Monday, June 23, 2014

Regular Show: The Complete Third Season DVD Review

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Cartoon Network’s Emmy® Award-winning animated comedy series Regular Show has returned to DVD with the release of Regular Show: The Complete Third Season.  

Building on the success of the previous Season One and Two home entertainment releases, the three-disc DVD set will include all 40 season three episodes starring Mordecai, Rigby and their collection of pals, along with a bodacious assortment of special features, which add up to more than SEVEN HOURS of content! 

Bonus features include “Characters Come to Life: Live Episode Read”, “Four Things You Didn’t Know about JG” and “JG Answers Why” featurettes, as well as 10 episode commentaries by series creator JG Quintel, writers and crew from the show. 

A must-have addition to any fans’ Regular Show collection of episodic and full season DVDs, Regular Show: The Complete Third Season will be available in stores and online at Amazon for a suggested retail price of $26.95.

Rose enjoyed catching up on all the episodes from the Regular Show, especially the ones she had missed! She really enjoyed the bonus features as well! This show is a bit strange but definitely addicting to watch for kids and adults alike! This would make a welcome edition to your collection or start from the beginning with Season one and catch up!

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