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Reba: Season 2 [DVD] [2001] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Actors: Reba McEntire, Christopher Rich, JoAnna Garcia Swisher, Steve Howey, Scarlett Pomers
  • Directors: Amanda Bearse, Ellen Gittelsohn, Gail Mancuso, Jack Kenny, Katy Garretson
  • Format: Box set, Closed-captioned, Colour, Dolby, Dubbed, DVD-Video, Full Screen, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: 13 Dec 2005
  • Run Time: 549 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000B8384G
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 82,804 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Season two picks up pretty much where season one left off. Reba Hart (Reba Mcentire) is finding life raising her kids alone to be very hard. There's the question of whether Brock (Christopher Rich) and his new wife Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) are giving youngest son Jake (Mitch Holleman) junk food. Middle daughter Kyra (Scarletta Pomers) is entering those awkward teenage years, and becomes upset when Reba tries to date her new boyfriend's father. And new teenage parents Cheyenne and Van (Joanna Garcia and Steve Howey) are dealing with college life and a new born.

Reba finally has to face reality that she needs to get a job. She even tries working for Brock before going to work for his arch rival (across the hall). Van decides to buy Cheyenne a real ring. And he gives up football for a year. And Reba just tries to balance everyone in her life, including Barbra Jean who keeps attempting to worm her way into the new family dynamic.

I must admit, this season has two episodes back to back I really don't love. We get a little too much information on Reba's potential new love life in "Ring-a-Ding." And "Cookies for Santa" has to be the saddest Christmas episode ever.

On the other hand, it has some of the funniest moments in the series. "A Moment in Time" features a video for Cheyenne and Van's daughter that doesn't go at all like anyone expected it to. And "Seeing Red" provides wonderful laughs when Barbra Jean comes back from a makeover looking just like Reba.

This season also really allowed the characters to grow into their own. While there are plenty of laughs, the writers worked hard to flesh things out and make them into real people.

While some serious stuff comes up, this show is still very funny. You can't help but laugh as you enjoy the antics of the Hart family.
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By M. Hondtong on 16 April 2014
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I got this DVD set yesterday and i think it is wonderful. Reba is so funny and talented.
Complete series on 3 dvd's. A wonderful wonderful set
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Even if you're not a fan of Reba McEntire, the comedy on this show is top class. The casting is great with hilarious performances from Melissa Peterman and Scarlett Pomers. Well worth a watch.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful
Family dys-fun-ction. 15 Oct 2005
By E. A Solinas - Published on
Format: DVD
Reba's mad family returns in the second season of "Reba," with the overstressed redhead overcoming the crises of the first season. Think things are going to get calmer? No way. Reba McIntyre continues to be funny, wonky and extraordinarily tolerant as the family madcappery continues.

Last season ended with the birth of Reba's first grandchild. But she doesn't have time to relax, with Cheyenne and Van going off to college, only to have Van injure his knee and postpone school. So the new parents will be living with Grandma Reba awhile longer -- whether she likes it or not.

Things get even more complex when Reba finds that she must get a job, for the first time in several years -- especially when she ends up working for her ex-husband's hated rival. And her old pal Lori Ann convinces her to try "speed dating," which leads to a rather deceptive date with a nice guy. Problem is, she can't manage to say "I love you."

And those are only a few of her problems: attractions to her daughter's boyfriend's dad, lonely Christmas Eves, private videotapes, Barbara Jean's maternal yearnings, an ex-boyfriend's death, self-defense courses, jealousy over the expensive gifts Van's parents are lavishing on baby Elizabeth... and whether Kyra will leave home to live with Brock.

Perhaps no sitcom on TV embodies the fragmented extended family better than "Reba" -- ex-husband, new wife and her baby, ex-wife and her kids, ex-wife's daughter and her new husband and baby. And in the second season, "Reba" settles into a comfortable niche that builds on what we already have seen. High school is over, babies are born, couples are married. Let the chaos begin.

There are some unrealistic twists. After treating Reba and Cheyenne like dirt, the cold-hearted, hard-drinking Montgomery Sr. suddenly goes all goopy over his grandchild and turns up at Reba's house to fawn over her? Nuh-uh. And the whole subplot about Reba's boyfriend never really goes anywhere, and fortunately ends quickly.

Fortunately, most of them are all too real, such as Reba's anguish over her kids seeming to prefer Brock and Barbara Jean's more stable household. It's fun to see them all beating each other up at a self-defense course, insulting each other on a "time capsule" video, and dealing with weepy boyfriends. And the twisted family situations reach a peak with the rivalry between Brock and Barbara Jean's ex-boyfriend.

Reba McIntyre continues the "manic wise woman" role that she had in the first season, but polishes the edges this time. Melissa Peterman also gets even better, with a less pushy but still crazy Barbara Jean (who no longer talks about Jesus in every sentence). And fans of "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" will want to keep an eye out for James Avery, playing (what else?) a sarcastic judge. "Uncle Phil" is the icing on the cake for one of the season's best episodes.

Post-divorce dating, new parenthood, teen romance and workplace rivalry rule in the second season of "Reba." It's weaker than the first season in places, but still enormous fun.
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Great Show!! 28 Sep 2005
By Rebfancy - Published on
Format: DVD
This is a wonderful show. I absolutely love it and never miss an episode. It's great how they portray reality. Things like this happen in real life. It's not something that you'd watch and say, "Oh, that would never happen." It's real life with a bit of comedy mixed in. I would highly recommend this show to everyone! It's a must see!!!
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Better than the first! 26 Sep 2005
By C. McCoy - Published on
Format: DVD
I don't know how they did it, but Season 2 of Reba is even better than the original! Reba McEntire is so amazing in the title role and this year takes the helm as Executive Producer! The characters continue to develop perfectly and with the help of two news "little ones" the situational comedy is TOP NOTCH!

If you loved season 1 then you'll absolutely adore season 2! If you've never seen the show, Season 2 is a GREAT place to start!

On a side note, this show is very important in today's society. 'Reba' shows a different side of the American family. It shows the blended family and sets an example of how you can make the best of bad situations.
18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
This is the best comedy on television! 17 Sep 2005
By tci - Published on
Format: DVD
I don't know what the two reviewer's who gave the show a bad review are watching but it definitely ain't "Reba"! Reba is a hilarious family comedy. Not only is Reba McEntire a great comedic actress but the rest of the cast, particularly Mellisa Peterman as "Barbra Jean" are wonderful as well. Give "Reba" a chance and I guarantee you will not be dissapointed.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Best Show Ever!!! 27 Sep 2005
By Reba Fan - Published on
Format: DVD
This is the best show ever!! My fav, I never miss an episode.

I recomend this to everyone!!! Everyone needs to see the good in bad situations or theyd be livin in misery forever!! And this is just the show to help you dill with to raise kids and how to deal with a crazy ex-husband!!

Buy it!!!!
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