Osbournes - Season 2 (September 30)

 
Old 06-22-03, 11:15 PM
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Osbournes - Season 2 (September 30)

I don't have any info on the features, but the very anticipated The Osbornes: Season 2 has been announced on DVD for Septemeber 30th.

Pre-Orderable at Amazon for $22.49

I'll post more info when we get it
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Old 06-23-03, 03:39 PM
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"Very anticipated" by who?
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Old 06-23-03, 03:46 PM
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Originally posted by cungar
"Very anticipated" by who?
Exactly what I was gonna say. Nobody I know watches the show anymore and I already sold off my copy of the first season. I can't stand The Osbournes anymore.
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I will get it, I never watch them on TV. Especially if it is under $15 like the first set.
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Originally posted by Rammsteinfan
I will get it, I never watch them on TV. Especially if it is under $15 like the first set.
Ditto. I barely watched any of the second season and since this was a definite to show up on a DVD I figured I would wait it out. I have been catching this seasons eps though, and so far I have enjoyed them.

Honestly though, I have not even put in my Season 1 set.
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the 2nd and 3rd just aren't very good. i'll probably pass and just keep my 1st season.
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I'll probably purchase it, but the Osbournes show has definately gone down hill.
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I missed a bunch of season 2 and I'll gladly pay 14.99 - 19.99 to have the season. I might not watch season 1 that much but it was dirt cheap and good for a laugh now and then.
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Originally posted by hgar78
the 2nd and 3rd just aren't very good. i'll probably pass and just keep my 1st season.
How can you tell that the 3rd isn't very good when there have only been 3 episodes? True the 2nd season was a little slower then the first but I think that is because on the cancer and everyone seemed out of it. This 3rd season isn't too bad so far it's alomost as entertaining as the 1st. I mihg tpick up season two but only to keep up with the set.
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Season 2 & 3 are by nature different from the first season because jack & Kelly were "average" kids in the first year. In the 2nd season, THEY were celebrities themselves, so instead of seeing them be average brother & sister having regular sibling issues - -we saw them backstage at awards shows.
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I still find it funny how people can love something one minute and hate it the next. (I don't mean liking the first season, and hating the second... but liking the first season then hating it when they saturated the market is a little odd to me... I'd think you'd still like it.)

I think it's a fairly enjoyable show, but not something I'd buy on DVD...
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The Osbournes is like a train wreck. You want to hide your eyes but you can't help but look.
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Originally posted by BizRodian
I still find it funny how people can love something one minute and hate it the next. (I don't mean liking the first season, and hating the second... but liking the first season then hating it when they saturated the market is a little odd to me... I'd think you'd still like it.)

I think it's a fairly enjoyable show, but not something I'd buy on DVD...
I don't think it's a matter of liking them one minute then hating them the next. I think a lot of us just got tired of the over-exposure that came from the show. You can't open a magazine or turn on the tv now without seeing one of them!
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