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After the enormously telegenic Friends cast, Drew and company are "a cold little splash of reality," portraying relatable, regular people. In this first season, the series is still finding its feet (enjoy them while you can: Drew's hillbilly neighbors, and the voice of Kevin Pollack as Drew's abusive boss, Mr. Bell). But by season's end, as guest star Jamie Lee Curtis (as Drew's hard-partying barber) polkas with Mimi in the hilarious episode "Playing the Unified Field," the series has established its spontaneous, off-center niche. While there are no episode commentaries, this set puts in some valuable overtime with "Life Inside a Cubicle," a retrospective in which cast and series creators reflect on the series' rocky beginnings. --Donald Liebenson
The CD was delivered earlier than anticipated. Product was as described.Published 3 hours ago by Murfklan
wish they would put all the seasons on dvd, so dissappointed. they will not. I use to watch this show everyday after work. I do miss the show. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Margaret McLean
Seriously one of my favorite shows. It saddens me to not have all the seasons and not know if or when we will get to see the other ones on instant and DVD! Read morePublished 27 days ago by Stephanie
Two over wait under appreciated workers that can't stand each other. Add in some slow minded but faithful friends. lots of sarcasm and good laughs. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Daniel Baker
Hopefully one day the rest of the series will be released on DVD or at least streaming.Published 2 months ago by Niki Qua
Love the show. I've probably watched my digital copy of the first season way too many times. Who can't enjoy having to see Drew experience the wisdom that is Oswald and Lewis. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jonathan Mattson
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|Season 2 Release Date?||
Still no word on season 2.
I love this show, and I want the entire series - either as a complete set or as individual seasons.
But I absolutely refuse to buy one season without knowing that subsequent seasons are out or on the way. I'm sure others share that philosophy.
Studios: Take notice.
Mar 28, 2008 by C. Kleist | See all 35 posts
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