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TV (No-)Shows On DVD

As you already well know if you’ve stepped into a DVD retailer recently, the “Television” section of such stores has been growing by leaps and bounds. To look at the sprawling rows of full-season sets, you might think that there couldn’t possibly be any TV series that hasn’t yet made it to DVD…but, dude, seriously, if you really think that, you’re a naïve fool. (Sorry, nothing personal.) While it’s one thing for a show to be cancelled after less than a season and then simply vanish into the mists of time – although more and more networks are trying to cut their losses by marketing “complete series” sets of such series – how about a show that lasted, say, 10 years? Anything that popular is surely available, right? Wrong, pally. Bullz-Eye has compiled a list of our top 15 shows that remain unavailable on DVD but ought to be, as well as a few additions that we’d like to see come out…even if we aren’t exactly holding our breath.

Check out the list here.

And, hey, what shows are you still waiting to see on DVD? Leave your comments below and let us know!

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Python fans in the US, prepare to weep

Sony has, for no discernable reason, cancelled the August 1st reissue of “A Fish Called Wanda” in a special edition 2-disc set…and by “cancelled,” I mean it’s totally off the schedule now, with no revised date provided.

I know this will particularly annoy one Mike Wazowski, as he was slated to review it…but it also means another thing to remove from my birthday list.

How long must America be forced to deal with the crappy, virtually-featureless single disc version of the film…?

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It’s official: the second season of “Rock Star” will suck.

Okay, maybe it won’t the suckiest piece of suck that ever sucked, but this story leads me to suspect otherwise.

Instead of finding a band whose lead singer has died or even left the building with no intentions of returning, the big brains at CBS have created a band. It consists of…

Tommy Lee (Motley Crue) on drums.
Jason Newsted (Metallica) on bass.
Gilby Clarke (Guns ‘N’ Roses) on guitar.

I’m not saying that this trio of metal legends don’t rock hard individually. They might even rock hard individually. But this can only lead to the contestants vying to win the honor of fronting the band – called Supernova, by the way – performing really, really shitty covers of hard rock songs…and I just don’t have the stomach for that.

Unfortunately, I have this horrible feeling that middle America does…and that’s the unkindest cut of all.

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If you miss the days when Isaac Hayes was the most awesome man alive…

…and, to be fair, he’s still not far from the top of the list, even if things got tainted a bit over his departure from “South Park”…you’ll want to check out the recently-released second season of “The Rockford Files.”

Hayes appears in an episode entitled “Hammer of C Block,” playing Rockford’s former prison pal, Gandolph “Gandy” Fitch. Gandy’s just gotten out of the joint after a 20-year stint, and he’s on the lookout for the person who was really responsible for the crime that got him locked away. (Although Hayes was decidedly younger than the character he was playing at the time, his always-shaven head lent him an older look, so all they really had to do was sprinkle some grey in his beard and voila!) Was he really innocent…? Well, you’ll have to watch the episode, won’t you? And trust me, you want to. It’s a really impressive dramatic, emotional performance from Hayes, one that will remind you that, although he’s best known for his comedic appearances these days, he’s actually a pretty good actor, too.

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Almost as impressive as the return of Dr. Noah Drake

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of one of the most monumental moments in the history of soap operas – or as I like to call them, “my stories” – Genie Francis is returning to “General Hospital” to play Laura Spencer.

Actually, I’d never seen a single episode of the show until earlier this year, when my wife watched Rick Springfield make his dramatic return to the show, but even as an 11-year-old, I remember all the hoopla when Luke and Laura got married.

Francis has left the show on several occasions, most recently in 2002; at that time, her character has suffered a mental breakdown after she killed her father, and she’s been living at a psychiatric hospital in a catatonic state…as far as you know.

No word yet on what the plot will involve, but it’s fair to presume that, at the very least, Laura gets better.

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Say goodbye to Lenny Weinrib

And try to do it before you ask, “Who’s Lenny Weinrib?” It’ll mean more that way.

If you don’t know who Lenny Weinrib is, however, suffice it to say that you’d know his voice more than his face…so here are a few of the animated / costumed characters who had the good fortune to speak with Weinrib’s assistance. And we’ve saved the worst for last, so try not to hold that one against him…even though I know you will, since I kind of do, too.




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Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow…

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Kate Moss has been reinstated as spokesmodel for for conservative British fashion house Burberry following allegations of cocaine abuse.

Despite having disgraced herself and, by association, the many fashion brands in whose ads she has appeared, Supermodel Kate Moss will appear in the fall/winter campaign for Burberry.

Said a Burberry spokesman, “She seemed a natural fit for our new line of ski wear…after all, when people think of snow, they think of Kate Moss.”

And besides, a new Burberry coat costs about as much as a bag of high-quality blow…so there’s clearly some target-audience synergy going on there.

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Say it ain’t so, Chloe!

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Please, please let this be a bad dream.

Rush Limbaugh. Our beloved Chloe from ’24.’

Bad, bad dream. Scary clown. With Viagra.

If I promise never to eat pizza and Skittles right before bed ever again, will someone please make this go away?!

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Last Comic Standing: Narrowing the Field in a Hurry

Is it just me, or is “Last Comic Standing” moving so fast we can barely keep up? With two comics being eliminated each week in the current three-week span, the field will be narrowed to 6 finalists faster than Ashlee Simpson can rearrange her face and put out a new video.

Last night, the 10 remaining contestants had a Moroccan dinner, complete with belly dancers, before catching a few hours of sleep only to be woken for a bus ride at 3:30 am. The bus took them to an LA radio station where host Adam Carolla was to judge their challenge of the day. Each contestant chose a plain envelope containing a different magazine, and then were given one minute of air time to crack jokes about that magazine. The winner in Carolla’s eyes would be granted immunity, or at least one extra week on the show in which they could not be eliminated.

It came down to Bill Dwyer and Rebecca Corry, but I think Kristin Key got robbed because she was funnier than both of them. I even think Bill was funnier than Rebecca, but Carolla chose Rebecca, who kept reminding everyone else that she had immunity. Can she be any more annoying? And I’m sorry Adam Carolla, but for choosing Rebecca, you are now considered a jackass in my book and a sorry judge of talent. She is nowhere near as funny as ANYONE left in the field. And she’s lucky she was granted immunity because when real people vote on actual stand-up, she will have no chance.

Then we came to the “Boiler Room,” the portion of the show where each comic gets to say that they are funnier than someone else, to determine who will face off in a head to head in front of a studio audience. This week, it was a four way tie between Bill, Joey Gay, Chris Porter and Michelle Balan.
Really? Is anyone stupid enough to challenge Michelle again after she had 83% of the vote last week?
Apparently so.

After a mediocre showing from Joey Gay (all this dude does is shout, it’s his whole act), Chris Porter followed with an utterly hilarious performance. Look, if someone makes my stomach hurt from laughing, they deserve props and that’s what Chris did. Then Bill Dwyer was next, and he was almost as unfunny as Joey Gay. Michelle followed and was strong once again, though the audience favorite was Chris. So Joey and Bill went home and Michelle and Chris went back to the ship.

Thankfully there is a studio audience that knows more about what makes them laugh than Adam Carolla or those stupid judges they had in the preliminary rounds.

And can we say again how not funny Anthony Clark is? Jay Mohr, I know you’re alive because I heard you on Jim Rome’s radio show the other day. Please rescue this no-talent host!

That’s it, it’s time for Art Vandalay to go sell some latex. OUT.

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Wolverine spins off

It doesn’t matter if that last X-Men movie sucked. Hugh Jackman’s gonna star in a Wolverine spin-off feature. Did the studios say, “OK, we didn’t do so hot with out third X-Men, so let’s dump some more money into something that will make even less”? You gotta hand it to the industry, though. They know how to totally waste their money and fans’ time over and over again. Perhaps they should just do a straight-to-video flick, or better yet, try a TV series on FOX that can get cancelled after three weeks.

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