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Army Wives, Blood Ties, Dr. Horrible, Reaper, Weeds 

New DVD Releases (June 6)

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Army Wives: Season 2
Also known as the shark-vaulting sophomore season, where in the oncepromising series apparently realized it was Lifetime and cranked the bonehead melodrama to 11 in response. Sure, I still watch for Catherine Bell, but … (
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Blood Ties: Season 1
Speaking of Lifetime series, Blood Ties was a deliciously ridiculous vampire soap that preceded the just-plain ridiculous Moonlight: Hot female cop solves crime with help of a sexy male vampire. What could possibly go wrong? (
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Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog
The hysterical online musical miniseries you watched last year during the writers’ strike for free? Now you can buy it! The DVD features cast commentary (some sung) and 10 videos from fans who presumably don’t get a cut. (
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Reaper: Season 2 Fresh off being canceled by The CW, here’s the second season of Reaper—it’s a good one, as you would know if you’d actually watched it. Cheers to Ray Wise, the best Satan in the history of TV Satans— including Kate Gosselin. (
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Weeds: Season 4
The Botwins relocate the family pot business south to a Cali border town; hilarity, trafficking, intrigue and a nude scene Mary-Louise Parker is still bitching about ensue. In other words, the best Weeds season yet! Sorry, MLP. (
More New DVD Releases (June 2)
Defiance, Direct Contact, Elsewhere, He’s Just Not That Into You, The Jetsons: Season 2, Prison Break: Season 4, Quincy: Season 3, Raising the Bar: Season 1, Revolutionary Road, Silent Venom, Treasure Hunters

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