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Laguna Beach - The Complete Second Season

4.2 out of 5 stars 63 customer reviews

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The complete second season of the TV series Laguna Beach.

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Laguna Beach, the MTV hit about real-life rich kids in the coastal Orange County town, is too real to be a soap opera and too fake to be a reality series--and therein lies the rub. At least if Laguna Beach were a scripted drama, you could buy the suspended disbelief that a crush would just happen to appear in front of you as you're saying, "I wonder what he thinks about me." Or if it were truly a reality series, you can forgive the repeated exclamations of "This is going to be soooo fun, I am soo excited, you guys!" But because producers pull one too many puppet strings to heighten drama and add exposition, the sudsy guilty pleasure can be hard to watch. After all, how many times in a week can two guys pause in the middle of skateboarding to discuss their feelings? (This is addressed in the post-show interviews, where cast members spill that they're ordered to alert producers when they're about to dump someone so they can film the action in time.) Nonetheless, season two builds in addictive nature courtesy of alpha female Kristin (Cavallari, who later wound up a tabloid staple), now the narrator. She's the spice to season one narrator LC's sugar, a Mean Girl without the moral lesson. (Ironically, home movies featured on the DVD show Kristin, age 2, dressed as a witch for Halloween.) She unabashedly breaks hearts, "hooks up" with her friends' crushes, misleads her hangdog ex Stephen, and bashes rival blondes. If Kristin had less sense, she'd actually be a perfect match for perennial cheater Jason, whose "hotness" remains inexplicable given his inability to ignore his hormones. Don't miss Jason's interview in the bonus features, in which he repeatedly uses the words "bad," "stupid," and "I wasn't thinking" when confronted about his many dalliances.

Aside from the theatrics, this gang encounters prom, spring break trips to Mexico, graduation gifts from Tiffany, and charity fashion shows. College and parents are non-entities; "the new girl" comes with a lavish mansion, backstabbing gossip, and a personal hairstylist who gives her Barbie mop-locks. But for fans who know drama all too well, the Laguna Beach crew represents high school in Fantasyland, where your friends just happen to be beautiful and rich. -Ellen A. Kim


Special Features

  • 17 episodes from the 2005-06 season on 3 discs
  • Cast interviews
  • Laguna Memories: including cast home videos and childhood photos
  • Laguna Beach Highlights: Girls are Vicious and The Two Triangles
  • Laguna Guide to Love
  • Fight the Slide 2005
  • Behind the Season 2 Finale with the Cast
  • Seventeen Magazine cover shoot
  • Cosmo Girl Magazine photo shoot
  • Casting tapes
  • Season 3 sneak preview
  • Link to MTV Overdrive (DVD-ROM)
  • Deleted scenes

Product Details

  • Actors: Kristin Cavallari, Jessica Smith, Jason Wahler, Alex Murrel, Taylor Cole
  • Directors: Jason Sands
  • Writers: Gary Auerbach
  • Producers: Adam DiVello, Caroline Pessoa, Colin Nash, Craig Borders, Dave Sirulnick
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • 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: Paramount / MTV
  • DVD Release Date: August 8, 2006
  • Run Time: 367 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000F9T70U
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,559 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Laguna Beach - The Complete Second Season" on IMDb

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This show is pretty much the definition of a guilty pleasure, and I'm guilty all right: half of the people I know mock me for watching this show and the other half have no idea I watch because I would die of shame if they found out. My sister constantly questions why I watch LB and I have fine-honed my reasons:

-- I went to an overly academically geared high school, so never had the chance to gossip about the in-crowd hijinks of "hooking up" and drunken antics. I missed out on my prime gossip years!

-- It's a chance to see how the other (wealthier) half live... and mock them.

-- Anthropologists have determined that 60% of human communication involves talking about other people; watching "Laguna Beach" proves how human I am.

-- It's a chance to sit back and watch attractive, overly wealthy and pampered teenagers make each other miserable by gossiping, back-stabbing and stealing each other's boyfriends and objects of affection. It's like the real-life version of "Mean Girls" only without Tina Fey writing their lines for them. Less wit, better clothes!

The show is lots of fun if you've got the twisted sensibility to enjoy it. And the second season is much, much better than the first season, with more cat fights, break-ups, tears and "hook-ups" than ever.

My only caveat: watching this on DVD is really the best way to watch, just downing episode after episode right after each other, but I don't know about the necessity of owning them -- who would want to re-watch these episode over and over again? I'm pretty much of the opinion that no reality show is a must-have on DVD, so definitely Netflix/rent over buying.
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I like to watch this TV series for one simple reason - try not to feel jealous about how material/pretty their life may look like, feel happy for the fact that all of them have to grow up and go through all the necessary phases in their life like the others with no exception.

Growing up takes time and i am sure today, these teenagers are no longer the same as yesterday!

Zhao Yang
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I am very pleased with having ordered this DVD. You're probably wondering how I'm going to tell you about it when it hasn't been released, yet. I already have it because MTV sent it three weeks before its release date to everyone who pre-ordered it.

The DVD has pretty cool bonus features like Deleted Scenes, Interviews, Casting Tapes, Photos, Childhood Home Videos, A Preview for Season 3 (which is different than the one shown on the season two finale; and a little different from the one viewable at [...] like 4 featurettes, a preview for "Virtual Laguna Beach" (You create a character and live in Laguna Beach; very much like the Sims, only Laguna Beach-ized. For expample, you have to try and get a date for senior prom), and a lot of other stuff.

Definetly worthy of my $25! I'd reccomend it for any Laguna Beach fan or any who can stomach watching a group of rich teenagers.
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pretty fun to watch once, i don't know about repeat viewing, it's pretty interesting seeing how lauren transitioned from this show into who she was in "the hills", (that is, if you care about this meaningless stuff, guess i do)
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Laguna Beach is one of my classic guilty pleasures! I absolutely am ecstatic that i purchased it! The teens are wild, crazy, rich and some are even loveable.
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Watching the Laguna Beach series is a guilty pleasure that I regretfully admit I enjoy. These kids have EVERYTHING.
They are pretty spoiled, but most of them have managed to
be decent people, despite their lush surroundings. It is fun to see them interact, with the gorgeous backdrop of sun and surf. It's a lifestyle that most of us will never know, and maybe that is part of why it is so fascinating. They take it so for granted. A new Beamer from Daddy for graduation. A quick trip to Cabo. Blowing a couple thou in a boutique with your besties. And the pedicures!
This series was made about 6 or 7 years ago, so it would be
interesting to see where these kids are now. We know where Lauren Conrad and Kristin Cavalleri are, but the rest
are not really in the public eye. I wish they would do a followup special of "Where are they Now?" That would be a show I would watch!
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This is by far my favorite season of laguna Beach! I love its teen soap opera goodness...
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I love this show still and I am almst 35 years old. My plan is to wn ALL THE SEASONS
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