We can only hope that it might get some special features next time around, for its third and final season.
8 Simple Rules: Season 2 can be ordered from for .99 (~£13.10).
Amy Yasbeck, John Ritter's widow, will release a book detailing her life with John Ritter next Tuesday, September 7th.
As Pavan Badal, owner of Pavan's 8 Simple Rules site, reveals in the review, there are no special features.
Not the ABC '' special, not the feature Buena Vista produced for DVD back in 2007, nothing at all. The sound goes from Dolby Digital 5.1 to 2.0 Surround Sound and introductions the cast made for John Ritter's final three episodes are missing.
The DVD background colour is yellow, with a picture of the family (sans Paul) around a chair and a picture of Paul (John Ritter) hanging in the background. TVShowson reports that Lionsgate Home Entertainment have confirmed the April 21st release of 8 Simple Rules: Season 2 in the U. Chris Mann, author of the tell-all book "Come and Knock on Our Door" which went behind the scenes of "Three's Company" - Ritter's biggest TV show - revealing the full extent of the bitter feuds, anger & sorrow that affected the show, is writing a new book about John Ritter.
Speaking to Sitcoms Online.com, the bona fide Three's Company expert revealed he will be working on the book in 2009.
You can read a wonderful review of the book at Sitcoms A digital edition is available in the UK for Amazon Kindle from uk or you can order the hardcover edition which is currently out of stock. The second DVD contains all 24 episodes of the show's second season, including the 3 final episodes of John Ritter, presented on 3 discs. The reason for the long delay was the imminent deal between Buena Vista Home Entertainment (BVHE), the distributor of the show and its first season DVD, and Lions Gate Home Entertainment, a smaller independent firm who now handle .
As we mentioned earlier in the post, there are no special features on this DVD.8 Simple Rules: Season 2 is almost out on DVD, it comes out May 19th, and Sitcoms have posted their review.Those of us hoping that the change of distributor, from Buena Vista to Lionsgate, might mean better special features, will be disappointed.In 2006, a 10-foot-tall statue of Garner as Bret Maverick, his iconic character in , was unveiled in Garner's hometeown.James Garner is survived by his wife, Lois Clarke, whom he married in 1956, his daughter Greta "Gigi" Garner, and an adopted daughter, Kimberly, from Clarke's first marriage.It is a shame that Lions Gate weren't able to produce any special features for this release.