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  • Actors: Cedric Yarbrough, Niecy Nash, Robert Ben Garant, Thomas Lennon, Carlos Alazraqui
  • Directors: Robert Ben Garant, Thomas Lennon, Brad Abrams, Michael Patrick Jann
  • Writers: Robert Ben Garant, Thomas Lennon, Kerri Kenney
  • Producers: Danny DeVito
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English, German, Japanese, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Comedy Central
  • DVD Release Date: June 26, 2007
  • Run Time: 308 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000P5FH5S
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #59,616 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Reno 911!: Season 4 (Uncensored)" on IMDb

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  • All 14 Uncensored Episodes from the 2006-2007 Season
  • Cast Commentaries
  • Delete and Extended Scenes
  • Character Bios

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The beat goes on for Reno 911 with a season that is definitely "off the chain" (to quote one of the officers' curious turns of phrase). Season 4 brings us such developments as Det. Wiegel's unexpected and somewhat disturbing pregnancy, the suspicious demise of the Reno County sheriff ("Avenge my death," he croaks as he's being loaded into the ambulance), and the passage of Proposition C, which may (or may not) result in a pay raise for Wahoe County's self-described "(effed)-up family" of "mostly cordial coworkers." While not at all a bust, the fourth season is more scattershot than previous seasons. Some of the recurring signature set pieces (the traffic stops, the school appearances) are getting stale, but for anyone who has suffered through amateurish local TV commercials, the "Police Tek" product spots are devastatingly spot-on (and, as in the case of the infrared-controlled "Rape Shield" undergarments, all kinds of wrong). There is much "mean-spirited mirth" this season, aimed mostly at mother-to-be Wiegel (Kerri Kenney-Silver), who ends the season going into labor while stuck in a ceremonial cake. Questions about the sexual orientation of Cherisa "I am not a lesbian" Kimball (Mary Birdsong) and Jim "You know what I like" Dangle (Thomas Lennon) are asked, and, in one case, answered in the jaw-dropping cliffhanger season finale.

Every episode serves up at least one inspired bit of cop-show craziness. At one point, Kimball tries to arrest a street magician who keeps breaking free of his restraints. In another scene, Dangle patronizingly frees an adorable Little Leaguer brought into the station only to discover the true, horrible nature of his crime. Guest stars this season include Knocked Up's Paul Rudd as Lamaze instructor Guy Jericho (spelled "Gerricault"), Patton Oswalt as the local Renaissance Faire's Boozehammer of Galen, Oscar Nunez (The Office) as the charming and elusive prisoner "Spanish Mike," and Paul "Pee-Wee Herman" Reubens as Rick of Citizen's Patrol. Always good for a laugh is Nick Swardson as citizen and "attention whore" Terry. Packback, as ever, eludes Dangle and company (as witness their brutal smackdown at the hands of some "Hotties" waitresses, but their misery makes them great company. They may be beyond (or beneath) Emmy consideration, but they are surely worthy of a (Police) Academy award. --Donald Liebenson

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The officers of the Reno, Nevada Sheriff's department are back with a fourth season of Reno 911! that's full of murder intrigue, and a disturbingly (and mysteriously) pregnant Officer Wiegel. From committing election fraud to donning hot pink uniforms and blowing up various large items, the officers give their all in every episode after gloriously inept episode.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Michael King on July 9, 2007
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In the fourth season of "Reno 911!," the cast have perfected the quirky personalities of their characters, and find themselves in increasingly strange situations. In the first episode, Lieutenant Jim Dangle (Thomas Lennon) and Deputy James Garcia (Carlos Alazraqui) are found alive, naked and freezing in their patrol car, while the boyfriend of Deputy Trudy Wiegel (Kerri Kenney-Silver) is executed for being a serial murderer. Six months later, Deputy Wiegel returns to work after being out on personal leave, and is obviously pregnant. At the same time Carrot Top, the prop comedian, blows his top in a hotel room. Apparently, the two incidents are totally unrelated.

Deputy Cherisha Kimball (Mary Birdsong), who joined the show in season 3, really comes into her own in the "Christian Karaoke Singles' Mixer" episode. In another episode, Paul Reubens guest stars as citizen Rick, a guardian angel-vigilante who is always one step ahead of the Reno Sheriff's Department. Of course, they resent his presence at crime scenes. Deputy Travis Junior (Robert Ben Garant): "If it was easy to be good at law enforcement, wouldn't we be?" Terry (Nick Swardson), the roller skating waiter at Tacos! Tacos! Tacos! Tacos!, never fails to amuse in his many appearances. Nobody can lie to the police - I mean improvise - as well as he can. Patton Oswalt also appears as the Dungeon Master at the Renaissance Fair in several episodes. Dungeon Master: "This is my winter fat. I have not had enough jousting to work off my winter fat." Deputy Travis Junior: "It's August!" Paul Reubens, Nick Swardson, and Patton Oswalt all appear in the feature film "Reno 911!: Miami."

In the next-to-last episode, Jim Dangle accepts a wedding proposal from his ex-wife's husband, and a gay commitment ceremony is planned.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By mwreview on January 23, 2008
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Season 4 is not as good as Season 3, but there are still some excellent episodes here, especially the last one but also episodes 8, 9, and 10. Also there are a couple of familiar characters from Season One who show up. The cliffhanger looks like it's going to be an interesting Season 5!

Disc 1:
Episode 1--Cliffhangers from last season are resolved. Let's just say skin-to-skin contact is the best way to guard against hypothermia. Wiegel comes back from her personal leave with, as Clemmy calls it, a "gargoyle" in the oven. Dangle tries out for Westside Story...sort of. Carrot Top goes berserk at a hotel. Highlight: Garcia and Jones use a common interrogation tactic called "Good Cop, Black Cop."
Episode 2:--"There's going to be a full set of teeth in the Junior household," as Travis's 3 brothers come for a visit. Garcia works undercover in an illegal worker sting. Wiegel starts Lamaze.
Episode 3--Kimball tricks the guys with a phony race riot. A deputy dies and the officers do what any caring co-workers would--argue over who gets his jet ski. Junior and Dangle look for guns turned in for the "Guns for Toys" drive that Wiegel spilled across the road.

Episode 4--A deputy panty raid goes horribly wrong. The Sheriff's Department has to compete with the citizen's patrol, played by Paul "Pee-Wee Herman" Reubens, to solve crimes. Garcia is visited by the hooker he tried to help in Season One. Dangle and Junior try to get free tacos from Terry.
Episode 5--"Spanish Mike" Alvarez, who tricked the Reno Sheriff's Department in Season One posing as a representative from Home Land Security with a fake training program, returns to Reno to be held before being turned over to the FBI. He tries to get into the officers' heads in his attempts to escape.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Edward Aycock on July 19, 2007
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I still love this show, but Season 4 displayed some weaknesses. The recurring skits wore thin: the crazy man at the brothel got really old really quick as did Paul Rudd's lamaze coach and it's time to retire the officers at the school auditorium. The mileage on those jokes is way too high to be consistently funny.

What Reno has always done best is the interaction between the characters and their back stories. This season we get to meet the "wild" Junior brothers whose reputation precedes them, Trudy gets pregnant, Deputy Kimball is revealed to be a Christian fundamentalist and Dangle gets a marriage proposal. This last scenario leads to one of the most unexpected twists on the show (though, if one looks back on previous seasons, not completely out of character) in a season finale so funny that it redeems the entire season.

There are less extras on the DVD this time around, and if there are any Easter Eggs, I couldn't find them. There are cast commentaries on several episodes and those are always amusing, but I miss the in-character commentaries we had on previous volumes.
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Reno 911! is an incredibly funny spoof of a "Cops" type reality show; the acting is terrific! They filmed some of the scenes in a real working police substation in Carson, California and they use cars that look like cop cars; they went to great lengths to make this look as realistic as possible. Much of what we see is improvised with actors making up their lines as they go along; there is a minimal amount of scripted material. Stars of the show include Cedric Yarbrough as Deputy Jones who keeps trying to be the ultimate ladies' man; Niecy Nash as Deputy Raineesha Williams, a remarkably curvaceous cop with an attitude; Robert Ben Garant as Deputy Travis Junior who is a redneck; Thomas Lennon as flamboyantly gay (but sometimes in denial) Lieutenant Jim Dangle; Kerri Kenney as manic depressive, racist sociopath Deputy Trudy Wiegel; Carlos Alazraqui as Deputy James Garcia who has his own attitudes; Wendi McLendon-Covey as loose woman Deputy Clementine Johnson and Mary Birdsong as Deputy Cherisha Kimball.

In this episode, the Deputies instruct a bus driver how to deactivate a bus bomb so she can go free; and when the force has so many budget cutbacks that they are really feeling the pinch, they actually get their first ever corporate sponsor--Hotty's chicken wings restaurants! But when "the new Hotty's police cruiser" cop car gets displayed, you can tell things are not going to be the same once they have income from Hotty's. Wait until you see their new uniforms! The Deputies initially enjoy their free food; but Hotty's staff gets unbelievably mixed up with the force before everything spirals out of control.

Moreover, look for a huge surprise when members of a hate group turn up at a carnival--one of them interacts with a black woman with very unexpected and hilarious results!
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