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The League: Season 2

4.7 out of 5 stars 449 customer reviews

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Suit up for Season 2 of The League, the hilarious fantasy football comedy that elevates humiliation to an art form. After a wild road trip to Vegas to kick off the draft, the season hits its stride as Taco finds a toilet seat made out of cocaine, Ruxin goes to outrageous lengths to meet an NFL player, and Pete fashions a league loser's trophy from a bull's privates. Keep your head on a swivel for guest stars like Chad Ochocinco, Terrell Suggs and Josh Cribbs - plus unrated bonus features that go so far out of bounds, the censor must have swallowed his whistle!

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Season two of The League finds our gleeful and endlessly petty competitors launching into a new football season--and because well-to-do nebbish Andre (Paul Scheer of comedy troupe Human Giant) won the last Shiva Bowl, he takes schemer Pete (mumblecore auteur Mark Duplass), hapless Kevin (Stephen Rannazzisi), insecure Ruxin (Nick Kroll), and dimwitted Taco (Jonathan Lajoie) to Vegas, where he has pimped out their trophy in his own image. Kevin's wife Jenny (Katie Aselton) follows, demanding to be let into the league, which the men resist. But the series (now increased to 19 episodes) quickly returns to its natural environment of the urban and suburban wilds of Chicago, where everyone tries to undermine and take advantage of everyone else in the name of winning. Season two has found its groove, nicely balancing league skullduggery with other storylines, ranging from Kevin and Jenny's daughter developing a potty mouth to a monkey stolen from a petting zoo to a high school reunion. The show occasionally veers into antics that are just a little too absurd (a sequence in which Ruxin drags Andre into a trial as an expert witness stretches credulity); it's much more effective when the it digs into the well-observed social interplay, such as when Pete grandly lets Ruxin choose his lineup for an impending match, sending Ruxin into a frenzy of second-guessing. Also, the writers have a knack for coining terms and phrases that genuinely sound like the in-jokes of close friends, such as "rosterbating" and "chameleon boyfriend" (to mention some of the more printable ones). It's hard to comprehend why these reprehensible people are engaging to watch, but somehow they are. The League will give you no understanding of how fantasy football leagues work, but you will come away with a play-by-play diagram of the male ego. --Bret Fetzer

Special Features

Disc 1:
Vegas Draft (Extended Episode)
Bro-Lo El Cuñado (Extended Episode)
The White Knuckler
The Kluneberg (Extended Episode)
The Marathon
The Anniversary Party
Ghost Monkey
Deleted Scenes
Kluneberg Paint by Numbers
El Notario
Taco Tones Productions Presents: I'm Inside Me, Notarize!
Andre's Extended Fads, Ruxin's Wedding Video

Disc 2:
The Tie (Extended Episode)
The Expert Witness (Extended Episode)
High School Reunion
Ramona Neopolitano (Extended Episode)
Kegel the Elf
The Sacko Bowl (Extended Episode)
Deleted Scenes
Alt Nation
Gag Reel
Taco Tones Productions Presents: Vinegar Strokes

Product Details

  • Actors: Katie Aselton, Mark Duplass, Nick Kroll
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: October 4, 2011
  • Run Time: 286 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (449 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003Y5HWFE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,570 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The League: Season 2" on IMDb

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Format: DVD
The League returns for a second season of fantasy football hilarity. For those who do not know, The League focuses on 5 guys from Chicago who play fantasy football together. While fantasy football pervades nearly every aspect of their lives and the show, you do not need to know anything about fantasy football to enjoy the show. There are plenty of people, men and women, who love the show and don't play. Everyone can relate to the characters in one way or another, whether it is Ruxin getting caught in a lie to his wife and turning to his friends to cover for him, or Andre trying to fit in with a group that mercilessly teases him, everyone can find something to like in these characters.
One of the great things about the show is that it is only loosely scripted, which means that most of it is improved and you never know what you will get. While you can follow the show if you haven't seen season 1, I'd highly recommend watching it first as a few things that happen this season will make more sense if you do. However, it isn't necessary to do so.

While the extras aren't amazing, the show more than makes up for it. If you enjoyed the show the first time around, buy it on DVD so you can watch it over and over again. The extended episodes (about half of the season) and the few great extras make it a must have!

Disc 1
EPISODES
1. Vegas Draft - As new league champion, Andre plans a trip to Las Vegas for the draft at the MGM Grand. One of the "out of town idiots on auto draft" quits the league and the guys must decide whether to fill the spot with Jenny or Ruxin's brother-in-law, Raffi, whom they all hate. Guest stars Chad Ochocinco
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Almost as good as Season 1 of The League, Season 2 manages to remain very entertaining and humorous. If you are a fan of over the top dirty and crass humor this is one for you. The acting is very solid overall, and the humor seems very spontaneous and genuine in this apparently "semi-scripted" comedy. If you are not a football fan, they do not spend an inordinate amount of time talking about the intricate details of their fantasy football league. Overall a very funny, loose-flowing comedy.
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Laugh out loud funny !! The writing and the cast is excellant. Great production values are evident. One does not need a knowledge of Fantasy Football or even a fondness for football to enjoy this show.
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Best show if you like fantasy football. Not that it's only about fantasy football, but that's what kind of brings them together. Otherwise it's just a funny comedy where they basically make fun of each other and in many cases others.
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I just discovered this show recently and love it! it is so funny and over the top! You don't have to be a football fan to enjoy it. The things the friends do and say to each other are so hilarious! There are some fall off the couch laughing episodes
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I have been a fan of It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia for a long time, so I saw the ads for this show quiet a bit. I am not into football at all, so I usually ignored the show and went to bed. But I liked Jon Lajoie's comedy, so decided to watch it one night. I bought season 1 and loved it. So I HAD to buy season 2. I watched the entire 2 disk set it one sitting. It is very rare for me to laugh alone. But I was howling the whole way through.

The characters are all horrible, self centered people. Then there's Taco, the 30-something "self-employed," pot-smoking friend who never knows whats going on. On the rare occasions when the show gets dry, they shove Taco it the scene for completely not-related hilarity. In one episode, he showed up at a children's playground with a 6 foot long spear and showed it off to his friends by swinging it around. In another [SPOILER ALERT], Taco took a toilet seat from a dumpster and got addicted to sitting on it, realizing the seat was made of cocaine.

All the characters bring something unique to the show. They each insult each other in their own way, but still hang out all the time. The dialog makes the show. It is all very natural sounding, like they improvise the script. I would give It's Always Sunny 5 out of 5 stars, but The League is even better. It's one of the best, most consistently funny shows I've seen.
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Seriously, if you need something a little fun but not over the top, this is your laugh out loud moment. I've found that the ppl i watch this have started making inside jokes about this in our onw daily lives. You'll love Raphi-bombing!
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This show is money, and the DVDs are very affordable. The show is not just for fantasy football fans, but for anyone that like a well written kinda raunchy comedy. The writers are a husband and wife, the husband was affiliated with Curb your Enthusiasm. So the writing is spot on, and of high quality. It pokes fun at married couple situations and a goofy wild group of friends that do not want to fully grow up. Great Purchase.
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