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Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman: Season 2 [DVD]
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Transplanted from Boston to rough-around-the-edges Colorado Springs, Dr. "Mike" faces an uphill battle adapting to her new surroundings and convincing her neighbors to accept a female physician. With the initial adjustment behind her, the 24 episodes in Season Two see Mike growing into life on the frontier, raising her three adopted children, becoming ever closer to the enigmatic Sully, and trying to maintain her convictions--and the health of the town--in the face of constant challenges.
These seven DVDs includes the complete second season of the modern family classic, featuring guest appearances from Johnny and June Carter Cash, Diane Ladd and Tom Poston.
BONUS FEATURES: Commentary with Joe Lando on Best Friends"; Beginnings: A Featurette; Cast Biographies; Boarding House: Guest Stars; Series Awards & Honors
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The DVDs themselves were also great. The quality of the picture is simply perfect and much better than some of the episodes from the first season. The sound is about the same. All seven discs come in pretty cool individual boxes, like the average A&E TV show box sets like the "Mr. Bean" DVD. There is no booklet; instead the episode descriptions are on the back of each volume. The cover of the entire case isn't exactly perfect. It's kind of blurry and obvious that there were two different pictures stuck together. The makers could have chosen a better front cover. This product would be even better if there were subtitles and some pictures of each scene at the selection menu.
The special features were much better than the first season's. Instead of one good thing, there were two brilliant things to watch. The last disc contains "Beginnings: A Featurette," which was really interesting. You learn some interesting facts in it. It was fun seeing how some of the actors looked like and changed over the past years.Read more ›
I did start watching the series in mid-second season so a couple of the episodes were new to me (its hard to catch them in order in re-runs!) but the ones I'd seen before were just as good this time through! I loved the first season DVD's and I'm not disappointed in the second installment. Great quality, great shows and no commercials - who could ask for more?
Beth Sullivan is a wonderfully talented writer, and the actors and actresses are magnificent. The show promotes strong values, without the audience feeling like those values are being stuffed down their throats. And it isn't unrealistic in the portrayal. Granted problems are solved quickly in order to fit within its time slot, they are still real problems. None of the characters is perfect or even comes close to perfect. Even those, such as Jake and Horace, who are not the main characters have depth. Therefore, through the writing of Sullivan and the acting brings the world of Dr. Quinn to life.
Dr. Quinn was most definitely a rarity in television shows, and it is a pity that they cancelled it.
As for the special features on the DVD - there aren't many of them, but it does include a short featurette about the show, which includes many interviews. There is a short biography about some of the actors/actresses, and credits awards that the show has received. While I think they should have included more special features, the show is so wonderful that I am not going to give it less than 5 stars because of this lack.
Dr. Quinn and Sully set the tone for acceptance and tolerance. Dr. Quinn had a history of demanding justice for African Americans even before she moved from Boston to Colorado. Sully, meanwhile, was friends with the Indians and defended them from the town folk's disfavor. Dr. Quinn and Sully also took stands in support of the immigrants. They lived what they believed, and that is acceptance and tolerance of those who are different. They did even more, and developed friendships with those who others wouldn't accept. Dr. Quinn and Sully were able to see into the hearts of people. They loved and accepted them for who they were.
Dr. Quinn showed the human side of the Indians and human side of the town folk. They all had their prejudices against one another, but apart from their dislike of each other they were humans in search of happiness.
We saw Dr. Quinn reaching out and seeking to heal the injuries on both sides of the battle. She didn't care if they had done good or bad. She still helped them.
Time after time, there was an emphasis on the human spirit and showing love in the midst of hate. There was a constant message that love and understanding was always the answer.
It's an awesome message, and it's one that teaches to look beyond the bad things that people do, and answer them with love and not return the hate.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love the part where she falls off the horse and wants to be so independent and he lets her fall and she wonders why he didn't help?Published 7 months ago by Barbara Mowrey BM
Wonderful season of Dr Quinn - Me and my family look forward to watching these episodes together - Highly recommend this DVD setPublished 12 months ago by cm