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All 24 Episodes From Season Five!
Emmy Award winning Paul Reiser and Helen Hunt are back at it again in the fifth season of Mad About You.
Having nearly separated after Jamie (Hunt) and Paul (Reiser) each admit to a close call with infidelity, the Buchmans start their fifth year of marriage with the news that they are going to have a little tiny baby! But of course it will not be easy. While Jamie continues working at her new PR firm, Paul is unemployed after losing his job at the Explorer Channel. From searching for a decent doctor for Jamie and seeing a marriage counselor to childbirth classes and Pauls new film, the Buchmans are in for a rocky pregnancy at the very least.
Guest stars include Carol Burnett and Mel Brooks, who would both go on to win Emmys for their performances.
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I was very happy when season 5 came out, since in my opinion season 4 was the worst of them all (but still decent). I hated that my collection ended with that low point in the series life. Season 5 is where it started getting good again.
Quality is good, no problems with sound or video anywhere on any of the discs. I have captures of seasons 6 and 7 but not great quality, so now I'm just waiting for the next DVD's to some out. At least there's word that it won't be as long between now!
Packaging was great, DVD's worked fine, and it was shipped promptly. I can't wait to get the final seasons to complete my collection.
First, intelligent dialogue that might actually happen. Consistent throughout series!
Second, wonderfully cast roles. Seriously. The casting director deserves an Emmy.
Third, generous attention to details. Nuanced performances.
Fourth, actually filmed in NY, unlike that 'other' series - you know the one.
Fifth, a whole series story arc. Many shows get bogged down in same ol' same ol'
Sixth, growth in characters. How often is this aspect not included? Too often!
Seventh, you care about these people, truly care. How rare is that?
Expecting the release of the final two seasons by what? 2013 maybe? We hope. And then the Blu Ray will inevitably come.
There was criticism in Season 5's video. I didn't experience the blotchy thing they spoke of (which happens on digital with fast actions, quick motions). I would notice, too, since I am a photographer and artist.
The 'extras' were, as has been the case with this series, skimpy. But I don't really need commentaries and interviews (a few are included throughout). Sometimes a show can just stand on its own without comment. This one does. It's all there, if you're paying attention.