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Private Practice - Season 6 [DVD]
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The sixth and final series of the comedy drama set in and around the Oceanside Wellness Group medical practice in Los Angeles. In this series, Violet (Amy Brenneman) has to adapt to a new way of life, Sheldon (Brian Benben) tries to deal with his illness and Charlotte (KaDee Strickland) is given some unwelcome news. The episodes comprise: 'Aftershock', 'Mourning Sickness', 'Good Grief', 'You Don't Know What You've Got Till It's Gone', 'The Next Episode', 'Aprons Strings', 'The World According to Jake', 'Life Support', 'I'm Fine', 'Georgia On My Mind', 'Good Fries Are Hard to Come By', 'Full Release' and 'In Which We Say Goodbye'.
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The patients and their ailments seem to be background dressing to the ever so important (I don't think) storyline of doctor and nurse relationships with all its gut-wrenching angst. If I was a patient in one of these episodes, I'd go off-script and go ad-lib haywire saying, 'hey, remember me, the patient with his/her leg hanging off - can you lot stop waffling on about who did or didn't screw whom and fix my bloody leg.'
I hate it when they carry on about their self-absorbed private lives right in front of their patients like there not there. Surely that's rude isn't it - like being in a group of three people, where two keep talking in a foreign language that the third doesn't understand!
My wife will buy it season by season and watch it episode end-to-end, but I can't be in the same room when its on. I wouldn't mind if the episodes had stories, but it's just empathy, crying, bitching and people one-upmanship rubbish!
Now, take the Good Wife, that's brilliant - we watch that together all the time. That's a show that actually has stories as opposed to hand-wringing!
On the other hand it makes me sad because this is the very last season of Private practice. I loved every season and I'm sad it's over. This final season has only 13 episode but they are all worth it.
Over all, great product.
From Episode 1 all are under pressure, following the sudden death of an esteemed colleague. For one in particular the loss is too much to bear. Several are destined for further major challenges. Will Addison be able to adopt? What is psychiatrist Sheldon to do if he suspects, without proof, a patient may have abducted a child? How will Charlotte (my favourite character) cope on receiving truly awesome news? What now for Sam on learning the truth about his parentage? These are but a few of problems faced.
Amongst moments that jab? "Can I get you anything?" "A cure for cancer would be nice."
Admittedly there are disappointments (some may feel Episode 11 especially weak) and there are absurdities (Violet seeming to write her second book in the twinkling of an eye), but strengths abound. Tissues are needed for Episode 6 with its three particularly powerful storylines.
Then there are the incidental pleasures, like young adopted Lucas, a perky scene-stealer if ever there was. A touch of the surreal? How about Cooper and Charlotte's dance routines! These come out of the blue and are hilarious.
13 episodes. The box set is mean on bonuses - just deleted scenes and a few bloopers. The cast looking back and selecting favourite moments would have been appreciated.
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My husband is constantly confused as to why I even bother watching Private Practice as it dwells on the shallow lives of a group of busy bodies. I have always been amazed at how everyone sleeps with everyone and how they meddle in each others' affairs and then are completely indignant when someone else interferes in theirs.
I am also amazed at how righteous they are when they feel that their decision is right whilst it is clearly wrong (sounds a bit like human nature but everything is so exaggerated on PP)
and Finally, like Grey's Anatomy, how many more bad things can happen to one small group of people?
Anyways, I've decided to watch Season 6 as after all, I have watched the other 5 Seasons.
I've always used PP it as background noise whilst I am working around the house.
However, much to my surprised, after the first few episodes of Season 6, I realised the storyline was quite good and SAT DOWN to watch it!
I love the way the Writers created closure for each character.
It was also interesting the way the episodes were filmed.
Unlike a lot of TV series where there is no End to the Final Season, PP has a CLEAR, definite, Happy End.
I had a nice warm feeling at the end of it and for once, wished there was another season to come!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had to buy this as Sky stopped showing the series. Hooked on this, more so than Grays Anatomy I think. Just love it.Published 14 days ago by Yvonnef
Good purchase from Amazon. Would recommend for people who liked the series.Published 10 months ago by John Mcintosh