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Old 04-10-2007, 01:37 AM   #1
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Default One Day at a Time - The Complete First Season DVD Review

This is it! One Day at a Time is FINALLY on DVD with the Complete First Season in a 2-disc box set from Sony. All 15 episodes from the Emmy Award Winning series that starred Bonnie Franklin, Mackenzie Phillips, Valerie Bertinelli, Richard Masur and Pat Harrington, Jr. are on DVD! Also included is the 2005 reunion that aired on CBS. It brought back Franklin, Bertinelli, Phillips and Harrington one more time. The show debuted on CBS in December 1975 and ran until 1984, with 209 episodes. The show was about a divorced mother raising two teenage daughters while trying to maintain a career. The series was produced by the legendary Norman Lear, and like his other sitcoms, it was occasionally controversial, tackling topical family issues such as teen sexuality and money problems in a candid, straightforward manner. The first season has episodes where Julie (Phillips) debates going ďall the way,Ē Barbara tries to get her parents back together, David (Masur) proposes to Ann (Franklin), Julieís date develops a crush on Ann and Annís ex-husband (Joseph Campanella) decides to remarry.

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ODAAT was a show I'd never seen until I checked the DVD set out of the library. My family has never had cable, and I never saw it in syndication. While there are other Norman Lear shows I enjoy more, I did find this one fun to watch as well. Hopefully Season 2 isn't too far behind.
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I watched the series when TBS was showing it weekday afternoons way back in the early 90's. They showed it right after I got home from school. One of our local Chicago stations brought the show back into reruns about two months ago and I sat down, watched it, and loved it all over again. I bought the first season DVD about a week ago and am really enjoying it. In my opinion, with the exception of All In The Family, I think that One Day At A Time is the best show Norman Lear ever did.
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