Cleveland Show: Season 3 [Import]
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Cleveland Brown is back in the third season of the hit Family Guy spinoff The Cleveland Show. In this season, the happy mustached face meets new challenges including the arrival of a new neighbor, suffering a concussion by falling off the toilet, and contemplating sending Rallo to juvenille detention. Featuring all 22 uncensored episodes and an amazing roster of great stars including Fergie, Ric Flair, Darren Criss and Rashida Jones, Season 3 keeps the laughs coming episode after episode
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While I suppose the sound was mixed in matrixed Dolby Surround and thus the lack of 5.1 isn't anything but a formatting problem, I find it incredibly annoying that the soundtracks weren't encoded properly and I had to turn on the Pro Logic myself. This is also not a good sign, if all but the highest profile shows get barer-than-bare-bones releases on volatile media... what is going to happen in the future? Why are they charging full price for this BS?
But the reason I am moved to write a review now is that for some reason the sound mixes - especially on the first half dozen or so episodes - are incredibly loud, as in everything sounds so range-compressed it is headache-inducing, even when I halve my sound system's volume from its usual level. How did THAT happen? Why does it sound worst at the beginning of the season? Who knows? At this point, with the exception of the occasional uncensored word and the credits, consumers might as well just make DVD-Rs from the Fox broadcasts, so if that's not what the home video division wants, it better step up its game.
The episodes themselves are fine. Season 3 is a little sillier but still enjoyable.