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    [An earlier version of this PT was originally posted on December 26th, 2013 on JoBlo's "DVD, Blu-Ray & Home Theater Discussion" forum.]

    Now with magik in the real world - we face the consequences in "Once Upon A Time"...



    "Once Upon A Time: The Complete Second Season" was released on home video on August 13th, 2013.

    It streeted against "Olympus Has Fallen", "The Company You Keep" and "The Big Wedding".

    This release originally came with an embossed cardboard foil slipcover - it was different from the DVD wraparound; more on it further down. There was no insert. The DVD case is transparent - underneath is the episode listing per disc and special features. Still no printed air dates. *sigh*

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    There was only one store exclusive - from Best Buy. A bonus disc (DVD). This sold for $34.99 and was also available for Blu-Ray (with slipcover) for $44.99.

    The bonus disc came under the slipcover inside a printed cardboard sleeve.

    It holds one featurette and three deleted scenes (which was cool, since it explained what happened to King George/Albert Spencer [Alan Dale]).

    The run time of 19:39 minutes.

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    Above is the DVD's wraparound cover, showcasing Killian Jones' ship, the Jolly Rodger docked at Storybrooke.

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    While not included anywhere on season two release nor exclusive, there was another Paley event for the show. It happened on March 3rd, 2013, "Once Upon A Time: Cast And Creators Live At Paleyfest 2013".

    The season two panel can be bought - an official DVD-R, sold from Amazon for $14.99, streeted on September 25th, 2013.



    This is 56 minutes long. As with season one's Paley event, this is moderated by Matt Mitovich from TVLine dot com. Guests include stars Jennifer Morrison, Ginnifer Goodwin, Lana Parrilla, Robert Carlyle, Emilie de Ravin, Colin O'Donoghue and Josh Dallas. Along with series creators, Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis.

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    Tangent.



    Actress Meghan Ory plays Ruby/Red Riding Hood. Quite the hottie. When I saw her, I was trying to figure out where I had seen the Canadian actress before, ended up going to IMDb.

    Then found it. She did a low budget (not an insult) sci-fi/horror flick, "Decoys" (2004).

    She played Alex, the gal pal and would be love interest to our main character, Luke (Corey Sevier).



    Think of this as a variant of "Species" (1995) with a nice twist ending; the aliens (occupying a college campus' popular sorority) are already here and trying to reproduce and failing - leaving behind a trail of bloody male corpses.

    It follows Luke uncovering the interstellar plot and trying to save his friend/roommate, Roger (Elias Toufexis) - he's dating one of the invaders. It's a decent flick and co-stars Nicole Eggert as Detective Amanda Watts. Man, she's real tiny, forgot about that; her "Baywatch" days.

    Also stars Kim Poirier (as Constance), I remember her best as Monica from the remake of "Dawn Of The Dead" (2004). She was Steve's... fu¢k buddy? By the way, her character wasn't named in the movie. We have "Monica" from her listing in the end credits.

    Anyhow, it spawned one direct to video sequel, "Decoys 2: Alien Seduction" (2007). The only returning cast was Sevier and Poirier. It's too bad Ory didn't return, her character's fate was left up in the air. *wink*

    Both flicks are pretty good and I would recommend, you could watch far worse. *nods*

    Point? Miss Ory is pretty.



    Researching the post, uncovered something. The U.S. release of "Decoys" was from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (September 7th, 2004), two extras; behind-the-scenes featurette and deleted scenes. I own this. But the native Canadian DVD from Lions Gate (June 7th, 2005); above right (Poirier on the cover) has more content - bloopers and the film's trailer.

    Same deal, the Canadian release for the sequel has extras, the American release is bare bones.

    I would like to see another installment, but for now, two movies is what we get.

    My first exposure to "Decoys" was from Wal-Mart, they had one of the coitus scenes playing on the multi-TVs in the electronics department. Yeah, that was a questionable decision. Got curious and ended up picking up the DVD.

    Sex sells. *nods*

    Yup this is a short entry. Come back here on April 4th, 2019 for a brand new entry! Times two. That is - in the same post.
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    A brand new entry! Havent had one since January.

    This week we get all sassy, times two with a mediator that's "Fairly Legal"....



    "Fairly Legal: Season One" was released on home video on March 13th, 2012.

    It streeted against "The Three Musketeers" (2011), "The Adventures Of Tintin", "The Killing: The Complete First Season" and "My Week With Marilyn" (previous PT; click here).

    Originally came with an non-embossed cardboard slipcase holding three discs in transparent DVD case. Wraparound is double sided; inside, the episode guide and bonuses are listed - no air dates. There were two inserts; 1) Ad for season two of FL with the same photo as the DVD cover. The other side is an ad for another USA Channel series; "In Plain Sight" their then upcoming season five. 2) A tiny ad for various titles which have UltraViolent digital streaming copies. This is odd since this show didn't come with a digital copy. The other side, an ad celebrating "100 Years Of Universal" Studios.

    Doing two exclusives this week - both for the same series which is truly Past Tense as both sets are now in general release.

    So why am I doing this write up? I'm a fan and hope that this post will give folks curiosity to seek out this show, become fans too.

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    This was a limited store exclusive from Target, sold for $25.00 on street. And was a blind buy for me, don't have cable. Bought on release date, no buyer's remorse.

    The mirrored slipcover (same pixs as wraparound) has a red sticker on it which read "Only @ Target".

    This was given a wide release on June 5th, 2012. And can be found on Amazon for less than five bucks.

    So Target had it for roughly three months as their exclusive.

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    Notes.

    Season one was ten episodes long and the DVD set has various extras.

    I'm pretty sure a lot are in the dark.



    This follows the exploits of Kate Reed (Sarah Shahi) who decided to switch profession in San Francisco. No longer wanting to work as a lawyer, too many bad clients.

    She moved back to her father's law firm, "Reed & Reed" which is focused on meditation to her delight.

    It begins with Kate's father dead. She didn't inherit the business, her stepmother Lauren (Virginia Williams) did. Giving the impression that mommy 2.0 was a gold digger.



    There is a push/pull from the city's new Assistant District Attorney, Justin Patrick (Michael Trucco) which is Kate's ex-husband.

    Rounding out the main cast is Leonardo "Leo" Prince (Baron Vaughn) who is Kate's assistant at the firm. By the way, Lauren is Kate's age.

    Anyhow Leo's main job beyond helping with various infos is keeping his boss out of trouble. She can be quite self-destructive at times which could very well be the reason why her father didn't give the firm to her.

    Shahi is so adorable and likable in the role. Funny and witty which reflects the actress' personality. She's a fun gal, you can see this in the various interviews she has given over the years. Meaning she's basically playing herself.



    Series felt like a re-imagining of "Moonlighting" (1985; ABC) - that's a great compliment; entire run is on DVD, five seasons. Yes, that's a young Bruce Willis (with hair) and co-star Cybill Shepherd.

    It straddled between comedy and drama quite well. Both shows were irreverent and at times bizarre. The main episode story/mystery takes a back seat to the characters' banter. Each week Kate and company would get a case which required her to unravel like that detective agency ("Moonlighting"). The trail goes into odd places.

    She's holding diamonds in her hands in that pix, Shepherd. And that watch in his hand.

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    "Fairly Legal: Season Two" was released on home video on April 9th, 2013.

    It streeted against "Hyde Park On Hudson", "BBC Earth: Great Barrier Reef", "Boss: Season Two" and "The Sorcerer And The White Snake".

    Same deal as season one, transparent case and slipcase; another three disc release. This time there was one tiny, single sided insert for "Necessary Roughness" their then upcoming third season on USA Channel.

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    Like the above, this was a limited Target exclusive store; sold on street for $19.99. You could save five dollars if bought on the same receipt if you took home this and "Necessary Roughness" season two DVDs. Both were Target exclusives.

    Same deal with the slipcover on two; red "Only @ Target" sticker too.

    This was given a wide release on June 11th, 2013. And can be found on Amazon for about eight bucks.

    Target had it for roughly two months as their exclusive.

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    Notes.

    Season two was thirteen episodes long and the DVD set has few extras, mostly deleted scenes.

    You know the deal now. Sway.



    Season two has a forced partner for Kate, Ben Grogan (Ryan Johnson) - done for more business and to keep Kate more in check.

    He was a former ambulance chaser, the worst kind of lawyer. Add to that, loves money and wants a much of it as possible. All the things that Kate hates. In the business for the wrong reasons.

    You get more of the same with Grogan stirring the pot. And that's it - was axed due to poor ratings which is a shame; great chemistry and off tilter stories. Should've been at least five seasons.

    There is something you need to know - opening credits has been altered for home video. The tune "The Yellow Brick Road Song" by Iyeoka Okoawo was taken off due to licensing. Universal wouldn't pay for the rights.

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    I saw Shahi in a pervious series. No, not the "The L Word" (Showtime as Carmen de la Pica Morales), though I need to check that out, all seasons on DVD. No, I'm talking about the two season NBC program "Life" (2007).



    She played Dani Reese, a recovering drug addict/alcoholic; police detective get partnered with fellow who had gone to prison and was exonerated for his crime... Charlie Crews (Damian Lewis) sued the county for the rail roading he received and won; wrongly imprisoned for twelve years. Now has money, but lots of free time. Forced his hand to be reinstated as an L.A. police detective once more.

    This was a serious show, centered on the mystery - why Crews was framed? There is a resolution in the series finale, finding the real killer. But left wiggle room for a third season which never came. Both seasons are on DVD. "Life" should've gone for a few more years.

    Seasons one is eleven, due to the then writer's strike of 2007. Season two is twenty-one episodes.

    Okay. I should - "Moonlighting"...

    Returning home from a long cruise, wealthy, former international super model, Madeline Hayes discovers her accountant embezzled millions - imminent bankruptcy. Liquid assets gone, she still owns some businesses: dog groomers, nail salon, portrait studio, bait & tackle shop, adult book store and a detective agency. Bad news since all were kept as tax write offs. Hayes goes to each, informs her employees, close shop - businesses are for sale.

    Doing the same to City Of Angels Investigations is greeted by lead investigator David Addison who tires to persuades her to keep shop. Fails. The business is the isle of lost toys; people couldn't make it anywhere else - work here.

    Making a final attempt, Addison trails Hayes on a dinner date. She is adamant; arguing with David near the restaurant's glass elevator an ill looking vagrant appears - accosts Madeline and pulls a watch from his mouth, forcibly puts it on her wrist then dies at her feet, knife in the back.

    Reluctantly Madeline is in need of David's help as bodies starts piling; the two find themselves knee deep in a mystery involving a broken watch, Nazis and four million in stolen diamonds. Solved, David announces on live TV (news covering the diamonds) that Madeline is keeping the agency - to save face, she angrily agrees... for one week. No clients, plug pulled.

    They got clients.

    Should be noted, "Moonlighting" ranks high among the list of worst series finale in television history. Yes, it is that bad. They had no idea how to end it. Seasons one and two, fried gold. Season three, good. Season four, okay. Season five... well it had some decent episodes. That's sound bad, but when it was good, it was damn good.

    "Fair Legal" was a great show, funny and entertaining. Do seek it out - can be taken home cheaply. Come back here on April 18th, 2019 for a slice of magical pie with crime solving.

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    [An earlier version of this PT was originally posted on February 28th, 2013 on JoBlo's "DVD, Blu-Ray & Home Theater Discussion" forum.]

    This week we get fingered, but it's okay - we get pie afterwards in "Pushing Daisies"...



    "Pushing Daisies: The Complete First Season" was released on home video on September 16th, 2008.

    It streeted against "The Breakfast Club: Flashback Edition", "Weird Science: Flashback Edition", "Sixteen Candles: Flashback Edition" and "I See You.com".

    Originally came with an embossed cardboard slipcover - different from the wraparound. One of the few titles in my collection which has this. The DVD's cover was unconventional. The front (reads; "The Pie Hole" with a drawn, mustached man eating a slice); rear is the menu featured from the eatery in the show. Only on the binder does it indicate what the release is. The case is transparent; inside art is a dirty, pie eaten place mat.

    Each of the three discs has a different pie image. Includes a four page folding booklet - mock diner menu; episode guide and special features listed (no air dates); inventive packaging.

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    Target had the single exclusive, ten page recipe booklet. Limited edition insert has eight recipes; peach cobbler, fresh strawberry pie, triple berry pie, three plum pie, apple cheddar cheese pie, sweet potato pie, fresh rhubarb pie and the Pie Hole's flaky pie crust (from allrecipes.com).

    Set sold for $22.99. Sorry, don't have the weekly ad.

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    Notes.

    Sucks that the (ABC) series had such a short life. Season one was nine episodes (because of the 2007 Writers Guild Of America strike). Season two (also on DVD) had thirteen. There were rumors that the cliffhanger finale would get resolved with a comic book or a movie - nether materialized. I do appreciate that a second (though abbreviated) season happened, but I wish for more adventures.

    There was some talk about having one of the characters appear on "Heroes" (NBC) which made perfect sense; both shows were written by Bryan Fuller ("Pushing Daisies" series creator). But that didn't happen either, probably due to legal reasons. Too bad, it fit.

    I should, not many saw this inventive show.



    This is about a fellow named Ned (Lee Pace) who has a special gift - bringing back the dead, but there's a catch. A single touch from him, resurrects, but a second will kill - forever, no resuscitation. Another string...

    If that person/animal isn't touched again within sixty seconds, the universe will perform a balance; someone else must die; a death for a life. Ned discovered his unique talent when his dog, Digby dies after being hit by a truck. His beloved pet returns, but now must NEVER touch it again, making that canine an immortal.

    Things get complicated when his mother dies from an aneurysm, Ned brings her back, but sixty seconds later, the neighbor died, the father of his best friend/childhood sweetheart - the girl he would've married. A loss for all since his mom kissed him goodnight that evening and died once more, forever.

    Ned grew into a shy man, a baker. But his pastry diner, "The Pie Hole" is having a hard time keeping its door open. It's a niché restaurant. His salvation comes from a cop, Emerson Cod (Chi McBride) who accidentally witness his resurrection ability and offers a proposal, an equal split; go into the detective business.

    Bring back the dead, ask them how they died - who killed them, touch them again and get the reward. Pretty simple and for a time an easy venture. That is until Ned saw her...



    In the funeral parlor he sees his one true love, Charlotte "Chuck" Charles (Anna Friel) dead. She drowned on a cruise. To have once again, even at that price?

    Ned touches her - just once... some else dies.

    The series follows this trio as they continue the business, restaurant and private investigation, helping people get closure. And the bizarre lives our heroes lead (lovers who's desires must remain unrequited). The show breaks into three different story lines each week that converge at the end, complicated storytelling.

    The other thing that set this apart is the look, art direction. Think of it as a mish-mash of Dr. Seuss and something that would've come from Tim Burton. It's a distinctive look as you can see from the pixs.

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    Void.

    Another short listing - only had so much. *nods* Filler time!

    Left hanging in 2017 when I said had two comic books which would make great TV series adaptations. The last was "Blood Reign" in the "Stage Fright" PT entry (Part II). Granted that was a Tangent, not a Void.

    Second?



    Chassis was from Image Comics then later Hurricane Comics from 1996 - 1999. Cover above from the second series (1998); art by Adam Hughes.

    There were three, mini-series comics. It follows an internationally renowned racer, Chassis McBain; driver of the Skyliner 54. How many issues? Good question, can't find the answer.

    The year is 1947... alternate universe.

    There was a massive technological leap from a recovered/crashed UFO (Roswell type event) in the 1930s. We have flying cars, A.I. robots and the like. The President is Eleanor Roosevelt.

    No television - radio is still king. Movies are still in black and white. Zoot Suiters still walk the streets. Prop airplanes are still in use. The anti-gravity drives do not work over water and not well with each other. If a gravity generator is above or underneath another, they cancel out, tumble to earth. So, no flying cars in the city - wheel based vehicles.

    We follow Aero-Run racer Chassis, her friends and foes as they compete and encounter mysteries. The comic mini-series (above) involve a series of suspicious malfunctions - someone trying to rig the races?

    Main characters are Chassis; Matt Geer, fellow racer and would-be boyfriend; Slick, Chassis somewhat aging robot mechanic; Mr. Tassel, Chassis’ bodyguard and mentor and...

    Covergirl.

    Once the brightest star in the Aero-Run circuit. As the namesake indicates - damn gorgeous, full of life. But a racing accident scarred half of her face, the blaze and charred her lungs; unable to breath on their own, she wears a portable respirator (like a purse) complete with moving bellows attached to her trache collar.

    A bitter woman, angered and jealous over Chassis’ rising fame. And the fact that Matt is now courting McBain - her former boyfriend.

    Would make a sway limited run series. Not for network, there should be nudity and gore (races), so a cable program. Got it all; an over arching mystery, hot girls in skin tight outfits (plus 1940s glamour), action and adventure, a sexy lead, likable characters - wrapped in science fiction.

    Chassis isn't a Mary Sue, she gets into trouble and has to solve her way out. And at times needs to be rescued when things get way out of hand. Think of her like Ellen Ripley from the "Alien" film franchise; female, but not a victim. She earns her victories.



    Above left - cover from issue one of third mini-series; art by Mike Wieringo. She looks like a young Christina Hendricks. Next to that is an alternate issue one (third), cover by William O'Neill. You can see the full racing outfit, quite form fitting. And details on her racer.

    By the way, I like the yellow collar - that top comic is all the same hue. Kinda feels lazy. And it's missing those buttoned straps which makes sense.

    Dominated by music from the 1980 band, the Buggles. Such as "I Love You (Miss Robot)" when Chassis is heading into the island resort for a race. "Clean Clean" and "Kid Dynamo" for races; camera cuts/gear shifts to the beats (unfamiliar - YouTube them, tell me that won't rock). And yes there will be jiggles with the car motions - it's a guy thing. And orchestra music based on songs from their album "The Age Of Plastic" (Buggles).

    Other songs "Flame (feat. Dana Jean Phoenix)" by Powernerd for another race (frack yeah!). "Don't Watch Me Bleed" by 'Till Tuesday for an intimate moment between Chassis and Matt gone wrong. *wink* So New Wave songs.

    Yes, I've spend a lot of time thinking on this, years actually. Dead serious.

    That Adam Hughes image of Chassis McBain would make an excellent statue/bust, keep that giant gear as the base.

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    Friel as Chuck (above left) and Kristen Chenoweth as Olive Snook. She's an older woman, but you can still see that when she was young, she was a hottie.

    Come back here on May 9th, 2019 for animated series based on a sci-fi blockbuster.

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