Reba 6 Seasons 2001

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Season 1
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3. Someone's at the Gyno with Reba TV-PG CC

Reba is outraged after Brock takes their youngest son to the gynecologist's office, and Cheyenne and Van wrestle over finding a place for all his belongings.

Starring:
Reba McEntire, Christopher Rich
Runtime:
22 minutes
Original air date:
October 19, 2001

Someone's at the Gyno with Reba

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Season 1

Product Details

Genres Drama, Comedy
Director Gail Mancuso
Starring Reba McEntire, Christopher Rich
Supporting actors JoAnna Garcia Swisher, Steve Howey, Scarlett Pomers, Mitch Holleman, Melissa Peterman, Nell Carter, Cherie Franklin
Season year 2002
Network Fox TV Classics
Producers Chris Alberghini, Patricia Carr, Mike Chessler, Allison M. Gibson, Michael Hanel, Eric Horsted, Mike Larsen, Gary H. Miller, Lara Olsen, Robert Peacock, Mindy Schultheis, Jason Shubb, Jeff Strauss, Sabrina Wind
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Customer Reviews

Reba is one of the best shows ever.
Texas Cowgirl
Reba is also a great actress, and she has a wonderful cast to work with.
Annorahrose
I highly recommend this great show to anyone that loves a good laugh!
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38 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Rama Rao VINE VOICE on March 29, 2005
Format: DVD
This is very popular sitcom on WB network that stars country crooner Reba McEntire as divorced mother of three. The network made a bold move to air this sitcom that stars Reba McEntire her debut on a TV show, and the gamble paid off. It is a very successful show on the network and very popular among young and old.

There are 22 episodes of the first season on three discs. At the center of the show is Reba who balances her single life with three kids; the eldest being married to her high school sweetheart and her some what challenging younger daughter Kyra and her only son Jake. In one episode we learn that Reba Hart and husband Brock have broken up, Brock's mistress (in a later episode she becomes his wife) Barbra Jean, and Reba's eldest daughter Cheyenne are pregnant. The story revolves around the family of Reba and how she solves the problems of life in funny and humorous way. The emotional attachment of her ex husband Brock to Reba is strong, and this is evident in several episodes. He frequently visits her for advice about his little worries and frustrations in his life. His new wife Barbara Jean also seeks emotional support from Reba in her needs, yet at the some time annoys her whenever she can. While coping with her own divorce, Reba keeps busy helping Cheyenne and her husband Van set up their lives as newlyweds. There are several episodes in the first season which turn out be the best of the series. Reba McEntire does a wonderful job in the number one spot.
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43 of 48 people found the following review helpful By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 5, 2004
Format: DVD
Family is the focus of most sitcoms, but few have the weirdness level of "Reba." But then, few suburban families have quite the chaos level that Reba's family does. A look at young marriage, impending divorce, reentering the singles life and "other women," this is a surprisingly funny and touching show.

Reba Hart (Reba McEntire) and her husband Brock (Christopher Rich) are separated due to his midlife crisis. But Reba receives a nasty shock when Brock announces that he's going to divorce her and marry his perky, dizzy assistant, Barbara Jean (Melissa Peterman) -- because she's pregnant. Even worse, Reba finds out that her daughter Cheyenne (Joanna Garcia) is also pregnant by hunky football-star boyfriend Van (Steve Howey).

Things don't get much better after Brock moves out, and Van and Cheyenne get married. The newlyweds struggle with slimy in-laws and unforgiving schools, bare bottoms and morning sickness. And Reba has to deal with her disintegrating family, dumb blonde Barbara Jean, sullen teenager Kyra (Scarlett Pomers), wedding hysteria, and the daunting idea of dating new men after twenty years of marriage.

The "ordinary" family is only present in bits and pieces in "Reba" -- we have the young newlyweds, the son-in-law, the nasty in-laws, the former wife, the new wife, the half-siblings, the grandkid, and the cheating husband. But in a time with high divorce rates, it seems to reflect the trials and tribulations of a family divided and patched together by divorce and family ties.

Like all sitcoms, it takes weird situations and runs with them, like Cheyenne going into labor during graduation, or Reba accidently sewing her pants to Barbara Jean's wedding dress.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Nicole K. on January 2, 2005
Format: DVD
I am a big fan of this show. You do not have to like country music or country music culture at all to get this show which in which the characters can be sarcastic without being cruel and sweet without being over-the-top nauseous. The show treats the viewers as intelligent people - unlike most sitcoms which throw around cruel, sarcastic oneliners (Everybody DOES NOT love Raymond) or are so sugar-coated/heart-warming a person wants to vomit. All-around entertaining, smart tv for the whole family OR the single person.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By "pstearn12" on March 26, 2005
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I love this show!! It is great that people can be sarcastic without hurting, sensitive without being honey sweet and gives you life lessons without being in your face about it. I cannot wait for seasons 2, 3, & 4 to come out on DVD. I got into the show late and know that I have missed a lot. Keep up the fantastic work.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on December 22, 2004
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Reba is one of the most hilarious tv sitcoms on the air. THe suburban lifestyle of houston portrays the chaos of everyday life for some of us. the wit of the Hart kids makes the household that much funnier and Reba's way of holding the family together, keeping it funny, makes the show. Reba is a wonderful actress. Of course, with a superstar like her, what else could you assume?
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By jack-n-jill on September 29, 2005
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"Reba" is hilarious! It's no wonder it's currently in it's 5th season! Reba McEntire leads a SUPER talented cast in a great family show! This time however, it's a different kind of family...it's a real family! Reba plays the role of Reba Hart. Ms Hart is a divorced mother of three, who has to deal with her pregnant teen and her ex-husband who has a pregnant mistress! Needless to say, it's something most EVERYONE can relate to! FINALLY something we can actually relate to!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Austin Mandrake on September 27, 2005
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This show is really fun to watch! It doesn't take itself too seariously and isn't meant to be serious. It is simply funny and goofy! Reba McEntire is a hoot as the head of this very dysfunctional family and with a supporting cast that includes Chris Rich and Joanna Garcia (American Pie) how can you go wrong? It's a great show and a great DVD set!
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