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The Dick Van Dyke Show Revisited Reunion Special & Original Show Bloopers

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JOIN THE ORIGINAL CAST MEMBERS IN THIS REUNION SPECIAL FROM 2005. The special catches up with the Petries 40 years after they were newlyweds living in New Rochelle, N.Y. Rob and Laura have moved to Manhattan, where Laura runs a dance studio in their home. Rob is fascinated by gadgets, including his computer and flat screen monitor. Rob gets a phone call from the neurotic Brady, who wants his former writers Rob and Sally to pen his eulogy before he dies. He entices them with fat contracts. "I've never done a heartfelt eulogy for someone with no heart," Van Dyke's character says. Rob and Sally express doubt about the assignment, given their true feelings about Alan. Larry Matthews, who played the Petries' son Richie, makes a brief appearance. Van Dyke's real-life brother, Jerry, who appeared in a few original episodes, is back and dating the Petries' neighbor, Millie Helper (Ann Morgan Guilbert). The show recalls late cast members Morey Amsterdam, Richard Deacon (Mel Cooley) and Jerry Paris (who directed and played Millie's husband Jerry).

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By J. Laytham on May 20, 2014
Though this is not out on DVD/BlueRay, as far as I know, it is worth the wait. I recorded it off the TV onto VHS, commercials and all, back when it originally aired. I loved watching it then and have watched it several times since. And it still has the same magical chemistry that made the series so popular in the early to mid-1960's.
Even though the original series began and ended before I was even born, I still love the show and the actors and actressess and the memorable characters they portrayed.
This show NEEDS to be issued on DVD/BlueRay as a companion to the original series.
I know I'd buy it. I have the original series on my Amazon Wish List. Why not add this one too?
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