Just Shoot Me! the Complete series 19DVD
1.) Description (Editorial Review)
Laughter is always in vogue!
Laura San Giacomo (sex, lies, & videotape), David Spade
(Saturday Night Live), Wendie Malick (Hot In Cleveland), Enrico
Colantoni (Veronica Mars), and Academy Award nominee George Segal
(The Goldbergs) star in Just Shoot Me!, the endlessly funny hit
from the co-creator of Modern Family, Steven Levitan.
A witty workplace comedy set in the offices of a high-fashion
magazine, Just Shoot Me! chronicles the daily grind and hilarious
misadventures of the mag's quirky staff. This complete series
collection features all 148 episodes from the series’ seven
seasons, which were truly the very model of sitcom style.
- FOUR EPISODE COMMENTARIES:
Back Issues – Commentary with Creator and Writing Producers
Lemon Wacky Hello - Commentary with Creator and Writing Producers
King Lear Jet- Commentary with Creator and Writing Producers
My Dinner With Woody- Commentary with Creator and Writing Producers
Always In Fashion: A Conversation with Steven Levitan and the Cast
of Just Shoot Me!
The Blush Covers Gallery
- Actors: Laura San Giacomo, George Segal, Wendie Malick, Enrico Colantoni,
- Directors: Various
- Format: Box set, Color, NTSC, Full Screen
- Language: English
- Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
- Number of discs: 19
- Rated:Not Rated
- Studio: Shout! Factory
- DVD Release Date: September 5, 2017
- Run Time: 3270 minutes
:Top Customer Review :
1.)Steven Levitan is a genius. I first became awarre of his writing
and producing on "Frasier", particularly season two's Breaking The
Ice. He created "Just Shoot Me" and it was magic. The ensemble
acting is second to none, the writing is fantastic, and (perhaps
inspired by "Frasier" and its black cards) the cover of the current
issue of BLUSH magazine inserted between scenes with the camera
focused on an article that's a pun or bit of irony for the scene
ahead. The episodes are fresh, including one in season two that
parallels "King Lear", another that is designed in the style of
Annie Hall called "My Dinner With Woody", and countless legendary
guests. The titles are wonderfully short and the only actor not
classically trained is David Spade, who is so comfortable on camera
that he keeps pace with everyone.
Shout Factory is a gift to the preservation of TV, bring this as
well as countless other hard to negotiate series. ("Newhart" took
ten years to produce a second season; it was SHOUT who negotiated
the rights). I own many many from the SHOUT collection. I give this
four stars not because of the quality of the episodes but because
of the quality of disc manufacturing. For example, the last four
episodes on disctwo of season 5 will not play. Neither under "play
all" or from the episodes menu. Not after lens cleaning, disc
cleaning (first view) not after strong cursing, which usually
works. It happend again in Season six in the middle of an episode
guesting Dave Foley as a blind man. I have to wonder if this set
was perhaps returned defective, "repaired" then re-sold. Still,
most of the episodes work fine.
2.)As always Shout Factory comes though with a great set. All 7
seasons are here on 19 discs. The set also has audio commentary on
a few episodes, a feature interview and a magazine cover gallery.
The same that seem to be on the older Sony releases. The discs are
split into four clear cases with episode information on the reverse
side. Package artwork is nice and colorful, The discs are colorful
too, but plain in design with just the logo and disc number. Discs
are split up as Seasons 1 and 2 Seasons 3 and 4 Seasons 5 and 6
Season 7. Menus are play all or select an episode. The set features
English Closed Captions. When trying to get to them I had select an
episode and then go in and pick the captions after the episode.
Overall as usual a nice release from Shout Factory.