Royal Pains: Season 3 - Volume Two
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The show has started to lose its appeal for me anyway; the medical parts of the episodes have begun to be a bit repetitious and in some cases just plain silly. The addition of the "iconic" Henry Winkler of Happy Days' fame has actually made me cringe. I have a hard time seeing Mr. Winkler as anyone other than "The Fonz" and while the younger generation may escape this mental time travel affliction, for me it's overpowering and makes every episode in which he appears just seem silly. I suspect Henry Winkler just may get his third shot at jumping the shark, how apropos that Boris had a shark hidden in a tank in season one; is it possible Henry Winkler was already tapped for the role of Hank and Evan's father? And speaking of silly, I'm actually afraid to see where the plot is headed since Hank accepted Boris' proposal. If the show survives this season, and I have my doubts, I believe it has one or two more seasons at the most.
Boycotting the purchase of split seasons just to protest the splitting of seasons is not my style; I will however, stick to my budget and if I never get the third season of Royal Pains it's not much of a loss.Read more ›
The set contains the final six episodes of season 3 and picks up pretty much right where we left the HankMed gang. One of Dr. Hank Lawson’s (Mark Feuerstein) patients has collapsed because he was mistreated. Unfortunately, the person responsible for his bad treatment is Hank’s assistant Divya Katdare (Reshma Shetty). Meanwhile, HankMed CFO Evan Lawson (Paulo Costanzo) is still trying to get the blessing to marry his fiancée Paige Collins (recurring guest star Brooke D’Orsay), and Jill Casey (Jill Flint) has decided it is time to get serious about wrapping up life in the Hamptons to move to the clinic is South America that needs her help.
Of course, with all this going on there are still the cases of the week involving a band with mysterious leg weakness, a party planner with panic attacks, and an actor with stomach pains. In a first for the series, they bring back Tom Cavanagh’s (sp?) pro-golfer Jack O'Malley for a multiple episode arc as his health, which he thought was under control, begins to go downhill. Will Hank be able to get through to him in time to treat his new disease?
Despite the fact that the show is dealing with medical mysteries, it has always had a light tone. Part of that is because of the setting. It’s hard to feel like it is too serious in a resort community when you’re looking at life among the rich.Read more ›
The show remains engaging, the transfer quality is great, but in terms of content received vs. price paid this disk is TERRIBLE!!!
Shame on the Studio, Producers, Stars and everyone else associated with the decision to release Season 3 in two parts... Shame on me for buying it anyway.
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great show, but why release the dvds in volumes (which are overpriced)? they did this for this season only. Read morePublished 6 months ago by gamer
Another season of Royal Pains and after a couple of not so great seasons this one is back to form. Fun to watch and good writing again.Published 8 months ago by Stephen R. Lane
I love this show and have bought every season. I find it very entertaining.Published 13 months ago by Frances G. Donbrosky
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|Any plans to release "Complete" Season 3 DVD set of Royal Pains?||
I've been trying to find this one out, and while I may just suck at it, my research hasn't really shown any confirmed plans to release a full season. For shows that split seasons with such a gap, even given past history, I guess I do understand the reasoning for releasing the different volumes... Read More
May 13, 2012 by Amazon Customer | See all 2 posts
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