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  • Actors: Andy Merrill, C. Martin Croker, George Lowe, Carey Means, Marsha Crenshaw
  • Directors: Jim Fortier, Pete Smith
  • Writers: Andy Merrill, Jim Fortier, Pete Smith
  • Format: Animated, Box set, Closed-captioned, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Turner Home Ent
  • DVD Release Date: August 8, 2006
  • Run Time: 154 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000FO0AFQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #89,238 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Brak Show, Vol. 2" on IMDb

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  • 14 episodes on 2 discs

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The Brak Show Volume 2 compiles the final 14 episodes of this truly offbeat Cartoon Network series (2000-2004), which spun the dim-witted space pirate Brak from Cartoon Planet and Space Ghost: Coast to Coast into a very skewed sort of family sitcom, albeit one with aliens, killer robots, dissolute magicians, and an insectoid best friend who wants nothing more than to kill the star of the show. As in the first volume of The Brak Show, our hero (voiced by Andy Merrill) lives with his mom (Joanna Daniel, who replaced Marsha Crenshaw) and miniature dad (George Lowe) in a picture-perfect suburban town somewhere in deep space; this time around, Brak's adventures include entering a rap contest to win a trip to a spa resort ("Brak Street," with guest star Cee-Lo of Danger Mouse), discovering exactly what Dad does with his time ("We Ski in Peace"), and winning his own TV show in Japan ("Sexy New Brak Show Go"). It goes without saying that The Brak Show is an acquired taste for those that aren't already fanatical about Adult Swim titles, but for those that can roll with the surreal stories and humor, there are a lot of quirky laughs to be found here, especially from Merrill's performance as the slow-witted but eager Brak. Note to fans: the two-disc Volume 2 set includes no supplemental features (unlike the previous set), and also excludes the second-to-last episode, "New Year's Eve Party at Brak's House," which not only explained the future of the show's characters, but included guest appearances by the casts of Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law, and Sealab 2021. --Paul Gaita

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What happens when two adults get together and have children? And what if those children grow up and go to school? That's the just-crazy-enough-to-work premise behind "The Brak Show." Also, Brak is in it.

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25 of 29 people found the following review helpful By John D. Pride on August 10, 2006
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I love Brak. I used to tape all the episodes of Cartoon Planet (still far and away the funniest Brak stuff ever to be broadcast) and show it to my friends, who would fall on the floor laughing. I also loved early episodes of The Brak Show, with it's perfect dynamic of Brak, his Ricardo Montalban-meets- Desi Arnaz dad and June Cleaver mom (wonderfully voiced by Marsha Crenshaw). When the first Brak DVD came out, a lot of fans went straight for the extras and found, to our delight, a bunch of the hysterically funny stuff from Cartoon Planet. Great! Now, if only they would release a second volume with all the classic CP Brak stuff that wasn't included on the first DVD. And then...woah! We heard that a second volume would be released! General excitement filled the air for Brak fans everywhere (everytime I wear my Brak T-shirt, in any city or country, people give me the thumbs up as I walk by)and we all salivated over what would surely include more terrific extras, like volume one did. Now, given that Marsha Crenshaw had been replaced by someone with a completely unfunny (and generally reviled by fans) British accent, the extras would be the only thing that could possibly sell this second volume, but it was more than enough. And then, it arrived. Alas, no extras, no episodes with Marsha Crenshaw as Brak's mom, and a generally disappointing, if not depressing, DVD. Oh well, maybe Cartoon Network will someday release Cartoon Planet on DVD. They should, given that it was the funniest thing the network ever aired. Brak Volume 2 is one major, major missed opportunity.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By reechie on August 12, 2006
Format: DVD
No extras, missing the New Year's Eve Special, and there's really no reason this had to be on 2 DVD's. Especially disappointing considering how good Volume 1 was. Seems like it was just thrown together, and put out quickly to get the show out of Adult Swim's hair.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Steve on August 9, 2006
Format: DVD
The Brak Show, one of my top 20 favorite shows of all time, is back on DVD with the 2nd (and final) DVD collection. I just got this the day after the release date (I was going to get this on the day it came out but the store didn't have it), and I just watched everyone of the episodes. It was a great show with great characters and memorable episodes. The one thing that I (unfortunately finally) noticed was that Brak's mom had 2 voice actors. Sadly, the 1st one left and was replaced by another person with a heavy british accent. Not only that, but also she says things that a British person would say that the other one would never say at all, like wanker or I will shove your arm up your bum. I found that to be odd. Anyway that wasn't the bad thing. The bad thing with this DVD collection is that there are absolutly NO (I repeat) NO special features at all (and subtitles and languages do not count). I find that very bizarre in any DVD period because usually every DVD that I saw always came with some special feature (even if it's teaser trailers theatrical trailers, etc.) I forgot to mention that there is a episode that was the real final episode that didn't appear either on TV or on this DVD collection. It was basically a party with other Adult Swim characters (like the Aqua Teen Hunger Force characters, Sealab 2021 characters, etc.). A good buy for Brak fans, but just remember that you have just episodes and subtitles/languages and that's it!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on March 13, 2007
Format: DVD
It goes without saying that the humor seen and heard on this show is an acquired taste. The second, and final, volume of Adult Swim's underrated The Brak Show is disappointing in terms of show quality and DVD features to boot. What made the episodes found on the first volume so good was the interplay between Brak (voiced by Andy Merrill) and Zorak; but sadly much of that gets downplayed here. Not to mention that the dry humor doesn't come off as funny a lot, instead only ending up being more miss than hit. That's not to say that there's not some funny moments popping up in every episode or so, and the voice work by Merrill, C. Martin Croker, and George Lowe, is spectacular as usual. What's even more disappointing about this DVD set is that there are no special features whatsoever included on either disc of the set. Now I know that Adult Swim DVD's are usually sparse on extras, but this is ridiculous. Not to mention that the New Years Eve episode, which was one of the best from the series and included many characters from other shows in the Adult Swim lineup, isn't here at all either. If you're a die hard Brak fan, and I mean die hard, this is worth picking up; otherwise, leave this on the shelf.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sira Raven on August 8, 2006
Format: DVD
As a big fan of The Brak Show, I hurried out on the release date to pick up the Volume 2 DVD. I immediately watched it when I got home and greatly enjoyed all the episodes, as I had on Cartoon Network. It's a unique brand of humor, focusing on comedy through absurdities rather than through punchlines. However, I was somewhat disappointed due to the lack of any sort of special features. With all the bonuses the first DVD had, I would expect that the second (which contains the same number of episodes as the first) would have at least something. Alas, no (save for subtitles). The DVD box art is clever, but it's a simple plastic case rather than the elaborate outer and inner jackets of the previous made of a more cardboard-ish material. The various screens of the DVDs feature songs from the episodes, with the two episode selection pages (one on each disc) featuring rap songs from an episode on the first disc. While not as enjoyable as the custom songs of the first, it's still a nice addition. Overall, I love the episodes on these DVDs and would highly recommend them to any fan of the series. You won't be disappointed by the episodes...I just wish there were something more.
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