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The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: The Complete Series [DVD]
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|Number Of Discs||10|
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Tune in and take off on adventures with The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius! Visit worlds you never imagined (or perhaps wanted to see) including Sheen's brain, an asteroid, and the Retroville Museum. And discover scientific uses for everyday items, like the toaster, gum, and your best friends.
Tune in and take off on adventures with The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius! Visit worlds you never imagined (or perhaps wanted to see) including Sheen's brain, an asteroid, and the Retroville Museum. And discover scientific uses for everyday items, like the toaster, gum, and your best friends.]]>
- MPAA rating : NR (Not Rated)
- Package Dimensions : 7.48 x 5.35 x 0.98 inches; 9.6 Ounces
- Director : Various
- Media Format : NTSC, DVD
- Run time : 22 hours
- Release date : October 26, 2021
- Actors : Various
- Studio : SHOUT! FACTORY
- ASIN : B09C2YZPSG
- Country of Origin : USA
- Number of discs : 10
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The DVD contains all of the the episodes from the show, including the three Jimmy/Timmy specials when the show crossover with Fairly OddParents between 2004 to 2006. However, the set doesn't include the 2001 movie as it's published directly from Viacom, but it's not a big deal as this is only for the show.
The only gripes I have with the set is mainly the features, as I read from the Wikia that it's mainly the features from the previous DVDs. I'm glad they know about them, but I also wish they also contain new features on how the series was made, as there's some leaks about the series' bible. Another issue is the Christmas episode, as during the one scene where Jimmy's parents were singing the Pule song where the music is missing. It's an interesting way to hear what the song is like without the music, don't get me wrong, but it feels like it's a misstep Shout took and the episode isn't on any other DVD. I read somewhere that it has to do with rights issues, and as I heard that some episodes had some edited music due to rights issues, and I kinda wish Shout sorted them out beforehand. I also wish the DVD box set is more creative as I felt like it's a bit bland inside and would like it to be more special.
Still, it' a great show Nick had in the 2000s before they overused SpongeBob later on, and if you grew up with the show and if you have kids, this is a great set!
The program material itself is all there, with a couple of exceptions likely due to licensing (licensing for DVDs is different than licensing for broadcast). The exceptions are:
- Party at Neutron's: in the broadcast version, the music Betty and Jimmy dance to is the Chuck Barry song in the dance contest in Pulp Fiction. The music in the DVD is different and works OK, just the pun is lost.
- Holly Jolly Jimmy: for "The Pule Song", Hugh and Judy sing it a cappella (without music).
The case is the weakest part and could have been made a bit more robust. However, when the case is closed, the disks do stay in place and don't slip out of the mounts.
With the release of this collection, finally all the episodes are available for home viewing.
According to the DVD case, there are approximately 22.3 hours of content in this set. More than enough to be worth the price if you grew up with the show and want to tell Nickelodeon that there are still people out there interested in it.
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This is a great collection that even includes the 3 Jimmy-Timmy Power Hours.
The only issue is some episodes have been placed out of order, in particular the Special about all of Jimmy's villains joining forces, which has some major plot development, is placed long before episodes that set it up.
While disappointing, definitely not a deal breaker. Just bear in mind you'll have to skip that one and come back to it if you want the "true experience".
Grab a croissant, polish your ducks, and get ready for a Brain Blast of nostalgia.