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Caroline In The City
The Second Season

review by Zach B.

 

 

Not Rated

Running Time: 556 minutes

Starring: Lea Thompson, Malcom Gets, Eric Lutes, Amy Pietz, Andy Lauer, Tom La Grua

 

Studio: Paramount

Retail Price: $39.98

Features: Episodic Promos

Specs: 1.33:1 Full Screen, English Mono, English Closed Captions, Chapters (5 Chapters per episode), Four-Disc Set

Released: March 10th, 2009

 

 

The second season of "Caroline In The City" is presented in 1.33:1 full screen. The filmed sitcom looks a tiny bit grainy, and there is some noise, shimmering and edge halos that can be spotted. Color saturation is okay, if a bit weak - especially as light colors come out as a bit overexposed. Detail is nothing great, while fleshtones are not as refined as they could have been. Watchable, but average. 

 

"Caroline In The City" features English Stereo Surround tracks for the episodes. They're okay, but nothing stands out here either. Dialogue is clear, the laugh track is audible and the short instrumental cues sound fine. There's not too much in the way of sound effects, but they really don't have much of a discrete "stereo" imprint. Fine for what they are, though.

English closed captions are available through your television. 

 

All the discs feature Episodic Promos, which are pretty fun to watch in a cheesy-sorta way. The last disc features a decent Gag Reel, plus a public service announcement from Michael J. Fox concerning his foundation to fight Parkinson's Disease.

 

I guess there were enough "Caroline In The City" who bought the first season, as season two is now upon us on DVD. The episodes look and sound a bit above average, and other than episodic promos, there are no supplements. Strictly for fans of this mid-90's sitcom (and perhaps Lea Thompson fans, too).