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  • Actors: Cedric Yarbrough, Niecy Nash, Robert Ben Garant, Thomas Lennon, Carlos Alazraqui
  • Directors: Michael Patrick Jann
  • Writers: Robert Ben Garant, Thomas Lennon, Kerri Kenney
  • Producers: Danny DeVito, Ellie Hannibal, Faye K. Cottrell, John Landgraf
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, 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: 3
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Comedy Central
  • DVD Release Date: June 14, 2005
  • Run Time: 340 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0008KLV96
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #89,742 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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RENO 911! -THE COMPLETE SECOND SEASON – UNCENSORED! is a narrative comedy about the adventures and relationships of the Reno County Sheriff’s department at work and at play, offering a hilarious and unexpected spoof of the traditional cop reality program.


An unfolding scandal threatens to rock Reno, Nevada to its core. It's not the clueless Officer Wiegel's new boyfriend, who just may be the Truckee River Killer. It's not the shooting of singer Kenny Rogers while under the neglectful watch of Garcia and Wiegel. No, it's the caught-on-tape pummeling of "Milkshake Man" at the hands of Jones and Garcia that will place Wahoe County's finest (certainly funniest) under investigation by an ambitious District Attorney (he his eye on becoming Comptroller). Reno 911's sophomore season is even more savagely funny than the first, as witness the various humiliations suffered weekly by the hapless squad. When they're not being one-upped by the Reno fire department, which has scheduled its annual pancake dinner the same night at the policeman's ball, they are being outsmarted and disrespected by the various lowlifes and misfits who populate their beat. Reno 911 seems to have outlawed pathos. In the season opener, Lt. Dangle, still outfitted in those "plum-smuggler" short shorts, finds his "farewell" dinner conflicts with a local women's basketball championship. An especially inspired touch this season are a series of hilarious "Layin' Down the Law" PSAs featuring the squad, as well as a series of traumatizing visits to the local children's hospital (at one point, Wiegel overenthusiastically barges in wearing clown makeup and waving her gun).

Presenting the episodes "Uncensored" is something of a mixed blessing. The closer Reno 911 hews to the Cops template, the funnier it is. Unlike Chapelle's Show or The Osbournes, Reno 911's episodes are arguably funnier with the profanities bleeped (not an option on this three-disc set). Happily, the exposed body parts are still blurred. Commendations are due the entire ensemble, as well as the B-list doppelganger cast (among them, Martin Mull, Sean Young, and Wayne Brady) that replaces them in the season cliffhanger, for "keepin' it real... real funny." Take the advice of executive producer Danny DeVito, who introduces episode 13: "I've never seen the show," he confesses, "but I've heard good things about it. I'm really going to watch the show this year." --Donald Liebenson

Customer Reviews

You don't smile at this show...you laugh out loud!
I rated the first season a 5 and this one goes for a 5 as well - the series gets even better!
Adam Lunney
The DVD - especially the bonus features - are outstanding.

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By V. R. Smith on December 14, 2005
Format: DVD
Bizarre behavior in a police department? and we always thought Cops didn't have a sense of humor ... This show is, from beginning to end, packed with excellent writing and even better ad-libbing. Non-stop nonsense!

The cast blew me away--all virtal unknowns before this show, and yet so talented! It takes a natural brilliance to play "dumb" so well.

Some of the can't-miss recurring issues in Season 2 include:

~ Trudy falling in love with a serial killer

~ A gay prisoner/leader of the gang the "Grape Slushies"

~ Dangle's wife (gasp! it's true)

~ Some amazing PSAs by R. Williams

~ Hospital visits that make you feel sorry for everyone involved

~ Hilarious segments from traffic school

~ The entire gang finally must pay the price for their actions

Perks to owning the DVD set:

~ excellent deleted scenes

~ a special segment from the 2004 Comedy Arts festival (whole cast onstage)

~ no bleeps--you get to hear what they really say

~ Come on, you'll have Reno 911 anytime of day!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Brett Corkins VINE VOICE on December 3, 2005
Format: DVD
Few shows can build upon themselves to create an even better second season. Reno 911! does just that. Each episode is simply hilarious and surprises you in some way. From Jones and Garcia beating up the milk shake man to Dangle's constant fight to keep his testicles from coming out of his very short shorts, it's all hilarious. Women, in a lot of cases, take the back seat in comedies. In Reno 911! however, they call 'Shotgun' and deliver. Whether it's Clemmy's sexuality, Rayneesha's ever changing obsessions, or Wiegel's complete disregard of common sense, they take as much spotlight as the guys do. My favorite character, Junior, is even funnier this time around. Be it his selling of Dangle's bike, his run-in with the massage lady, or when he's testing the department's new kevlar vests, it's all funny. Seeing every episode uncensored makes this season's release even better than last season's. The Druge Arrest Prevention Seminar from HBO's 2004 Comedy Arts Festival was just as good as any episode is. The sound quality is pretty bad but it's worth turning up because seeing Wiegel cussing the participant out is worth it alone. The deleted/extended scenes really should've been left in because they're just as funny as what was left in. And the fact that the scenes are so long is a real treat as well.

It amazes me that week after week they keep things fresh and funny. The cast comes back better than ever and doesn't let one certain member shine brighter than the other. This season patches the hole from season one to season two very well and leaves you with quite the cliffhanger. With a slew of great guest appearances (Kenny Rogers' appearance will no doubt go down as one of the highlights of Reno 911!
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33 of 40 people found the following review helpful By M. G. Mora on June 15, 2005
Format: DVD
With so many generic comedies on the air today, Reno 911, along with Arrested Development and Scrubs, show that you dont have to aim for the lowest common denominator and you dont need a laugh track either.

This show is always laugh out loud funny. Both Upsurd and outragious and full of comic talent, there's never a dull moment. Hats off to the writers and the Actors.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Michael King on August 13, 2005
Format: DVD
In the second season's first episode, Lt. Jim Dangle (Thomas Lennon) mistakenly thinks he's been promoted. However, instead of leaving to work in Carson City, he still leads the Reno Sheriff's Department. Deputy Trudy Wiegel (Kerri Kenney) manages to get a boyfriend, who turns out to be a serial killer. Deputy Clementine Johnson (Wendi McLendon-Covey), the blonde bombshell who always gets her man, has a torrid love affair with Deputy James Garcia (Carlos Alazraqui). Deputy Raineesha Williams (Niecy Nash) briefly joins the Nation of Islam, which arouses the interest of Deputy S. Jones (Cedric Yarbrough). Deputy Travis Junior (Robert Ben Garant), going undercover in a sex slave sting, accidentally marries a Chinese prostitute!

British Detective Smiley visits the Reno Sheriff's Department, and ends up being shot dead after a bank robbery he pulled! Wiegel and Garcia are assigned to protect Kenny Rogers at a book signing in the local mall. They take down all of the flyers advertising his appearance and, as a result, only one person shows up. Unfortunately, that person is an obsessed fan who shoots Kenny! Jones and Garcia playfully attack a man wearing a milkshake costume. Disoriented, the milkshake man walks to the middle of a highway and is run over by a truck. This leads to an investigation by the District Attorney, in which each member of the Sheriff's Department turns against everybody else. At the conclusion of the investigation, they're all fired. To find out what happened to them, you'll have to watch season three of "Reno 911!" on Comedy Central.

Unlike the DVD boxed set for season one, the episodes in season two include all of the profanity. In addition, there are also over 90 minutes of alternate and deleted scenes.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By GJK on July 15, 2005
Format: DVD
You can read the other reviews to find out how good this show is...

I just wanted to point out that you can watch a 10-15 minute clip of Junior and Dangle trying to make an advertisement for the first season of Reno 911! Here's how you do it:

- Pop in Disc 1 of Season 2

- Highlight "Episode 4"

- Press "down" and then first bar of the radio will be highlighted. Select it.

"In stores now for probably less than hundreds of dollars."
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