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  • Actors: Heather Locklear, Andrew Shue, Courtney Thorne-Smith, Josie Bissett, Thomas Calabro
  • Directors: Barbara Amato, Bethany Rooney, Charles Correll, Chip Chalmers, James Frawley
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Full Screen, NTSC, Color
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 8
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: May 1, 2007
  • Run Time: 1452 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000MGBSI0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #69,687 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Melrose Place: Season 2" on IMDb

Special Features

  • All 31 episodes from the 1993-1994 season on eight discs
  • Complex Relationships
  • The Best of the Worst
  • Meet the Neighbors

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A nighttime soap opera about the lives, careers, trials and tribulations of a group of young people living in an apartment building in the trendy neighborhood of Melrose Place. The show was a spin off of Beverly Hills 90210 and starred Heather Locklear as the scheming Amanda Woodward, head of her own advertising agency and owner of the apartment building.

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In its second season, Melrose Place turned up the heat, resulting in a funnier, sexier series. Alison (Courtney Thorne-Smith) continues to see Billy (Andrew Shue), Jake (Grant Show) moves in with Jo (Daphne Zuniga), and Jane (Josie Bissett) divorces Michael (Thomas Calabro), who shacks up with Kimberly (Marcia Cross). That leaves Matt (the underused Doug Savant), who has an affair with a sailor; Amanda (Heather Locklear), who sets her sights on Jake; and Sydney (Laura Leighton), who sets hers on Michael. A lot changes during the year: Sydney turns to prostitution, Jo kills in self-defense, Amanda and Jo catch a voyeur in the act, and Michael and Kimberly end up in the hospital when he crashes their car. Though Michael recovers after a few episodes, Kimberly slips into a coma and then disappears. Michael is told she's died; fortunately for fans, he was misinformed. Kimberly eventually returns, but though she looks the same, she isn't. Turns out, she's now a certifiable loony--and she intends to make Michael pay. As she memorably tells Sydney in the season finale, "You're looking at human garbage... when Michael's dead, God's gonna do a jig."

By the end of the second year, one marriage will have taken place, while another will be called off at the last minute. After an entertaining, if overly earnest first season, Melrose Place had found its footing. The acting isn't always first-rate--the crying scenes are particularly unconvincing--but 31 episodes in one year must have been draining on the cast (most dramas top out at 23). Guest stars include Parker Stevenson as a high-tech millionaire, Gina Gershon as a waitress/call girl, Linda Gray as Amanda's estranged mother, and future X-Men star Famke Janssen as a high-class hooker. --Kathleen C. Fennessy

Customer Reviews

I also really started to appreciate Syd during Season 2.
JGC
Madness, murder, mayhem, and backstabbing abound as Billy, Alison, Amanda, Jo, Jake, Michael, Jane, and Matt try to live life.
Mikey Mike
After all, we are paying for these discs and we expect quality.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By JGC on July 14, 2007
Format: DVD
Season 2 was "Melrose Place's" breakout season; cementing it in primetime soap history forever. This is when "Melrose" really began to rock. There are tons of awesome eps during Season Two. Get Season Two and your DVD player will sizzle!!!

These are the Stars of Season 2, all were on the entire Season, unless otherwise noted:
Jo Reynolds (Daphne Zuniga)
Amanda Woodward aka Queen of the Jungle (Heather Locklear)
Dr. Michael Mancini (Thomas Calabro)
Billy Campbell (Andrew Shue)
Jane Mancini (Josie Bissett)
Alison Parker (Courtney Thorne-Smith)
Jake Hanson aka Handsome Hanson (Grant Show)
Matt Fielding (Doug Savant)
Reed Carter (James Wilder) - recurring from the middle of the Season, until Jo harpoons him!
Sydney Andrews (Laura Leighton) - recurring from the 2nd ep
Dr. Kimberly Shaw aka Zipper-Head (Marcia Cross) - recurring during the first half & last quarter

These were some notable Season 2 guest stars; none were on the entire Season:
Lauren (the ho) Ethridge (Kristian Alfonso)
Palmer Woodward (Wayne Tippit)
Bruce Teller (Stanley Kamel)
Dr. Katya Petrova (Beata Pozniak)
Nikki Petrova (Mara Wilson)
Marion Shaw aka Mother of Dr. Kook (Janet Carroll)
Steve McMillan (Parker Stevenson)
Robert Wilson (Steven Eckholdt)

Here's all the eps from Season Two:

Much Ado About Everything 9/8/1993
Amanda has a party at the building but makes Alison work late so she can be alone with Billy. Keith pays a homeless man to make filthy calls to Alison. Michael and Kimberly shack up.

A Long Night's Journey 9/15/1993
When Alison goes back to Keith's hotel room to take him to the airport he tells her that he has been stalking her and then tries to rape her!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Little Miss Cutey on January 27, 2007
Format: DVD
I think this season is already better than the first. It's so trashy and yet addictive and I love it.

Continuing right on from the end of last season, Amanda throws a party to celebrate her buying the building and moves into Rhonda's apartment. As you could probably guess, she starts setting her sights on Jake who is still with Jo. Michael gives Jane divorce papers, and plans to move in with Kimberly. Further on in the season, the drama continues as Sydney becomes a more permanent fixture. She's the evil and manipulative sister of Jane and she's the character you love to hate. Michael gets addicted to pain killers, Sydney blackmails Michael, Billy and Alison get engaged (but not before various troubles in their lives) and so on and so on and so on.

This has all the makings of a typical Aaron Spelling production and it is the kind of show you will take the phone off the hook for. I love it and can't wait to watch all these episodes again. Be warned; you will get hooked.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mikey Mike on February 7, 2007
Format: DVD
Season 2 picks up where Season 1 left off, but takes off in an entirely new direction. Gone are the mundane "after school special" lessons of the first season episodes. Madness, murder, mayhem, and backstabbing abound as Billy, Alison, Amanda, Jo, Jake, Michael, Jane, and Matt try to live life. The relationships between the characters become more complex. Amanda moves from messing things up between Billy and Alison, to driving a wedge between Jo and Jake. Alison and Billy become engaged, but as their wedding approaches Alison begins having horrible nightmares which lead to startling revelations about her father. Jo's new beau, Reed, kidnaps her and she ends up having to kill him. Michael and Kimberly become engaged and buy a beach house together; Michael "kills" Kimberly drunk driving, is blackmailed by Sydney into marrying her when she finds out, and later dumps Sydney when Kimberly comes back. Kimberly comes back wrong though, and runs Michael down in Jane's car, framing Jane. It's been years since I've seen this season so I don't really remember much about Jane's new relationship or what Matt did in this season (other than help Michael cover up his role in Kimberly's "demise").

I highly recommend this season, as this is when the show became a "must-see" hit. Also, Marcia Cross and Doug Savant (Desperate Housewives) and Courtney Thorne-Smith (According to Jim) aren't the only Melrose alum back on tv... check out the Courtney Cox show "Dirt" to see Grant Show (Jake on Melrose) in a very interesting role!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Daniel William Gonzales on February 8, 2007
Format: DVD
I was in high school when this show was on the air and every monday night was melrose place night. Remember the tagline "mondays are a bitch" with a big picture of Heather Locklear? This show was so much fun, I was too young to really get into Dallas or Dynasty or even Knott's Landing, so Melrose Place and 90210 were my primetime soaps! Season Two was when it really started getting good, season one was so boring, in these days of come and go TV shows, Melrose and 90210 were both lucky they survived such slow and sometimes absurd first seasons to really mature into addictive drama the way they did in their second seasons. I can't wait to buy this and I can't wait for season 3 which is the best season of the entire series, in which Kim blows up the building, we meet poor little rich girl Brooke and watch Alison become a raging alcoholic. So much fun, so much drama!
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