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Cheers - The Complete Third Season


TITLE: CHEERS - THE COMPLETE THIRD SEASON


Info:

DVD Release Date: May 25, 2004 (Paramount Home Video)
color, approx. 619 minutes
MSRP: $49.99
Number of discs: 4
Number of episodes: 25
Languages and subtitles: English, close captioned
Special Features: Virtual Vera, Shrink Wrapped: Introducing Frasier Crane, Carla's Whipping Boy, Nicholas Colasanto: His Final Season, Cheers Bar Tour


Introduction:

Paramount has done it again: season 3 of Cheers is every bit as wonderful as seasons 1 and 2. The classic sitcom set in a bar in Boston is back with a vengeance with more laughs and a new character in the form of Dr. Frasier Crane. This is also the final season for the beloved Nicholas "Coach" Colasanto.


Video and Audio Quality:

The episodes are all in their remastered glory--both picture and audio. The audio is "stereoized" just like the first two seasons, but they sound great. The picture looks more than likely better than it did when it aired on NBC 20 years ago.


Special Features:

The special features are a little bland, but comparable to those from other sets. "Virtual Vera" and "Carla's Whipping Boy" are more strung-together clips with a theme. "Shrink-Wrapped" is a mixture of interviews and clips about the introduction of Dr. Crane. "Nicholas Colosanto" is a touching mixture of clips and interviews about Nick's final season playing Coach and the impact his death had. The "Cheers Bar Tour" is somewhat interesting--a photograph of the bar with clickable items on which you can get clips and/or tidbits about the bar. The only thing that is missing in my opinion is a blooper reel if one exists. The one on the season 2 set has really spoiled me and I was expecting another one.


Final Comments:

Overall, any casual or devoted Cheers fans need to get their hands on this set. It's absolutely gorgeous and is the perfect companion for seasons 1 and 2.


Final Numbers (out of 5 stars):

Video quality: 5/5
Audio quality: 5/5
Special Features: 4/5
Menu Design/Navigation: 4.5/5
Overall: 4.5/5

-- Reviewed by Greg Brobeck (snowpeck) on 05/23/04

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