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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A true television classic, July 16, 2005
"Maude" was the archetypal topical early 70s sitcom. Arguably even more daring and controversial than its parent sitcom "All in the Family," "Maude" took on all manner of sacred cows. Even though the character of Maude was reportedly based on Norman Lear's own wife, Frances, and even though most of the people behind the show were almost certainly politically liberal themselves, the program happily made fun of liberal, especially "limosuine liberal," excesses of the era. As well the show explored so many other controversial topics, almost a laundry list of previosuly-taboo-on-television topics.

I'm not sure why this show, considering the financial successes of other topical-sitcom DVDs releases, has not yet been released on DVD. Perhaps the people who own the rights think it's too obscure, too dated with all the 70s references? Well, let me tell you, IT WILL SELL!! Please release this one too, guys! Many of us have very fond memories of "Maude," and you will see a return on your money if you release it. Plus, Bea Arthur is a gay icon and many gay men will buy the DVD just for that fact alone.


All in the Family - The Complete Fourth Season
All in the Family - The Complete Fourth Season
DVD ~ Vincent Gardenia
38 used & new from $2.26

38 of 42 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A summary of the fourth season of "All in the Family", February 6, 2005
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This fourth "All in the Family" DVD will cover the 1973-74 season, including the following episodes:

* "Archie the Gambler" (Edith demands that Archie stop gambling)

* "Henry's Farewell" (Henry Jefferson is moving. Neither Henry nor Archie wants to have an integrated farewell party at his house)

* "We're Having a Heat Wave" (A two-parter that introduced the Lorenzos to AiTF).

* "Edith Finds an Old Man" (Edith brings home a nursing-home runaway)

* "Archie and the Kiss" (Archie against the Rodin statue)

* "Archie and the Computer" (Archie learns his lesson about computer errors)

* "The Games Bunkers Play" (Mike doesn't like hearing how his friends perceive him)

* "Edith's Conversion" (Horse-meat and Catholicism make Archie angry)

* "Archie in the Cellar" (Archie gets locked in the cellar)

* "Black is the Color of My True Love's Wig" (Gloria's new wig creates strife in her relationship with Mike)

* "Second Honeymoon" (Archie and Edith go to Atlantic City for their 25th anniversary)

* "The Taxi Caper" (Archie agrees to drop charges when he is mugged by the son of a city politician)

* "Archie is Cursed" (Archie and Irene Lorenzo argue over men and women in sports)

* "Edith's Christmas Story" (Edith gets some bad news)

* "Mike and Gloria Mix It Up" (Mike and Gloria fight)

* "Archie Feels Left Out" (Archie has a half-century crisis)

* "Et Tu, Archie" (Job insecurity)

* "Gloria's Boyfriend" (A man with Down's Syndrome has a crush on Gloria)

* "Lionel's Engagement" (A surprise awaits George Jefferson about Lionel's fiancee)

* "Archie Eats and Runs" (Archie and mushrooms)

* "Gloria Sings the Blues" (Gloria has issues with her marriage)

* "Mike's Graduation" (Mike graduates from college... or does he?)

* "Pay the Twenty Dollars" (A dispute over possibly counterfit money)


Da Ali G Show - The Complete First Season
Da Ali G Show - The Complete First Season
DVD ~ Sacha Baron Cohen
Offered by DAILY "Black-Friday" 4U
Price: $11.99
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hugely funny - you'll watch it over and over again, August 24, 2004
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"Da Ali G Show" is a wildly inventive, hugely entertaining, massively funny series. Other people have described it on here (and he's gotten enough press that even us HBO-less North Americans should have already had at least a rough idea of what it's like), but watching the program play out is such a treat. Ali G is a great character, but my personal favorite is Bruno - the flaky Austrian fashion reporter. His trip to Alabama is the stuff of legend. His interviews with the fashionistas are wonderfully hilarious (and his subjects jaw-droppingly dumb). Any fan of true comedy - that is, stuff that actually makes you laugh - needs to own this DVD. Respect.


Cinquieme As
Cinquieme As
27 used & new from $0.02

2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Superb French rap, March 23, 2004
This review is from: Cinquieme As (Audio CD)
It is not necessary to understand a word of French to appreciate the music on this CD. MC Solaar is a formidable talent, and nearly all of the songs on this CD have infectious rhymes, elegant phrasings, and are utterly listenable. Perhaps the ultimate album of French rap.


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