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Joey: The Complete Second Season
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This amazing collection is a must for any true fan! Includes all episodes of the second season. Including episodes that never aired!
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Episodes in this box set:
Joey and the Big Break part 1
Joey and the Big Break part 2 (features Kevin Smith)
Joey and the Spanking
Joey and the Stuntman
Joey and the House
Joey and the ESL
Joey and the Poker
Joey and the Sex Tape
Joey and the Musical
Joey and the Bachelor Thanksgiving
Joey and the High School Friend
Joey and the Tijuana Trip
Joey and the Christmas Party
Joey and the Snowball Fight
PLUS THE FOLLOWING EPISODES THAT NEVER AIRED ON TV
Joey and the Dad (features Carmen Electra)
Joey and the Party for Alex
Joey and the Big Move
Joey and the Beard
Joey and the Critic
Joey and the Actor's Studio
Joey and the Holding Hands
Joey and the Wedding
All I can say is thank you Canada for releasing this great DVD boxset when no one else would!
On a seperate note the shipping is SO FAST. I bought it on a Sunday night and it arrived at my house on Thursday morning and I live in Illinois. I was very impressed.
The shipping was faster than I expected too. I received the DVD just one day after it was released, and I live all the way down in Florida.
Thanks agian Warner in Canada for finally giving this great show a second chance, and a second DVD.
However after viewing the identical shows without commercial interruption, I realise the show does miror the comedic level achieved on Friends.
The supporting cast did provide a great array of characters for Matt Leblanc. When you view the shows in uninterrupted format, you appreciate the scripts and the arch of the storyline.
This is one DVD series box-set that really plays out much better than how you remember viewing it in its original format. With the insertion of the additional non aired episodes the finale comes to a true close. If you already own the entire collection of Friends and would like more comedy in the same vein as FRIENDS than this series is a great option and actually worth purchasing!
After season one was rudely placed into the Saturday afternoon broadcast window in Germany, I bought the first season on DVD and enjoyed it very much. I knew that there has been a second season, but I couldn't buy it from the US.
By accident, and I mean a really lucky accident, I saw that it was released in Canada and bought it instantly. I don't regret it at all: the second season is as excellent as the first, the jokes seem almost funnier - a wonderful season.
Even the import fee of 5 Euros doesn't annoy me the slightest.
So for the fans of Joey and Friends will have something else to collect, because I enjoyed it as well.
In one of the early episodes of Friends two of the stars from Mad about You crossed over as their own characters.
I'm a big fan of Friends and cannot for the life of me figure out why even diehards HATE this show. It's somewhat of a generic extension of Friends but is still... Joey, a character I adore. Anyone expecting the quality of Friends with this slim new cast is a fool, that's what we call OVERexpecting to the point where the final product could never measure up.
Ok this season had a few weak spots; "Zach" (Miguel A. Núñez Jr.) for one is a total obvious "pandering" character. I found him funny at times but in general his character and urban style delivery had ZERO place in this show. Then there was a string of bad eps; Joey and the Musical, the Sex Tape, and the Bachelor Thanksgiving were BAD. Three stinkers in a row. Then there's Andrea Anders. I think she didn't have the depth of an actress that was necessary to get these scripts where they needed to be. I think she was largely competent but lacking.
The strong points outweighed the bad thankfully.. An episode which I'm told never aired called "the Critic" is VERY VERY good. The addition of "Jimmy" (Adam Goldberg) was a real coupe... his amazing "weird" energy lifted the show upon his entrance. While I thought Andrea Anders was a weaker link she has very good chemistry with Joey which helps the show be believable. Lastly, Joey, "Micheal" (Paulo Costanzo) and his mom "Gina" (Drea de Matteo) make up a very strong core that make the wheels turn even when the script is not up to standards.
All in all just a consistently funny show that had issues this season for sure and would never have risen to the level of a Friends but none the less is a good comedy.
BUY BUY BUY!
Most recent customer reviews
I was a huge fan of FRIENDS and I decided to give Joey a chance.
I was not disappointed and it's too bad that it didn't continue!
SUCH a great show..very well written. Wish it was still on the air! Quality dvds, love that they were available!Published on June 1 2012 by Jaime
Awesome delivery the show did however go down hill the second season. The price was a little high when I got the first season for 8 bucks!Published on Aug. 25 2011 by Amazon Customer
Absolutely hilarious, inspired show chronicling the ups-and-downs of Joey Tribbiani's acting career, after relocating from New York to L.A., sans his "friends". Read morePublished on June 15 2010 by A. Bunch
It always amazes me why some decisions are made in the 'Land of TV' as to what series stays and what goes. This series was one that got sent to the wrong corner! Read morePublished on Jan. 7 2010 by C. Mcilwain
It's another great season if you loved Joey Season 1. Zack and Jimmy are funny new characters added in Season 2. A lot of surprises happen and keep you laughing. Read morePublished on Oct. 17 2009 by M. Dennhardt
Really good series and great ending to the series, was even funnier than the first season, wish it could have been continued. Read morePublished on Oct. 12 2009 by Fresh Princess
I'm so glad I found this DVD set. I loved this show and was really disappointed when it was cancelled. Read morePublished on Sept. 30 2009 by D. Sahin