Still looking for a few Christmas ideas? Here are some of the TV on DVD options available this Tuesday.
- Deadwood (Complete Series)
- Dragon Ball GT (Season 1)
- Gunsmoke (Season 3, Vol. 1)
- Happy Days (Season 4)
- Lost (Season 4)
- McLeod’s Daughters (Season 7)
- Not On Your Nellie (Season 1)
- Rawhide (Season 3, Vol. 2)
- Swingtown (Season 1)
- The Wire (Complete Series)
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In need of some gift ideas? Here are some of the TV on DVD options you can find on the shelves this Tuesday.
- Futurama the Movie: Bender’s Big Score
- Happy Days (Season 3)
- Laverne & Shirley (Season 3)
- Mork & Mindy (Season 3)
- The O.C. (The Complete Series)
Have any of you been watching Scott Baio is 45… and Single? Talk about guilty pleasure. Baio, whose career has been in the dumps for quite awhile, has carved himself a nice little comeback with this reality show gem. Alright, maybe “gem” is too generous, but it’s been a fun ride nevertheless. And with the summer winding down, it was a nice little diversion—especially if you grew up loving Chachi. Which I did. Charles in Charge? Not so much… I had moved on from Scott Baio at that point. Anyway, the VH1 series chronicled his two months with a life coach to get him on the marriage track so he doesn’t die a lonely old Casanova. Did it work? As many suspected, Baio was ready to marry his girlfriend by the end of the series, which aired on Sunday… what no one guessed was that his girlfriend would whisper to him that she was pregnant in the final seconds of the finale. Here’s what many did predict—a second season of the popular series that would involve wedding planning (and now, impending daddyhood). And you thought Baio was afraid of getting married? How phobic is he going to be about having a kid? Stay tuned for next season, which begins production in the fall and will air nine episodes. How did the show do with viewers? Seems people (besides me) are still interested in Chachi—it averaged 1.3 million viewers.
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