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The Cosby Show - Season 2
The Cosby Show - Season 2
Actors: Bill Cosby, Phylicia Rashad, Lisa Bonet, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Tempestt Bledsoe
Director: Jay Sandrich
Genres: Comedy, Kids & Family, Music Video & Concerts, Television
UR     2006     10hr 0min



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Actors: Bill Cosby, Phylicia Rashad, Lisa Bonet, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Tempestt Bledsoe
Director: Jay Sandrich
Creators: Bill Cosby, Carmen Finestra, Ed. Weinberger, Elliot Shoenman, Gary Kott, John Markus, Matt Robinson
Genres: Comedy, Kids & Family, Music Video & Concerts, Television
Sub-Genres: Comedy, Family Films, Blakey, Art, Comedy
Studio: Urban Works
Format: DVD - Color,Full Screen
DVD Release Date: 03/07/2006
Original Release Date: 09/20/1984
Theatrical Release Date: 09/20/1984
Release Year: 2006
Run Time: 10hr 0min
Screens: Color,Full Screen
Number of Discs: 4
SwapaDVD Credits: 4
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
Edition: Box set
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

Possibly the best season - a must get
C. Fernandez | Madrid, Spain | 11/11/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"First and foremost, the publisher has promised that this DVD set will come with the original, uncut editions instead of the crappy syndicated versions they used in the first season.

So, with a decent release, this is a must for Cosby fans, given that this is one of the best seasons. Obviously the writers still had a lot of ideas, the kids were young and funny...

This is the first season Sabrina Leauf joins the regular staff as Sondra. There's also some interesting guest stars, such as Robin Givens, Sonia Braga, Stevie Wonder or Tanya Wright.

Really, don't miss this boxset if you are a fan. And if you are buying for a fan, this is a great gift."
safadez | 03/19/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The Cosby Show season 2 DVDs are indeed uncut. I bought them today. I watched episode 16 "The Dentist" from an old recording I have of the syndicated version, then watched the same episode on the new DVDs. There is additional material in the DVD episode. Clair argues with Theo about the new highrise being built, as she is upset about their water usage. Cliff reveals that Theo is interested because he heard 55 stewardesses would be moving into the highrise. Also, Dr. Burns (played by Danny Kaye) tells two jokes with the big teeth model instead of one. This puts the episode run time at 23:39 instead of 22 minutes for the sydicated version.

This is the only episode I have compared. I expect the others to be uncut as well. Kudos to Urbanworks for doing justice to the best sitcom ever."
The Cosby Show Season 2-Great Set
Dorrie Wheeler | 03/15/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The Cosby Show is one of the most well loved and highest rated family sitcoms in television history. The Cosby Show, Season 2 is now available on DVD. The four disc box set includes all 25 episodes from the shows 1985-1986 season. The set opens up with the episode "First Day of School." Rudy is thrilled about the first day of school but Cliff and Claire don't have it quite so easy getting oldest in house Huxtable kids revved up for the first day of school. Vanessa is concerned with meeting boys at school. Denise is thrilled to be a senior and Theo is concerned about who is math teacher is going to be, During the second season the show continued to feature real life scenarios and situations that working parents have to deal with. What else really made the show great is that the children weren't just "there." The children's storyline's and characters were as well developed as the parents. Memorable season two episodes include "Happy Anniversary," in which the entire family serenades the grandparents by lip synching the Ray Charles song ""Night Time Is the Right Time," "Denise Drives," the antics of Denise and her first car, and "Theo and Cockroach." In the episode "Theo and Cockroach," the two face challenges learning the play MacBeth and come up with a clever rap to help them remember the key points of the play.

Towards the end of the season Denise makes her decision about where she will attend college. In the episode "Denise's Decision," Denise pleases her parents by announcing that she plans to attend their alma mater Hillman College. Denise attending Hillman launched the spin-off series "A Different World." "A Different World" Season 1 is now available on DVD and Season 2 arrives on DVD this summer. Both series are syndication darlings and "A Different World" currently airs on the Oxygen Network.

The packaging is really great, similar to the Cosby Show Season 1 packaging. The Cosby Show Season 2 DVD box set includes the following bonus features:
-Cliff's Parenting Tips
-New Interview with Director Jay Sandrich
-New Audio Commentary by Director Jay Sandrich

The Cosby Show Season 2 DVD box set, release by Urbanworks Entertainment, is in stores now.

A solid and very enjoyable second season that is much better
Add 'em Up At The Movies | Chicago | 03/06/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"A solid and very enjoyable second season that is much better and funnier than the first, but not the best season of the series. The second season has an assortment of great episodes among the good episodes though none of the episodes from this season are bad. It includes the family lip synching to Ray Charles' classic tune "The Night Time Is The Right Time" (the "Happy Anniversary" episode), one of the most memorable moments from the entire series. The first appearance of Elvin as Sondra's boyfriend (future husband) in the episode "Cliff In Love". I also can't help but laugh every time Rudy's friend Peter appears in an episode, just the expressions on his face ("The Dentist" episode), and the way he runs out of a room when there's trouble ("The Juicer" episode) cracks me up. Theo's best buddy and partner in rhymes, Cockaroach (Carl Anthony Payne III), makes his first appearance in "Theo And Cockaroach". Stevie Wonder guest stars in an episode, inviting the family to the recording studio (the episode "A Touch Of Wonder"). My favorite episode from this season is hands down "Theo's Holiday" when eveyone in the Huxtable house teaches Theo a harsh but funny lesson about what it's like to live in 'the real world'. This episode is still hilarious after many repeated viewings.
"The Cosby Show" is my favorite family comedy series. Though it's not outrageous like "Married...With Children" or "Roseanne", my second and third favorite family centered comedy series, it is not as sweet and sentimental as "Full House" or "Family Matters". It's right in the middle, dealing with real situations of adolescence and family affairs and still being genuinely funny. I grew up watching "The Cosby Show" and also I grew up watching "Married...With Children", and I liked having that contrasting view of family life presented on tv. Whereas "Married..." showed us the low class family lifestyle, "Cosby" showed us the upper class family lifestyle, and both were funny and seperately identified with by many different families. Dr. Heithcliff Huxtable is a great father because he taught his children lessons in life, not the clean cut way Ward Cleaver did on "Leave It To Beaver" and not the cynical way Al Bundy did on "Married...With Children", but his way that was original and clever, sometimes harsh but always caring. Clair Huxtable is the best tv mom of all-time in my opinion. The most outrageous tv mom would be Marie Barone in "Everybody Loves Raymond" or Peg Bundy in "Married...With Children", but the best tv mom is definitely Mrs. Huxtable. She's intelligent, beautiful, successful, funny, strong, loving, and caring. Then there are the Cosby kids, and I liked all of them. Sondra was the oldest and the most cerebral and complex character, especially her rocky relationship with future husband Elvin (the episode "Cliff In Love" and "Full House"). It was definitely Denise who had the most responsibilites of the Cosby kids left in the household (the episode "Denise Drives" and "Denise's Decision"), being the oldest of the the kids left in the house. Theo and Vanessa, being the teens of the family, made most of the mistakes and had most of the lessons being taught to them for those mistakes (the episodes "Vanessa's Bad Grade", "Mrs. Westlake" and "Theo And The Older Woman"). Rudy was smart for a child her age as well as cute ("Rudy Suits Up" and "Happy Anniversary"), but in later seasons, Olivia (Raven Simone) was the smartest and most adorable little girl in tv history (far and away more than the Olsen twins were on Full House, plus she is a very beautiful woman now which I can't say at all for Mary-Kate and Ashley).
I highly recommend buying the second season of "The Cosby Show" instead of watching the re-runs on Nick At Nite or TBS in the morning. It is definitely worth it to be apart of the best tv family."