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49 of 49 people found the following review helpful.
It looks like any tv show purchase you would buy
By J. Mize
I've been waiting patiently for years and that day has came. I'm very thankful that Amazon has brought the second season of this amazingly humorous show to DVD.
The manufacture on demand process doesn't diminish from expected quality. It looks like any tv show purchase you would buy, case and all.(Note attached photos.) True fans of this beloved show will not be disappointed.
My only hope is that the remaining seasons will be released as well.
20 of 20 people found the following review helpful.
The Happiest Show on Earth
By Justine Olawsky
D&G was the happiest show on TV and my very favorite from the 1990's. I have had people -- friends even -- imply that I ought to consider this a 'guilty pleasure,' but I don't feel guilty about loving it at all. It is sweet and silly, and the writing is snappy and funny. I laugh out loud so often, even revisiting these old episodes. You really cannot ask for more from a weekly escape from reality.
Dharma Finkelstein and Greg Montgomery: not only the best-looking couple ever assembled in the sit-com labs, but also the most innately charming. If you have never seen the show, the premise is this: Dharma is a happy-go-lucky, new-agey chick raised by hippie parents in that part of San Francisco; Greg is a lawyer in the Justice Dept. from an old-money family in that part of San Francisco; they meet on BART and get married on that same day. Chaos and hilarity ensue. While the two sets of parents and their culture and values clashes are certainly amusing, it is the chemistry and joy that the two stars (Jenna Elfman and Thomas Gibson) bring to their characters that just made this show must-see TV for me from the get-go. Dharma was created, as was revealed in interviews on the first season's DVD set, to be the antidote for the unhappy, tightly-wound career woman of the 1990's who was miserable in her personal life. They wanted to make a character who was simply happy with who she was, absolutely in love, and able to spread delightful sunshine to everyone in her day-to-day life. I think they succeeded. And Greg was the perfect complement.
Season 2 continues the fun with many classic episodes and plenty of Jane and Pete to round out the quirky awesome.
I cannot say how grateful I am to Amazon for figuring out a way to get Season 2 on DVD out for us in the US. I hope all the other seasons follow soon.
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More Great Episodes
Ringing up a baby: Dharma brings Donna, the pregnant checkout girl from their market home one night; who then wants to give Dharma and Greg her baby.
It takes a Village: Abby and Larry assemble a village to help Dharma and Greg with the baby.
Turn Turn Turn: Donna has a change of heart and wants the baby back.
The Paper Hat Anniversary: Dharma and Greg get stuck in the mud on a drive and end up working at a diner that is closed due to a death in the owner's family.
Unarmed and Dangerous: Dharma offers to nurse Pete back to health after a car accident, and Kitty helps Abby with an environmental fundraiser. Andrew Dice Clay is the celebrity.
A Closet Full of Hell: Dharma and Greg discover a hidden closet in their wall that holds a collection of dolls.
Valet Girl: Dharma and Greg attend Kitty's housekeeper's wedding and offer to park cars as their wedding gift.
Like, Dharma's Totally Got A Date: Dharma attends a high school dance as a date for a young nerdy friend.
Brought To You in Dharmavision: Dharma has an identity crisis when she thinks she has changed and then goes on a retreat to find herself.
Yes, We Have No Bananas (or anything else for that matter): Dharma opens a store not knowing what she wants to sell and the store ends up being a barter environment.
The House that Dharma Built: A ruthless developer trys to take Larry and Abby's house. Dharma to the rescue.
Are you ready for some Football? : Dharma becomes fanatical about football.
Death and Violins: Dharma inherits a Stradivarius from Greg's grandmother and believing the instrument should be played. She try's to play Three Blind Mice.
Dharma and Greg on a Hot Tin Roof: Dharma and Greg fake southern accents while out one day and end up meeting a Southern Judge. He then turns out to be the judge on the case Greg must argue the next day.
Dharma and the Horse She Rode in On: Dharma meets a horse named Steve at the stables. Steve falls in love with Dharma and keeps showing up at her apartment.
See Dharma Run: Dharma runs for office.
Run Dharma Run: Election day approaches.
See Dharms Run Amok: Election day is here.
Everybody Must Get Stones: Dharma and Greg, Kitty and Edward, Abby and Larry, & Pete and Jane go on a couples retreat.
Dharma Drags Edward Out of Retirement: Dharma invests in a women's clothes for men company that isn't doing well and asks Edward to help her save the company.
It Never Happened One Night: Dharma presents Kitty with an award at a country club luncheon and later wrecks her car.
Bed Bath and Beyond: Larry makes a few improvements in Greg and Dharma's apartment.
A Girl Can Dream, Can't She: Dharma has a premonition that Greg should not go on a business trip.
The Dating Game: Dharma and Greg decide to go on a first date to get reacquainted, which does not go well.