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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English, French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: May 26 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B002BAW64K
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According to his sleek nemesis Miss Parker (Andrea Parker), Jarod (Michael T. Weiss) is "a genius who can become anyone that he wants to be." As the second season begins, he's still on the run and her father, Mr. Parker (Harve Presnell, Fargo), is still missing. In his place, the Centre has installed the smooth Mr. Lyle (Jamie Denton, Desperate Housewives) and his associate Brigitte (Pamela Gidley, whose British accent will soon disappear). In the premiere episode ("Back From the Dead Again"), it will also be revealed that Mr. Raines (Richard Marcus, 24) survived last season's assassination attempt. A few episodes later ("Exposed"), Mr. Parker will return, but by then Miss Parker won't be so sure he's really her father. Then again, nothing on The Pretender is ever what it seems...

Throughout the 22-episode season, Jarod’s "pretends" will range from firefighter ("Over the Edge") to FBI Agent ("A Stand Up Guy")--even male escort ("Gigolo Jarod"). Along the way, he'll catch up on some of the childhood staples he missed, like Jell-O and Twinkies (both of which he'll use against the bad guys). Meanwhile, Sydney (Patrick Bauchau) will reunite with his twin brother, only to lose him again ("Indy Show," featuring a cameo from Mario Andretti). Other pivotal episodes include "Bulletproof," in which Sydney meets up with another figure from his past, "Crash," in which Mr. Lyle's true identity is revealed, and double-length season finale "Bloodlines" (featuring Haley Joel Osment as a potential pretender), in which Miss Parker finds out she has a brother. Alas, it's either the psychotic Mr. Lyle or Angelo (Paul Dillon), the Centre's idiot savant or, as she calls him, "Cousin It." The second season ends with a cliffhanger as a bomb goes off in the Centre--just as Jarod is trying to make his escape. --Kathleen C. Fennessy --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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I remember watching this show when it originally ran, always enjoying it, but working too much to get hooked. Bought and watched the first season; excellent! and am now watching through it again with my g/f. Start with season one.
I had high anticapation for the second season, but also apprehension; 'Could the second season be as good?' 'Did they use up all thier good stuff?' 'Would they make changes that would ruin the show?'
Yes. And No. And NO. Changes were made, a few new characters introduced, slightly different approach which they explain in one of the featurettes, but DAMN fine good story telling. They will entertain you with humour, action, drama, intellegence, and characters slowly being revealled/developed. Stand alone stories with an undercurrent of deeper storylines.
HIghly recommended.
I can't wait for season three to be released.
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This series is fantastic!! We LOVE it, especially since it was so hard
to find in our local stores....we searched everywhere.
As well the seller we purchased this product from was excellent. I would
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Great show. Can't stop watching
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40 of 44 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa56c25e8) out of 5 stars Excellent show... excellent season. July 19 2005
By Michael A. Brown - Published on
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As Jarod started to feel more at ease in the world, "The Pretender" started to take more chances with the formula. Enter new baddies... primary among them Jamie Denton (Desperate Housewives) as Mr. Lyle. What he lacked in opposing thumbs, he made up for with sheer determination and deception. The enigmatic Mr. Raines had a greater presence here as well. They were soon followed by Harve Presnell as Mr. Parker, and Pamela Gidley as Brigitte.

As the second season went on, The Centre lost faith in Miss Parker's ability to bring Jarod back. She was hounded by Lyle and Brigitte. And was never really sure where her beloved Daddy stood. To make matters worse, she began running into her own health issues. And what did happen in that Centre elevator all those years ago?

The tapestry that was the central storyline for this great show, got woven a bit further. Though for every question that was answered (and there were very few), another series of questions would manifest themselves.

While Fox is still being stingy with the extras on the sets. It is nice to see that they are following up with the second season release. Season three is on the books for late February, hold your breath for season four.
44 of 51 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa56c263c) out of 5 stars Episode list Sept. 1 2005
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1. Back from the Dead Again

Jarod impersonates a college professor to investigate the disappearance of a medical student's brother.

2. Scott Free

Jarod impersonates a safe cracker to help an ex-con being blackmailed by a thief.

3. Over the Edge

Jarod impersonates a rescue worker in hopes of uncovering the truth behind the apparent attempted suicide of another team member.

4. Exposed

Jarod poses as a fashion photographer to track down the stalker of a model.

5. Nip & Tuck

Jarod impersonates a plastic surgeon so he can probe the tragic disfigurement of a teenage girl.

6. Past Sim

Lyle utilizes one of Jarod's simulations to help a Japanese mobster kidnap a murder witness.

7. Collateral Damage

Jarod helps a soldier who has been falsely assused of treason.

8. Hazards

Jarod helps a suicidal engineer who has been made the scapegoat for a hazardous chemical spill that killed three people.

9. FX

A stunt man is seriously injured during the filming of a television commercial.

10. Indy Show

Jarod impersonates a race car driver to solve a mystery.

11. Gigolo Jarod

While impersonating a gigolo, Jarod discovers a plot concocted by a real estate developer to drive residents of a poor urban area from their neighborhood.

12. Toy Surprise

Jarod attempts to help a teenage boy whose best friend was killed in an automobile accident.

13. A Stand Up Guy

Jarod infiltrates the mob to flush out a cop killer.

14. Unforgotten

Jarod develops amnesia after he is struck on the head.

15. Bulletproof

Jarod impersonates a SWAT team member to find the killer of a father.

16. Silence

Jarod assists a mute boy who witnessed a murder.

17. Crash

Jarod investigates an airliner crash.

18. Red Rock Jarod

Jarod is lured to Arizona by a mysterious message that turns out to be from Mr. Lyle.

19. Stolen

While solving a kidnapping, Jarod recalls his own memories of being abducted by the Centre.

20. Bank

Jarod and Miss Parker are held hostage in a bank robbery.

21. Bloodlines - Part 1

Jarod realizes the Centre intends to create another Pretender.

22. Bloodlines - Part 2

Jarod attempts to prevent the Centre from turning a young boy into a new Pretender.
18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
By H. J. Snape - Published on
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This was an incredible season of The Pretender. It was, in fact, the one that made me fall in love with the show. It has, in my opinion, the most consistantly good episodes in the series. Season Two also had a good balance between the Centre and Jarod's pretends, which is always a plus. The last few episode of the season are some of the best Pretender ever had.

Two seasons down, two seasons and two movies to go.
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa56c2a5c) out of 5 stars Drama, action, mystery and comedy - a perfect combo Sept. 16 2005
By Miss Kate Beckett Parker - Published on
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Season 2 of "The Pretender" holds onto the momentum established with Season 1 and builds on it. All of the drama continues. The tale of the Pretender, 'Jarod' who is a genius who could become anyone he wanted to be but didn't know who he was, still refreshingly original. Jarod's experiences are skillfully portrayed with sensitivity by the lead actor, Michael T. Weiss. Season 2 introduces the character, 'Mr. Lyle,' played with finesse by James Denton, of current Desperate Housewives fame. Jamie Denton, as he was called then, is so convincing as the nefarious 'Mr. Lyle' that he has been avoided by people in real life because of the role! The same actually goes for Andrea Parker who plays the very complicated character 'Miss Parker,' and has had similar reactions from people in real life. (What a tribute to these performers. How can you not watch?) But unlike 'Mr. Lyle,' 'Miss Parker' is not just a one-sided person. She isn't just pure evil. 'Jarod' is very good at showing us the other facets of her character as he challenges her in ways she would never expect from anyone. Andrea Parker owns the role of 'Miss Parker' and I hope she will get to play it again at least one more time in a final "Pretender" movie. Meanwhile, I will enjoy these DVDs, which by the way, also contain one of Andrea's favorite episodes, "Toy Surprise." No spoilers here, you'll have to watch to see why! This DVD set is very definitive Pretender, perfectly crafted drama, mystery and comedy, pure and clean, classic entertainment your whole family can enjoy. A+++++++++++++
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa56c2e1c) out of 5 stars Best Season June 18 2005
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This is hands down the best season of The Pretender. The mysteries keep coming, revelations are brought to light, and it ends with a hell of a cliffhanger.

Highly recommended.