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Old 01-25-2009, 06:17 PM   #1
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The Starks (Brad Garrett, Joely Fisher) and the Woodcocks (Eddie Kaye Thomas, Kat Foster) are back -- still laughing, still loving, and still committed to the crazy institution of marriage. They may still be making mistakes, but they’re still managing to make it work. This season, they continue teaching each other important lessons in love and life in this fun-filled DVD set featuring outrageous deleted scenes and bloopers from what *was* one of the better series on television -- at least until Fox monkeyed around with the format recently, completely destroying the show.

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from what *was* one of the better series on television -- at least until Fox monkeyed around with the format recently, completely destroying the show.

That part's not on the back of the box.
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That part's not on the back of the box.
Haha, may not be, but is true. I know you usually wait to buy this show and watch it on dvd, but for season 3, may I suggest watching some of the season 3 episodes not on this set? You may change your mind on buying the next season.
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Haha, may not be, but is true. I know you usually wait to buy this show and watch it on dvd, but for season 3, may I suggest watching some of the season 3 episodes not on this set? You may change your mind on buying the next season.

Well I'm the kind of guy who has to own all seasons of shows I like. Even if it's the worst piece of garbage out there, I'd still want it in my collection. I saw the first episode, when it aired because I was curious to see what they did with the Woodcocks. But of course, no explanation.

Without the Woodcocks I can't see it being equal to or better than the first two seasons. But I'm still hoping it will be decent enough, lol.

When Urkel came to "Family Matters", it was a natural to keep him around. But Kenny just seems to be forced into being a breakout character. And obviously it's not working since the majority of the fans don't like him. I think he's okay, but not enough to replace the Woodcocks.
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