Saturday, November 11, 2006

Mini-DVD Reviews: DuckTales Vol. 2 and Chip 'n' Dale Vol. 2 (Nov. 14); In2TV Month Eight Episodes for Sitcoms

Welcome to another edition of the Saturday mini-DVD reviews! Today we take a look at Walt Disney Home Entertainment's DuckTales: Volume 2 and Chip 'n' Dale's Rescue Rangers: Volume 2. Both series were very popular in the early '90s on Disney's very popular syndicated block called The Disney Afternoon. DuckTales was about a wealthy duck who takes care of his nephews while Chip 'n' Dale was a crime-fighting series with chipmunks and their friends. As with all of the shows in the Disney Afternoon, they were action and adventure filled! See my mini-DVD reviews of both sets:

DuckTales: Volume 2 (Walt Disney, $34.99) brings the next 24 half hours of the very fun and interesting animated series on DVD on 3-discs. The episodes are again in production order and leave off from where we last left off. Many people were wondering why the 5-part pilot was not on volume one...well because they are going in production order, and the pilot was made much later. And it is on this set, as it should be, but it is out of order. It should be after the episode "The Golden Fleecing" since they are going in production order, but they start the set off with the 5-part pilot, but that's OK I guess. The 5-part pilot runs in 5 separate parts, rather than the mini-movie. I think that is good because the mini-movie had to cut scenes out. And for those of you wondering, the Firefly Fruit Contest (AKA: Catch As Cash Can) 4-parter is intact! The episodes all run just approx. 22:50, all unedited I'm sure. Each episode has 4 chapter stops. The episodes are all high class and we see more great stories. I always found it fascinating how this show handled Greek mythology. You actually do learn something here! I love the villains. The Beagle Boys and Ma Beagle, Flintheart Glomgold, and Magica da Spell are very fun to watch. The packaging has an outer box with three slim cases, holding each disc...it is designed very well. The menu screen has Play All, Set Up, and Episode Selection, with the closing theme song in the background. Each sub-menu has background music from the show. I always loved the background music on this show. It is so catchy. This and Dennis the Menace animated cartoon had the best background music--both shows had catchy ones. The Set Up option has options of Audio Options where we can change the audio to French or back to English, Subtitles where we can turn on English subtitles, Return to Episode and Register Your DVD. Disc one has auto previews when we put the disc in, where see sneak peeks at other Disney movies/DVDs. When we go to episode selection, the episodes are listed with a screenshot from the episode. The menu is designed quite well and is easy to navigate. Each disc has different menu shots. Disc one has an arctic theme with Webby, the nephews, and Launchpad. Disc two has a western theme with Scrooge and his nephews on horses. And disc three has the gang (Launchpad, Dufus, Scrooge & Gyro) under water. The video and audio are both very good. I highly do recommend any fan to pick up this set. We are now halfway through for this show. on DVD. We should be getting two more volumes from Disney--and hopefully soon. If you never saw the show, pick it up! It is great fun and probably the most interesting animated series of all-time! So, check your Junior Woodchuck Guidebook to find out where the series is on DVD for you to buy, or you can just click on the link below. Have fun watching the set after a nice day of swimming in your money bin!
-- Reviewed by Pavan
(4/5 stars)

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Chip 'n' Dale's Rescue Rangers: Volume 2 (Walt Disney, $34.99) brings the next 24 half hours of the crime fighting team on DVD on 3-discs. The episodes are in air-date order this time, rather than production order, which they used for volume one. Fortunately we are not missing episodes because of this change. Many people were wondering why the 5-part pilot was not on volume one...well because they were going in production order for volume one, and the pilot was made much later. And it is on this set, they start the set off with the 5-part pilot. The 5-part pilot runs in 5 separate parts, rather than the mini-movie. I think that is good because the mini-movie had to cut scenes out. Parts 2, 3, 4, and 5 have the "previously on Chip 'n' Dale's Rescue Rangers" recap. So, those episodes runs around 23:30 because of that. The rest of the episodes all run just approx. 22:50, all unedited I'm sure. Each episode has 4 chapter stops. The episodes are all still good today and very watchable. The set goes in air-date order, as I mentioned, and starts with the episode "A Creep in the Deep" and ends with "Dirty Rotten Diapers." For some reason "Normie's Science Project" was skipped on volume one when they were going in production order, but is intact on this set. The 5-part pilot actually starts the set off. It is a bonus really. I don't like how they changed from production to air-date order. They should have stuck with one way. Luckily, it doesn't affect any episodes missing. I also love the villains on this show. Fat Cat and his gang, and the Professor are very fun to watch. The packaging has an outer box with three slim cases, holding each disc...it is designed very well. The menu screen has Play All, Set Up, and Episode Selection, with the closing theme song in the background. Each sub-menu has background music from the show. The Set Up option has options of Audio Options where we can change the audio to French or back to English, Subtitles where we can turn on English subtitles, Return to Episode and Register Your DVD. Disc one has auto previews when we put the disc in, where see sneak peeks at other Disney movies/DVDs. When we go to episode selection, the episodes are listed with a screenshot from the episode. The menu is designed quite well and is easy to navigate. Each disc has different menu shots of Chip and Dale. Disc one has them in the tree-house, disc two has them in a sewer, and disc three has them by a tree. The video and audio are both very good. I highly do recommend any fan to pick up this set. We are now just one more volume away from finishing this series on DVD. 14 episodes remain I believe--and hopefully we get them soon. If you never saw the show, pick it up! It is great fun and Dale is hilarious! So, let Zipper fly to your local video stores to find out where the series is on DVD for you to buy, or you can just click on the link below. Hurry before Fat Cat and his gang beat you to it!
-- Reviewed by Pavan
(4/5 stars)

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We had so much news yesterday, so we couldn't fit In2TV's episode info for month eight. But fear not, we will today! Here are month eight's (November 2006) new episodes for In2TV that launched yesterday on In2TV. New sitcoms joining are Joey and Pearl, while Hangin' with Mr. Cooper joins Chico and the Man with no new episodes this month. There are more new shows joining that are not sitcoms, see bottom, also more special themed episodes and a new channel! So, here is a glimpse of what is new this month, including all the sitcom episodes (as a bonus we will list episode synopsis to make up for our delay):

Alice
"A Semi-Merry Christmas"
Mel (VIC TAYBACK) ruins everyone's holiday -- until he thinks of a unique scheme to provide Alice (LINDA LAVIN) and the others a white Christmas. The problem is, their truck gets stuck in a snowstorm.
"Take Him, He's Yours"
Alice's son, Tommy (PHILIP McKEON), is becoming a behavior problem at home. Mel (VIC TAYBACK) thinks he can raise him but finds their lifestyles collide, with a bang.
"Flo Finds Her Father"
Flo's father finds her after being absent for 30 years, and Flo's (POLLY HOLLIDAY) reception is not very warm.
"Mel's Christmas Carol"
When Mel (VIC TAYBACK), the Scrooge, fires the girls for refusing to work Christmas Eve, he receives a visit from the ghost of his ex-partner, Jake (JACK GILFORD).
"Who Ordered the Hot Turkey"
After the death of her truck-driver husband, a New Jersey housewife and her 12-year-old son head to Hollywood to follow her dream of stardom as a singer. But when the car breaks down in Phoenix, and with two mouths to feed, it's a waitress job for Alice.
"Tis the Season to be Jealous"
After the death of her truck-driver husband, a New Jersey housewife and her 12-year-old son head to Hollywood to follow her dream of stardom as a singer. But when the car breaks down in Phoenix, and with two mouths to feed, it's a waitress job for Alice.
"Alice's Turkey of a Thanksgiving"
Alice's mother (DORIS ROBERTS) pays a visit on Thanksgiving and drives Alice (LINDA LAVIN) crazy when she starts running her life. Alice is further upset when her mother announces she's selling her house in New Jersey and moving in with Alice.

Bless This House
"Misery On 34th Street"
It's Christmas time, but all is not well when Alice's mother comes to visit with plenty of advice.
"The Bowling Method"
After a pregnancy scare, Burt and Alice decided that one of them needs to be "fixed."

F Troop
"Wilton The Kid"
Captain Parmenter's (KEN BERRY) look-alike, the gunman Kid Vicious (KEN BERRY), terrorizes Fort Courage and makes Parmenter a likely guest of honor for a "necktie party" [hanging].
"La Dolce Courage"
An Italian beauty attracts the attention of every man in F Troop, but her hot-blooded swain swears vengeance against anyone who even looks at her.
"Here Comes the Tribe"
Parmenter rescues Wild Eagle's daughter from a Shug warrior, then must marry her.
"Our Hero, What's His Name?"
Agarn's boast to his Eastern girlfriend brings her, the Secretary of War and Geronimo to the fort.
"Iron Horse Go Home"
Wild Eagle, paid to relocate his tribe out of the way of the railroad, simply moves the Hekawis into the fort.

Gilligan's Island
"Plant You Now, Dig You Later"
Gilligan unearths a treasure chest.
"Little Island, Big Gun"
Mobsters fleeing the police land on Gilligan's Island.
"X Marks the Spot"
The United States Air Force targets Gilligan's Island to test a new missile.
"Gilligan Meets the Jungle Boy"
Gilligan discoers a renegade jungle boy living on the island and is anxious to investigate.
"St. Gilligan and the Dragon"
When the women of Gilligan's Island establish their own settlement, the men try to frighten them into returning.

Growing Pains
"Not Necessarily the News"
After being turned down for a job again and again, Maggie thinks she wasn't meant to have a career. Maybe, she should just stay home and cook meals for the family.
"A Star Is Born"
When the girl he likes is chosen as leading lady in the high school play, Mike Seaver auditions for leading man--and wins the part. He knows nothing about acting and can't recall his lines, but he loves rehearsing the kissing scenes.
"The Scarlet Letter"
After starring in last year's hit play at Dewey High School, Mike Seaver decides to skip the auditions for this year's production and head straight for Broadway stardom.
"Broadway Bound"
When Carol Seaver turns in an exam paper that she bluffed her way through because she didn't study and gets an A+ on it, she has serious doubts about the importance of grades and education.
"Second Chance"
Carol's new boyfriend Sandy doesn't show for a date, and his friend calls to say he's been in an accident and is in the hospital, seriously injured.

Head of the Class
"Parent's Day"
The IHP's parent's come to see how the class is taught.
"Love Is Debatable"
To ready the brokenhearted Alan for an upcoming debate against his former girlfriend's team, Darlene feigns her love.
"For Better, For Worse"
When Charlie becomes disenchanted with teaching and resigns, can anyone change his mind?
"We Love You, Mrs. Russell"
English teacher Mrs. Russell has always been a little absent-minded, but lately she doesn't even know what class she's in and Charlie is concerned.
"Don't Play With Matches"
While Charlie tries to get a coffee maker for the teachers' lounge, his students use the class computer as a dating tool to meet honor students from neighboring high schools.

Jamie Foxx Show
"Just Fancy"
Jamie and Fancy share a memorable night--but sexy guest DEBBE DUNNING (herself) causes trouble.
"Poker Face"
Fancy takes action when Jamie rejects her in favor of his poker game with the guys. Braxton wreaks computer chaos.
"Why Don't We Just Roll... Reversal"
Jamie and Fancy learn about themselves during a disastrous role-playing game.
"The Ugly Truth"
Jamie questions whether a new hire's success is based on her talent or her looks.
"Shades of Gray"
A lonely Jamie spends the night with Fancy at her apartment, but the morning after proves awkward for the former couple. The tension increases later that night when Jamie sees Fancy with another man at a party.

Joey - NEW!
"Pilot"
Charming and single Joey Tribbiani embarks on his own and moves from New York City to Hollywood, hoping to truly make it as an actor. Joey says good-bye to a time when his friends were his family and welcomes the chance to turn
"Joey and the Party"
Since moving from New York City to Hollywood, Joey has found it difficult to meet new friends. Gina suggests that Joey and Michael host a party in their apartment and invite all of the residents from their building.
"Joey and the Book Club"
When Joey finds it difficult to meet women in L.A., he joins Michael's book club. Meanwhile, after discovering that a female cosmetology school classmate is now a celebrity hairstylist, Gina decides she deserves the glamorous life, too.
"Joey and the Perfect Storm"
After auditioning for several plays, Joey is disappointed when he receives only the understudy roles. But when the lead actors in different plays get sick, he must figure out how he can be in several places at once.
"Joey and the Nemesis"
Joey meets his acting nemesis, Brian Michael David Scott who relentlessly makes a fool out of Joey at auditions.
"Joey and the Husband"
Gina struggles with nepotism at the salon when her boss hires his untalented daughter to take many of Gina's regular clients. After hearing how unhappy Gina is at work, Joey and Michael plan to help her open a salon.
"Joey and the Dream Girl"
'When Donna's ex-husband wants to reconcile, she is conflicted about her feelings for Joey and her history with her former husband.
"Joey and the Big Audition"
When he finds out that there are many Northwestern University graduates in Hollywood that help one another get entertainment jobs, Joey pretends he attended the school and lands a great audition for a new television show.
"Joey and the Plot Twist"
It's Joey's first day at his new job on the television series "Deep Powder," but after reading a confidential script of an upcoming episode, he begins to worry that his character is going to be killed off.
"Joey and the Bachelor Thanksgiving"
Joey and Zach get into trouble when they discover ancient Native American artifacts on Joey's property and mistakenly give them away. Meanwhile, Gina attempts to celebrate a meaningful family Thanksgiving with Alex and Michael--but Joey doesn't cooperate

Kirk
"The Christmas Show"
It's Christmas and not only does Kirk lose his job but the presents he bought for the kids are stolen.
"The Beach House"
Elizabeth invites the Hartman's to her family's beach house during a heat wave.
"She Stoops to Conquer"
Phoebe wants Ty, the school hunk, and uses a method she reads in a magazine to snag him.
"Strangers in the Night"
Corey begins to ignore his curfew and moves in with Eddie after he fights with Kirk about it.
"Hire Learning"
Kirk must sacrifice his dream of working at DC Comics when he is offered more money to work at little-known Shotz Comics.

Off Centre
"Addicted to Love"
Chau thinks he's found his perfect woman, Dawn. She is gorgeous, and she shares Chau's love for movies starring Richard Grieco. Dawn's only flaw is her constant desire to watch people beat Chau up.
"Unflushable"
Mike impresses the guys when he leaves the guys' favorite hangout, Gnu Bar, with the sexy new building tenant, CARMEN ELECTRA (herself). However, back at Carmen's apartment, Mike's new diet causes him to clog her toilet.
"P.P. DOC II: The Examination Continues"
When Dr. Barry Wasserman moves into their building, Mike and Euan reluctantly agree to take him out to a bar--and they are delighted to discover that he attracts all sorts of sexy women.
"The Good, the Bad and the Lazy"
Terminated from his job, Mike sets out to find a career about which he can be passionate.
"A Cute Triangle"
When Liz's flirty friend, Brooke, comes to town for the weekend, Mike senses that he might be able to convince both women to have sex with him at once. He does everything in his power to attain his ultimate fantasy.

Pearl - NEW!
"Pilot"
A longshoreman's widow enrolls as a college freshman and signs up for a tough course taught by the feared Professor Pynchon.
"Teacher's Pet"
Pearl leaps at the chance to become Pynchon's teaching assistant, hoping to get on his good side, but he promptly takes advantage by treating her like a slave.
"Your Cheatin' Heart"
When Pearl's caught cheating on a test, Pynchon is persuaded to give her an oral makeup test, which quickly becomes a mental battle between student and teacher.
"The Naked Truth"
Pearl and Annie's friendship undergoes a severe test.
"Pynchon's Pynchon"
Pynchon is suddenly in his students' position when his own intimidating college professor pays a visit.
"Power Play"
Pynchon allows his students to grade each others' papers on the abuse of power, resulting in chaos as the authors live their work.
"Lessons In Love"
Pynchon chains himself to the library when the university threatens to remove controversial books from the shelves.
"The Tutor"
Pearl teaches her senior advisor--a nine-year-old genius--how to be a kid.
"Pearls Before Swine"
Pearl has to choose between a cherished gift from her late husband or staying in school.
"My So Called Ruin"
Frankie makes a film in lieu of a term paper for Pynchon's class, but his effort to document the relationships between Pearl, Amy, Annie, Joey and Pynchon is headed for disaster when they realize he's been lying to all of them.

Perfect Strangers
"A Christmas Story"
A blizzard strands Larry and Balki in Chicago for the holidays.
"Tooth or Consequences"
Balki pays his first visit to a dentist.
"Dog Day Mid-Afternoon"
Larry does an expose on a money laundering scheme which causes the scheme's designer to take over the office with a bomb.
"Poetry in Motion"
Larry and Balki find a secret compartment in the chimney containing clues to the works of a famous poet.
"Wild Turkey"
Larry and Balki think that a lost wedding ring is inside of the neighbor's turkey and they try to get it back.

Welcome Back, Kotter
"A Sweathog Christmas Retrospect"
Kotter, Julie and the Sweathogs spend Christmas Eve together reminiscing about past episodes.
"Washington's Clone"
A younger student starts to imitate Washington and he ends up becoming a delinquent. The Sweathogs decide to set the kid straight.
"Frog Day Afternoon"
Blight becomes convinced that frog DNA will help her restore her flawless skin.
"A Winter's Coat Tail"
It is Christmas time and Barbarino has purchased a new camel-hair coat. Unfortunately, a couple of punks steal it from him.
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"The Sweat Smell of Success"
Epstein tries to change the school paper into a tabloid by printing innuendos about people.


New shows and specials: Are You Hot?, Bugs Bunny's Thanksgiving Diet, The Girl from U.N.C.L.E., Hunter (1976), Joey, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Pearl, Spies, The Thanksgiving That Almost Wasn't, and Under Cover.

Special Themed Episodes:
Thanksgiving Disasters - Episodes of Perfect Strangers, Growing Pains, Sisters, Alice, Head of the Class, Joey, Bugs Bunny's Thanksgiving Diet, Eight is Enough and The Thanksgiving That Almost Wasn't.
Very Special Episodes - Episodes of Alice, Welcome Back Kotter and Growing Pains.

New Secret Agent TV Channel:
Episodes of The Girl from U.N.C.L.E., Hunter (1976), The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Spies, and Under Cover


Sitcoms Airing Tonight

Tuesday, March 31

The Conners - "The Preemie Monologues" (ABC, 8:00PM ET/PT) (Repeat)
Harris is forced to confront Darlene about her lifestyle, while Jackie involves herself in other people’s problems to avoid confronting her own. Meanwhile, Becky is overwhelmed by the costs of raising a baby, so her family steps in to help.

Bless This Mess - "The Letter of the Law" (ABC, 8:30PM ET/PT) (Repeat)
Rio is bummed she can’t afford to go to Iceland for her best friend’s wedding, so the nuptials are moved and brought to the farm. Meanwhile, Rio is forced to take on Deb’s mail route after she quits, and Mike and Jacob help Rudy get over Constance.

mixed-ish - "Let Your Hair Down" (ABC, 9:00PM ET/PT) (Repeat)
After a teacher tells Rainbow to make sure her hair is “neat” for picture day, she becomes self-conscious and begins a complicated relationship with her hair. Meanwhile, Johan and Santamonica struggle with their own hair identity.

black-ish - "Hair Day" (ABC, 9:30PM ET/PT) (Repeat)
Bow takes Diane to get her hair done at the salon and wants to spend this time together as a bonding opportunity, but Diane isn’t having it. Diane is conflicted about relaxing her hair again and embarks on a hair journey with the help of Bow, Ruby and her hair stylist, Yaya (Jill Scott). Meanwhile, Dre and Junior compete to have the best barbecue.

Schitt's Creek - "Start Spreading the News" (Pop, 9:00PM ET/PT)
Moira receives some unexpected news, and David makes a tough decision about where he wants to live.

One Day at a Time - "Penny Pinching" (Pop, 9:30PM ET/PT)
After a disastrous evening, Penelope realizes she needs to change her relationship to money and do the unthinkable -- buy something new; Elena struggles to make it to an important e-sports match.

Miracle Workers: Dark Ages - "Dark Ages: Moving Out Part 2" (TBS, 10:30PM ET/PT)
Al and Prince Chauncley face their biggest challenge yet.

Complete TV Listings


Sitcom Stars on Talk Shows (Week of March 30)

Tuesday, March 31

  • Demi Lovato (Sonny with a Chance) - Catch Demi on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon at 11:35pm on NBC. She will also be on a repeat of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, so check your local listings.
  • Rob Lowe (The Grinder/Parks and Recreation) - Rob appears on a repeat of The Late Late Show with James Corden at 12:37am on CBS.
  • Sean Hayes (Will & Grace/The Millers/Sean Saves the World) - Sean is a guest on The Talk on CBS at 2pm ET/1pm CT-PT.
  • Josh Radnor (How I Met Your Mother) - Josh talks about Hunters on LIVE! with Kelly and Ryan, so check your listings.
  • Josh Gad (1600 Penn/Back to You) - Josh appears on a repeat of The Kelly Clarkson Show, so check your local listings.
  • Ron Livingston (Loudermilk) - Ron talks about A Million Little Things on a repeat of Access Daily, so check your local listings.
  • Matt Fraser (Meet the Frasers) - Matt is a guest on The Doctors, so check your local listings.


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