The Final 21 Episodes of the Raucous Howard Stern Produced Show. — From the Howard Stern Production Company, the Baywatch spoof Son Of The Beach delivers a barrage of off-beat humor that is sure to make you wet your pants o... more »ne way or another! The 3-DVD set Son Of The Beach: Volume 2 wraps up the 3-season FX show, and features guest appearances by Gary Dell Abate, Hank the Angry Drunken Dwarf, Joey Buttafuoco,
Beetlejuice, Alan Thicke, Vincent Pastore, Jason Alexander, Bill Maher, Adam Carolla, David Arquette, C. Thomas Howell, Angelica Bridges, Frank Sinatra Jr., Gilbert Gottfried and Lee Majors.
"WHOO HOO!!! It's about time they released this! The masses have been listened to. Rest assured I have preordered my copy!! This show ended far before its time."
BigJay039 | Los Angeles, CA, USA | 08/26/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"YES! Finally it is being released! All I have to say is that it's about time. Closure...at last."
True fans only
american dude | 12/16/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This volume is good for one thing: the rest of season 2. Apparently they knew they were being cancelled and didn't care about season 3 and just tried really hard to blow as much of the budget as possible ( plus the b.j. cummings character is pregnant and that throws off the original dynamic that makes the show hilarious). So, if you are a true fan, buy it, it contains the rest of season 2 which you need and is great. Season 3 can hit the dumpster though."
Not as good as the first volume
Shar | NJ | 09/12/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"My husband and I both LOVED the first volume. The first disc on Volume 2 carries on the same humor as Volume 1, but after that, it's pretty much downhill. Anita Massengil is gone, and the Porcelain Bidet character that is added to the team is an absolute flop. We are also suddenly and without explanation introduced to a pregnant BJ Cummings, which REALLY throws the humor and flow of the show off. Alas, the true Son of the Beach fan will still find the wisecracks and puns amusing even through the worse episodes. If anything, it's worth getting to complete the show and it's definitely worth it for the rest of Season 2."
Beantown Jim | Florida | 05/22/2010
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This show was one that you either liked or loathed. I liked its combination of dazzling dames, corny humor, ridiculously unlikely plots, and "over the top" acting. I specifically got this season because Amy Webber was in it. An incredible brunette, she didn't have to act too much...the bikini did most of the work. Together with the dour blonde who was in all seasons of the show, the muscleman, and of course Tim Stack and the black actress, this little troupe carried off the show. Yes, the show, on its face, was a spoof of Baywatch, pure and simple. However, Baywatch never had any of the convoluted plots that this comedy series had...they were more like spoofs of Bond films than anything else.
The show was silliness personified...and I loved it."