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Royal Pains: Season 2

4.7 out of 5 stars 99 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

Spend your summer with Dr. Hank Lawson (Mark Feuerstein): where the tides are high, bank account balances are higher and the patients are just high maintenance. Because of his strong convictions and straight-shooting style, the “concierge doctor’s” practice is growing… and with the return of his estranged father (special guest star Henry Winkler), so is his family. With puzzling cases involving a faithful cop with an STD, a winemaker with a troubled palate and a reality show where all the contestants are stricken ill, Hank needs his own innovative talents and the support of his fast-talking brother Evan (Paulo Costanzo) more than ever. Featuring all 18 episodes from the acclaimed second season and special guest stars that include Mary Lynn Rajskub (24), Erinn Hayes (Parenthood), Peter Jacobson (House, M.D.), Michael Rapaport (True Romance) and Bill Bellamy (The Brothers), Royal Pains is the smart and original comedy that Entertainment Weekly hails as “whimsical fun.”

Special Features

Disc 1:
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Gag Reel
  • Guest Starring
  • Medusa Commentary with Creator/Executive Producer Andrew Lenchewski, Executive Producer Michael Rauch and Series Star Mark Feuerstein


  • Disc 2:
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Location, Location, Location
  • Q&As


  • Disc 3:
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Open Up Your Yenta Mouth and Say Ah Commentary with Creator/Executive Producer Andrew Lenchewski, Executive Producer Michael Rauch and Series Star Mark Feuerstein


  • Disc 4:
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Fight or Flight Commentary with Executive Producer/Episode Director Michael Rauch and Series Star Mark Feuerstein

  • Product Details

    • Actors: Mark Feuerstein, Paulo Costanzo
    • Format: AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
    • 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: 4
    • Rated:
      NR
      Not Rated
    • Studio: Universal Studios
    • DVD Release Date: May 17, 2011
    • Run Time: 783 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B003L77H1Y
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,995 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

    Customer Reviews

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    By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 25, 2011
    Format: DVD
    It's still summer in the Hamptons, and HankMed is busier than ever. But "Royal Pains Season Two" manages to keep shaking up the status quo, lest things get stale -- new love interests, new dilemmas, bizarre medical crises and even a business rival. The biggest problem with this season: not enough Libby and Tucker!

    HankMed gets blindsided by a bunch of new crises: Eddie Lawson comes to live in the Hamptons (and even dates one of Hank's patients), and Hank soon suspects that his dad has an ulterior motive for being there. Jill's free clinic ends up in a medical tug-o-war. And as Divya's wedding date approaches, she finds herself falling love with a kind-hearted, studly patient.

    Additionally, after Boris whisks the Lawson brothers to Cuba to oversee his medical treatment, a cutthroat concierge doctor named Emily decides to set up shop in the Hamptons. Evan is not happy about this, but Hank soon ends up dating Emily.

    And we have the usual array of medical disasters -- lightning strikes, experimental gene treatments, mysterious collapses, Mrs. Newberg's "heartbroken" stepdaughter, mystery ailments at a vineyard, the "lottery curse," a food vendor's bizarre behavior, a teen singer with a sore throat, a reality show struck by botulism, an ex-stock-trader fearing an aneurysm, mystery sinus problems, and a bachelor party for Raj that goes spectacularly wrong.

    The first season of "Royal Pains" was pretty much a medical show with a few running subplots. But "Royal Pains Season Two" amps up the subplots a little -- there are rivalries, romantic interests, love triangles, and the whole weird situation with Eddie Lawson. There's just a lot more going on in general, especially for Evan and Hank.
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    A great second season, this season brought new characters to the show that I love. Good story lines and I adore Evan I really like the character I also loves Hank's character always willing to help the next person no matter what. The season part of season 2 is showing on tv right now, very interesting. Also Diva shines this season and she knows how to get catty if you mess with her. As I said great casting great season.
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    I absolutely LOVED the first season of this show. Maybe because I didn't already know any of the actors from previous programs, but it was easy to really get into the story line and believe the characters. The second season, well it had a few changes and, while it was still enjoyable to watch, I didn't get quite as excited about. I didn't stay up waaay too late saying "just one more" like I did with the first season. I'm not sure why the next one (season 3) is divided into 2 sets on DVD but I won't be buying them- and renting the episodes is even more costly so I won't be doing that either.
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    Royal Pains is one of the best scripted and directed TV series I've seen in years. The combination of humor, relationships, and serious health conditions make this show a must see. The characters are so well defined it's as if you know them personally. The actors bring the characters to life; to a level where you can't help but like each of them regardless to any of their inhibitions. I purchased season one on DVD and I still watch it over and over. The DVD release date for season two is May 17, 2011 and although I have purchased the streamline versions on Amazon, I can't wait for the DVD - I bought a portable DVD player so that I can take Hank, Evan, Divya, and Jill with me. Season three is scheduled to begin June 29, 2011 and I will be in front of the television every week!
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    Continuing the fun from Season 1! The characters are moving along with their new lives! Now their father is on the scene still working to repair his relationship with Hank. Of course the trip to Cuba was wonderful and this changed the dynamics of Boris and Hank's relationship as Hank has to save Boris's life. The intro of Paige was really good. Evan is smitten from the start and it showed a different side of him.The season ends with a lot of changes going on mostly the boys have been moved from Shadow Pond because of Hank being honest with Boris and it not being what he wants to hear!!! What will happen now!!
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    I was hooked on Royal Pains from the beginning. The lack of major network programming with substance (whatever happened to fine drama series such as Hill Street Blues or ER?) has sent me prowling cable networks and to the discovery of such non-seasonal programs as Royal Pains, Burn Notice, etc., which seem to premiere their seasons in an out-of-sync manner. No matter. Whenever these series appear, I turn on my set with purpose and proceed to enjoy well-written, well-acted series. Royal Pains is one of my favorites. The charming concierge doctor in the Hamptons, his impulsive screw-up brother, the very appealing PA and the rest of the characters bring fresh faces and excellent acting to a series that presents a newer concept than standard major network programming. The introduction of Henry Winkler as the shady father of Hank and Evan gives greater depth and understanding to the personalities of the two brothers, as well as bringing another excellent actor back to the small screen in a role that suits him very well. I love the rich scenic photography, the story lines than are more about how the doctor and his team handle problems outside of medicine, and the fact that the writers can tell a complete story plus keep an ongoing sub-text running the length of the season makes this a series worth waiting for on DVD to enjoy again and again. There is comedy, suspense, a little practical medicine, and really fine acting and writing to keep this series fresh and going for many seasons. if you haven't made the acquaintance of this excellent series, I suggest you buy it on DVD, dig out the munchies and pig out on real entertainment. Royal Pains: Season One
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