Wings - The Complete First and Second Seasons
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Top Customer Reviews
The Video Quality is blurry, washed out and very fuzzy.
Unlike HOGANS HEROES and other CBS/Paramount TV series that have finally been released on DVD lately with EXCELLENT video quality... it appears they used some low quality prints or even VHS copies of old shows to make the DVD transfers here on WINGS.
I give the series 10 stars !!! but the poor DVD transfer lowers the rating to a 4 since they are hard to watch with this substandard release.
Wings centers around the lives of two brothers, Joe (Tim Daly) and Brian Hackett (Steven Weber), who run a fledgling airline on the northeast vacation island of Nantucket. The two are assisted by sarcastic stewardess Faye Cochran (Rebecca Schull) and oddball mechanic Lowell Mather (Thomas Haden Church). Responsible and dependable, Joe attempts to keep the struggling business afloat in the face of fierce competition from chief rival Aeromass and its seedy owner Roy Biggins (David Schramm). But compounding Joe's problems is the unreliability of his younger brother Brian who is more of a free spirit and spontaneous adventurer. The terminal lunch counter is owned by the Hackett's childhood friend Helen Chapel (Crystal Bernard), an aspiring cellist with a quick wit. Superbly written, Wings is at times nutty and absurd, but it's always funny and the characters will quickly earn a place in your heart. It's by far one of the best situation comedies of its era...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wings gets 5* review primarily for Season 2's introduction of a few new characters. Enter Tony Shaloub as the morose taxi driver Antonio Scarpacci and the dry (dimwitted)... Read morePublished 19 days ago by By CJs Pirate
I had fond memories of the show and seeing it today reminds me TV has come a long way in the quality of shows, perhaps things improve with season 3.Published 2 months ago by teletech
This is a wonderfully written and performed sit-com. It loses a star for putting Tony Shaloub's picture on the cover even though he appeared in only one episode in the minor role... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Zkribbler
Great playing quality, as good of quality as one could expect from an early 90s analog master recording. Read morePublished 11 months ago by A. Lyons
My three star rating says it all- it's Ok. It's kind of funny, and yet kind or boring. I bought the first season, and it will be my last.Published 12 months ago by Bryant Martin