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Reba 6 Seasons 2007

Season 6
4.7 out of 5 stars (110) IMDb 6.4/10

Get ready to join country superstar Reba McEntire and bid farewell to America's first family of down-home dysfunction in the hilarious and heart-felt final season of Reba.

Starring:
Reba McEntire, Christopher Rich
Original air date:
February 18, 2007

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1. Let's Get Physical

Barbara Jean's weight loss helps to motivate Reba, but when Brock suspects that Barbara Jean is cheating with her fitness trainer, Reba is recruited to get to the bottom of things.

CC TV-PG November 19, 2006 20 minutes
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2. Just Business

After meeting with a major real estate competitor, Van and Reba learn that the company wants to hire Van--and not Reba. Meanwhile, Barbara Jean's new, slender look has Brock concerned.

CC TV-PG November 19, 2006 20 minutes
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3. Trading Spaces

Change is in the air when Van builds a home office in the garage, Kyra decides to move back in with Reba, and Cheyenne reveals some surprising news.

CC TV-PG November 26, 2006 20 minutes
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4. Roll With It

After Kyra moves back in, Reba is shocked by some of her new habits, including drinking beer around the house. Elsewhere, a misguided Jake joins a wheelchair basketball team.

CC TV-PG December 3, 2006 20 minutes
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5. The Break-Up

The race is on as Van's decision to accept a job offer from a big real estate firm causes friction in the Hart household. Meanwhile, Barbara Jean auditions to become a TV weather forecaster.

CC TV-PG December 10, 2006 20 minutes
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6. Sweet Child O' Mine

As Cheyenne and Van eagerly await their new arrival, Cheyenne fears that the baby will grow up to be like Kyra. Meanwhile, Van is overwhelmed by a lengthy to-do list.

CC TV-PG December 17, 2006 20 minutes
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7. Locked and Loaded

Hoping to spice up his marriage, Brock seeks advice from an unlikely source--Reba. And, Van is in for a surprise when Kyra videotapes his crazy antics and goes public with them.

CC TV-PG January 7, 2007 20 minutes
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8. As We Forgive Those...

Barbara Jean fears for her job and asks for Reba's help when the station hires an ambitious new intern. Meanwhile, Cheyenne has some difficult news for Brock.

CC TV-PG January 14, 2007 20 minutes
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9. Bullets Over Brock

Reba is caught in the middle when Brock moves into the garage to avoid fighting with Barbara Jean, and the temperamental Van is fired as the coach of Jake's soccer team.

CC TV-PG January 21, 2007 20 minutes
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10. Cheyenne's Rival

Just when Van and Cheyenne think they've found their dream house, things turn nightmarish when they discover that the seller is Cheyenne's high-school nemesis.

CC TV-PG January 28, 2007 20 minutes
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11. She's With The Band

Reba puts her foot down when Kyra announces that she is postponing college to go on tour with her band. Meanwhile, Van and Cheyenne have different ideas about home decor.

CC TV-PG February 11, 2007 20 minutes
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12. The Housewarming

Reba quickly wears out her welcome by dropping in on Van and Cheyenne unannounced. Elsewhere, now separated from Brock, Barbara Jean has an on-camera melt down.

CC TV-PG February 18, 2007 20 minutes
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13. The Kids are Alright

In the bittersweet series finale, Van and Cheyenne move back in with Reba after a fire in their new home, and Barbara Jean faces a difficult decision when she is offered an out-of-state job.

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Comedy
Director Will Mackenzie
Starring Reba McEntire, Christopher Rich
Supporting actors JoAnna Garcia Swisher, Steve Howey, Scarlett Pomers, Mitch Holleman, Melissa Peterman, Dot-Marie Jones, Victor Webster
Season year 2007
Network Fox TV Classics
Producers Kevin Abbott, Donald R. Beck, Matt Berry, Pat Bullard, Chris Case, Michael Hanel, Reba McEntire, Mindy Schultheis, Jason Shubb
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Please release Season 6 in Full Screen!

Why on Earth did they cancel this show? I compare this show to the likes of Lucy! It should have been shown on the mainstream TV channels. Funny, entertaining and a joy to watch. It will bring laughter into your home. There are not many shows that our entire family can sit down and enjoy together. The writers of this series are phenomenal!

All characters blend together to make this one of the best comedies in TV history! I'm so tired of reality shows that have consumed the airways. I fear shows like Reba will disappear into the sunset, and our society needs the laughter shows like this produce. I have season 1-5 and I cannot get enough of them.

However, the rush to get Season 5 out, you can tell FOX did a poor job in doing. The packaging was not as nice as Season 1-4. Not the caliber of quality they put into the first four Seasons. But SO very thankful they released it!

Thrilled that Scarlett Pomers character (Kyra) returned for Season 6.

I'm so sad that there will only be 13 more episodes released in Season 6, yet I will enjoy this show forever! I plan on doubling up my set to make sure I am never without this show.

Thank you Reba, and the entire cast, for the endless hours of laughter! We love you!
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I was floored by how funny and charming this show is - a blend of "I love Lucy", "Friends", "The Cosby Show", and maybe a touch of "Roseanne" thrown in.

All of the characters really work as sympathetic and interesting people, starting with Reba. She is just perfect as the strong, somewhat harried mom trying to navigate all the unconventional changes life has thrown at her and her family.

By season 6, Cheyenne and Van have matured into more responsible adults, but are still flaky and endearing enough to deliver many of the show's laughs and satisfy fans who loved the innocent airheads of season 1.

The Brock and Barbara Jean story line was less satisfying to me -- I wish they hadn't experienced QUITE so much conflict in their marriage throughout so many seasons, but the implication by the end is that they will work it out and that they love each other, so that's good.

Barbara Jean and Reba are always delightful together. And it is wonderful to have Kira back, as deadpan as ever, getting ready to go off into the world in her own way (despite Reba's efforts to control her).

Reba is my favorite part of this sitcom, I must admit. She is pragmatic and funny and dispenses wisdom and sarcasm as needed. If you have put off watching this show because it stars "that country music singer", I urge you to forget anything you've ever thought you knew about Reba McIntire and look at her work with fresh eyes.

She has excellent comedic timing and is so appealing in "Reba", and really pulls the whole show together with her contagious energy and enthusiasm. I hope at some point we are able to see her again in another sitcom.
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By R. Meyer on October 17, 2009
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Love, love, love! While I was sad to see the series end this is a great season to end it. Only disappointment in the DVD is that there is no extras such as bloopers.
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Hey Reba fans. I am the webmaster of The Reba McEntire Network (Reba.Synthasite.Com) and I have created a video for the release of season 6. I am now editing this review, as I did post this a long time ago. Take a look at the video. It's kind of boring, but it's the best I could to on a computer that wasn't even mine. Anyways, about the DVD, I'm so glad that it is finally out on DVD! It's amazing. Just when we all thought that seasons five and six weren't going to be released, well, surprise. Here they are. The designers of the art work aren't doing as well as I had hoped. It would be a lot cooler if seasons 5 and 6 were released in box sets, and not just regular DVD cases. Also, they don't containa the episode lists at all. I had to go online, and print one out. I did that, and placed it in the case myself! Lol. That's the best I could think of! Another thing, I wish that these last seasons had some kind of special features like seasons 1-3 do. But, we can stay on the positive side, by just saying, "Finally, the whole series of 'Reba' are now on DVD, and I can watch it whenever I want to!". Just say that, and you will be good. I have the complete series of the show, and I'm so glad that I can watch 125 episodes in any order, at any time! I really hope all of you love the DVD! Promote this show to others who don't know it! I would definitely recommend this product to others! One thing you should know, Reba's hair is red. Do you know what red means? It means "Promote me, I am ready for greatness." Just a little thing that JoAnna Garcia says in 'Privileged'. Think that about Reba too! :) That's all for now. I'll see if I have anything to edit, or add to this review later on!
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I was very excited to get the last season of Reba. I have enjoyed this comedy for the past 6 years and I love the way it ended...brought to a natural conclusion of growing up (everyone including adults) and positive outlooks for the future. A feel good show is a welcome relief in today's world of mindless television violence. Thank you so much for the entertainment.
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