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  • Actors: Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith, Harry Shearer
  • Directors: Jim Reardon, Pete Michels
  • Format: Box set, PAL, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 10 Sept. 2007
  • Run Time: 495 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000ROAPYA
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,760 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Product Description

Disc 1 – Lard of the Dance, The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace, Bart the Mother, Treehouse of Horror IX, When You Dish upon a Star, D'oh-in in the Wind.

Disc 2 - Lisa Gets an A, Homer Simpson in: Kidney Trouble, Mayored to the Mob, Viva Ned Flanders, Wild Barts Can't Be Broken, Sunday, Cruddy Sunday.

Disc 3 - Homer to the Max, I'm with Cupid, Marge Simpson in: Screaming Yellow Honkers, Make Room for Lisa, Maximum Homerdrive, Simpsons Bible Stories.

Disc 4 - Mom and Pop Art, The Old Man and the C Student, Monty Can't Buy Me Love, They Saved Lisa's Brain, Thirty Minutes over Tokyo.

Bonus features - Introduction by Matt Groening, Audio commentaries on all 23 episodes, Deleted Scenes with optional commentary, Animation Showcase for Lard Of The Dance, Animation Showcase for Homer To The Max, The Simpsons Movie - DVD Sneak Peek, Butterfinger Commercials, Intel Homer Advert, CC's Commercials, Sketch Gallery with 5 images, Crank Calls 5:40, A Bit From the Animators.

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Even as we arrive at season ten, these Simpsons DVD boxsets remain irresistible. Put together comprehensively and with real care, this latest release upholds the standard for terrific (and many) DVD extras to back up and complement the episodes themselves.

Season ten of The Simpsons features 23 episodes, spread across four discs, and there are some belters contained within. "Lard Of The Dance", for instance, finds Homer and Bart trying to steal and sell grease, against the backdrop of Lisa’s school dance. "Lisa Gets An ‘A’" meanwhile sees the Simpsons’ eldest daughter getting addicted to videogames, while "Mayored To The Mob" throws in Mark Hamill and a science fiction convention. Quite brilliant stuff.

The lazy argument though is that by season ten, The Simpsons was on the slide, but there’s plenty of compelling evidence in this boxset to counter that. Sure, not every episode’s a classic, but there are a lot of laughs and much entertainment to be gleamed here.

Furthermore, when you factor in the commentaries, deleted scenes, sketch gallery and look at the upcoming film, once again the stops have been pulled off for a distinguishable TV collection. Again, The Simpsons--in more than one sense--sets the standard that the others look up to. --Jon Foster

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Paul Tapner TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 9 Jan. 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Here in one box set are all twenty three episodes of the tenth season of the Simpsons. Spread across four dvds.

Episodes are as follows:

Lard of the Dance.
The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace.
Bart the Mother.
Treehouse of Horror IX
When you dish upon a star.
D.oh-in' in the wind.
Lisa gets an 'A'.
Homer Simpson in 'Kidney trouble.'
Mayored to the mob.
Viva Ned Flanders.
Wild Barts can't be broken.
Sunday, cruddy sunday.
Homer to the max.
I'm with cupid.
Marge Simpsons in 'screaming yellow honkers.'
Make room for Lisa.
Maximum Homerdrive.
Simpsons Bible Stories.
Mom and Pop art.
The old man and the 'C' student.
Monty can't buy me love.
They saved Lisa's brain.
Thirty minutes over Tokyo.

Anyone reading this will have their own opinions on the season. Whilst the animation has reached a great height compared to the roughness of the earlier years, the writing starts to move towards a more quick fire humour style. Several plots are Homer's latest new job. And it's the final season for Troy Mcclure, post the sad death of actor Phil Hartman.

Nevertheless, there's a lot to laugh at and no especially weak episodes. Although that is, as mentioned, a matter of opinion.

The dvd has the following language and subtitle options:

Languages: English.

Subtitles: English.

There is a commentary from cast or crew or cast and crew on every episode.

Many of them have deleted scenes, and you can choose whether or not to watch the episode with them reinstated.

It is possible to watch each episode individually or watch all the episodes on the disc in a row.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D. J. Varney on 20 Feb. 2010
Format: DVD
A lot of Simpsons fans tell people that Season 10 (1998-99, 23 episodes), was the real turning-point in the Simpsons's quality and creative decline and by what this season comes by, it is easy to see why.

By this season's standards, it was all-right enough but the episodes here just didn't come close to the quality and wit of classic gems like "Bart v Australia", "Homer the Great" and "Cape Feare". One of the problems is, like 9, the best writers has moved on and sadly, Phil Hartman, who provived the voice for Troy McClure and Lionel Hutz, was murdered (R.I.P.), which meant those great characters were removed from the series. I really think the show suffered from his loss. Comedy-wise, the seasons isn't without good episodes, with such chuckles as "Homer to the Max", "Viva Ned Flanders" and "When You Dish Upon a Star" but they are simply not classics and certainly won't hit you like the older ones. Only "Mayored by the Mob" comes close to that standard. However, once again, poor episodes has probably doubled from Season 9 ("Sunday, Cruddy Sunday", "Mom and Pop Art", "Bart the Mother", Lisa Gets an A" and "I'm with Cupid") but for probably for the first time, we are introduced to some bad episodes like "Thirty Minutes over Toyko", "The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace" and "Monty Can't Be Me Love". The straw that broke the camal's back for Homer going from an lovable ditwitted family guy to an selfish, idiotic yob was "Homer Simpsons in "Kidney Trouble".

Overall, this was an probably the first average Simpsons Season. I would still recommend this to Simpsons collectors as it would be another important part of their collection has it still has it's moments but the rot only continued from there as with Season 11, it felt like an completely different show.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Whovian422 on 3 Oct. 2013
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Many fans see season 10 of the Simpsons as the season the show "jumped the shark". I can understand that. However, to say that Simpsons episodes produced after this point were bad television just wouldn't be true. The Simpsons didn't necessarily go worse; it just changed, focussing more on the surreal than previously. The moment (for me, at least) whereby this change occurs is at the end of "Mom and Pop Art", a so-so episode in which Homer floods the town as a work of art. This is the type of occurrence which began to happen more and more regularly on The Simpsons after this point, particularly in the following two season's.
But Season 10 itself still has some classic episodes - 30 Minutes Over Tokyo in particular standing out. There is a large amount of episodes focussing on Lisa, which is a pleasant change for the series and allows the character to be fleshed out, more so than she had been before. This series also features the last appearance of Phil Hartman, whose tragic death put an end to his semi-recurring roles as Troy McClure and Lionel Hutz. With Hartman's death, the show lost something which it has never regained, and could never hope to.
The special features consist mainly of commentaries on every episode, and in some cases they are more entertaining than the episodes themselves, and definitely worth a listen.
As a whole, a good but not solid collection of episodes, and one which I would recommend for both collectors and casual fans. 8/10
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By Slurms McKenzie TOP 500 REVIEWER on 25 Feb. 2012
Format: DVD
Something went wrong after Season 8; not disastrously or earth-shatteringly so, but certainly a little askew. The early seasons stick in the mind, and bear repeated viewings...but after Season 8, episodes will make you laugh a lot at first but not so much the next time or the time after that. On the one hand, I have a lot of love for some episodes but there are just too many, sometimes more than one per disc, that I don`t feel warmly towards. Actually, it`s a frustrating season as the animation has become just about spot on (not too perfect like it is now), and the voices and characters are all established, almost every episode has some classic moments and a really good idea, but they run out of steam and end in a bit of a mess at times. There are quite a few with actual emotional depth, but some are superficial and stupid. I go through my Simpsons boxsets in rotation, but am never particularly excited when 10`s turn comes around...but it`s not all bad, as my rating of each episode suggests -

"Lard of the Dance", **** - Lisa tries to fit in with the new girl (played by Lisa Kudrow). Homer tries to achieve financial independence - with savings and wise investments? No, "of course through grease".

"The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace" ***** - Lovely episode, and Homer`s inventions are fantastic.

"Bart the Mother" ***** - Bart undertands his mother better after his experience with Bolivian tree lizards.

"Treehouse of Horror IX" ***** - Three crackerjack THoHs, Homer gets new hair, Bart and Lisa become - gasp! - animated cartoon characters, and Maggie loses her baby legs.

"When You Dish Upon a Star" *** - Meh, Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger are befriended by Homer.
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