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Three's Company - Season Two


TITLE: THREE'S COMPANY - SEASON TWO


Info:

DVD Release Date: May 4, 2004 (Anchor Bay Home Entertainment)
color, approx. 629 minutes
MSRP: $39.98
Number of discs: 4
Number of episodes: 25
Languages and subtitles: English, Closed Captioned
Special features:
Talent Bios
Still Gallery
Audio Commentary for "Days Of Beer And Weeds" with Chris Mann, author of "Come And Knock On Our Door"
Best of Janet Season Two
Best of The Ropers Season Two
Memorabilia Gallery
Never-Before-Seen Pilot Episode #1 - Made Before Joyce DeWitt and Suzanne Somers were cast
John Ritter-Always Leave Them Laughing An all-new documentary featuring interviews with Joyce DeWitt
Eight Years Of Laughter -- A tribute to John Ritter
showcasing his funniest THREE's COMPANY moments
Best of Chrissy: Season Two
Trivia Game

Review (out of 5 stars):

Video quality: 4.7/5
Audio quality: 4.7/5
Special Features: 5/5
Menu Navigation: 5/5
Overall: 4.9/5

Three's Company - Season Two DVD Cover

Thoughts:

If you think you've seen everything, you haven't seen anything yet! This Three's Company Season Two DVD release is so good, that I can't stop watching it! Ever since I got my copy on Monday (April 12), I haven't been able to stop watching.

This set is so good that you forget there are twenty-five episodes, because the extras are so tempting. In fact, the extras are the first things I watched actually. Starting with the first unaired pilot all the way to the Stills Gallery. And for your readers out there, I am credited in the credits after you view all the photos in the gallery, you'll see my website (http://jacksbistro.freeservers.com) credited in the credits!

Let's start off with the menu navigation on this four-disc set. It is very nicely done with the season two theme song playing in the background with moving images of Jack at first, followed by Chrissy, and on. Disc one contains the first six episodes of the season. Disc two and three have seven episodes each and disc four has five episodes and the extras. All four discs also has that ever famous Play All feature.

Now for the packaging. It is nicely packaged in Digibook format. So when you open the case, you flip to the next CD like you would with a book. It is quite unique and nice. You have to remove the case from the box, which also is nice. Both covers, the cover for the box, and the cover for the case are pictured above.

Now for the extras! Get ready. Take a deep breath because this is going to make you drool. If you don't drool, you are no fan--just kidding! The first unaired pilot is just great. Many have asked or wondered, is there a theme song? I never knew this, but yes there was! It's an interesting theme, it's sort of like the theme we all know and love but with no lyrics. You'll see what I mean when you watch the DVD. It's also made by Joe Raposo, who wrote the theme to Three's Company. As for the other extras, the ten minute featurette Joyce DeWitt does on John Ritter's life and career is so well done and truly came from her heart. She had some very nice words to say and presented John's vast projects clearly. There was also another extra that focuses on John on Three's Company and shows his funniest moments from all eight seasons on Three's Company, a nice twenty-two minute package. I don't know how they got the bloopers in such great quality, but they look so good! They run for about twelve minutes and are hilarious. The bloopers start off with cast intros that the director does before each taping, so this is a must see.

After you've seen all twenty five episodes from this season, why don't you take the trivia game? If you get them all right, you will be treated to a surprise video (Hint: John Ritter 1967). A nice 25 minute package of Chris Mann talking about the classic season two episode "Days of Beer and Weed" is also featured. Chris talks about the episode, while the episode is playing. He has some nice stories of John and the rest of the cast to share along with some great analysis of this classic episode. The only thing missing from this was a telestrater! It would have been cool if he could show Mr. Roper in slow motion being whacked by Mrs. Roper and circling what Mr. Roper could have done, but still it was well worth it! Then there are three six minute Best of Season Two Clips of Janet, Chrissy, and The Ropers. And finally, the last bunch of extras are photos of memorabilia (Chrissy Doll, etc.) and the stills (which I'm in the credits for!!). Also, there are lengthy bio's on John Ritter, Joyce DeWitt, and Suzanne Somers.

Oh yeah, there are episodes on this set too! I mentioned before how the episodes are laid out in each disc. The video and audio quality is very crisp and clear for 1977-78. All the episodes are unedited and in the 25 minute range, with some more and some slightly lower. There are some tag scenes from a few episodes that have probably never been seen since its original run, unless you are from an outside country. Every single episode has the full season two theme song, which feature the clips from season one. This set is any fan's dream and is a must buy. Buy it, cherish it, and keep it forever. If you want to see every single season released, tell everyone you know to buy it. Season Three will be out later this year and Season Four in early 2005, everything after that depends on the sales of this and those releases.

-- Reviewed by pavanbadal on 04/16/04

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