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Cheers - L'Integrale Saison 2 - Coffret 4 DVD [Import anglais]
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Détails sur le produit
- Strictly Top Shelf: The Guys Behind The Bar
- Cliffs Notes: The Wisdom of Cliff Clavin
- Carla The Comeback Queen: Insults for Every Occasion
- Di Another Day: Diane Chambers From A-Z
- Cliffs Notes: The Wisdom of Cliff Clavin
- Gag Reel: Bloopers from Season One
DVD Technical Information:
- Region Code: 2
- Aspect Ratio: Fullscreen 4:3
- Language: English
- Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1
- Total Running Time: 8 hours and 59 minutes approx.
Descriptions du produit
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Just as everyone had anticipated throughout season one of Cheers, season two opened with Boston bar owner Sam Malone (Ted Danson) and waitress Diane Chambers (Shelley Long) declaring their mutual passion. But romance does not always translate into love, and, after a turbulent 22 episodes, Sam and Diane had broken up over a silly triviality - or had they?
In other developments, Cheers' other waitress, acerbic single mother Carla (Rhea Perlman), again gave birth (her fifth child), and had to endure the wedding of her slime ball ex-husband Nick Tortelli (Dan Hedaya) to the equally odious Loretta (Jean Kasem). And one of Cheers' best customers, trivia-happy postman Cliff Clavin (John Ratzenberger), heretofore only a recurring character, was now billed among the series' regular stars.
- Power Play
- Little Sister Don't Cha
- Personal Business
- Homicidal Ham
- Sumner's Return
- Affairs of the Heart
- Old Flames
- Manager Coach
- They Called Me Mayday
- How Do I Love Thee Let Me Call You Back
- Just Three Friends
- Where There's a Will
- Battle of the Exes
- No Help Wanted
- And Coachie Makes Three
- Cliff's Rocky Moment
- Fortune and Men's Weight
- Snow Job
- Coach Buries a Grudge
- Norman's Conquest
- I'll Be Seeing You (Part One)
- I'll Be Seeing You (Part Two)
- Little Sister Don't Cha
It looks great: season two of the situation comedy many consider the best ever produced on American television has a superb presentation on this DVD collection. The colours are rich, the images sharp--a vast improvement over those murky reruns in perpetual TV syndication. Then, of course, there are the consistently brilliant episodes from Cheers' sophomore year. Despite its low-rated debut in 1982, the ensemble farce set in a Boston bar confidently returned with several strong story arcs, including the turbulent, screwball romance between intellectual poseur Diane Chambers (Shelley Long) and affable primitive Sam Malone (Ted Danson), romantic conflicts for the sexually voracious and deeply cynical barmaid Carla (Rhea Perlman) and marital separation for beloved barfly Norm (George Wendt). With John Ratzenberger signing on as a full-time cast member (playing pompous jive-slinger and postman Cliff Claven), and those opaque one-liners by the clueless Coach (Nicholas Colasanto), Cheers was firing on all cylinders.
Episode highlights include "They Call Me Mayday", in which talk-show personality Dick Cavett, playing himself, convinces Sam the public would be interested in the former major league pitcher's autobiography--a notion that throws the unpublished, would-be novelist Diane into disbelief. Also wonderful is "Where There's a Will," guest-starring George Gaynes as a rich, dying man who leaves the gang $100,000 on a paper napkin will. "No Help Wanted" finds Sam's friendship with down-on-his-luck accountant Norm strained when the latter has a go at the bar's books, while the great "Coach Buries a Grudge" features the addled, elder statesman of Cheers delivering a memorable eulogy for a friend after discovering the dead man had an affair with his wife. Opinions vary about the worthiness of Cheers' latter years (the show ended in 1993), but no one disputes the merit of its ground-breaking start. --Tom KeoghVoir l'ensemble des Descriptions du produit
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Les analyses de Diane sont toujours aussi "étourdissantes" pour ceux qui ni prêtent aucun intérêt ; son histoire d'amour, déjà naissante dans la première saison, évolue au grand jour.
Les questions ou réponses sarcastiques de Carla, la laisse bien en place dans ces relations d'amitié ou de travail. Une antipathie importante se confirme entre les deux serveuses.
Et puis, le personnage que j'affectionne le plus "Coach", avec son air ahuri quelquefois, toujours fidèle au poste derrière le bar, qui tient tout ce petit monde.
J'ai plus apprécié cette saison que la précédente.
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"The Guys Behind the Bar" discusses Season 2 in general. I didn't find it to be very interesting and I probably won't watch it again. "Cliff's Notes", "Carla The Comeback Queen", "Di Another Day" do not contain new footage. Instead, they showed clips from several episodes that show off the named actor/actress. They were nicely done. The bloopers segment was laugh out loud funny, although it was short. The extras are not a reason to buy the DVD set, in my opinion.
I like Shelley Long and Season 2 has several episodes about the on-off relationship between her and Ted Danson. Many episodes are very funny. I liked the episode "Just Three Friends". Markie Post plays Diane's friend who is attracted to Ted Danson! "Cheers" does a good job of portraying everyday conflicts, and the fact that it is set in a bar becomes unimportant.
Here are the episodes, with a tiny description:
1. Power Play (Diane & Sam together? You gotta be kidding!)
2. Little Sister Don't Cha (Carla plays her own sister)
3. Personal Business (Can Diane get another job?)
4. Homicidal Ham (Diane's blind date)
5. Sumner's Return (The return of Diane's former fiance)
6. Affairs of the Heart (A man is interested in Carla)
7. Old Flames (Can he break up Diane & Sam?) This episode won 2 Emmys.
8. Manager Coach (Coach coaches a Little League team)
9. They Called Me Mayday (Writing Sam's autobiography)
10. How Do I Love Thee, Let Me Call You Back (Sam says "I love you")
11. Just Three Friends (Markie Post likes Sam)
12. Where There's a Will (A dying man tends bar)
13. Battle of the Exes (Carla's ex shows up)
14. No Help Wanted (Sam could get a BIG income tax refund)
15. And Coachie Makes Three (Diane and Sam want to be alone)
16. Cliff's Rocky Moment (Cliff gets into it with another patron)
17. Fortune and Men's Weight (A fortune-telling scale)
18. Snow Job (Sam lies to Diane)
19. Coach Buries a Grudge (I have to say nice things about WHO?")
20. Norman's Conquest (Norman's romantic interest)
21. & 22 I'll Be Seeing You (Part 1 & Part 2) (An artist paints Diane)
Though it was remarkably consistent for laughs throughout its run, I personally prefer Cheers in the pre-Kirstie Alley days. It's not that seasons 6-11, or Alley even, were bad, per se. But it was a different show once Shelley Long left. She really deserves all the lauds she received for her portrayal of the neurotic but well-inteded elitist Diane Chambers. Along with the writers she created one of TV's truly memorable, suprisingly multi-dimensional characters in this season and the one preceding it.
The entire cast is stellar, their interaction so natural (also evident in the short but very amusing blooper reel) and the writing unusually (for its genre) and mercifully restrained in its laugh grabs. In the post-Seinfeld era, few sitcoms have seamlessly combined irreverence and warmth the way Cheers did. I miss(ed) it (until I got the DVDs, that is :-).
On to the DVD itself..."Cheers" really hits its stride in the second season, with the beginning of the Sam & Diane relationship we all watched with amusement, interest, and amazement back in the day. The extras are slightly more substantial this time, too; while they all feature scenes from only the second season, we have "Diane Chambers from A to Z," "Carla's Insults for Every Occasion," "Cliff's Notes of Wisdom," and "Strictly Top Shelf: The Guys Behind the Bar," which includes both new and 1983 interviews with Jim Burrows, Ted Danson, George Wendt, and Rhea Perlman. I was a little disappointed no one even mentioned the late Nicholas Colasanto (Coach) and what it was like to work with him.
I'm hoping future "Cheers" DVD releases have a big, meaty documentary about the show, along the lines of the "E! True Hollywood Story." Don't get me wrong, I love the episodes themselves, but part of the fun of a DVD is the potential for lots of behind the scenes goodness.
The Cheers (Season 2) DVD offers a number of hilarious episodes and ignites Sam and Diane's long-lasting, on-again/off-again romance. This is also the first season in which Cliff Clavin is an "opening-credits" member of the cast (even though he appeared in most of season one's episodes). Guest appearances by Fred Dryer (of Hunter fame), Dick Cavett, Harry Anderson (of Night Court fame), and Christopher Lloyd (of Taxi and Back To The Future fame) make for some memorable comic sequences. The season ends with Sam and Diane's romance on shaky ground...
Below is a list of episodes included on the Cheers (Season 2) DVD:
Episode 23 (Power Play)
Episode 24 (Little Sister Don't Cha)
Episode 25 (Personal Business)
Episode 26 (Homicidal Ham)
Episode 27 (Sumner's Return)
Episode 28 (Affairs of the Heart)
Episode 29 (Old Flames)
Episode 30 (Manager Coach)
Episode 31 (They Called Me Mayday)
Episode 32 (How Do I Love Thee, Let Me Call You Back)
Episode 33 (Just Three Friends)
Episode 34 (Where There's A Will)
Episode 35 (Battle of the Exes)
Episode 36 (No Help Wanted)
Episode 37 (And Coachie Makes Three)
Episode 38 (Cliff's Rocky Moment)
Episode 39 (Fortune and Men's Weight)
Episode 40 (Snow Job)
Episode 41 (Coach Buries a Grudge)
Episode 42 (Norman's Conquest)
Episode 43 (I'll Be Seeing You: Part 1)
Episode 44 (I'll Be Seeing You: Part 2)
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