You are missed, Wendie Jo
JGC | 10/25/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The first season of "Bosom Buddies" is the very best. Because everything is so fresh and comedic. There are a total of 19 eps from Season One. I got this set partly because I am a big fan of Wendie Jo Sperber. She was always so cute and funny. I loved her in "Back To The Future." Wendie Jo sorta reminded me of Mama Cass (and who doesn't love Mama Cass?) This show came out before I was born, but I have seen most of the reruns on TBS and I fell in love with it. If you've never seen "Bosom Buddies" before, it's a lot like "Three's Company" or "Prefect Strangers" but even better!"
Best Show Ever -- but not on DVD -- yet
Liz Bradley | Atlanta, GA | 09/22/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is my favorite TV show ever. I have every episode on video tape. I've been waiting for it to come out on DVD so I can have every episode recorded on the pureness of digital and with no scenes cut out. So it's terribly disappointing to be missing the theme song, and it's also missing some jokes that require songs, too. In one scene, Kip goes into the bathroom and you're supposed to hear him singing "Happy Days Are Here Again..." but you don't hear anything. In another scene, Isabelle's date is honking the horn for her outside and we're supposed to hear the horn playing "Dixie" or something, but we just hear a regular horn. The audience laughs, but what are they laughing at? Something we no longer hear on the DVD. I'm not going to buy this DVD set until all this is fixed!"
A Little Disappointed
jillydo | California, | 09/11/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Although I'm glad I bought this first season package of "Bosom Buddies", I am a little disappointed that it's not quite as I remember. Firstly, the opening theme song is not "My Life" by Billy Joel. It's something else entirely. Also, one of my favorite episodes (where Kip and Henry go to Ruth's apartment) was not complete. The part where they're all singing the Calypso song is not in it. That scene was hilarious. Makes me wonder how many episodes they have chopped up. I guess, in the long run, it's better to have some of Bosom Buddies as opposed to none of them."