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  • Actors: Rob Schneider, Dina Spybey-Waters, Ron Eldard, Justine Bateman, Ken Marino
  • Writers: Jim Longstreet, Joe Becker, Matthew Carlson
  • Producers: Tim Ryder
  • Format: Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Shout Factory
  • DVD Release Date: February 13, 2007
  • Run Time: 30 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000KGH0A2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #68,625 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Men Behaving Badly - The Complete Series" on IMDb

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  • 35 episodes on four discs

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35 Hilarious Episodes, Including 7 Never Seen On TV!

Want to know what "real men" are like? Best friends and roommates, Kevin (Ron Eldard, E.R.) and Jamie (Rob Schneider, Deuce Bigelow) are devoted to prolonging their adolescence. Kevin's girlfriend, Sarah (Justine Bateman, Family Ties), is determined to civilize Kevin, but his bad-boy charisma teamed with Jamie's immoral support are hard to fight.

In the irreverent sitcom's second (and final) season, Jamie takes on a new roommate, Steve (Ken Marino, Veronica Mars), who's equally keen on reclaiming that "boyish charm."

Based on the hit British series, NBC's Men Behaving Badly was originally broadcast from 1996 to 1997. It pushed the boundaries of sitcom humor to all new extremes, promising 22 full minutes of laughter in every episode!

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Retrosexuals are back, baby, and between "Man Laws" and Rob Schneider's unaccountably successful film career, this short-lived 1996 Americanized remake of the popular Britcom should behave much better on DVD than it did in the Nielsen ratings. Schneider stars with Ron Eldard (ER) as Jamie and Kevin, childhood friends and roommates. Jamie puts the "id" in idiot with his Kramer-like body spasms and double takes whenever in the presence of a hot babe. He's the slacker type who uses underpants as a coffee filter and endangers an impending job interview so he can surreptitiously rummage through the belongings of his beautiful new neighbor who has unwisely given him her keys. "First impressions can be unfair," she tells him, "but you really seem like a jerk." That's an understatement. Kevin has a slightly more evolved attitude toward women (in the first episode, he queries whether sex is still consensual if his partner falls asleep during it). He at least has a girlfriend, Sarah (Justine Bateman of Family Ties). While the pathetic Jamie struggles just to get to first base, Kevin wrestles with his commitment issues. The situations are predictable (in one episode, Jamie pretends to have a child so he can date a single mother) as are many of the jokes. "They're tire models," Jamie states in one episode during a disastrous double date. "They're used to being rotated."). But you've got to admire Schneider's steadfast commitment to his rude muse without regard for audience empathy.

Eldard and Bateman departed after the end of the first season, but hold those jumping sharks. Schneider took top billing and welcomed a new and equally stunted roommate, Steve (Ken Marino). Both were well matched with female foils. Dina Spybey, who has a young Goldie Hawn's ditzy charm, enjoys an expanded role as Jamie's neighbor, Brenda; Jenica Bergere is Steve's new girlfriend, Katie. Men Behaving Badly may not rank in the "Must-See" pantheon, but especially for Schneider fans, it makes for great boys' night in viewing. Beer, chips, and supermodels not included. --Donald Liebenson

Customer Reviews

I had no problems with any dvds.
Claire
Now I'm not sure if that's good or bad due to the quality of acting, but still a joy nonetheless.
Eric D. Zdrojewski
I am so excited that it now on DVD and I'm really looking forward to watching it all over again.
Mon

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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Eric D. Zdrojewski on December 1, 2006
Format: DVD
I've been waiting for this comedy to be released on DVD for quite some time. Several years ago, I heard of it's impending release, only to find out it was the British Men Behaving Badly show. I was disappointed, to say the least. I was 16 when this show was on, but remember watching it every week. I also enjoyed Drew Carey and a Fred Savage-led show called "Working".

This show was basically the bachelor roommate that technically had been done several times before with varying degrees of results. The comedy was crude (especially for that period), but funny. One bit I remember, was when Jamie (Schneider's character), not finding any coffee filters, uses his underwear to make him morning coffee. Stupid, yes. Funny, definitely. Ron Eldard, played his buddy Kevin and Justine Bateman played Sarah.

The reason the show only gets 4 stars: Probably due to either lack of faith, lack of money, or lack of ratings (due to going up against The Cosby Show), Bateman and Eldard took off leaving Schneider carrying the comedic load with some less funny characters. The show was yanked off the air early in its second season. The good news with this DVD release, is the addition of 7!! never-before-seen episodes from season 2. Now I'm not sure if that's good or bad due to the quality of acting, but still a joy nonetheless. I will be purchasing this one and will laugh my [...] off. Cheers!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By MICHAEL PHELAN on December 30, 2006
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This show was one of the funniest shows ever!! I have a VHS tape of a few episodes and I'm very happy to see a DVD coming out. I've been checking around for a few years to see if I could get my hands on something like this!!!

It was a shame that the cast could not get along. The first season was so funny. The second season bombed, I stopped watching after the first couple episodes. This DVD is definitely worth it!!!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Alan Krug on September 5, 2010
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I remember loving this show years ago and mourned that it ended so suddenly. The writing was witty, sharp and had us men pegged down.

Watching these episodes now makes me wonder if it were shown again following or during the lineup of TWO AND A HALF MEN and BIG BANG THEORY if it wouldn't be a hit? There hasn't been a funnier scene in a comedy than watching Jamie making coffee in the first episode.

These DVD's came quickly are in perfect condition. Very pleased
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By R. Brooks on December 4, 2006
Format: DVD
I totally love this show and was mad as h---! when it was taken off.Why do studios put shows up against high rated shows on other networks is beyond me.Especially when they are starting out. Rob has some of the best comedic ablility in the business.It surely showed in this show and in all the movies he's done. I hope he looks for another venue someday in tv, but am glad he is entertaining us in the movies.Thank so much for bring this show to DVD, I will definitely buy it. RB
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mon on October 31, 2007
Format: DVD
I used to watch this show when it was on the air and I loved it. I thought Rob Schneider and Ron Eldard did a great job and I was really sad when it got cancelled. It used to be my favorite show. I am so excited that it now on DVD and I'm really looking forward to watching it all over again.

This show is not for everyone and you really need to appreciate this type of comedy to get into it. I still remember some of the great lines from this show and wondered if it would ever be available. I just got the DVDs and since my husband has never seen it, I'm looking foward to introducing it to him.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By rtrader on May 16, 2009
Format: DVD
I was a fan of the first season with Ron Eldard and Justine Bateman. Like most of the reviewers here, I enjoyed their chemistry and I thought a number of the episodes were very funny (I used to watch them over and over on my VHS tapes until I lost them). I also am glad to see it on DVD. I discovered this show midway into the first season, and I missed the earlier (the ones with Julia Campbell) episodes. I don't recall seeing these in syndication (don't know if this show even made it to syndication, so it is a real treat to see the first Season 1 episodes. I also agree with a lot of the reviewers in that this show lost a lot of momentum with the departure of Ron Eldard and Justine Batemen. I didn't really take to the replacements, and the show lost a lot of its humor (which for me was created by the interactions of Eldard, Schneider, and Bateman, as much as from the writing).

Even though I lost interest early into the Season 2 run, I did watch all of the Season 2 episodes this time around, and most of them were entertaining, just not as funny as the earlier Season 1 episodes. If you watch the last unaired episode, Carpe Dino, you will see a very young Drake Bell (Drake & Josh).

Either way, if you enjoyed this show during the mid-90's, this DVD set will bring back these episodes, and you will also get to see the 7 unaired ones.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Noah Unsworth on April 6, 2007
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This show is genius and was one of my favorites. The characters and writing was hilarious. Rob Schnieder was the star of the show, but when Ron Eldard and Justine Bateman left the show after the first season he missed the great chemistry he had with them and the show suffered. The replacements didn't have the same talent level and it felt like Schnieder was trying too hard to make up for it.

"Jamie, let me ask you something, okay? If a couple, say like Sarah and I, have a cooling-off period. What does that mean?"

"I'm sure it varies from relationship to relationship, but for me, it means you're shot out of a canon into a sea of FLESH."

"Well, apparently, Sarah agrees with you."
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