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  • Actors: Various
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Turner Home Ent
  • DVD Release Date: February 1, 2005
  • Run Time: 145 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00069L0Z4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,774 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Sealab 2021 - Season 2" on IMDb

Special Features

  • 13 episodes on two discs
  • Commentary on all episodes
  • A Tribute to Harry Goz
  • 20 questions with the cast
  • Tour of 70-30
  • Rough cut of Der Dieb Ronnie

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Sealab 2021: Season 2 (DVD)

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The second season of Sealab 2021, the Cartoon Network's certifiably bizarre reworking of Hanna-Barbera's earnest 1972 animated series Sealab 2020, surfaces in a two-disc set that includes an unaired episode and supplemental features that place a strong emphasis on "mental." For series devotees, season 2 is a must-have, thanks to its lineup of memorable episodes, including "Stimutacs," which fans voted as the series' best episode; the behind-the-scenes chaos of "Swimming in Oblivion"; "Hail, Squishface," which tosses jabs at Star Trek's "Trouble with Tribbles" episode; and the aptly named "Bizarro," which pits the Sealab crew against their evil doubles.

As with most Adult Swim programming from Cartoon Network, viewers will either "get" Sealab 2021, or find its kitchen-sink loopiness indigestible, but one has to admire the producers' ability to spin this recycled footage into the most outlandish plots with such regularity. Said producers (co-creators Adam Reed and Matt Thompson) are present on some freewheeling commentary tracks for all 13 episodes in the set, though viewers hoping for some insight into the show might find the chatter mostly dispensable; however, the inclusion of a rough cut of "Ronnie," the series' only unaired episode, more than makes up for the commentaries, as do hilarious interviews with the cast (which includes Erik Estrada and Brett Butler), and a tour of the production company, both of which are dominated by girls in bikinis (who also give a read-through of the script for "Der Dieb"). The sole sober note on the set is struck by an affectionate tribute to voice-over legend Harry Goz, who provided the voice for the addled Captain Murphy before passing away in 2003. It's rare for a DVD's supplemental extra to match the same tone as the main feature, but the season 2 set manages to stay nearly 100% Bizarro from start to finish. --Paul Gaita

Customer Reviews

The extras are great.
Michael E.
Sealab 2021, much like many of the other programs featured on the Adult Swim lineup, is something you'll either love or hate.
N. Durham
Season 2 of sealab has some of the best episodes in the series.
Kensuke Nakamura

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Adrian Wheeler on October 26, 2004
I've loved this show the first time it I saw it late one sunday night. The adult humor and quirkyness make Sealab 2021 a definate standout. The lack of decent animation actually makes these short cartoons ten times better. When you hear the characters speak in extreme and emotional tones only to be portrayed with about 5 different facial expressions and only about 3 total body postures, it makes it all the more hilarious. The BIZARRO episode by itself is worth the price of this DVD. I own season 1 which is in constant rotation with my other DVD's. The genious writting will have you and your friends quoting all of Captian murphy's insane lines. Sparks, the introverted and psychiotic eyes and ears of Sealab has gotta be my favoirte character. I just wish I didn't have to wait so long for this. If you love Aqua Teen Hunger Force or Space Ghost, this cartoon is perfect for you. "look turtle face, Star Wars!"
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By MMAfan on November 27, 2004
This is one great, hilarious show that everyone with a sense of humor will enjoy from beginning to end. Well the Season 1 dvd set contained 2 episodes from season 2, but yet this is called Season 2. My guess is there just gonna contain some epsiodes from Season 3 in this set. And its only 145 minutes long.

EPISODES:

Der Dieb

Policy

Hail Squishface

Bizzaro

Legend of Baggy Pants

Tinfins

7211

Feats of Alvis

Brainswitch

Vacation

Fuse Box

Article 4

Return to Oblivion
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By R. Cramer on February 4, 2005
As far as content goes, I find that this 2nd season DVD of Sealab is much better than the first, as far as packages go. It almost seemed like with the first set of DVDs, sales were not expected to warrant anything more than just the episodes, with no extras at all.

Indeed, there are commentary tracks on all of the episodes. However, 70/30 only try to do a real commentary for a few episodes before they become bored and just record themselves entertaining themselves. They shoot skeet, they play computer games, they play air hockey, they bowl; and it's funny. But if you're looking for a lot of insight into the show, you're not going to find too much.

The tribute to Harry Goz is the closest thing you're going to find on this DVD set to a 'real' extra, in that it's the only 'serious' extra.

And thank christ for that.

The 20 questions with the cast segment is also quite fun, but it only features four cast members.

And if you like strippers, you'll like the 2nd disk.

I say, this is a solid buy for a regular Sealab fan, and a Must for the Sealab Afficionado.

Wait til you get to the Comic Book Commentary. Excellent.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Hellion Zephreid on April 21, 2005
What can I say about this collection? I liked season one but this season two collection is just so much better! It is just plain funnier. The writing has definitely hit its stride and the episodes are all just so different from one another but just so enjoyable. The episode where sealab is shown in the dark for the entire episode with only voices and a few air bubbles is freaking hilarious! "Hey Quinn, It's Captain Murphy". Or the episode where Murphy is trying to find the "pro shop". Or "TinFins". And don't let me forget the BIZARRO episode. I don't think any one of these 13 episodes is weak unlike a few on the season one collection. Plus bonus material this time, such as containing an unaired "rough" episode where Murphy sells his soul to the devil for some pie. Funny. If you are a fan of the show, you probably own this already. If not, go and buy it now, it is not very expensive and you will laugh out loud a lot!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Denny Gibbons on July 31, 2005
Season 2 is when the series reached its comedic peak, in my opinion. There are some really great episodes in this collection, such as "Der Dieb", in which Murphy declares "Martian law" in response to the presence of a thief on Sealab; "The Feast of Alvis", where the crew struggles with religious diversity while Murphy prepares for Alvistime, a bastardized version of Christmas that worships a gun-toting outlaw named Alvis; and "Hail, Squishface", where Murphy inadvertantly causes Sealab to be overrun by cute-but-deadly creatures called gloops. This collection is, if anything, a reminder of how much Harry Goz is missed as the voice of Captain Murphy; he was the glue that held the show together, and it just completely fell apart after his death.

The extras are of course terrible, as is typical with bizarre Adult Swim shows in DVD format, because the creators are so weird that they just can't bring themselves to do normal special features and must make everything strange and half-assed. The tribute to Harry Goz is alright, but it consists mainly of brown-nosing from the creators of Sealab, his son Michael Goz, and Bill Lobley (the voice of Sparks). Lobley, in particular, is rather nauseating to listen to because he is such an insufferable suck-up.

However, the bad extras are the only reason that this item lost a star. The episodes are solid gold, and I would recommend this collection to any die-hard fan of this bizarre oceanic series.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Steve on August 9, 2006
Back with a vengance, Sealab 2021's hilarious 2nd season really shines! The Bizarro characters are in this season. And my favorite episode when Murphy goes searching for a golf shop in his most hated Pod (I think it was Pod 6) and tries to run over somebody just because he's from that pod, and the lovable (but one episode lived) Squishface, a white blob who reproduces by drinking alcohol, farts as a defense mechanicism and can transform into anything. For those who haven't seen that many episodes will enjoy the classic Tinfins (but what makes this episode funny are the Grizzlebees commercials and Kid'n'Play apperances). One thing I would like to point out is that (although Murphy does appear in 3 or 5 more episodes in the 3rd box set) that after this set, Captain Murphy is gone to fight the Great Spice Wars (but in real life, the guy who played Murphy, Harry Goz, died from cancer and the Sealab creators decided it was best to retire his character, like Phil Hartman with Troy McClure and Lional Hutz from the Simpsons). Murphy was probably the best character in the show because of his personality and the Goz did a great job acting as him. This is a great collection. Anyone who likes Adult Swim shows or anything should like this. I recommend this and the 1st season.
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