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The Osbournes - The Second Season


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  • Actors: Kelly Osbourne, Ozzy Osbourne, Sharon Osbourne, Jack Osbourne
  • Directors: Brendon Carter, C.B. Harding, Darren Ewing, Donald Bull, Greg Johnston
  • 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: Miramax Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: November 14, 2012
  • Run Time: 200 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000A2ZSN
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #58,991 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Osbournes - The Second Season" on IMDb

Special Features

  • All 10 episodes with uncensored and censored soundtracks
  • 30 minutes of unaired footage
  • Episode commentary with the Osbourne family
  • Ozzy translator for each episode
  • Dookie's Revenge: set-top game
  • "What the $%#@ did he say?" trivia game
  • DVD-ROM: train to become a member of the Osbourne household by playing along with each episode

Editorial Reviews

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The modern-day Addams Family returns for a second season of their landmark reality sitcom. Overexposure quickly wore out the Osbournes' welcome, but the season opener, "What Goes Up," is a reminder of the surreal circus that was their lightning-in-a-bottle 15 minutes of fame. Ozzy and Sharon attend the White House Correspondents' dinner, where Ozzy rates a mention by the president and receives a thundering ovation. Daughter Kelly performs "Papa Don't Preach" at the MTV Music Awards. And son Jack is thrilled that McDonald's has brought back the McRib. The next episode, "Must Come Down," is the reality check, in which Sharon is diagnosed with colon cancer. But the family quickly gets back "to what they usually do," which is drive each other (and anyone who crosses them) crazy. Jack takes special delight in tormenting trespassing tourists by turning the sprinklers on them. When Kelly brings home her first serious boyfriend, a rock singer, it's to her mortified horror that Sharon questions him about his obscene nickname. The season does comes to a poignant end with a lavish New Year's party during which Ozzy and Sharon renew their vows, and ends with Ozzy passed out on the couch (just like their first honeymoon, Sharon sardonically observes).

Of course, there is reality and there is reality. Though not dealt with onscreen, it has since been reported that Jack has undergone rehab for a substance abuse problem, a tragic family legacy. This puts something of a damper on watching the "wacky" antics. But as with the first season, The Osbournes is fun to visit, with cameos by, among others, Natalie Portman, Mandy Moore, P. Diddy, and Marilyn Manson adding to the cachet. But thank god you don't live there. As with the first season, this two-disc package contains such inspired extras as a translator that provides subtitles for the addled Ozzy's profanity-laced dialogue and a preferred bleep-free viewing option.--Donald Liebenson

Product Description

America's first family of dysfunction - Ozzy, Sharon, Kelly and Jack - is back for a second season of reality that's even wilder than the first! As the always unpredictable Osbournes again open their doors to MTV's cameras, the result is another 10 hilarious episodes of unscripted insanity! But now that every member of the household is an international star... and a family crisis interrupts the fun... there's a whole new set of situations confronting the famous foursome. Featuring an incredibly hilarious assortment of laugh-packed episodes from the all-new second season, this must-own collection also comes loaded with DVD-only extras and never-before-seen footage that you don't want to miss!

DISCLAIMER: The following DVD-ROM Special Feature is not available in this version of the DVD:

- "Crazy Training: Train To Become A Member Of The Osbourne Household By Playing Along With Each Episode”

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Customer Reviews

I love her in "The Talk".
Ushi
Kelly keeps hitting and I just want to smack her up side her head and Sharon looks beautiful in the wake.
judy
Because what you see on the Osbournes is the truth of a real life family.
Reading While in Asia

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 14, 2003
Format: DVD
According to the review from DREW WELDON from LAKE PARK, GEORGIA, the uncensored versions are not available. However, DVD reviews from other sites say that each show starts with the dialogue censored, and you have to go and switch it to uncensored every time. While this is an inconvenience, it's not true to say that the uncensored versions are not available at all.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Brent W. Patterson on January 28, 2004
Format: DVD
The season two set is incomplete. It does not include the last ten episodes of the season that were produced late in the season.
As season three has now started, hopefully the second half of season two will be released onto DVD along with the Christmas special.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By S. Kelly on September 30, 2003
Format: DVD
I just watched a few episodes of the 2nd Osbournes season and it was just as funny, if not funnier than the first season. Seeing Ozzy fumble around his daily life and seeing his lights go on when he is on stage is amazing. Kelly and Jack drive each other crazy as usual and Sharon is there to referee, from her sick bed.
I highly recommend anyone to buy this. I have never been a fan of Ozzy's music but I love the show. I cannot wait for the 3rd season to come out.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Meg VINE VOICE on April 21, 2004
Format: DVD
Yes Season Two had some wonderful moments, but alot of it was just a phony show of wealth, and the kids trying to capitalize on their 15 minutes of fame. They are barely ever in the house together at the same time, they're always running to London or something. Kelly released her album during this time, and lets just say the charts speak for themselves. The first season was Osbournes at their best, this is like having to listen to Kelly screech while stepping in a turd from Lola
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Reading While in Asia on November 29, 2003
Format: DVD
They are not the typical American family, when it comes to the language. But the love they share, is what we all need.
Is there a house out there, that has sibling that don't fight? How about a spouse with a few problems? How about problematic children or teenagers? If you do than you need to write a book. Because what you see on the Osbournes is the truth of a real life family. We all don't use their language, but there problems are typical. I especially loved the re-newing of the vows. That was very special, especially after Ossie reunited Sharon with her Dad! Than her Dad gave her away at the wedding.
Ossie, you are so special.
I also could identify, with Sharon, and the entire family during her heath crisis. I have been there, and no matter what a family looks like on the outside, this family pulled together to get her through, and she maintained as much of a normal life as she could for them. I LOVE THE OSBOURNES! WE COULD LEARN HOW TO LOVE FROM THIS FAMILY!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Tommy Jeffers on May 13, 2004
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Ozzy and pals have done it again! This time the series is much more warm. The fact that Sharon was diagonised with cancer only served to make the show reveal some stonger emotions. The kids are still brats and the Oz is still a madman, but you can tell that they truly love one another. Most reality TV is somewhat fake, and The Osbournes have obviously staged episodes, but the emotion is real. Very good DVD. Once again...NOT FOR KIDS.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amanda on October 25, 2003
Format: DVD
America's craziest family is back, and this time they're even funnier than the first season! I absolutely am addicted to this show. I can watch it over and over without ever getting sick of it. In an age where funny television shows are a dying breed, this one stands out from the rest of the reality tv/ comedy mush out right now. From Ozzy's battle to catch Moby Dick (um, fish don't like cheese, but whatever), to Kelly freaking out about her newfound fame, to Jack... well, being Jack, and of course Sharon (who at the time this season was taped was still battling cancer) who always just says whatever she wants (yay Sharon); this is a family that never ceases to have an interesting story to tell. They're the Beverly Hillbillies of the millennium (and I mean that in a nice way) - they have this balance of being just like any given American family - just as dysfunctional and crazy - only they have millions of dollars and cameras following their every move. It's basically the story of your family if your dad had been a 70's rock star.
The DVD itself is mostly like the first one. It has all 10 episodes of the season plus the option to turn on commentary by Sharon and either Aimee, Kelly, Ozzy, or Sharon's 4th child, Mimi (or Minnie?) the dog. The commentary isn't remarkable, though if you've seen all of the episodes a billion times (like me) you can just switch it on for something different while you watch the episodes. They don't say much (Sharon mostly says "I haven't seen this" or "Oh my g-d, I can't believe they put that in"). I'm not sure why they thought it was a good idea to have Aimee do commentary because all she does is say how stupid her family is and criticize whatever she sees. Ozzy will occasionally mutter and say "testing, testing," Kelly offers a few insights, and Mimi (or Minnie?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M J Heilbron Jr. VINE VOICE on January 27, 2004
Format: DVD
Whether or not you may believe "The Osbournes" is your particular cup of tea, I feel that it has an appeal that crosses generational lines. It shouldn't be dismissed summarily.
Despite the barrage of four-letter words.
One of the things that comes across with crystal clarity is that this family really, truly, deeply loves each other. It's unquestionable and freshly without any sort of cynicism you see on pretty much every other reality show save "Queer Eye".
Next, due to a combination of the magic of editing and the family's natural timing, this stuff is freakin' hysterical. Ozzy's comments on the pandemic dog poo situation, Sharon's frequently lacerating comments on popular culture, and the epic bickering between the two kids is recognized by anyone who has ever been a sibling, or given birth to them.
The ability to censor the cursing is kinda fun. The bleeps are funny in their own way, when whole sentences seem to evaporate. But the unrestricted torrent of often-playful vulgarity is oh-so funny. When Ozzy berates the ocean...yes, the ocean...to quit encroaching on the fire he's trying to build in front of his Malibu home to cheer up the ill Sharon, I was giggling madly.
He's as serious as a heart attack, which makes it all the funnier. He's not cursing the fact the water is trying to extinguish the fire; he's actually expecting the waves to respond as he yells "F off!"
His idea to fish from the shore, using cheese as bait had me on the floor, because to Ozzy, it's common knowledge that "fish love cheese."
Dismiss any prejudice you may have towards this show, and watch these ten episodes (plus outtakes). This is very funny television.
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