Roswell - Season 2 [DVD]
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Box set containing all 21 episodes from the second season of the popular teen fantasy series. In 'Skin and Bones', Michael (Brendan Fehr) is arrested for murder, while Liz (Shiri Appleby) takes a job that is not quite what it seems. In 'Ask Not', Brody Davis (Desmond Askew), the new curator at the UFO museum, is acting suspiciously. 'Surprise' sees Isabel (Katherine Heigl) thanking Max (Jason Behr) for throwing her a surprise party, but she is unable to get a sequence of disturbing visions out of her mind. In 'Summer of '47', Michael interviews a World War 2 survivor and delves into the history of the 1947 crash. 'The End of the World' sees Liz trying to make Max fall out of love with her to change the future, which, he has discovered, places the entire planet in peril. In 'Harvest', Max and the gang are in Arizona investigating the death of a congresswoman, Vanessa Crawford Whitaker (Gretchen Egolf). 'Wipeout!' sees Roswell becoming a ghost town after the Skins cause all the humans to disappear. In 'Meet the Dupes', duplicate versions of Michael, Isabel and Tess come to Roswell to urge Max to go to New York. In 'Max in the City', Max and Tess follow the 'dupes' to New York, not realising that they have a sinister secret agenda... 'A Roswell Christmas Carol' sees Max witnessing a tragedy and being haunted by the ghost of a man he might have saved, and the guilt of his own inaction. In 'To Serve and Protect', Isabel develops a telepathic connection with a girl who has been buried alive. But can she reach her in time to save her life? 'We Are Family' sees Sheriff Valenti (William Sadler) suspended from the force after refusing to answer the FBI's questions about Max and Isabel. In 'Disturbing Behavior', Max finds out that a deadly parasite was released into the Earth's atmosphere when their ship crashed 50 years earlier. In 'How the Other Half Lives', Alex and Kyle are under threat of being buried alive in a cave filled with phosphorescent blue crystals. 'Viva Las Vegas' sees the gang on an action-packed trip to Las Vegas, on which they take on the false names of various cocktails (Harvey Wallbanger, Tom Collins and so on). 'Heart of Mine' sees Liz asking Max to be her prom date, while Michael disappoints Maria by telling her that he won't be taking her to the prom. In 'Cry Your Name', Sheriff Valenti breaks the sad news that Alex has been killed in a suspicious car accident. Did he deliberately drive his car into an oncoming truck in a suicide attempt - or is it murder? In 'It's Too Late and It's Too Bad', Liz enlists the help of Sean (Devon Gummersall) in her quest to find out the truth about what happened to Alex. 'Baby, It's You' sees Liz, Maria and Michael working together to unravel the mysterious double life of the late Alex. Meanwhile, Tess has some earth-shattering news for Max. In 'Off the Menu', Brody Davis holds several members of the gang hostage. Can Max use his healing powers to fix Brody's mind and set them free? Finally, 'The Departure' sees Max, Isabel, Michael and Tess saying their sad goodbyes before leaving Earth for their home planet.
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If you like to watch something which makes you laugh (this certianly does...Kyle's character is explored much more widely, to provide us with some excellent one-liners) and cry, and just want to watch over and over - then you should buy this series. It truely hasn't gained the recognition it deserves.
Season 2 starts off with all of them under stress. By contacting their planet in the last season, they have alerted their enemies to their location, meaning aliens in human guise could attack them at any moment.
There are three major plotlines. The first one is dealing with the repercussions of the end of season one, and Liz's attempts to leave Max to his destiny with the fourth alien, his wife Tess. The second one is a v silly storyline involving alien parasites. The final plotline focuses on Max and Tess, and on Liz investigating the death of a major character. Her investigations break the group apart, and we see some great tension between all the characters.
The final episode does rely on a rather weak plot device to help them solve the final mystery and the ending is dramatic but a bit rushed. But the twists and turns in Max and Liz's storyline is great. An improvement on a good first season, with only the second major storyline letting down a near perfect season.
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