Reba - Season 2
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With these new and reconfigured relationships fixed in place, the dust is settling in season 2. Now comes the really hard part: pinching pennies while trying to teach the profligate, clueless Cheyenne and Van that they don't have the scratch to get an apartment or spend money on non-essentials. Or interviewing for jobs for which Reba clearly has no experience. Or trying to hold onto Kyra's loyalty when what the girl wants is more of dad. The seriousness of these running issues speaks for itself, forming a strong foundation for a show whose humor is understandably biting without being off-putting. McEntire and the rest of the cast are consistently strong and funny, while Peterman continues to stand out in her somewhat broader performance. (Peterman's comic assuredness sometimes reminds one of Lucille Ball.) Lots of life lessons in this show, but a lot of disciplined if gentle comedy as well. --Tom Keogh
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Last season ended with the birth of Reba's first grandchild. But she doesn't have time to relax, with Cheyenne and Van going off to college, only to have Van injure his knee and postpone school. So the new parents will be living with Grandma Reba awhile longer -- whether she likes it or not.
Things get even more complex when Reba finds that she must get a job, for the first time in several years -- especially when she ends up working for her ex-husband's hated rival. And her old pal Lori Ann convinces her to try "speed dating," which leads to a rather deceptive date with a nice guy. Problem is, she can't manage to say "I love you."
And those are only a few of her problems: attractions to her daughter's boyfriend's dad, lonely Christmas Eves, private videotapes, Barbara Jean's maternal yearnings, an ex-boyfriend's death, self-defense courses, jealousy over the expensive gifts Van's parents are lavishing on baby Elizabeth... and whether Kyra will leave home to live with Brock.
Perhaps no sitcom on TV embodies the fragmented extended family better than "Reba" -- ex-husband, new wife and her baby, ex-wife and her kids, ex-wife's daughter and her new husband and baby. And in the second season, "Reba" settles into a comfortable niche that builds on what we already have seen. High school is over, babies are born, couples are married. Let the chaos begin.
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If you loved season 1 then you'll absolutely adore season 2! If you've never seen the show, Season 2 is a GREAT place to start!
On a side note, this show is very important in today's society. 'Reba' shows a different side of the American family. It shows the blended family and sets an example of how you can make the best of bad situations.
I recomend this to everyone!!! Everyone needs to see the good in bad situations or theyd be livin in misery forever!! And this is just the show to help you dill with stuff...how to raise kids and how to deal with a crazy ex-husband!!
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The seller was great. Did not waste any time getting my order ready to ship. I ordered this and received it in the mail very fast. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Shana Hackney
Season 2 is has just as many laughs as Season one and it seems that McEntire seems to find her true stride as an actress. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tadster
Great show that keeps us laughing! Great mix of cast. Trying to catch up on some missed episodes.Published 4 months ago by DRC
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