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The New Adventures of Old Christine: Season 2

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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Chinese
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0017W22LK

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Enjoyed the series when it was on T.V. it made me laugh, so, I wanted to have the first 2 seasons in my collection.
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I love this show. It's too bad that it ended, though. Everyone who loves Julia Louis-Dreyfus should see this show. It's a hilarious sitcom.
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This is a pretty basic "clean" sitcom, though definitely the themes are more explicitly adult than let's say, ohhh, Seinfeld (to not be completely random). Extremely rewatchable in my opinion, you will catch many new things with subsequent viewings. I find it very funny, and JLD is in her prime here (perhaps excepting when she played a blind lawyer in Arrested Development).

You do not need to see Season 1 to enjoy this, I watched S1 later. S2 is the better deal, same price for way more episodes. Bear in mind S1 and S2 are the only seasons on pressed DVDs, the other seasons are on DVD-Rs only and are much more expensive everywhere.
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful
Sooooooo funny! A brilliant show ;-P April 20 2008
By Little Miss Cutey - Published on
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This remains one of my absolute favourite comedies. It's so funny that I even laugh at reruns I've seen here. This season is, to me, even funnier than the first and in season 2, we see Blair Underwood who is not only so good looking, but also very funny too. He plays Mr Harris (a teacher of Richies) who Christine develops a crush on. That story in itself makes this season worth watching. Here is they was that the episodes pan out in season 2;
THE PASSION OF THE CHRISTINE - Christine and Richard get back together, more out of convenience than out of passion. But the guy she really has the hots for is Richie's new teacher.
THE ANSWER IS MAYBE - Christine tries to get New Christine to take Richard back, just to keep him from going after an even younger, hotter woman. And in the process, she finds a new man of her own.
COME TO PAPA JEFF - Christine freaks out when she finds out that she's dating New Christines dad - which means if they got married, she could become Richards stepmother.
OH GOD, YES - Ritchie stars asking questions about religion, after Richard and New Christine take him to church, so Christine reluctantly decides it's time to take him to church herself.
SEPARATION ANXIETY - Christine tries to help Barb when she learns she's splitting up with Pete, but Christine doesn't understand why Barb isn't more depressed.
THE CHAMP - Christine hooks up with Stan one more time. She knows that he's pathetic and she could do so much better, but there's something about him she can't resist.
PLAYDATE WITH DESTINY - (one of my favourite episodes) Christine wins a playdate for Ritchie with Mr Harris, which only complicates things for her because she has a crush on him and he can't date parents.
WOMEN AND TUITION - Christine tries to find ways in which to cut back on costs when Ritchies tuition increases.
MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - When Richard forgets to complete Richie's mission project, Christine and Matthew scramble to finish in time for the deadline the next morning. Matthew is kept on hold for numerous hours waiting for the Internet text support to help with his problem.
WHAT ABOUT BARB? - Christine and Barb have a hard time agreeing on some aspects of running the 30-minute work-out gym they now own together.
CRASH - Christine and Marly have it "out" when they get into a car smash in the school parking lot.
ENDLESS SHRIMP, ENDLESS NIGHT - Christine goes to one of Mathew's parties to help her get out of her rut, and Richard tries to get Ritchie to enjoy carpentry.
LET HIM EAT CAKE - Christine takes credit for New Christine's birthday present for Richard, which causes many angry issues to arise between the two women.
SLEEPLESS IN MAR VISTA - While on sleeping pills, Christine makes a number of embarrasing phone calls she doesn't remember making.
UNDERCOVER BROTHER - Christine learns a secret about Richard's brother after an awkward kiss.
STRANGE BEDFELLOWS - After Richard tells Christine that she's setting a bad example by not taking interest in the upcoming election, Christine starts being more conscious about the environment. She tries to get signatures for a petition at a supermarket and tries to vote, although she knows nothing about the candidates.
THE REAL THING - When trying to send a dirty email about Mr. Harris (guest star Blair Underwood), Christine ends up sending it to all the parents in the school, almost getting Mr. Harris fired. Christine is also set up with an architect Tom (guest star Dave Foley) who works with Richard. Richard shows Barb (recurring star Wanda Sykes) and Matthew Richie's birth video.
FAITH OFF - Matthew helps Christine discover that Richard isn't the same irresponsible guy he was when they were married, after her irresponsible behavior causes him to lose a job.
MY BIG FAT SOBER WEDDING - Christine ruins a friend's wedding when the groom says her name while toasting the bride, and Richard tells New Christine during the reception that he doesn't want to get married again.
FRIENDS - While shadowing Ritchie, who is on a camping trip, Christine gives Richard some bad advice about getting New Christine back--which only winds up getting them back in bed together again. And Matthew discovers he may be sexually attracted to Barb.
FRASIER - Christine thinks she's pregnant after her encounter with Richard.
If you have ever seen the first season, or want a great comedy in general, this is one to buy. Julia is amazing as the New Christine and it's a fantastic show that you can see again and again. I love it.
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
This is what real sitcoms are (or should be) about! April 22 2008
By Eric K. - Published on
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My love for the comedic, clumsy Christine Campbell has overcome my love for the sarcastic Elaine Benes. Julia Louis-Dreyfus portrays Christine Campbell to a T, making me forget all about Elaine's witticisms. For every rung on the ladder Christine climbs, she falls down two more. Christine isn't the "straight" character with a lot of goofy sidekicks. SHE is the main attraction herself and is not to be missed. Her friends and family merely augment her wackiness. The addition of Wanda Sykes only makes Christine's antics more hilarious, and when they're together, they become modern day Lucy and Ethel.

On the rare occasions that CBS actually puts new episodes of "Christine" on the air (hello, full season, anyone?), I am there. And I will continue to buy her DVDs for as long as they make them (which, sadly, I doubt will be for long with greedy, CSI-loving, reality show-doting CBS execs in charge).

In the meantime, please purchase a copy of "The New Adventures of Old Christine" and show your support! You won't regret it! It won't hurt your wallet -- only your sides from laughing too hard!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Same Old Christine Great Set from WB's and Amazon! July 1 2008
By Jackie L. Holstein - Published on
Thank goodness this set got released, there was a chance it was not going to be released becauase some suits said Season one sold poorly. I felt if in fact it did sale poorly it is due to the fact they could've sold more sets if they sold Seasons 1+2 as a full set since the First season was just a half season.

That being said we now have the second season released in co-operation with as an exclusive! What you get is the seasons 22 Episodes with gag real and some deleted scenes! This is great! And the case is a standard size keep case with the overlapping hinged dvd holders (think Family Ties- Mannix, Dynasty season 2 etc) and the case contains a slipsleeve cover just like the initial pressings of Old Christine Season 1 was sold with.

Hopefully many will log online and purchase this great set from and help boost the shows sales. It is still a fresh and funny show. Maybe this upcoming season more will discover this great comedic show. Last season many shows seemed to just dissapear and many network schedules and conflicts were occuring over the writers strike which confused many viewers and disrupting the normal viewing schedules of fans.

Can't Wait for Season 3!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Watch it this fall 2008 on Wed at 8P on CBS May 26 2008
By Jake - Published on
The best sitcom on the air -- and luckily it was renewed for a full season but will move to WED on CBS at 8P this fall-- spread the word. Julia Louis Dreyfuss definitely deserved her best actress emmy for this role. If you don't get a huge laugh out of many of these episodes, there is something wrong!
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I LOVE THIS SHOW!! July 18 2008
By M. Lafferman - Published on
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I LOVE this show! I had already purchased the first season, so I had no doubt I would purchase this season too. It's one of the few tv shows I do watch on a regular basis. I think the whole cast works well together, but I like Old Christine and Barb the best. They particularly work well together. Wanda Sykes always cracks me up, and Julia Louis Dreyfus picked a winner of a show to be on. She is made for her character! I love that she is not a perfect anything-- mom, ex-wife, friend, sister. I would highly recommend purchasing this season, in fact I know I will be buying all of them myself.

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