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The two-disc set of Men's first season offers a handful of entertainment extras, most notably a pair of very funny commentaries by Romano, Royce, Braugher, and Bakula for the pilot and season finale. In between good-natured digs at Braugher's Julliard education, the show runners discuss changes made to the pilot and the origin of several story elements (in particular, the pilot's seemingly indestructible possum). The deleted scenes offer the material cut from the pilot, as well as from subsequent episodes; all contain intriguing bits of character development and dialogue instead of the usual extraneous throwaways. Gag reels are usually painful experiences, but Romano's comic skills make this a highlight, as does a jaw-dropping barrage of improvisations by Manfrellotti during the Chinese restaurant scene from "The New Guy." A brace of short, network-provided interviews with the leads, as well as a series overview, closes out the set. --Paul Gaita
Plain and simple - This is a great show. Deals with reality , drama and comedy all mixed into one. The only down fall I have is with Ray Romano who I happen to think is a lousy... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Robert J. Joos Jr.
I bought this because I thought Scott Bakula did a great job playing "Captain Jonathan Archer"
on the decade-old 98-episode TV series "Star Trek: Enterprise"... Read more
This show has the perfect blend of comedy and drama. All the actors are excellent, you really believe they are life-long friends. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Nancy Harrison Mulhern
So bummed this only lasted a couple seasons. Quality television. Good for watching one show at a time or a couple given the length- about 45 minutes/each.Published 6 months ago by georgina
Funny, heartwarming and thought-provoking show. We really enjoyed all episodes of season one and now need to buy season 2.Published 8 months ago by Mar G
As the description says "a bracingly honest comedy-drama about the joys and pitfalls of middle age."... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Steve Axworthy
After 3 years, I still love this show and wish that somehow it would be revived. It was mature, honest and relatable.Published 9 months ago by LDLewis
I just loved the series! So very sad to see it end - but now I have the episodes forever!Published 10 months ago by Kristen Rapp
Fairly shallow but I enoyed it. It was nice to see Ray Romano in a different role one that is a less obnixious.Published 13 months ago by Loretta Hoenen