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The three-disc presentation of Men of a Certain Age's second season is anchored by commentaries by the show's key players on all 12 episodes. Romano and Royce are the dominant voices, and the humor that they and fellow writers Bridget Bedard, Lew Schneider, and Tucker Cawley provide also allows for glimpses into the show's production as well as what might have happened in its third season. Romano, Royce, Bedard, and Schneider additionally appear on a solid featurette that discusses the tone and direction of the series in fine detail. There is also a brace of deleted scenes from both seasons, as well as a frequently funny gag reel, all of which should appeal to the show's small but dedicated cadre of fans. But more significantly, what those viewers can take away from this final season is not just the excellence of the episodes, but also the fact that Men of a Certain Age belongs in the ranks of such extraordinary works as Freaks and Geeks, Deadwood, Sports Night, Arrested Development, Veronica Mars, and other series that slipped the surly bonds of the medium and truly defined the phrase too good for television. --Paul Gaita
This was an awesome series, great acting and compelling story lines.
I would like it if the networks would leave on the good show's and take off all the bad ones and there are so many of them.
Men of a Certain Age was the best show in the history of television and it is a crying shame it was cancelled.
This is seriously a fantastic show and such a shame it was cancelled way too prematurely. It has everything you could ever want out of a television show, highly recommended.Published 3 months ago by Joey
Why o why did they cancel this amazing series? The writing is fantastic, the characters wonderful and the actors who bring them to life do an amazing job - Ray Romano, Andre... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kate Southam
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
One of the best shows ever to be produced. Not all people might like this show, specifically woman who think men are pigs. Read morePublished 6 months ago by rdkmco
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 8 months ago by Nancy Harrison Mulhern
I like things of the ilk of Parenthood, Friday Night lights, etc... this totally fits in that general genre. I'd give it 5 stars but one of the CDs was broken on arrival.Published 8 months ago by georgina