The Wizards of Wavely, Vol. 2: Supernaturally Stylin' is a very good series. All the actors do a great job of playing a loving family who are undercover wizards striving to create the happiest and most productive life for themselves. The plots to the episodes are well-developed, and it is very hilarious to see the characters of Alex Russo (played by Selena Gomez), Justin Russo (played by David Henrie), Max Russo (played by Jake T. Austin) use their magical abilities to get themselves out of situations that turn out more comedic than what they may have initially planned for. David DeLuise and Maria Barrera play their parents (Theresa and Jerry Russo). Jennifer Stone plays the best friend of Alex Russo (the fashion dynamo Harper Finkle). The episodes total out to 90 minutes. They were all so good to watch, that I only wish that there was more episodes added. My favorite episode was the final one where Alex, Harper, and her two brothers went on an adventure involving her magical journal (Alex's). One of the popular girls at Alex's school somehow found a way to get into Alex's journal (in the similiar spirt as the video to "Take On Me" by AHA). Alex and her brothers work together to get into the journal to try to stop the one popular female who managed to get inside her "magic journal". The "magic journal" contains many of Alex's secrets, and drawings that reveal alot about her. The person that is trying to obtain information from Alex's journal is trying to gather it to reveal her secrets to the whole school. The positive message of the "magic journal" episode is to be proud of who you are. I also found it interesting that the character of Alex Russo mentions in this episode what type of prom that she would like to attend. I say this only because I watched this dvd for the first time less than three hours ago (this dvd is from 2009). In addition, earlier in the evening I saw an episode (that was made in 2011) on the Disney Channel about Alex attending the prom that I saw before I even viewed the 2009 dvd, and saw the closing 2009 episode (on dvd) where the prom is mentioned. "The Wizards of Waverly" Place is such a unique and creative show on Disney (involving supernatural themes with magical and multidimensional characters) that it would be nice if more Disney shows were created similiar to the fashion of "The Wizards of Waverly". I highly recommend this dvd if you are into watching uplifting television that can be viewed by anyone, and that has magical and supernatural themes to it.