TITLE: THE KING OF QUEENS - THE COMPLETE SECOND SEASON
DVD Release Date: April 20, 2004 (Columbia TriStar Home Video)
color, approx. 622 minutes
Number of discs: 3
Number of episodes: 25
Languages and subtitles: English, Closed Captioned
Special Features: Commentary on episode "Net Prophets" by Kevin James & Michael Weithorn, psuedo documentary "Kevin James A Day in the Life of an International Superstar," and trailers of other Columbia TriStar releases -- a trailer for King of Queens Season 1, Classic Comedy, Contemporary TV, and Original Programming.
Review (out of 5 stars):
Video quality: 5/5
Audio quality: 5/5
Special Features: 3.5/5
Menu Navigation: 5/5
I've never really sat down and watched this show before, but I must say it is very funny. The characters are over the top and so are the plots.
The video and audio quality are perfect since this season is only 5 years old.
The Special Features Commentary on episode "Net Prophets" by Kevin James & Michael Weithorn, psuedo documentary featurette "Kevin James A Day in the Life of an International Superstar" and trailers of other Columbia TriStar releases. Overall, I think they could have included commentary on more than one episode, but the documentary featurette is quite entertaining. It follows a day in the life of Kevin James backstage at talk shows, etc. Menu Navigation is excellent, and there is a "Play All" feature. I would recommend this set for any fan of the series.
The second season is about Doug Heffernan (Kevin James) returning as the delivery guy with the whole package. Along with Carrie (Leah Remini) and his tenacious father-in-law Arthur (Jerry Stiller), Doug turns blue-collar humor into red-hot laughs. When he's not punching the clock, he's working overtime to be around everything he loves the most - his wife, his buddies and his big screen TV.
-- Reviewed by snowpeck (Greg Brobeck) on 03/30/04
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