Meanwhile, Nick and Jessica have to contend with aggressive paparazzi and fans, exhausting hours under hot lights, Jessica's pushy father-manager, and interpersonal conflicts when Jessica's best friend (and personal assistant) moves in with the couple. Compensating for all those trying times, however, is the duo's obvious devotion to one another, made clear through several elaborate, celebratory gestures each makes toward the other. Even if one doesn't find either Nick or Jessica to be particularly stimulating company, or find the process of turning somewhat talented people into larger-than-life celebrities to be interesting, the fly-on-the-wall documentary approach of Newlyweds quickly becomes irresistible to the voyeur in everyone. --Tom Keogh
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That is why it gets only three stars from me. Had it been accurate and included all the episodes (and I have no clue why it doesn't) then it would have got a better rating from me.
All in all, I love this dvd. It has waaaaaaaaay more special features than the first one, it has the extra special episode of "Happy Birthday Jess, love Nick" As well as a bunch of deleted scenes, and an MTV timeline of the Newlyweds.
I'm just super happy that I finally was able to watch Season 3 which is where MuchMusic cut off showing Newlyweds in Canada, and where MTV canada picked it up.
I can't wait for the last and final dvd SEason 4, I hope it will have as much special features as this dvd!