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  • Actors: Ozzy Osbourne, Sharon Osbourne, Kelly Osbourne, Jack Osbourne
  • Directors: Brendon Carter, C.B. Harding, Darren Ewing, Katherine Brooks, Rob Fox
  • Writers: Charlie Schulman, Elizabeth Hirschhorn
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: French
  • 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: LIONSGATE
  • DVD Release Date: January 6, 2012
  • Run Time: 300 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005JLBW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #62,115 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Osbournes: Season 1 (Uncensored)" on IMDb

Special Features

  • All 10 episodes of the first season with commentary
  • Option to play uncensored or censored version
  • Never before seen, unaired footage
  • "Too Oz for TV" - Blooper Reel
  • Ozzy's Ten Commandments
  • Never-Before-Seen interviews with cast
  • Ozzy translator
  • Conversations with the Osbournes: Life On The Road, Family Values, First Season Stories, The Untold Story of Michael the Security Guard
  • Set Top Materials: Name that dookie, Edit a scene, Osbournes Bingo Game - use supplied cards or download new cards off the internet to play bingo
  • DVD-ROM: Food Nuisance, Guide to "The Osbournes," Website links

Editorial Reviews

Product Description

Heavy Metal legend Ozzy Osbourne invites you into his home, and every outrageous moment with the notorious rocker and his colorful family is captured here in MTV's highest-rated show THE OSBOURNES -_ THE FIRST SEASON! There's no script, the situations are real, the family is completely normal...well, as normal as they can be considering that dear ol' dad is the self-proclaimed Prince of Darkness! Along with every wild episode from the recordbreaking first season, this must-have DVD collection includes exclusive, never-beforeseen footage! Here's your chance to relive the fun of each episode while seeing what went on behind the scenes and hearing what the censors wouldn't allow on MTV !

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As the second season aired, the decline in TV ratings and the tepid sales of Kelly Osbourne's album indicated that the Osbourne family's 15 minutes were just about up. But this two-disc set is an indispensable time-capsule keepsake of that brief and shining moment when Ozzy and his family put their indelible stamp on pop culture as the stars of the first reality sitcom. For addled heavy-metal pioneer Ozzy, his fiercely devoted wife and manager Sharon, and two (of three) of their children--petulant misfit Jack and the more flamboyant pink-haired Kelly--it was a very good year. They were MTV's top-rated series ever. They graced magazine covers. They were championed by no less a moral arbiter than Dan Quayle. Even President George W. Bush got into the act, toasting Ozzy at the annual Washington Press Club soiree: "Ozzy, mom loves your stuff." The Osbournes is the kind of series for which the phrase "instantly addictive" was coined. The idea seemed positively batty: Chronicle the lives of the Osbournes as they settle in to their new Beverly Hills home. They ain't the Clampetts, as the crates marked "Dead Things" indicates. Persistent use of the F word and other obscenities (not bleeped on the uncensored DVD) aside, the Osbournes at heart are a close-knit, loving family. Or, as Ozzy so tenderly puts it, "I love you more than life itself, but you're all f------ mad." Episode 4 bears him out, as Sharon and Jack declare war on their noisy next-door neighbors with airborne foodstuffs. These 10 endlessly repeatable episodes are enhanced by this features-heavy DVD; among its most inspired extras is an "Ozzy translator." The first season of The Osbournes was a lightning-in-a- bottle phenomenon whose success has yet to be duplicated, not by the shameless Anna Nicole, not by clueless Liza, not even by the Osbournes themselves. --Donald Liebenson

Customer Reviews

Luckily, this DVD has an "Ozzy translator."
Christopher Schmitz
If you're having a bad day, you just have to pop this in and you will feel so much better as you laugh along with this whacky family.
Michael Crane
This is a fun, loving family who have created a show that is a joy to watch.
A. Sorrell

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110 of 124 people found the following review helpful By Angela M. Healey on December 12, 2002
Format: DVD
The Osbournes is one of the best TV shows around, and I can't wait for the Complete First Season to come out on DVD. This version is uncensored, so you can see footage that they didn't show on TV (according to Amazon, on 6 episodes). This DVD, unlike most television shows that come on DVD has a lot of bonus material and special features, as well as all 10 great episodes from the first series:
1. There Goes The Neighborhood
We meet the family as they move into their new Beverly Hills home. After problems with the furniture, Ozzy displays his dismay with a tricky remote control. Later, Ozzy performs on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno", despite his nervousness. Kelly and Jack have a love-hate relationship and physically fight throughout the episode. The show closes with Sharon trying to sort through her funny family issues.
2. Bark At The Moon
The Osbournes are settling into their new house as their pets settle too. Some rambunctious pets ruin the furniture and leave "presents" on the ground. Sharon enlists a pet therapist to help the situation. Also, Kelly is pulled over by cops due to poor driving.
3. For The Record
The Osbourne clan visits the "Big Apple" sans Jack. As Ozzy makes many guest appearances on shows such as NBC's "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" and TRL, Jack goes to a "hippy" camp where he apparently breaks all the rules and has a miserable time. Then the family makes it home in time for Kelly's 17th birthday. Complete with cauldrons and contortionists, Kelly has a little too much fun and gets a tatoo. Meanwhile, a girl sleeps in Jack's room and the door is locked.
4. Won't You Be My Neighbor?
The epsiode begins with Kelly venting her anger to Ozzy because she has a ob/gyn appointment that she doesn't want to go to.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Gregg Taylor on March 7, 2003
Format: DVD
If you've never seen "The Osbournes" on MTV, then you probably wouldn't be looking it up on AMAZON...Suffice it to say, these 2 DVD's are the BEST Source material for THE rock legend, Ozzy Osbourne.
HOWEVER: I had to write this particular review to let people know something about the episodes...they are NOT EXACTLY THE SAME as you've seen on MTV!--For some reason, MIRAMAX doesn't seem to have the same "clearance rights" as MTV, since I have spotted 6(!) alterations made to at least 5 of the 10 episodes!! For the nit-pickers out there (like me), I'll list the ones I've found:
1) When Sharon orders Jack to clean up Lola's alien "mess," he NO LONGER sings, "Who Let the Dogs Out."
2) When Kelly nearly sets fire to the kitchen, Ozzy NO LONGER sings the Talking Heads' song title, "Burning Down the House."
3) On the tour bus during the Christmas holidays, when Jack serves Ozzy spare ribs, Ozzy NO LONGER mimics the slogan/jingle: "I want my baby-back, baby-back, baby-back--" (you know the rest).
4) When the ...bubbles appear onstage, Sharon NO LONGER sings, "Tiny Bubbles"...
5) The noisy next-door neighbors sing "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands"--TWICE--replacing the (heavily?) copyrighted, "My Girl."
6) During the making of Ozzy's "Moulin Rouge" spoof-video, he NO LONGER tries the line: "Molcha-Choca-lotta (whatever)," or doesn't even mention "STAR WARS"...that scene is COMPLETELY missing.
Don't get me wrong...these anti-infringement "modifications" DO NOT take away from the sheer enjoyment of these 20-minute episodes, but to someone (like myself) who has obsessively watched them countless times on MTV, the changes are obvious...and even sometimes painful to watch.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 27, 2003
Format: DVD
Welcome to the home and domain of the Prince of Darkness and his loving family. No matter what the ratings or sales, the Osbourne family has become one of the focial points of American attention and probably will stay that way for some time. They're a fantastic bunch of people.
This DVD set (the uncensored one doesn't have words bleeped out) contains the first season, ten episodes of Ozzy Osbourne, heavy metal rocker; his strong, smart wife-manager Sharon; son Jack and pink-haired daughter Kelly. (And a lot of pets, too) Food fights, pet therapy, teen partying, settling into a new home, dogs messing up the furniture, stolen thongs, and much more pepper this interesting, entertaining TV show. The Partridge Family they ain't... thank God.
What makes this middle-aged rocker and his family different from other fly-on-the-wall reality shows? Maybe it's their honesty, maybe it's because they were were the first. With the abundance of the F-word and the don't-kiss-up attitudes, the Osbournes are a breath of fresh air on TV in general. They remain perhaps the only good reality show out there.
Even if you weren't a fan of Black Sabbath, you'll quickly become acquainted with Ozzy: eccentric, funny, and profanely sweet at times. Sharon is intensely loyal and loving to her hubby, sometimes acid-tongued, witty, and capable of being as peculiar as he is. Jack and Kelly serve as exceptional counterpoints to their parents, sometimes petulant, sometimes disobedient, sometimes just doing their best to rebel (clubbing, getting tattoos, and so on). They can be as witty as Sharon, and their exchanges sometimes just blossom into hilarity -- sometimes unintentionally ("I feel like I'm invisible" "Shut up!
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