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All 22 episodes from the third season of the US comedy series charting comedian Chris Rock's teenage years growing up in a tough area of New York. The eldest son of hard working parents Julius and Rochelle (Terry Crews and Tichina Arnold), Chris (Tyler James Williams) has to look after his younger brother and sister while dealing with life at a new, middle-class school, where he must rely on his quick wits and charm to survive. Episodes are: 'Everybody Hates the Guidance Counselor', 'Everybody Hates Caruso', 'Everybody Hates Driving', 'Everybody Hates Blackie', 'Everybody Hates the Bachelor Pad', 'Everybody Hates Bed-Stuy', 'Everybody Hates Houseguests', 'Everybody Hates Minimum Wage', 'Everybody Hates the New Kid', 'Everybody Hates Kwanza', 'Everybody Hates the Port Authority', 'Everybody Hates Bad Boys', 'Everybody Hates the First Kiss', 'Everybody Hates Easter', 'Everybody Hates Gretzky', 'Everybody Hates the BFD', 'Everybody Hates Ex-Cons', 'Everybody Hates Earth Day', 'Everybody Hates Being Cool', 'Everybody Hates the Ninth-Grade Dance', 'Everybody Hates Mother's Day' and 'Everybody Hates Graduation'.
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Again, this is a good series from Chris Rock, who's now a successful stand up comedian - as he tells sometimes rather exaggerated tales of his childhood - which usually involve him losing out or being hated. Some of the best episodes here include Everybody Hates The Port Authority where Chris gets hustled by some street punk; the one where they stay off school to see Wayne Gretsky and the one where Chris finally thinks he's going to make a new friend at his school Corlione. As usual, Miss Morello is still very racist and rather rude to Chris, and our resident bully Joey Coruso is still annoying Chris.
The DVDs are not bad either, nice moving menus which are easy to use. Each episode has a webisode where one of the cast, or crew presents the episode of that week. There are some commentaries from Ali and Chris which makes this interesting. Shame there were not more. The extras are plentiful too: and include a Chris Rock unplugged session, more Miss Morello-isms, a music video from Slaver Slav and cast interviews. CBS have done a nice job of this DVD.
The quality of the picture and sound are excellent too, better than the usual CBS fare. Sadly this is only in English, but there are subtitles in all the Scandinavian languages. Sadly, the rest of Europe is not covered by this region 2 release, which seems bizarre.
All in all, this is a great way to spend many a happy hour watching this, Chris is very funny and Tyler is still very good.
Worth a look, though I'd probably not buy it as there is no sign of season 4 being released, and it's been a long time coming too.
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The series itself was very funny & def worth watching! My problem was with the quality of the actual products... Read morePublished on 11 Feb. 2013 by Lor