Newlyweds: Nick & Jessica: Season 1
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- All 10 Episodes from Season 1
- Never-before-Seen Footage
- Exclusive Interviews
- Jessica Moments/Nick Moments
- Music Videos
Top Customer Reviews
You had to know a show like this was waiting to happen. Nick and Jessica are the human equivalent of Ken and Barbie, and even their mansion resembles everything perfect and plastic about that perfect model of couplehood that Mattel peddles to the masses since the 1950s. Nick and Jessica are a likeable young couple and one can't help but watch at episodes in their lives that make interesting viewing. I didn't expect it to be so funny, with most of the humor coming from Jessica's bimbo moments, saying things you just can't believe a person that successful wouldn't know about (such as the much talked about "chicken or tuna", "I don't eat buffalo", and her not knowing about bears prowling for food at night or what rigor mortis is). It must be frustrating for Nick to deal with some of her "dumb blonde moments", but as she said in a game they played during a campfire: who needs intelligence when they have a body like hers?Read more ›
To sum it up: Other than the music deal, this is excellent!
I won't give it away, but the 2nd disk has some goodies on it for all their fans that you probably never saw on t.v. before. I think it would be safe to say that it was added to this DVD specifically for you to see when you bought the DVD. It is worth it too. I got mine at Walmart and I hope they release the second season as well....soon! So get yours and reap the rewards!
Thats what matters and not just seeing a show that hides the real life!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
4 stars only because the cases came with some sort of gross gunk on it. Like dirt caked on the edges. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Angela
If think good entertainment is sitting around and watching Jessica Simpson whine about everything this is the DVD for you. You get a glimpse of her beauty pageant mother. Read morePublished 14 months ago by S. T. Peterson