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"The Trouble with Gary" is a variation on The Twilight Zone episode "It's a Good Life," in which Sam and Max try to help a boy with the power to alter anything (including people) in his environment. Two more Twilight Zone storylines are quoted in episodes "The Invaders" (which recalls a TZ program of the same title) and "Sam & Max Vs. the Uglions from Outer Spacer" (echoing TZ's famous "To Serve Man"). Special features include an interview with Purcell, in which he explains that Sam and Max were born in his parodies of his brother's comic drawings. There's also a trio of very funny Sam & Max shorts from Fox days, and another short that mocks the infamous "alien autopsy" film allegedly suppressed by the federal government. --Tom Keogh
I'd personally like to mention the great job that Shout Factory did with the production of this DVD set.
In regards to the review about the show not being funny, This show was made to be a saturday morning cartoon for kids so it very much so has that feel.
It has been cleaned up quite a bit but you'll find yourself asking "How did that make it in to a kids cartoon?" in many instances.
I'm a relatively new fan of the Sam & Max franchise. The games from TellTale Games were fantastic and I craved more! Which lead me to this, the short lived TV show. Read morePublished 2 months ago by fuzzyroo
I'm glad I got this. It's fun and weird, but just a little shy of meeting my expectations for enjoyment as an adult. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jerry Friends
Eh. The video games and books are better written only because of the target audience. Still, on a “hang-over” Saturday, they’re still watchable and require little-to-no-thought.Published 5 months ago by Rockabilly76
Great laughs all around, had a lot of fun watching the episodes. They go fast though (like 10 min an episode), but enjoy it while it lasts. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Daniel C.
Sam and Max is a fun cartoon. My husband saw it once before on tv and wanted a copy of his own. We really enjoy it.Published 12 months ago by Jessica Wilson
This show is so far ahead of it's time! The spirtual predecessor of Adventure Time and The Regular Show, it would be right at home on any of the adult swim time slots. Read morePublished 13 months ago by chizokage
Sam & Max was carefully written to appeal to children and parents. Small children love the physical comedy, older kids love the puns and catch many of the jokes, while Mom and Dad... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Paul K. Findley
Kids love it - say its very funny - seems to have good message as well. They highly recommend - and so do I.Published 22 months ago by Sean P Sager
I received this dvd set and I love it. sam and max the animated series is a funny, wacky show that I am happy to be able to watch whenever.Published 22 months ago by Daniel