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The Osbournes - The 2 1/2 Season


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They're ba-a-a-a-ack - in their all-new must-see episodes from from the wildly hilarious MTV reality show! There's always something new, funny and completely unpredictable as Ozzy, Sharon, Kelly and Jack let the cameras into their home to capture every insane moment of their lives! What will happen between Kelly and Christina Aguilera? What happens when Ozzy and Sharon leave Jack at home. Will Ozzy finally learn to use the remote? All of these questions and more are answered in an expanded, laugh-packed collection that also includes the infamous, never-before-seen "Lost Episode" of The Osbournes. And as an added bonus, this must-have 2-disc set comes bursting with extras including an Ozzy translator, a photo gallery and more!

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Whatever footage those omnipresent cameras caught of the medical and substance abuse travails that landed the Osbournes in the tabloids and the gossip columns must have wound up on the cutting room floor. Instead, these 10 episodes that concluded the Emmy-nominated season 2 amp the Osbournes' hysterical dysfunctions to 11. The internecine warfare between siblings Jack and Kelly goes Fallujah in "What a Boy Wants" and "Fists of Fury," an episode that, according to one website, features 135 bleeped obscenities, which must be a series benchmark. But in time-honored, reassuring sitcom convention, family ties are reinforced by episode's end. When the dust has settled in "Fists," Jack and Kelly bond in the kitchen over Easy Mac. Nothing unites the fractious Osbournes like obnoxious neighbors, but in "Tennis Racket," not even Jack's drumming or Ozzy's stereo blasts can stop their incessant tennis-playing neighbors. Jack enjoys something of a breakout half season. He turns 17 and goes Medieval (Times) in "What a Boy Wants." He hooks up with Kurt Cobain's sister in "A Little Ditty About Jack and Brianne" (which also features the surreal sight of a panty-clad Courtney Love reciting Shakespeare!). Another snapshot for the Osbourne family album is Ozzy and Jack disrupting a fishing trip by lobbing firecrackers at birds in "Angler Management." Throughout, Ozzy is his delightful, addled self. In "Run Ozzy Run," his new car's voice-recognition system can't understand him (for viewers with the same problem, this DVD includes the helpful Ozzy Translator). In "What a Boy Wants," a dentist administers the "Ozzy level" of nitrous oxide, with debilitating results. The season ends with a Dallas-esque mind-bleep of Bobby-in-the-shower proportions that calls the reality of the series in question. How brilliant to give the Osbournes the last laugh on us. --Donald Liebenson

Special Features

  • 10 Episodes with Uncensored and Censored Language Tracks
  • Unaired Bonus Footage
  • Ozzy Translator
  • Bonus Episode "Catching Up With the Osbournes"
  • Photo Gallery
  • Episode Commentary With Sharon And Jack
  • Set-Top Game: Choose Your Ozzie Adventure

Product Details

  • Actors: Ozzy Osbourne, Sharon Osbourne, Jack Osbourne, Kelly Osbourne
  • Directors: Darren Ewing, Katherine Brooks, Rob Fox
  • Producers: Ann Meek, Antonia Mattia, Charles Kramer, Claudine Magre, Francis Gasparini
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: French
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Miramax Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: April 2, 2012
  • Run Time: 209 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0001I55LU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #47,101 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Osbournes - The 2 1/2 Season" on IMDb

Customer Reviews

Start with seasons 1 & 2!
Holly
He may have made a life of his own by now though, i really dont see him in much of anything anymore.
toby
I loved watching this show all over again!
Luci

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Tommy Jeffers on May 13, 2004
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Series 2 1/2 (Not sure why they called it this; it is just as long as the other two) is so very, very good. We get to see more of the England house and all of the Oz's gold records. WOW! The series is typical of the family and is great fun. The only issue I have with it is the final episode, and I won't discuss it here. I am not sure if this was supposed to be a joke or a spoof of other reality TV series. I only hope that there are more shows in the future. NOT FOR KIDS!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Debra A. Kelly on June 28, 2009
I am wondering the same thing this person is asking! Would LOVE to see the Osbournes DVD's come out ALL THE SEASONS! They were hilarious and loved watching them. What's the deal on this? If they ever do come out I know I will be buying them. Anyone know what the hold up is?
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Raymond R. Treadway on February 14, 2009
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I find people that say this show only makes fun of Ozzy are completely missing the point. Obviously Ozzy has a mischievous sense of humor so who knows when hes exaggerating his offness and laughing behind the camera. Of course everyone else on the show comes off as completly arrogant and completly spoiled as hell, which makes the Ozzman look, (to me at least, and should to anyone with a shred of common sense) the voice of reason and the only down to earth person there which translates to the Ozz bearing the real heart of the show. I really couldnt give a damn about anyone else on the show. Ozzy made me relate somehow to all the otherwise trashy goings-on around this family and somehow brought a level of intelligence to the bratiness. Sure the guy may have problems but Ozzy is still more there than he gets credit for. I see his ramblings as no more than social awkwardness which I personally suffer from as well. So if you are an Ozzy fan and the reviews that say Ozzy is put to shame and exploited in this show are keeping you away from it, ignore them and take it from me: if you're watching through honest and open eyes this show shows a streak of what all us Ozzy fans saw in him already, integrity. This show is great for the price you can probably pick it up for and lets you laugh not just at Ozzy but if you're fairly intelligent, with him too.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A. Dyer on April 13, 2010
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I love The Osbournes! I love reality shows like this that aren't necessarily competitions (my favorites are always early eliminated), but are just a bunch of people interacting. And these guys are my favorite family ever. It's hilarious and entertaining whenever, and it's great to watch their various personalities clash, and even when they're getting along it's almost tumultuous. This 1/2 season is no different, and though it's only 1/2 a season, it really is worth having, if only for the last episode. I just love this show.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 29, 2004
The episodes are great as usual but are alittle slow at times. The last two seasons are better I think. The DVD's bonus material is what takes this DVD to the next level including bonus footage, a game, TV spots with Tenacious D, commentaries and a great photo gallery. The main reason why I wanted to buy this DVD was because Amazon.com listed that it would have a bonus episode:"Catching Up with the Osbournes". But yet it isnt on the DVD. I thought it would be a hidden easter egg, but never found it. Does anybody know about this??
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By toby on August 9, 2011
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I loved this show. Yeah it was crude, had more profanity than anything Ive ever seen, the kids were downright obnoxious but you cant blame people for how they acted when they were kids, people change.
I think the shows hilarious. After ive had a bad day or someones been bustin my chops its great to go home and pop in one of the dvds and have a laugh. I also have alot of respect for sharon being brave enough to let people see what went on when she went through her battle with colon cancer. Im sure alot of cancer patients were comforted by that.
When i first heard about this show yeah i thought ozzy has sold out but then i got into it. The only thing that I just didnt get on the show was how Jack fixated on Black Sabbath. It was like he was perfectly happy to live in his dads shadow as ozzy osbournes son, milking his dads fame to do whatever he wanted. Im a firm believer in the "get a life of your own" way of life, make your own acomplishments. The whole im in no hurry to move out of the house, im gonna keep staying here and live rent free (which in a house that size with a big beautiful pool, an arcade, a gymn and a a big room with just about anything a guy could want, that wouldnt be much of a sacrifice.) He may have made a life of his own by now though, i really dont see him in much of anything anymore. I think he works somewhere in the record business.
celebrity kids do have one major advantage though, they screw up big and pick themselves back up and get their lives straight they still land killer jobs but in the "not so hollywood" world, you can screw up when your young and people, schools and jobs are gonna be busting your chops for the rest of your career. coming from a teenage screw up grown up straitened up and fighting tooth and nail trying to get into medical school, i can say it doesnt work that way for everybody.
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Back before MTV got all Jersey Shore on us there was The Osbournes. A show that looked into the life of Ozzy Osbourne, his wife Sharon, son Jack, and daughter Kelly. I of course bought every season because I am a lifelong fan of Ozzy and Sharon. After watching this show you kind of get a feel of what Ozzy's life is kind of like. I know that this show was really like thousands of hours or so and they just edited the crap out of it but it's actually pretty addicting when you start watching it. It's full of humor, alot of Kelly and Jack drama, and well Ozzy. The way they end season 2 1/2 is so great. You have to see it! It's not like every other episode and it will have you so fooled:)
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