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Shiri Appleby , Jason Behr , Allan Kroeker , Bill L. Norton    DVD
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Season 2 of the cult science-fiction series Roswell opens on a promisingly positive note, with the rescue of alien teen Michael (Brendan Fehr) by Max (Jason Behr) and his pals, but as soon as things settled down, new challenges threaten their existence. That was par for the course on this imaginative program, which hit its stride in its sophomore year (2000-2001) with a tighter blend of thoughtful youth drama and otherworldly action. The season's chief threats to aliens Max, Michael, Isabel (Katherine Heigl of Grey's Anatomy), and newcomer Tess (Emilie De Ravin of Lost), and Earthlings Liz (Shiri Appleby), Maria (Majandra Delfino), and Alex (Colin Hanks) are Vanessa Whitaker (Gretchen Egolf), a congresswoman with a very sinister secret agenda, and Brody Davis (Desmond Askew), the new curator of Roswell's UFO Museum, who harbors an equally unpleasant plan for the friends. The struggle between human and alien forces, both good and evil, to uncover the truth about Max and his companions leads to a pair of shocking events--a death among the group, and in the season finale, Max, Michael, and Isabel's possible return to their home planet. Other highlights from season 2 include the imaginative period piece "Summer of '47," with the series regulars assuming the roles of townspeople and government officials at the time of the original alleged UFO crash; the two-parter "Meet the Dupes" and "Max in the City," which poses the alien quartet against their physically identical doubles (with extremely different personalities); and "A Roswell Christmas Carol," which offers an unsentimental retake on the Dickens story.

As with the first-season set, supplemental features are surprisingly abundant for a relatively minor show; commentary is included on three of the 21 episodes (two by executive producer Ron Moore), while the featurette "Here with Me" has the writers, producers, and cast offering their opinions on the season. There's also another installment of the "Shiri and Majandra Show," with more lighthearted reminiscences from the actresses, as well as two additional featurettes on the program's score and the process of transforming a storyboarded scene into filmed action. A five-minute montage of clips set to music called "A Little Something Extra for the Fans" is the lightest of all the extras (and fans should note that many of the music cues featured in the original broadcasts have been replaced in this set), but Roswell aficionados will undoubtedly be happy with everything they get. --Paul Gaita

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Under-rated July 26 2009
Roswell is such and under-rated show. A friend introduced me to it recently and I was hesitant at first to watch it as I am not into sci-fi. Once I blew through season 1 in about a week there was no turning back. I am now a Roswell junkie and have watched all three seasons multiple times!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Action! July 5 2009
By Dave and Joe TOP 100 REVIEWER
Roswell, in its second season, fulfills the potential for storytelling with a fine cast and great characters. This season is a bit more sci-fi action oriented than the relationship driven first series. It's a wonderful watch. Never saw this when it was on television and am loving discovering it now, episode by episode.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars I miss Roswell March 7 2005
By Turtle
I had forgotten how much I loved this show. The second season definitely had a lot going for it. The relationship between Max and Liz was great. But, it made me sad to remember that there is only one more season after this one.
I am disappointed in the extra features. Very few commentaries, and the ones that are included do not have any of the actors. Jason and Shiri are the what made this series so excellent, it would have been nice to hear their thoughts on some of the episodes. Of course, in the special features, there is some of Jason talking about being Future Max.
I had waited to buy this DVD and I am so glad I finally purchased it. I can't wait for the third season. It's too bad that will be the end.
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