Dirty Sexy Money: The Complete and Final Second Season
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Bonus Features Include: Directing The Darlings Take A Seat In The Director's Chair Of DIRTY SEXY MONEY With Accomplished Director Jamie Babbit, A Total Knockout Spend A Day In The Life With Natalie Zea On The Set, Dirty Sexy Crafty Meet Josh Kuhn, the Mobile Craft Service Specialist, Who Serves His Own Blend Of Hot Food And Hilarity To The Cast, Faux Pas Bloopers From Season 2, Deleted Scenes
In the second season, the political career of eldest son Patrick (William Baldwin) takes another hit when his wife, an abusive alcoholic, dies after a nasty spill. Tripp concocts an alternate story and ropes in right-hand son Brian (Glenn Fitzgerald) to play along. Just when things couldn't get much worse, Letitia (Jill Clayburgh) stands trial for the murder of Nick's father, Dutch. Nola (new cast member Lucy Liu) prosecutes the case when she isn't sleeping with party boy Jeremy (Seth Gabel). Samaire Armstrong's Juliet appears only briefly, which leaves socialite Karen (Natalie Zea), who accepts an offer of marriage to entrepreneur Simon Elder (a deliciously devious Blair Underwood), unaware of his plan to seize her shares and take over Darling Enterprises.
Like those other "D" dramas of yore, Dallas and Dynasty, Dirty Sexy Money conforms to the soap opera template, but the merger between comedy and tragedy can make for an awkward fit. Broadcast in two truncated seasons, partly due to the 2007 writers' strike, the show met with cancellation before it had the chance to successfully integrate the two. Gabel and Zea, for instance, handle the humor like champs, while Fitzgerald is so splenetic at times he looks like he might burst, though his proposal to Sheryl Lee's Andrea, the mother of Brian's son, is surprisingly sweet. Supplements include featurettes focusing on Zea and director Jamie Babbit (But I'm a Cheerleader), outtakes, and deleted scenes. --Kathleen C. Fennessy
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Needless to say, the writer's strike definitely made "Dirty Sexy Money" a TV series casualty and unfortunately, the series was unable to get back on its feet. The remaining final episodes came back on by July 2009 but needless to say, with so many delays and its unpredictable schedule, many people were lost and eventually missed out on episodes. But fans who committed to the series will fortunately get a chance to see "Dirty Sexy Money - The Complete and Final Second Season" released on DVD and give people a chance to catch up on the final season.
The main premise of "Dirty Sexy Money" revolves around a successful lawyer named Nick George (Peter Krause). A family man and dedicated lawyer, he takes the position of becoming the family lawyer of the very rich and well-known family from New York known as the Darlings. His father was originally the lawyer of the Darlings but since his mysterious death, he feels its necessary to take care of the family.
The Darling family is a powerful family in New York led by Patrick "Tripp" Darling III who wants nothing but the best for his children Patrick, Karen, Brian, Jeremy and Juliet. Unfortunately, his children to get themselves involved in some trouble and thus, its up to Nick to help bail them out.Read more ›
I actually hired Season 1 here in New Zealand but could not get Season 2.
I bought two copies from Amazon one of which would not play as it was region coded but the other did.
The movie was star studded but fell down with too many 'holes' of the individual characters like the series was unfinished and the character's lives were still up in the air including the 'dead' father of Peter Kraus.
If you want to watch a series literally without end then buy it otherwise stick to a fully finished series.
too bad season 2 was the ned. :(
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Loved every minute of it. Why it went off the air, I don't know. Wish it would come back on.Published 2 months ago by Rebecca Garrett
This mini series was phenomenal. I have no idea why it didn't last on TV.Published 5 months ago by RuthieJo
I loved the first season of this series and the same applies for the second season.Published 10 months ago by Kindle Customer
Shallow, too many skinny people, lousy acting and who give a hoot.Published 12 months ago by Mary Sojourner
Loved the first season they must have switched writers or directors but worth watching anyway!! I want A THIRD SEASON ! HOP ON IT AMAZON !!Published 13 months ago by Mark Tollefson