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PJ's: Season 2 [Import]

Loretta Devine , Ja'net DuBois , Bill Jarcho , Chel White    Unrated   DVD

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Eddie Murphy stars as Thurgood Stubbs in this Primetime Emmy-winning stop-motion comedy series. Thurgood is the chief superintendent in the housing project where he lives with his wife Muriel (Loretta Devine). Follow the adventures of the Stubbs family and other tenants of the Hilton-Jacobs community as they find themselves in and out of trouble in Season 2 of "The PJs."

Disc 1
1. The Jeffersons
2. Home School Daze
3. The Postman's Always Shot Twice
4. Haiti and the Tramp
5. The JH's
6. The Preacher's Life
7. Smokey the Squatter
8. Weaves Have a Dream
9. Chetto Superstars


Disc 2
10. How Super Stoled Xmas
11. Who Da Boss
12. Fear of a Black Rat
13. Last Affirmative Action Hero
14. What's Eating Juicy Hudson
15. Robbin' HUD
16. Parole Officer and a Gentleman
17. Let's Get Ready to Crumble
18. Cliffhangin' with Mr. Super

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The PJs refuses to knuckle under to its critics July 10 2011
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Judge Victor Valdivia, DVD Verdict -- "Attacked as racially and culturally insensitive in its first season, The PJs doesn't shy away from edgy humor and controversial topics in its second. What's more, the show does more to flesh out its characters and relationships in this season than in the previous one. If this season ends up being a little more uneven than the first, it still contains some of the series' funniest jokes and best episodes, making it a worthy companion to the first season. The show still explores life in the projects with unabashed honesty and cutting wit, it still makes hilariously crude and edgy humor, and it makes no apologies for any of it. There are two reasons why this season isn't quite as stellar as the first. For one thing, some of the all-star writers (such as Simpsons vets Al Jean and Mike Reiss) who were involved with the first season are absent. Second, there are some episodes this season where Murphy, for whatever reason, did not do the voice of Thurgood. And this isn't quite the place to start watching, as the first season is more consistent and inventive. Still, The PJs remains a sadly underrated series and Lionsgate deserves credit for finally letting fans get to see it again after many years, even without extras."
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5.0 out of 5 stars I miss the show on television. Dec 20 2013
By Breggetta Maravilla - Published on Amazon.com
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This television show did not get a real chance to make it. It was extremely funny. It was geared toward the black audience, but I believe if other cultures would have watched it, they would have found it just as funny. We all know how silly Eddie Murphy is-well this show displayed that well. I recommend it...
4.0 out of 5 stars I like it April 19 2014
By mykce - Published on Amazon.com
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very good
5.0 out of 5 stars happy buyer April 15 2014
By patricia - Published on Amazon.com
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i love funny animation i heard about it word of mouth its funny and with a good message can wait for pjs 3.
5.0 out of 5 stars A pure humorous romp! April 5 2014
By Jaime Contreras - Published on Amazon.com
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While the second season is not as controversial as the first season, it is funnier. There are more episodes and the scripts are funnier. This was probably a reflection of the voice actors' growing comfort with the characters. The laughs come fats and furious and the character of Thurgoode is rough and funny. Smokey comes into his own in the second season.
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