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Duckman: The Complete Series

Recommended In 10 Words or LessThe animated adventures of a sexually-obsessed duckReviewer's Bias*Loves: animation, surreal comedy, CornfedLikes: Klasky Csupo animationDislikes: SeinfeldHates: Unmotivated crudenessThe Story So Far...Duckman (voiced by Jason Alexander) is an altogether awful person, whose sole focus is his own unlimited libido. That self-absorption creates unending

The Streets of San Francisco – The Complete Series

Recommended A Quinn Martin Production starring Karl Malden. Also starring Michael Douglas.With Guest Stars James Gregory, Leslie Nielsen...Special Guest Star Andrew DugganAct IThe Streets of San Francisco (1972-77), previously available only as half-season sets, has been repackaged using the same masters, indeed the very same discs, as

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Complete Series

Highly Recommended The Show:In today's installment of you are old, did you know that the then-UPN show Buffy the Vampire Slayer quietly celebrated its 20th anniversary this year. Yes, it's 20 years old. Inspired by the 1992 film, the show was received with initial adoration and better

Green Acres: The Complete Series

DVD Talk Collector Series The Dick Van Dyke Show is the best American sitcom of the 1960s, but Green Acres is by all odds the funniest. Somewhat unfortunately lumped in with CBS's other, lesser rural comedies of the time, notably The Beverly Hillbillies and Petticoat Junction, from

Ned and Stacey: The Complete Series

Highly Recommended The Show: The 1995-97 sitcom Ned and Stacey has long had a reputation as a funny and smart show that deserved a larger audience than it ever attracted. The series stars a post-Wings Thomas Haden Church and a pre-Will & Grace Debra Messing in the title roles, and

Just Shoot Me!: The Complete Series

Rent It The Series:It's always a gamble to revisit some of your favorite shows from decades ago, since it might shock you with not only how dated they have become, but how much your taste has grown since. This is doubly the case with sit-coms. Humor is