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Girlfriends: Final Season [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]


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Amazon.com: HASH(0x8d8271e0) out of 5 stars 35 reviews
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HASH(0x8d7abc9c) out of 5 stars Very SERIOUS season; no longer a sitcom! Unresesolved issues! 26 Jun. 2011
By DebraJ - Published on Amazon.com
I have watched all seasons of Girlfriends. I got addicted in the first 3 seasons and anxiously wanted to know what Toni was upto. After Jill Marie Jones left, I continued to watch the show just because I needed a rsolution for the series. The Eigth Season does NOT give you that resolution.

The Eighth Season was very serious. I was exhausted watching one heartache after another: boyfriend in the war, living in a crack house, losing a baby, etc..

With all the seriousness, I did like one episode though. William was called "aggressive" at work and no one laughs at his joke. As a black professional, I could definitely relate to that storyline. At work, all the boring stories by a certain group is funny, as soon as I say something they look at me like I am speaking a foreign languae. We definitely are treated differently in the workplace. This episode highlighted WHY Girlfriends was so gooooood in the early years. The show tackled topics and issues that really were happening to black people.

Another episode I liked, but distorted the truth was the adoption storyline. The reality is that JOAN is the one that should have adopted a child but they had Maya and Darnell doing it. They went through the county and were immediately about to be offerred a 6 month old that is healthy and the parental rights had been terminated.

Having gone "Through the county," adoption is VERY long and challenging with the ocunty. To terminate the parental rights of a child is a long drawn out process and takes years. Thus, unless the 6 month old had been abandoned, the parental rights on a healthy baby would not have been terminated that easily.

Also, the episode did show that most of the adoptive parents are white while the children are black. This is TRUE, but it is not because black people don't want ot adopt. Again, the process is very long and challenging and they do everything to discourage you: telling you how bad the children are, that they may have health issues, and so forth. The episode did show that part of the process. Many of the parents were concerned about the behavioral issues of the adoptive children.

Thus, it seems that towards the end the show was getting back on track, but they waited too late. There were at least 3 or 4 years of BAD writing before they got back to the good writing.

The reason I gave this season a 2 is this: there were many unresolved matters. The last season was too serious not to have addressed some of the pending matters early on knowing that cancellation would likely happen.

The show should have did this:

1. Either have Aaron killed in Iraq (Bagdad) or have him come home and he and Joan get married or break up.

Personally, I watched Joan over the years and she was pretending to like Aaron. Joan didn't have the "glow" with Aaron that she had with Brock or that guy that moved to NY. Thus, I think Aaron should have been killed or Joan realize that their differences were just too much for them to get married.

2. Either have Maya write another successful book or have her get a job doing something that requires writing. Having Maya write the community newsletter seemed a bit crazy.

3. Give Lynne the record deal and have either her album flop or top the charts. It is unfortunate that Lynne never had any success on the show. I also was disappointed that they had Lynne sleeping with a guy in college when she clearly had nothing in common with him.

4. What happened to the J-Spot? In the 8th season, it wasn't even shown yet Joan was acting like a bougee high spender and spending her evenings watching Knitting Shows. If neither she or William were at the J-Spot, who was running it.

5. Toni and Joan: these two were the heart of the show. This was 2007 and I find it hard to believe that Joan would not have tried to go on the internet and seen if Toni had posted photos of her and Morgan (the baby). Joan didn't even care about Morgan, which was obvious when she decided to act like the IT girl instead of helping her friend take care of her God-child. In any case, Joan and Toni should have had a ficticious conversation with a baby, if not Toni, so we could see how the baby looked and what Toni was up to. In fact, I could see Toni having her own Friends in the City show out of NY.

Anyway, I think the 7th Season should have been the last:

1. Lynne get a record deal; Joan get married or adopt; Maya gets a job working for a publisher; Darnell gets his garage; William has a baby; etc..

The writers knew this show was coming to an end and did nothing to address the issues in the EARLY part of SEASON 8 which was irresponsible.
22 of 25 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8d7446b4) out of 5 stars ripoff to a HUGE fan 22 April 2010
By T. Negri - Published on Amazon.com
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I have diligently and faithfully bought Seasons 1-7. And I advise you keep your money....Season 8 of Girlfriends is a RIPOFF!!!!!!

Thought for sure there would be at least one final episode that didn't air....well, to my disappointment there are only 2 disks and not a single additional episodes....for the same $28 as every other season. SAVE YOUR MONEY and have someone burn a copy of this mess. What an awful end to a fabulous series.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8d748714) out of 5 stars Heartbroken 25 May 2012
By B. P. Petersen - Published on Amazon.com
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For the longest I hesitated to buy the last season of this sitcom fearing I did not want to view the actual, unfinished, unexpected, and definitely sad ending of a series this unparalleled, to which friend introduced me early 2004.

Contrary to some critique, yes, the season may be shorter but not any less profound than the previous ones so it's still well worth purchasing. As the seasons progress, they become less of a happy-go-lucky mellow subject content but evolve to more in-depth, serious challenges we all may face: tolls on families due to war, employment gaps and job mobility, financial troubles, relationship disappointments, peer pressure, sexually transmitted diseases, prejudice, a terrible education system vs. the value of education, ambition and being goal-oriented, success, and fulfillment, just to name a few. The longevity of the friendships is something everyone can cherish and aim for. Feelings are authentically expressed, and the importance of a support system becomes ever-clear especially during times of turmoil. My every best to each and everyone of the actors. The series touched me deeply, and changed my life. Many thanks to Maya Brock-Akil, Golden Brooks, Tracie Ellis-Ross, Reggie Hayes, Jill Marie Jones, Persia White, Keisha Sharp, and Khalil Kain for first class performances.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8d748474) out of 5 stars Awesome show, gone too soon 22 Feb. 2010
By Rainey - Published on Amazon.com
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I totally loved this show. I now have all 7 seasons. Wish it didn't end. Didn't even give them a final send off. Not right. L.Linscott
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8d74851c) out of 5 stars GIRLFRIEND'S IS THE S**T........ 4 April 2010
By Clutch Purse Fanatic - Published on Amazon.com
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THE FINAL SEASON NO NO NO I WANT MORE. I LOVE THIS SHOW! SAD TO SAY I'M HURT THAT IT'S OVER - BUT TO KEEP IT ALL GOING I'M A FAN 4LIFE. I HAVE THE ENTIRE COLLECTION SO WHEN I'M MISSING A GOOD SHOW I'LL JUST POP IN GIRLFRIENDS TO CHEER ME UP. THANKS AGAIN AMAZON FOR SUCH AMAZING PRICES.
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