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TV on DVD: Tuesday, May 18, 2010

by Zach Oat May 18, 2010 6:00 am
TV on DVD: Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Book 'em, Danno! And by "book 'em," I mean get out your checkbook, because your collection of cop TV shows on DVD is about to get a little bigger, as are your collections of puppet TV shows and incompetent superhero TV shows. Looks like you're getting some company, Heroes!

21 Jump Street: Season Two
Down on Jump Street, there's a guy named Vinnie who's been selling this DVD set for three weeks already. Apparently, it fell off a truck.

The Jeff Dunham Show
It's too bad this show didn't last long enough to have a crossover with The United States of Tara, because then Jeff and Tara could have had an alter-ego dance battle, with each of Tara's alters facing off against a different puppet. Just kidding, we don't care that it was cancelled.

Law & Order: Criminal Intent -- The Fifth Year
Of course, this was the year that Detectives Eames and Goren took their Ordinary Wizarding Levels and fought Lord Voldemort.

Hunter: Season Two
The classic Fred Dryer cop series, not the 1970s cartoon about the dog who was also a detective, although I think they had the same writers.

The Greatest American Hero: The Complete Series
Any excitement I feel over this DVD release or any pending remake has been surpassed by the recently acquired knowledge that William Katt was once in a surfing movie with Jan-Michael Vincent and Gary Busey. See? You learn something new about William Katt every day.

30 Days: Season 3
Things we'd like to see Morgan Spurlock do for 30 days: 1. Relax. 2. Eat healthy. 3. Catch up on small projects around the house. Seriously, when was the last time he mowed his lawn?

The Whitest Kids U Know: Complete Third Season
As long as society as we know it still stands, there must always exist a group of young men who perform sketch comedy about Hitler, dinosaurs and excrement, and they often must do it in drag, or on their knees pretending to be children. This... is the White Kids' Burden.

Defenders of the Earth: The Complete Series
The opening credits will tell you everything you need to know about why this cartoon is awesome.

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