10 Items or Less - Seasons 1 & 2
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- All 13 episodes from the 2006-2008 seasons on 2 discs
- A look behind-the-scenes
- Notes from the casting couch
- Coffee break (blooper reel)
- Internet viral videos: Choking, Apology
Top Customer Reviews
This program is really original for a few reasons. According to the special features all the dialogue is improvised. The plot isn't but the dialogue is! And it's hilarious! Also, when the actors came in to audition for the show they didn't really know what it was, some of them assumed it was a reality show. So they walk in and are handed a job application for a grocery store to fill out, and turns out that's how their characters were created, off of that job application!
I loved all the characters and actors they all bring something hilarious to the show. From the overly friendly but sort of unrealistic manager, to the awkward stock boy, to the manager of the rival big box grocery store. These people riff off each other so well!
The seasons are very short, each fitting on one dvd packaged together for purchase. It's just funny stuff!
Compare it to MODERN FAMILY, FRAZIER and CHELSEA LATELY. Now that makes no sense! I even see 'Raising Hope' humor here.
Always a smile on your face and I can watch it over and over.
Leslie is just so Leslie!
Definitely check it out ... just wish it had continued.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fantastic show. Part improv/part scripted and flawlessly executed. Funny and light-hearted.Published 2 months ago by Sarah Adams
Was looking for this show for a while. Glad Amazon had it and it was a great price, especially for 2 seasons.Published on September 29, 2013 by j
I enjoyed this show. The cast worked well improving off each other. Would recommend if you like off beat comedies.Published on May 29, 2013 by Danae
I loved this tv when it was on the air and was sad to see it go when it did. Great improv comedy! With some added extra features. If you love the Office you will love this show.Published on November 13, 2011 by Carla N. Wall