This week has morbid curiosities for everyone, from graven images to modern-day freaks and even social class relations.
South Park: The Complete Fourteenth Season
What might have been just another season of South Park, full of all-too-timely jokes and references, Season 14 was mostly redeemed by the series' 200th and 201st episodes which take a decidely meta approach to everyone the series has mocked for the last 14 years. Of course, "201" also took on a good deal of controversy and has only aired once after being highly edited. Hopefully, the DVD will contain the unedited version, but at least they can't take "Insheeption" away from us.
Bringing back a TV show after over 30 years was a bold move by the BBC, but class divides make for timeless storytelling.
Stan Lee's Superhumans
It may be just a TV freak show, but the show does make the effort to treat its subjects like X-Men.
The Universe: Complete Megaset
Just another in a series of documentaries aimed at people who want people to think they watch more than CSI reruns on their 100" HDTVs.
Testees: The Complete Series
Borderline gross-out humor of any quality is hard to make, and this show very nearly did. Nearly.
Also out this week: Human Planet, Growing Pains: Complete Second Season, The Lucy Show: Official Fourth Season, Doc Martin Collection: Series 1-4, and Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman: Season 4, Season 5, & Season 6.
For today's movie releases on DVD, check out I Want My DVD.
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