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Frisky Dingo
Season Two

review by Zach B.

 

 

Running Time: 133 Minutes

 

Studio: Warner

Retail Price: $29.99

Features: None

Specs: 1.33:1 Full Screen, English Stereo, English Subtitles, English Closed Captions, Episode Selection

Released: January 6th, 2009

 

 

All twelve episodes of "Frisky Dingo" are presented in 1.33:1 full screen. The show's crisp and unique animation style looks sharp on this DVD, with bold color saturation and great detail. Like last time though, noise can be a bit distracting. Otherwise these episodes look very clean, and are in pitch-pefect shape.

 

The second season of "Frisky Dingo" is presented in English stereo, just like the first. Dialogue is very clear and easy to hear, and the small musical instrumentals also sound fine. Sound effects come off the best though, making good use of stereo effects - namely when there is a bit of action and violence. It may not compare to what 5.1 is capable of, but it gives off enough of a pop. Fidelity is pretty high too. In all, very suitable for a show that's really pretty heavy on talk.

English subtitles and closed captions are also included.
 




Unlike last time, there are a few extras. Xtacles Skit runs about 2-and-a-half minutes, and is a fun little bit that is basically a shit for "The Xtacles," a spin-off series (which only lasted two episodes). There's also a Political Commercial, which is really just a commercial for the season two set.

 

"Frisky Dingo" was one of the funniest Adult Swim programs in my opinion, and this second season of the show is just as enjoyable as the first. The bonus features aren't much, but the episodes look and sound good. Sadly, "Frisky Dingo" was cancelled so this is it. With that said, it's a purchase for fans of the series, and a strong rental for comedy fans. I hope in the future the series gets revisited on DVD, with a lot more bonus material. (And perhaps those two episodes of "The Xtacles.")