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|Soul Food - The Second Season|
Genres: Drama, Television, African American Cinema
Based on the critically-acclaimed film of the same name, SOUL FOOD reunites the Joseph family in an hour-long drama series, which chronicles the lives of a tight-knit African American family living in Chicago. The series e... more »
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Keni O. from STATEN ISLAND, NY
Reviewed on 11/2/2008...
soulfoods is about love and family , the focus how family get through the tough time and how the manage together
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Second Season Finally gets released! Great News
Morris | Indiana USA | 05/09/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I've been waiting for years for the season season, because the first season ending was a cliff hanger and very good. This season continued telling the continued story about the Joseph sisters family.
20 episodes for season 2
No. Episode Air Date
21 The Aftermath 6/27/2001
22 Welcome Home 7/4/2001
23 Who Do You Know? 7/11/2001
24 God Bless the Child 7/18/2001
25 Sex and Money 7/25/2001
26 Come Back for the Comeback 8/1/2001
27 Games People Play 8/8/2001
28 Life Lessons 8/15/2001
29 The Root 8/22/2001
30 Never Can Say Goodbye 8/29/2001
31 I'm Afraid of Americans 9/5/2001
32 Running As Fast As I Can 9/12/2001
33 Fly Away Home 9/19/2001
34 If You Don't Know Me By Now... 9/26/2001
35 From Dreams to Nightmares 1/9/2002
36 A Taste of Justice 1/16/2002
37 Help 1/23/2002
38 Lovers and Other Strangers 1/30/2002
39 In Transition 2/6/2002
40 This Must Be Love 2/13/2002
We've Waited Much Too Long !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Lala312 | Philly | 07/08/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Well what can I say that you don't already know . Soulfood is one of the best television mini series to hit the air ways since The Cosby Show . To have had a black family portrayed in such a positive manner was truly something beautiful and heart felt . I have been waiting for the second season since forever . My only prayer is that dispite what Paramount may or would like to receive in sales concerning this item that they do not make us wait any more years befor the following seasons fall in place to be released . So to all those who kept the faith and prayed as I did stay strong and keep holding on !!! How could we not give it five hell a hundred stars. So thank you again , I'll be waiting !!!!!!!!!"
Excited & Disappointed
T. Harris | 08/09/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I've always love this series from the first day it aired on Showtime and I'm been anxiously awaiting the release of the series on DVD. I bought season 1 and was scared that they'd never release season 2. Well, now the time has finally come. I've purchased my copy of season 2 and I was a bit disappointed. I had already heard that some of the music was editted out, but unfortunately, some scenes are as well. I've only been able to watch the 4 episodes on the first DVD and the 1st episode on the 2nd one. What didn't make much sense is. the singer Kina is announced in the club, yet you don't see her nor do they play her music. They also cut out scenes where Teri meets Kristine at Damon's and the scene where Bird returns to the shop for the 1st time since the accident. Also, in the first episode in the season, the opening credits say there will be an appearance by Nicki Micheaux (Lyla), yet, I never saw her in that episode. These are just some things I've noticed so far, and I haven't even seen all 5 discs yet. This has disappointed me quite a bit. However, it's still better than the BET version, so it's worth the money. I just don't understand why was it such a problem with contractural rights that the series couldn't be released, uneditted like 'Friends' or 'Seinfeld'. The same thing with 'Girlfriends'-they had all sorts of issues with DVD release and contracts/rights, so it took forever to release the series. Is it that people on the black tv series' just can't get along? What is the deal?
Anyway, I'm still very excited to have season 2 and hopefully it doesn't take as long to release the remaining seasons. I'm also hoping they're not as "chopped up" like they did with season 2."