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Desperate Housewives - Season 3 [DVD]

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  • Actors: Teri Hatcher, Marcia Cross, Felicity Huffman
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English, Spanish, Italian
  • Subtitles: English, Italian, Spanish, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, Icelandic, Dutch
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Buena Vista Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 5 Nov. 2007
  • Run Time: 1440 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000RG1AME
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,348 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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The women of Wisteria Lane are back, and it’s time to air some dirty laundry. In the Emmy Award®-winning show’s sensational third season, the gossip is juicier, the secrets are more scandalous and the revenge is even sweeter. Experience all 23 tantalizing episodes of Season Three, and get the dish on Susan’s new love, Bree’s unsettling marriage to Orson (Kyle MacLachlan) and a dangerous new presence living down the lane. Everything will come out in the wash in this spectacular six-disc set. Bubbling over with exclusive bonus features, including a behind-the-scenes look at the season finale and even more secrets straight from the show, this is the sudsiest season yet.

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By Amazon Customer TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 20 Sept. 2007
Format: DVD
For the vast majority of TV series there is an unavoidable law of diminishing returns so that by the 3rd series the interest is often lost. Only the savvy few adapt enough & have good enough scriptwriters to last the course.
The first 2 seasons of DH were fun & interesting enough to keep you watching. Season 3 was always going to have to up the ante if audience interest was to be maintained. So it is we are presented with far tougher story lines than seen in either of the previous 2 seasons. Toms daughter & her mother become a real problem as he & Lynette open a pizza restaurant, Carlos & Gabrielle's marriage ends, Bree finds herself imbroiled in all sorts of gran guignol style scenarios thanks to the new man in her life,(a brilliant turn from Kyle Mclaughlan as the spineless yet creepy mothers boy Orson),. New characters crop up, (Dougray Scott the only irritating performance as the wooden new man in Susans life Ian),.
As ever with DH the writers are not afraid to shake things up and so several characters meet with swift & unexpected ends. The standout episode is 'Bang' where a deranged jilted wife takes hostages in the local supermarket. This episode really illustrates how things have been 'moved up a gear', it's funny yet still shocks. This series is far more gruesome than those before yet is still very funny and above all the five main ladies continue to dominate.
The main themes of love, hate & the consequences of deception remain the central thread running through Desperate housewives. The pace my have changed but this remains a very likable programme that has still not outstayed it's welcome.
The sound is fine and the picture is excellent even if the colours are somewhat oversaturated,(giving Wisteria lane a kind of 'land of Oz' type feel),.
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season 1=good 1st year for the housewives 3.5/5
season 2=excellent second year 4/5
season 3= the BEST season so far 5/5

season 3 had more drama, more twists, more snappy dialogue, character development, and the best episode of the show to date and one of the greatest things to happen on TV...yes of course im on about the episode BANG it was sheer brilliance and haven't seen anything quite like it before...felicity Huffman was brilliant in the episode,as are the rest of the cast a classic.
but the season as a whole became a classic and earnt the show more golden globes and awards and contains some really brilliant episodes, the best so far(and probably will always be the best season).
although marcia cross(bree)is absent from 6 episodes(due to real life pregnancy)the episodes seem to run smoothly enough and we get to understand the character Edie more and her development of a relationship with carlos.
the season starts with a wedding and it ends with a wedding(quite poetic)and the finale leaves so many questions open for season 4(starts on tv soon :):):):)!!)to answer.
all i hope is that this show will not deteriorate after this remarkable season and carries on the trend as shown...season 4 looks set to be very good,and i look forward to be reviewing it in the future :):).
season three is absolutely classic.
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By D Jones on 5 Jun. 2007
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Well, we all thought it had declined in quality during Season 2 but with Season 3, Desperate Housewives is back to its old self and perhaps, is better than ever before. Witty, silly, dramatic, mysterious, complex, dark and shocking - this show has it all. It sort of went a bit lame during the second half but the ending of the season makes up for all that - it is simply the most shocking final scene ever and leaves you wanting more guaranteeing you'll be back for Season 4. If you haven't seen it yet, or simply want to relive it all again, then pre-order this box-set. You won't be disappointed.
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Two years after its pilot, Desperate Housewives started its third season. And what a great set of ideas Marc Cherry got in it. First of all, he brought in it a very good mystery, which involved not only one of my favorite characters, Orson Hodge, but the other Housewives, most of all Bree and Susan Mayer, now in a new romance with a British businessman called Ian. Which was great because although the second season's mystery was great, I felt it could have been perfect had the Housewives been more involved in its story, and not just Bree. But for This season, this mystery was well-paced, exciting, and set at a better rhythm than the other seasons. For the writers got the brilliant idea of ending their mystery at the fifteenth episode and not at the end of the finale. That way, Orson Hodge's mystery didn't drag on and on like in the fifth and sixth seasons. And the writers got to use the other episodes to prepare us for the fourth season, gave more space to Edie's storylines and even include a mystery with Karen Macklusky, which I really liked.

Now for the episode Bang, I felt that this definitely was the best episode for it had lots of suspense and tension, but it also involved Lynette Scavo in one of her best scenes against Katherine Bigsby. This episode was such a success that Marc Cherry reused the concept of an accident in each season. Though I still think that only the tornado was up to par with the quality of the episode Bang. As for the fire and the plane crash, we'll talk about it in the next reviews.

Finally, it was a great season because the Housewives interacted more between with each other, but of course in which we got to have other interesting guest characters, such Dixie Carter, who was perfect as Orson's mother, Lynn Redgrave, Laurie Metcalf, Matt Roth, Gwendoline Yeo, Jason Gedrick, and Rachel Fox. All excellent actors who brought lots of energy to the show and to their characters.
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