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Old 10-14-05, 08:43 PM
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Seeing Nip/Tuck Season 2

So I saw season 1 on DVD last year from a box-set I borrowed from my bro-in-law. Now I am TiVo-ing season 3, but I want to catch season 2 before I watch the newest ones.

What is the best way to catch season 2, with-out spending a ton of money. I really don't want to buy the box for $60, and to rent them it is individually 6 disks * $3.49 = $21 from block buster.

Is there another method, I was considering Netflix or something for 1 month. What is the most cost effective way?
Old 10-14-05, 08:46 PM
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What other way is there? They reshowed Season 2 all summer and now the DVD is out. I think those are your only choices unless you want to read plot synopsis' of every episode online.
Maybe try and find it used??
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Have a buddy who owns it already, and will lend it out to you.

Buy it during DDD 20% off sale in November

I say buy it!!!!!
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Try Blockbuster's online rental service for a month. Use the coupons you get for use in store to get the first two discs, and rent the first three at once. Return one of them to get the last disc.
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Thanks Jimmy, I may try that. I don't know anybody who has it, otherwise I would borrow it.
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You can always buy a used copy on half.com and then resell it. Or call some local pawn shops, offer them $X, then sell it on half.com (because the pawn shops won't rebuy for much).

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