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Roswell 3 Seasons 2001

Alien teenagers try to keep their true identity a secret, as well as deal with everyday high school issues, in Roswell, New Mexico.

Starring:
Shiri Appleby, Jason Behr

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1. Skin And Bones

The aliens try to clean up the loose ends created when Michael was forced to kill Agent Pierce.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 1 January 2000
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2. Ask Not

Max has to assert his leadership after the enemy aliens kill Nasedo.

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3. Surprise

Isabel's surprise birthday party is interrupted when she must rescue Tess, who has been captured by one of the skins.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: 1 January 2000
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4. Summer Of '47

Michael meets an old man who tells him about the government's cover-up of the alien landing in 1947.

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5. The End Of The World

A Max Evans from the future returns to the present and helps Liz break up the couple so that the world can be saved.

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6. Harvest

Congresswoman Whitaker's death leads the teenage aliens to a gathering of the skins where they plan to take on new bodies.

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7. Wipeout!

The skins come to Roswell and cause all the humans to disappear so that they can hunt down the royal aliens.

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8. Meet The Dupes

The four aliens from the second group of pods come to Roswell to meet their counterparts and enlist Max to help them in a meeting with the leaders of the planets in their home star system.

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9. Max In The City

Max and Tess travel to New York City in order to attend a meeting of the leaders from their home star system.

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10. To Serve And Protect

Isabel receives flashes from an unknown girl who has been buried alive somewhere near Roswell.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: 22 January 2001
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11. A Roswell Christmas Carol

When Max fails to use his powers to save the life of a man who died while rescuing his daughter, Max is haunted by the man and must find a way to make amends.

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12. We Are Family

Sheriff Valenti loses his job when he helps the kids search for Laurie Dupree.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 29 January 2001
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13. Disturbing Behavior

After Laurie Dupree escapes from two medical attendants, she grudgingly joins with Michael and Maria to search for clues to her past.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 5 February 2001
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14. How The Other Half Lives

Laurie finds her family, but her kidnapper finds her and Michael must defeat the alien crystals in order to save her.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 19 February 2001
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15. Viva Las Vegas

Feeling sullied by the fifty thousands dollars given him by the Duprees, Michael gathers the gang and heads to Las Vegas to blow it all.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: 26 February 2001
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16. Heart Of Mine

With the prom approaching, the hearts of Roswell High's students lead them in unexpected directions.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 16 April 2001
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17. Cry Your Name

When Alex is killed in a car crash, the gang tries to come to grips with how and why he died.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 23 April 2001
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18. It's Too Late, And It's Too Bad

Liz investigates Alex's death, with alien foul play her leading theory.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 30 April 2001
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19. Baby, It's You

Max learns that Tess is pregnant, while Liz, Maria and Michael learn what Alex did while he was supposedly in Sweden.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 7 May 2001
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20. Off The Menu

After an accident causes Larek's memories to intrude upon Brody's mind, he goes crazy and takes several people hostage in the UFO center.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 14 May 2001
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21. The Departure

The aliens learn that Tess is the real killer of Alex, but Max allows her to return to their home planet so that his unborn son might live.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 21 May 2001
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Product Details

Genres Drama, Science Fiction, Romance, Teen & Young Adult
Director James A. Contner
Starring Shiri Appleby, Jason Behr
Supporting actors Katherine Heigl, Brendan Fehr, Emilie De Ravin, Majandra Delfino, Nick Wechsler, Colin Hanks, Adam Rodriguez, William Sadler
Season year 2001
Network Twentieth Century Fox
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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This second series of Roswell is the best by far. The characters are more familiar, and the storyline (though at times seeming a little far fetched) develops nicely, tugging at the heartstrings on many occassions. Some of the episodes have evoked tears - I think the high point of the series was when my brother made me rewind the tape in "The End Of The World" just so he could watch one particular scene over and over again. There seems to be more of a general storyline in this series, though there are still many smaller subliners. The end episode ("Departure") is one of my favourites - along with "The End Of The World" and "Cry Your Name", and I think that all three deserve praise for their sensitivity towards the storylines and just for the great standard of acting not seen so much in the previous series.
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.
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By A Customer on 7 Nov. 2005
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Great character development here. You can see the strain of the alien message on Max and it gives you exactly what was missing in the first series - answers to questions! Although, on occasion some huge gaps are left unanswered and certainly aren’t followed in series 3. However, this season concentrates heavily on the mythology of the aliens and why they were put on earth in the first place.
Tess gets more annoying than ever in her quest for Max - give it up girl.
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I really enjoyed this series, I saw a couple of episodes on the TV when i was younger and thoroughly enjoyed watching it start to finish. Quite cheesy, but a good amount of action. Max seems to have no emotional range but this is a much racier and more exciting than the first season. Anyone who likes buffy will like this.
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....season 2 is different than the other two. I think the real essence of the show is the relationship between Liz and Max - and when Tess arrived it took away some of the things I loved the most about the show...I think some of the episodes are a little "too much Science fiction", but there are also some really fun episodes here that are great entertainment. Especially the character development of Michael and Maria... So all in all you might cry some and you'll definitely laugh a lot!!
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By A Customer on 3 Aug. 2004
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The second series of Roswell is just as good as the first. We still have the same characters who undergo some character development and there are some superb standalone episodes such as the episode when future Max visits present Liz, and the 'Alex episodes' - I won't give too much away on that. The characters develop and the 'doomed' romance between Liz and Max continues. We also see a change in Michael & Maria's relationship as things intensify and get to see more of the softer side of Michael. I am a huge Buffy fan also and see some simularities between the two series, so I recommend this series to Buffy & Angel fans also. The acting is superb and the season climax deserves praise.
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I wont go into the details of the story or characters of Roswell, because if you are reading this, chances are that you know something about the series (why else would you be reading a review of series 2 after all...?).
What I want to comment on is the DVD package as a whole. With series 1, 20th Century Fox gave us a deleted scene, different commentaries by cast and production team 3 featurettes and a music video.. With the series 2 DVD we get........... a couple of lame commentaries until the final disk of the set when the extras kick in. It's not a huge problem, because fams of the series are generally happy with the transfer to DVD, which by the way is excellent. However, the DVD format has been kicking around for a while now and there can be few production companies that would release something on disk which has an established worldwide fanbase withouth including a heap of bonus material. 20th C Fox have missed a good opportunity to scoop up all of the fan-generated material and liberally sprinkle it throughout the DVDs
As it is, the releases feel a little hurried, as if the studio wanted to get the episodes out as quickly as possible and tag as little extra material on as possible. Even the commentaries are dull - by far the most iinteresting and entertaining ones coming from the cast members in series 1. Series 2 had none of these.
Let's hope series 3 which is due out on Oct 11 has as much bonus material as they can physically fit on the disks.
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By A Customer on 30 April 2005
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Roswell season 2 is definatly the best, with the twists and turns between all the characters and their eventual decisions of who and what is most important to them. the final twist at the end is totally unexpected however was great. the only bad thing i have to say is bout the computer graphics in the final scene, they look a little ridiculous but the amazing characters and plotlines make up for this. I was utterly disapointed that series 3 was not shown on bbc, what a waste...
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At the end of season one, we found out that there were in fact 4 aliens, not 3, along with their protector Nasedo, and we found out why they were here. Not wanting to interfere with Max's destiny, Liz chooses to walk away from the love of her life.

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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