Reno 911: Season 3 (Uncensored Edition)
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- Commentary by the cast and crew on select episodes
- Deleted scenes and extended outtakes
- Action figure promos
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Season Three begins with the conclusion of the story arc from Season Two. The cops are now in jail, in tight quarters and driving one another nuts. Once that storyline is resolved, they're back on the beat. Dangle meets a young man who could be his son and that's bad for Dangle -- because he's desperately attracted to the young man. Jones enjoys a brief moment in the spotlight as a voiceover artist. Garcia refuses to introduce the cops to a mystery woman, so of course they all spy on him. A children's TV host tries to do a show on location and it all goes very, very wrong. The scene with Junior rescuing a cat from a roof is one that seems pretty standard at first; we know something will go wrong (things ALWAYS go wrong with Junior), just not what. However, what does happen is so horrifying yet so blasted funny that you'll be staring at your TV set in disbelief while laughing so hard you can't breathe.
Thankfully Season Three, like Season Two, is uncensored and it's amazing what a world of difference that makes. All the bleeping from TV can make a scene seem disjointed, and I never thought I'd say this, but the profanity makes every situation funnier. Also, the more you watch an episode, the more you can pick up on the asides, and the off-the-cuff comments that enrich each scene even more.Read more ›
In episode ten, Lieutenant Jim Dangle may have a love child from a previous encounter during his time in the Coast Guard, while the squad gets a Hummer! I discovered an Easter Egg involving that episode. In disc two's main menu, there is a feature called Action Figure Promos, with a photo of an action figure. When you click on his sunglasses, episode ten plays, with audio commentary from the actors in character! Deputy Wiegel: "There is more trouble at that whorehouse...They have a great haunted house once a year. My favorite thing they do is stick your hand in the eyeballs." Deputy Garcia: "Those aren't eyeballs." Lieutenant Dangle: "And it's not your hand!" The characters really came into their own in the third season, allowing the stories to become more outrageous and funny. In addition to season four being broadcast on Comedy Central, there's more good news. In an introduction before episode one, Lieutenant Dangle and Deputy Travis Junior mention that their feature film, called "Reno 911!: Miami," will be released sometime in the coming year.
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This show is very funny and especially with fast Eddie scenes of it when they did the road blockPublished 2 months ago by Peter
Reno 911 started out as a cross between Cops and Police Academy. It was very entertaining without being overly crude. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Pete Roche
I love the Reno 911 series. I wanted the box set but it comes from New Zealand -_-...... Anyway, got these in good time and exactly as described.Published 5 months ago by E B F
Reno 911, Season 3, one of their bests. Anyone who reads the comments section on a review of Reno 911 is deluding yourself. Go ahead and buy it.Published 10 months ago by Ned C. Holt
The bf and I have had hours of fun watching these seasons. He can't wait for holidays to receive seasons 4 & 5.Published 10 months ago by Kathy Edwards