Saturday, September 24, 2011

Digital Digest: The Red Green Show - The Geezer Years DVD Review; CSI - The Eleventh Season DVD Review

Fall is here, but for now, it is time for more Digital Digest! As the temperatures fall and the new series are fully in swing (and don't forget to keep checking the SitcomsOnline.com News Blog weekdays for our reviews of the new sitcoms, by the way!), sometimes we just want to get back into our comfort zones with our favorite classic and contemporary TV hits. This week, we have reviews of The Red Green Show - The Geezer Years and CSI - The Eleventh Season.

DIGITAL NEWS

It hasn't been a huge week for DVD news, but it does appear that the short-lived series Mr. Sunshine is coming to DVD, though likely as a manufacture-on-demand product. The series didn't quite live up to the hype that it generated and only made it to nine episodes, but there is even a pre-order listing for Mr. Sunshine - Season One on amazon.com, and as TVShowsOnDVD.com indicates in their article, there is a tentative release date of November 15. We'll have more on this when more information is available.

We didn't really cover last week's release of Hawaii Five-0 - The First Season, but in looking at last week's ad from Best Buy, something interesting was uncovered. The set was released as a DVD, but if you happen to be shopping at Best Buy, you'll find a release that is exclusive to them for the time being: you'll find the set on Blu-ray! There will very likely be a wider release of this version of the set in the future, but if you want to see this new series in Blu-ray, you have that option available to you.

We don't normally cover many British series here, but there are plenty of fans out there, and not too many options to view British programs in the United States. But Acorn TV (a division of Acorn Media, a company that releases many DVDs, including The Red Green Show) is trying to change that. Much like Netflix, the recently-launched online pay service offers many complete seasons of series for $24.95 per year (not month, but year), including Doc Martin, Midsomer Murders, and Upstairs Downstairs. You can even watch the first episode of many of these series for free. According to their press release,
"Programming for Acorn TV is refreshed weekly, with each season available for five weeks. There are 10 seasons and more than 60 hours of programming offered at any given time. Each week content will rotate with two new seasons added. As Acorn TV continues to expand, the programming offering will evolve based on audience preferences."

UPCOMING WEEK PREVIEW

Tuesday (September 27) isn't quite as busy for DVD releases as last week was, but there is still plenty to come for Tuesday! In the "continuing story" of current sitcoms on DVD, we have the ABC series The Middle - Season Two coming just a week later than the season premiere of the third season. Also coming just a week later than the season premiere is the "legendary" How I Met Your Mother - Season Six. Finally, rounding out the comedies of the current series, we have The Cleveland Show - The Complete Season Two. If you like the many different CSI series, they're all coming to DVD on Tuesday as well, with CSI - The Eleventh Season, CSI: Miami - The Ninth Season, and CSI: NY - The Seventh Season. For older releases, we have the re-releases of The Monkees - Season One and The Monkees - Season Two, as well as Mill Creek's new release of Roseanne - Tricks & Treats. Finally, Sony has value-priced collections of Married... with Children - The Complete Series and The King of Queens - The Complete Series.

BLOG DVD REVIEW

Get ready to head back to the Possum Lodge for more mayhem, half-baked ideas, and crazy contraptions. In the popular Canadian series, Red Green (Steve Smith) and his friends worked together on a series about home improvement and the outdoors, in a world where the crazy ideas somehow managed to work out every single time. The popular Canadian comedy series (seen on PBS in the United States), The Red Green Show, is back on DVD for three more seasons (seasons 10-12) of fun in The Red Green Show - The Geezer Years.
The Red Green Show - The Geezer Years

DVD Review - The Red Green Show - The Geezer Years
by skees53

The Red Green Show - The Geezer Years (Acorn Media, $79.99) concludes the classic Canadian series (aired on PBS in the United States) with the final 55 episodes of the thirteenth, fourteenth, and fifteenth seasons of The Red Green Show. It may not be a series that just jumps out at fans immediately, but the series has been a cult classic throughout Canada, and has garnered fans in the United States as well. The series stars Steve Smith as Red Green, who is the master of all things Canadian, manly, and, well of course, duct taped! The comedy series spoofs home improvement and outdoor life series as Red Green and his gang (featuring Ranger Gord, Bill Smith, Hap Shaughnessy, and Red's nephew Harold) as they get into more mayhem, contraptions, and unintended consequences, for the final three years at the Possum Lodge.

The "lucky" thirteenth season kicks off with "You've Got Oil," where the guys agree to run an oil pipeline right through their property. The gang demolishes a public school in "The Drive Thru." Winston gets a new fashion accessory that causes a bit of shock in "The Earring." In "The Spelling Bee," who will be the best speller at the Possum Lodge? Red designs the perfect outdoor bathroom in "The Boat Ramp." In "Comrade Harold," Harold is seeing red as he begins to embrace communism! Harold finds a new mate on the world wide web in "Cyber Girl."

Onto the fourteenth season, Red accidentally destroys a historic statue in "The Statue." Harold auditions for a TV show (is this really a good thing?) in "False Idol." In "Harold's One and Only," the guys take a little trip... to a nude beach! Can you really decorate a Christmas tree using a ceiling fan? Well, even if you can't, Red does in "The Butter Man." It's Hawaii theme week (in Canada???) in "Lodge Luau."In "A Shot in the Dark," it's time for Harold and Red's flu shots. Red sees a problem with chandeliers in "The Possum Drop," that they are too feminine, so the solution? Create a masculine chandelier!

Finally, in the fifteenth season (and sadly, the very end of the series), Red demonstrates driving with no hands in "Rules of Engagement." The guys get free cell phones in "Cell Hell," but is this technology really going to make their lives better? The lodge "classes it up" as the members begin to drive golf carts in "Cart Blanche." In "Mad You Say?," Harold begins to worry (with good reason) about some suspiciously cheap beef. The world needs bigger crayons, right? That is what the guys are thinking in "The Bigger the Better." Red tries to solve the local drought problem in "Rain Man." The series ends with a bang as Harold gets married in "Do as I Do."

The episodes appear to be unedited, with an almost uniform runtime of 22:14 for basically EVERY episode. Exact runtimes are as follows:

Season 13:

Disc 1:
1. "You've Got Oil" (22:14)
2. "The Drive-Thru" (22:14)
3. "School Demo" (22:13)
4. "Change Will Do You Good" (22:14)
5. "The Earring" (22:14)
6. "Mailbox Wars" (22:14)

Disc 2:
7. "The String Ball" (22:13)
8. "The Spelling Bee" (22:14)
9. "Pay it Forward" (22:14)
10. "Possum Day" (22:14)
11. "The Boat Ramp" (22:14)
12. "Comrade Harold" (22:14)

Disc 3:
13. "Spokesman Red" (22:14)
14. "The Chain Letter" (22:14)
15. "The Women's Circle" (22:14)
16. "Ranger Harold" (22:14)
17. "The Sink Hole" (22:14)
18. "Cyber Girl" (22:14)

Season 14:

Disc 1:
1. "Red's Hot Sauce" (22:13)
2. "Life is a Circus" (22:14)
3. "Once More to the Well" (22:13)
4. "The Statue" (22:14)
5. "False Idol" (22:14)
6. "Harold's One and Only" (22:13)

Disc 2:
7. "The Grapes of Wrath" (22:13)
8. "The Lodge Election" (22:13)
9. "Ticket to Fame" (22:14)
10. "Stay Tuned" (22:14)
11. "The Butter Man" (22:13)
12. "Red Green Insurance" (22:13)

Disc 3:
13. "Lodge Luau" (22:13)
14. "Hoard of the Flies" (22:13)
15. "A Shot in the Dark" (22:14)
16. "Bye Bye Bonnie" (22:13)
17. "Fishy CANUSA Games" (22:13)
18. "The Possum Drop" (22:13)

Season 15:

Disc 1:
1. "Rules of Engagement" (22:14)
2. "The Folk Art Convention" (22:14)
3. "Mr. Clean" (22:14)
4. "No Tell Boatel" (22:14)
5. "Cell Hell" (22:14)
6. "Cart Blanche" (22:14)

Disc 2:
7. "New Yorkshire Puddings" (22:13)
8. "Exit Stag Right" (22:14)
9. "Mad You Say?" (22:14)
10. "No Place Like the Home" (22:13)
11. "Flying Blind" (22:14)
12. "The Bigger the Better" (22:14)

Disc 3:
13. "The Big Retreat" (22:14)
14. "Rites of Passage" (22:14)
15. "Sasquatch" (22:14)
16. "Rain Main" (22:14)
17. "Love is in the Air" (22:14)
18. "Toe the Line" (22:14)
19. "Do as I Do" (22:14)

Acorn has remained fairly consistent with the packaging, again using three Viva-packs inside of a large outer cardboard box. On the cover, we have Red inside of yet another kludge (this time, a golf cart). Inside the box, each individual season has the same artwork that is seen on the outer box. The only thing that really varies is the season description on the back of each case. Inside each Viva-pack, we have the three discs with, you guessed it, the same artwork as seen on the cover. There is also an insert listing all of the episodes, along with a brief description.

The menus on the set are just like the previous sets, with the main menu having the same artwork seen on the cover, a Play All option, and a list of all of the episodes on the disc--that is, on the discs that don't have any special features. The discs containing special features have an Episode Selection option and an option for the bonus feature. In the background of the main menu, we have the theme song playing. Chapters are placed throughout each episode.

The video and audio quality of the set is decent, but it isn't perfect. However, that isn't a problem with this series, as it is supposed to be a parody of a really bad/low budget series. It would just be wrong to put this on Blu-ray, for instance. The audio is presented in stereo, and each episode on the set is closed-captioned.

The set isn't really loaded with special features, but there are definitely some, including one really good one on Disc 3 of season 13. In "Hindsight is 20/20" (59:39), we get to see a very thorough look back at the series history (up to the 2003 season) with interviews from the stars and a series of clips from the series. It is definitely the best special feature we've seen on these sets. Aside from this feature, each season has an introduction by Steve Smith, but they are pretty short. We get a 32 second introduction on season 13, a 42 second introduction on season 14, and 59 second introduction on season 15. Like the season 12 introduction on the previous release, it isn't particularly insightful, and leaves you wanting a whole lot more, but still, it is nice that he participates on the set.

The series ran for fifteen seasons, which is a very long time in television, yet somehow managed to stay fresh and funny throughout each of those seasons. Honestly, it probably could have gone on even longer if the cast wasn't just burned out on doing the series after fifteen years (which is definitely understandable). For those who have never seen the series, it takes a little getting used to, but it is a series that really hooks you in once you get it. I'd suggest those who have never seen it to check it out on a local PBS affiliate to get a feel for it, and then if you like it, check out more of the episodes on DVD. It is hard to compare the series to any other series, as it has a unique style of comedy that seems to be made just for this series, but it is definitely a hilarious and enjoyable series for those looking for something a bit different.


(4/5 stars)

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CSI: Crime Scene Investigation - The Eleventh Season

DVD Review: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation - The Eleventh Season (CBS DVD/Paramount Home Video, $69.99)
by Todd Fuller

Sin City proves just as sinful as ever in Season 11 of the procedural drama that started it all. Kicking off the season, we find Dr. Ray Langston (Tony winner, Emmy winner and Academy Award nominee Laurence Fishburne) navigating his way back after being stabbed by a serial killer who was assisting the crime lab at the end of Season 10. Along with veterans Catherine Willows, Nick Stokes, Sara Sidle and Greg Sanders (Emmy winner Marg Helgenberger, George Eads, Jorja Fox and Eric Szmanda), the team unravels a collection of crimes as mind-bending and breathtaking as ever. A convention of vampires and werewolves. A house of hoarders. And a slew of surprise guests including teen sensation Justin Bieber, Ann-Margret, Marlee Matlin and Elliott Gould. In its riveting eleventh season, the Emmy and People's Choice Award-winning series continues to raise the bar and make a killing.

This 6-disc set contains all 22 sizzling episodes from the eleventh (2010-11) season of the long-running crime drama. The episodes are presented in anamorphic widescreen enhanced for 16:9 TVs with English 5.1, English Stereo and Spanish audio available. It has a total running time of approximately 16 hours, 2 minutes. The attractive packaging has photos of Marg Helgenberger, Laurence Fishburne and George Eads on the front cover, with part of the Las Vegas skyline in the background. There is an embossed CSI: Crime Scene Investigation logo in the center of the box. As with Season 10, they use a cardboard box that holds a clear plastic snapcase. Marg Helgenberger, Wallace Langham, Eric Szmanda, David Berman, Jorja Fox, Robert David Hall, Paul Guilfoyle, George Eads and Laurence Fishburne are pictured on the back of the box. A short synopsis of the set, a listing of the special features and the DVD specs are provided. There is a clear plastic snapcase that slides out from the right of the outer cardboard box. The snapcase has the same cover art, photos and information as the cardboard box. Opening up the snapcase, there is a content locator which lists the episodes and the special features on the inside cover. Discs 1 and 6 are held in embedded holders in the front and back of the case, while Discs 2-5 are held in back-to-back in plastic trays. The discs have the CSI logo on them and part of the city and lights in the background. Episode titles and the special features are listed on the discs. Once again, they don't use the Crime Scene: Do Not Cross tape around the packaging. I always thought that was a nice touch, but I guess they dropped it with the switch in packaging.

The menus are stylish and easy to navigate. There are no previews on this release, so it jumps right to the main menus. The main menu opens with some views of Las Vegas that lead to a montage of video clips from the show. A nice instrumental cue plays in the background and then the sequence loops. Options for Episode Selection, Set Up and Special Features are available at the bottom of the screen. Episode titles are listed vertically in blue boxes on the Episode Selection menu. You can choose English 5.1, English Stereo or EspaƱol audio on the Set Up menu. English subtitles for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing are available. Some options and special features are not rated any may not be subtitled. As you would expect from such a recent show, the video and audio quality is outstanding. They do a lot of nighttime shooting and make the show look dark and like a theatrical film. There is no disclaimer on the back of the box about any of the episodes possibly being edited or any of the music being changed. Episodes are presented in their original broadcast order and numbered by the production number. The broadcast and production order differed for episodes 3-6 this season. Running times are between 42-44 minutes in length. Hopefully we'll see some seasons released on Blu-Ray in the U.S. at some point.

Here is the episode breakdown by disc, including the runtimes:

Disc 1
Episode 1101 "Shockwaves" (43:13)
Episode 1102 "Pool Shark" (42:33)
Episode 1104 "Blood Moon" (44:03)

Disc 2
Episode 1103 "Sqweegel" (44:13)
Episode 1106 "House of Hoarders" (44:33)
Episode 1105 "Cold Blooded" (44:13)

Disc 3
Episode 1107 "Dump & Grind" (43:13)
Episode 1108 "Fracked" (44:13)
Episode 1109 "Wild Life" (43:23)
Episode 1110 "418/427" (43:23)

Disc 4
Episode 1111 "Man Up" (43:23)
Episode 1112 "A Kiss Before Frying" (44:13)
Episode 1113 "The Two Mrs. Grissoms" (43:13)
Episode 1114 "All That Cremains" (44:33)

Disc 5
Episode 1115 "Targets of Obsession" (43:33)
Episode 1116 "Turn On, Tune In, Drop Dead" (42:33)
Episode 1117 "The List" (44:33)
Episode 1118 "Hitting for the Cycle" (43:43)

Disc 6
Episode 1119 "Unleashed" (44:33)
Episode 1120 "Father of the Bride" (44:13)
Episode 1121 "Cello and Goodbye" (43:13)
Episode 1122 "In a Dark, Dark House" (44:13)

A nice amount and mixture of special features are spread out over the 6 discs. There seems to be a few more featurettes this season than in the last few releases. Once again, there are only 2 audio commentaries on this set. This has been the norm with all of the CSI franchise releases recently. There are two deleted scenes included. Here is the breakdown by disc:

Disc 1
Getting Personal: Season 11 of CSI (28:11) - This is the most extensive featurette on this release and details the eleventh season. They went back to the style of the earlier seasons by adding more humor and made it more about the team. Some of the topics covered include the character's personal stories and highlights of the season, the hoarders and cycle episodes, Bill Irwin as Nate Haskell, and having fun this season. Interviews include the Creator of CSI/Executive Producer Anthony E. Zuiker, Executive Producer Louis Shaw Milito, Executive Producer Carol Mendelsohn, Executive Producer Don McGill, Marg Helgenberger, George Eads, Paul Guilfoyle, Eric Szmanda, Jorja Fox, Wallace Langham, David Berman, Robert David Hall and Writer Tom Mularz. Laurence Fishburne is notably absent from the interviews.

Las Vegas Headliners (22:21) - Many of this season's guest stars are detailed in this featurette. They talk about Justin Bieber guest starring in two episodes, Marlee Matlin as Grissom's ex-girlfriend, Carrot Top, Dita Von Teese in the burlesque episode, Elliott Gould and Ann-Margret. Interviews include Jorja Fox, George Eads, David Berman, Robert David Hall, Justin Bieber, Executive Producer Don McGill, Marg Helgenberger, Executive Producer Carol Mendelsohn, Eric Szmanda, Marlee Matlin, Dita Von Teese, Wallace Langham, Ann-Margret, Creator of CSI/Executive Producer Anthony E. Zuiker and Paul Guilfoyle.

Disc 2
Audio Commentary by George Eads, Director Alec Smight and Writer Christopher Barbour on "House of Hoarders"

Something Twisted This Way Comes (9:21) - This featurette focuses on the "Sqweegel" episode. It's about a forensic-proof killer. They talk about the development of the episode and working with Daniel Browning Smith (the world's most flexible man) as Sqweegel. Interviews include Creator of CSI/Executive Producer Anthony E. Zuiker, Executive Producer Carol Mendelsohn, Daniel Browning Smith, Marg Helgenberger, George Eads, David Berman and Eric Szmanda.

Cold-Blooded Killers (9:26) - This featurette focuses on the "Cold Blooded" episode that dealt with the Walking with Dinosaurs experience. They talk about the idea for the episode and working with the dinosaurs. Interviews Writer Tom Mularz, Executive Producer Carol Mendelsohn, Director/Executive Producer Louis Shaw Milito and Wallace Langham.

Disc 3
Deleted Scene for "Fracked" (1:20) - Greg, Ray, Nick and Frankie watch a TV news report.

Disc 4
Deleted Scene for "Man Up" (1:13) - Mandy talks to Catherine about some evidence.

Audio Commentary by Eric Szmanda, Dita Von Teese and Brad Tanenbaum on "A Kiss Before Frying"

Dita Von Teese Burlesque Performance (3:50) - The stunning Dita Von Teese's full performance from the "A Kiss Before Frying" episode.

Disc 5
Intelligent Design: Creating Aeron's Legion (7:06) - This episode focuses on the episode "Hitting for the Cycle." They talk about the creation of the game for this episode. Interviews include Eric Szmanda, Senior Pixel Pusher/CEO Symbient Paul LeBlanc and 2D/3D Animator/Programmer Symbient Trevor Phillips.

An Underground Perspective (7:28) - This featurette focuses on "The List" episode. They talk about the production of the episode and the building of the underground tunnel set. Interviews include George Eads, Director/Executive Producer Louis Shaw Milito, Production Designer Daniel Novotny, Eric Szmanda, Marg Helgenberger.

CSI continues to be a highly entertaining series. They celebrated their 250th episode this season. This was one of the better seasons in recent years. They went back to the style of the early seasons and focused more on the team and the characters. Some more humor was included in some of these episodes. Memorable episodes this season included "Sqweegel," "House of Hoarders," "Cold Blooded," "Bump & Grind," "The Two Mrs. Grissoms," and "Unleashed." The "House of Hoarders" episode was one of my favorites. The set was amazing and looked very realistic.

This is another excellent set. There seems to be a few more special features than normal on this release. Unfortunately, Laurence Fishburne wasn't part of any of the interviews. It will be sad to leave him the series, but the show will go on. Ted Danson should add more humor to the show and will probably re-energize them a bit. Watch CSI on their new night on Wednesdays at 10pm on CBS.

-- Reviewed by Todd Fuller

(4/5 stars)

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CLICK OF THE WEEK

Television Obscurities (www.tvobscurities.com) - We all love websites that bring us unique content that we haven't seen before, and a little bit of the obscure, and with a name like Television Obscurities, you know that you must be getting the obscure. The website isn't just a website that merely tells the stories about the long-lost and forgotten memories of television (though it does do that, and very well, I'll add), but it also poses questions to the public in hopes of finding answers and video to help rebuild some of the obscure past of television, particularly the earlier days of television.

On the main page, you'll find a blog that is updated semi-frequently, but when you click around, you'll find so much more. You'll find a variety of articles on the site from different perspectives. The first type of article you'll find is a series about some of the long-lost television shows of the past, with thorough information, photos, video, and audio about series that you've likely never even heard of. Another type is articles about the history of individual moments of the different networks. In addition, you'll find many other articles that don't fit into either of these categories, such as articles about unsold pilots and just the history of television in general. In addition to these articles, you'll find a "museum" of sorts on the website containing exhibits of various video and audio related to television history. It's a bit like going to one of the major TV museums without leaving your home. There is so much to discover on this website, and we encourage you to explore it for yourself.

That's all for this week. Until next time, keep it digital!


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2 Broke Girls - The Complete Third Season Two and a Half Men - The Complete Eleventh Season WKRP in Cincinnati - The Complete Series Hot in Cleveland - Season Five Sgt. Bilko - The Phil Silvers Show - The Complete Series
Family Ties - The Complete Series Happy Days - The Sixth Season The Jeffersons - The Complete Series Mister Ed - The Complete Series Mork & Mindy - The Complete Series

10/07 - The Dick Van Dyke Show - Classic Christmas Episodes
10/07 - The Flying Nun - The Complete First and Second Seasons (Mill Creek)
10/07 - The Middle - The Complete Fifth Season (Warner Archive)
10/07 - The Office - The Complete Series
10/07 - The Wonders Years - Season One
10/10 - The Wonder Years - The Complete Series - Read Our Review / The Signature Edition / Seasons 1-3
10/14 - 2 Broke Girls - The Complete Third Season
10/14 - Two and a Half Men - The Complete Eleventh Season
10/21 - Married with Children - Seasons 5 and 6 (Mill Crek)
10/21 - The Soul Man - The Complete Second Season
10/21 - Square Pegs - The Complete Series (Mill Creek)
10/28 - WKRP in Cincinnati - The Complete Series / Read Our Review
11/04 - The Exes - Seasons 1 & 2
11/04 - Hot in Cleveland - Season Five
11/04 - Napoleon Dynamite - The Complete Animated Series
11/04 - Sgt. Bilko (The Phil Silvers Show) - The Complete Series / Read Our Review
11/06 - Kenan & Kel - The Best of Seasons 3 & 4
11/11 - Dads - The Complete Series
11/11 - Dharma & Greg - The Complete Season 2
11/11 - Family Ties - The Complete Series
11/11 - My Favorite Martian - Best of Collection
11/11 - Taxi - The Complete Series
11/11 - Wings - The Complete Series (Mill Creek)
11/18 - King of the Hill - The Complete Seventh Season / The Complete Eighth Season
11/25 - Better Off Ted - The Complete Second Season
12/02 - Broad City - Season 1
12/02 - Happy Days - The Sixth Season
12/02 - The Simpsons - The Seventeenth Season (Blu-ray)
12/09 - Barney Miller - The Complete Sixth Season
12/09 - Family Guy - Volume 13
12/09 - The Jeffersons - The Complete Series
12/09 - Mister Ed - The Complete Series
12/09 - Mork & Mindy - The Fourth Season / The Complete Series
12/16 - The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis - The Final (Fourth) Season
12/23 - My Favorite Martian - Season Two - Collector's Edition
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Sitcom Stars on Talk Shows (Week of December 22) (All times ET unless noted)

Monday, December 22

  • Steve Carell (The Office) - Watch Steve on a repeat of The Late Show with David Letterman at 11:35pm on CBS.
  • Martin Short (Mulaney/The Martin Short Show) - Martin appears on a repeat of Conan at 11pm on TBS.
  • Kelly Ripa (Hope & Faith) - Kelly stops by Watch What Happens: Live at 11pm on Bravo.
  • Christine Baranski (Cybill/Welcome to New York) - Christine talks about Into the Woods on ABC's Good Morning America sometime between 7-9am. She will also be on LIVE! with Kelly and Michael, so check your listings.
  • Jamie Foxx (The Jamie Foxx Show) - Jamie is a guest on a repeat of The Queen Latifah Show on your local station or at 3am on BET.
  • Donald Faison (The Exes/Scrubs) - Donald drops by The Better Show, so check your local listings.