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Grey's Anatomy: Season 2 Uncut

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Experience the complete second season of TV's most compelling show in an expansive 27-episode DVD set. Witness every minute of the thrilling drama that has become a television event for fans and critics alike. "Week after week, the entire show is mcdreamy," raves USA Today. Life gets even more intense for the doctors and interns of Seattle Grace Hospital in year two as Meredith and Derek's relationship goes from odd to downright insane with the arrival of Derek's wife, and Alex lets his Izzie obsession out of the bag. You "can't stop watching," says TV Guide. Experience GREY'S ANATOMY: THE COMPLETE SECOND SEASON -- UNCUT with over five hours of never-before-seen bonus features, including four extended episodes with scenes too steamy for TV, behind-the-scenes interviews, and so much more.

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The medical drama's second season could be diagnosed as bipolar; in other words, it got much worse and much better at the same time. Whiny, self-involved surgical intern Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo), arguably the weakest spot in the otherwise likeable ensemble, had already left viewers annoyed. But season two, in which Meredith coped with being dumped by her married McDreamy (a.k.a. neurosurgeon Derek, a.k.a. Patrick Dempsey) by excessive drinking, sleeping around, gazing like a sad puppy and--unforgivable!--breaking the heart of longtime admirer/friend George (the cuddly T.R. Knight), could have alienated audiences for good. (Seriously, sometimes you want to shake the girl and feed her some cookies.) Thankfully, what Meredith's storyline threatened to derail was held together by some emotional episodes, including "Into You Like a Train," in which a pair of strangers are impaled together on a metal pole, and "Much Too Much," featuring a mother's quintuplets in critical condition. But the standout show that turned Grey's Anatomy into a television force came with the January 2006 post-Super Bowl episode, a two-parter involving a "code black" lockdown when a live bomb is housed inside a patient.

Romance also remained key to the staff at Seattle Grace: Steely Cristina (Golden Globe winner Sandra Oh) softens, to her great dismay, as her relationship with Dr. Burke (Isaiah Washington) gets serious; Izzie (Katherine Heigl) pairs up, then breaks up, with Alex (Justin Chambers, the villain of the cast if you had to name one) before falling in love with flirty, tender heart patient Denny (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). Derek and estranged wife Addison (Kate Walsh, who somehow managed to win over Meredith-McDreamy fans despite being the Other Woman) make attempts at fixing their marriage, and Dr. Bailey (Chandra Wilson, easily a standout) tries to balance a medical career with mommyhood. Even George finds a new love with orthopedic surgeon Callie (Sara Ramirez). The season wraps up with a weeper of a two-part finale, set at the hospital during a "prom" (it's complicated). But with the fancy gowns and tuxes, tears and romantic tension, leading to a crossroads for Meredith and Derek, you can bet the episodes are a delight for any Grey's fan. The show also continues to rely heavily on narration (not a good thing) and soundtracks (a good thing), using tracks from artists before they hit it big (KT Tunstall, Brandi Carlisle, Snow Patrol).

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Four of the episodes get an extended treatment, though the tag line "too steamy for television!" is overreaching a bit. Oh is the only actor to turn up on a commentary, which is otherwise just the writers and producers congratulating each other. Walsh turns up the charm in "The Doctors are In," in which characters answer fans' questions, but Chambers appears noticeably drab and disinterested. Despite "Uncut" being in the title, the special features aren't anything you'll be watching again and again. Save that rewind button for the show itself. --Ellen A. Kim


Special Features

Four Extended Episodes - Expanded And Uncut: "Thanks For The Memories," "It's The End Of The World," "What Have I Done To Deserve This?" "Losing My Religion - The Shocking Season Finale"|The Doctors Are In - Stars Answer Fans' Most Burning Questions|The Softer Side Of Dr. Bailey - Up-Close Interview|Exclusive Set Tour - Go Behind The Scenes With Dr. Webber|Creating "Pink Mist" - Anatomy Of A Special Effect|Deleted Scenes|And Much More!

Product Details

  • Actors: Ellen Pompeo, Sandra Oh, Katherine Heigl, Justin Chambers, Patrick Dempsey
  • Directors: David Paymer, Adam Davidson, Peter Horton, Michael Dinner, Lesli Linka Glatter
  • Format: Box set, Color, NTSC, Closed-captioned
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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    Parental Guidance Suggested
  • Studio: Buena Vista Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: September 12, 2006
  • Run Time: 1180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (710 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000FIMG5Y
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,179 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Grey's Anatomy is one of the best shows I have seen in a Television world filled with way too many reality shows. I will be the first to admit I have never really been in to medical shows. I bought the first season of this DVD set for a couple of reasons. First because I knew it stared Katherine Heigl who stared in one of my favorite Tv shows Roswell, and secondly because I kept hearing buzz and saw how many positive reviews it got here on amazon. Now Grey's Anatomy The Complete Second Season will be released on DVD this September. Grey's Anatomy is a show that has just the right amount of comedy mixed in with just the right amount of drama, and those two things along with the great cast take this far just beyond another medical TV show. This show just keeps you coming back for more. Along with Desperate Housewives and Lost, Grey's Anatomy is another welcomed addition and a great break from all those reality TV shows. According to the press release from Buena Vista/Disney The DVD set of Season 2 will include all 27 episodes on a 6 DVD set, (presented in widescreen with 5.1 Surround Sound) and will include the Bonus Materials below.

*Three Extended Episodes: Exclusive to the DVD are scenes too steamy for TV.

*Fan Roundtable: favorite "Grey's Anatomy" actors answer fans' most burning questions.

*Audio Commentaries

*Deleted Scenes

*And Much More
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Is Grey's Anatomy a steamy/McDreamy drama about sex, lust, and all things dirty? You betcha. But it's more. It's savvy writing, insights galore, friendships tested to the breaking point, heartbreak of the real variety, and yes, five people trying to become something that actually is important--surgeons who save lives. It's hard. People die, and sometimes they had something to do with it. It takes everything they've got to slug through and all the sex and fun makes it barely bearable.

Grey's Anatomy is bone-deep funny, gritty, achingly tender--and it's set to absolutely incredible music (which you should buy as well). How's that for television? I actually dread the last few minutes of the show knowing it'll be over, and there's not much on television I can say that about.

I'd gnaw off my own finger to get to write this show every week.
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I cannot get over season two of Grey's anatomy!! seriously I am hooked i have been watching the dvd over and over again. The plot twists are always entertaining. there's always some drama going on at seattle grace and then theres the mc dreamy addison meredith love triangle. At first you think he should so choose meredith but as things progress we see that addison is not so bad a person and who should he choose?? The season finale is wicked really wicked because now i jus wanna know what will happen next?? I cant wait for S3 to start airing seriously I am counting down and ticking off the days on my calendar. Sad u think? well buy this DVD and you'll see what it does to you. Greys anatomy is AWESOME!!! *****
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As I pulled the last episode of Season 2 from my DVD player, I found myself wondering exactly where one might find such a hospital. With the lone exception of the charmingly irascible Dr. Bailey, every doctor who is on screen for more than 5 minutes has slept with a colleague, often a boss or subordinate.

Doctors chide and insult each other and parade their sexual escapades and love frustrations in front of their patients, occasionally as a patient keels over from lack of attention. If you think these doctors are busy, my Lord . . . can you imagine the workload in the legal department? (There's got to be another whole drama concept sitting there ripe for the picking.)

After a season and a half of this, why was I still surprised when the comely intern Izzie climbed into bed alongside a patient and giggled as he talked about groping her? Sure, she knows her supervisor would disapprove. But, hey . . . what self-respecting intern could be expected to subordinate their own needs and desires to professional ethics? Can you believe those ponderous old bureaucrats who still preach such quaint notions to people as important as DOCTORS? And Alex, that hunky little pack of randy medical manliness . . . why should anyone of his elevated sense of self-serving ethics have to obey orders not to spout off condescending insults to patients? The truth shall make you free. His truth, anyway.

These aren't just interns. They are hip TV interns. And this isn't just a hospital. It's home to these hipsters. And it's an anything-goes type of home where an orthopedic doctor lives in a basement storeroom, just because she wants to.
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Season 2 was one of the best seasons of Grey's Anatomy. We get to see the young interns at Grace Memorial begin to come into their own and the writing for the show was hitting it's stride that carried into the next few seasons before the series began to become long in the tooth so to speak. There are few medical dramas that this show can be compared to except maybe ER which lasted for 15 years. I tend not to get to much into story lines as I think it is best to watch a program and judge for your self how good or bad something is but one thing this show delivers on is how gritty and realistic the medical element of the show is.
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