finale then the mixed, abysmal "Phantom Planet".

"Identity Crisis" provides a lighthearted breather with antics from two split Dannys - one fun, the other all hero - in all its Looney Tune-ish glory. "The Fenton Menace" isn't the best Jazz-episode, but it again supports her character growth and lets her know she doesn't have to be such an uptight "adult" all the time, as well as realize her younger brother is growing up. He doesn't need to hold her hand anymore.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Bryan Lane on September 22, 2008
Format: DVD
3 stars. Viacom, you idiots, you have the season dividings wrong! They have the seasons split- Season 2 is only half of season 1 and the first several episodes of season 2! Which means this DOES NOT have the best episode ever, The Ultimate Enemy, my reason for snagging Season 2 first! Props for DP DVDs, anti-props for deceptive labelling! >:(
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By dpfan on April 4, 2012
Format: DVD
I found & bought this at Wal-Mart and wasn't happy to find some episodes missing (Memory Blank along with The Ultimate Enemy Parts 1 & 2) and different ones (Micro- Management, Beauty Marked, and Masters of all Time) on the 2 disks. I <3 DP; but I wasn't happy to find that the information on the cover was wrong on what was really on the DVDs. Also, looking on the back to looks like Secret Weapons is going to be on it, but it's not listed on the disks.

I really would like to have the episodes in the season listed correctly on the DVDs.

I just don't want someone else being unhappy if there copy is the same.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Allebasii on April 7, 2012
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When I first preordered this DVD, I was very excited to finally be able to watch The Ultimate Enemy, because I'd only seen it once when I was younger and can only remember bits and pieces of it. The shipping was fast (only two days after it came out) and the second it got here I rushed to my room to watch it, only to be disappointed.

On the case, the episodes included were listed as follows:
DISC ONE:
Memory blank
Doctor's disorders
Pirate radio
Reign storm part one
Reign storm part two

DISC TWO:
Identity crisis
Fenton menace
The ultimate enemy part one
The ultimate enemy part two
The fright before Christmas.

In reality, the episodes on the actual DVD are:
DISC ONE:
Reign storm part one
Reign storm part two
Doctor's disorders
Identity crisis
Fenton menace

DISC TWO:
Pirate radio
The fright before Christmas
Micro-management
Masters of all time
Beauty marked

As you can see, both "The Ultimate Enemy" and "Memory Blank" are missing entirely, while micromanagement, masters of all time, and beauty marked aren't even on it!!

So yeah, if you don't care about quality, go ahead and buy this DVD. If you want something well-made, I'd wait until something better comes along, IR just download the individual episodes from Amazon, which once I return this joke of a DVD, I'm probably going to end up doing.
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