Dharma And Greg - Series 1 details
|Starring:||Mitchell Ryan, Susan Sullivan, Shae D'Lyn, Jenna Elfman, Thomas Gibson|
|Studio:||20TH CENTURY FOX|
Dharma And Greg - Series 1 - Disc 1
|12 Disc 1|
Dharma And Greg - Series 1 - Disc 2
|12 Disc 2|
Dharma And Greg - Series 1 - Disc 3
|12 Disc 3|
|Run time:||8 hours 48 minutes|
|Rental release:||07 May 2007|
|Subtitles:||Danish, English, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish|
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Hippy-chick happinessBy dannysgurl (10 reviews) from Southend-on-Sea , 18 May 2007
[Highly rated reviewer]What's not to love about this seemingly miss-matched couple? Dharma and Greg is all about love, fun and bringing out you're inner hippy-ness!
Dharma has been raised by two very liberated parents who want their love-child to find her own spiritual path, whilst Greg has been raised with firm values about society and law.
When these two characters meet it's love at first sight...then all they have to do is learn to appreciate and accept each others differences!
Jenna Elfman and Thomas Gibson are brilliant playing the lovely couple, but it's often the co-stars that give the biggest laughs...Dharma's best friend Jane and Greg's best Friend Pete both have a lot of great scenes throughout, but for me it's both sets of parents that make this truly great. Larry and Abby, Edward and Kitty...when these guys get together it all goes down with hilarious consequences.
If you want light hearted, fun-loving comedy Dharma and Greg is one of the best.
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wonderfully quirkyBy Swordthain (23 reviews) from London , 27 Jul 2011I love this series so much. It makes you want to get up to all sorts of mischief, install a swing and slide in your house, and think the best in everyone. It's such an unestimated sitcom but got so many awards when it was around it really deserves so much more attention. We need the other three series released as soon as possible; series 2 is out there but not easy to get hold of. It's nectarine time, comb your frog!
Proper laugh out loud entertainmentBy scoobiesaloonie (2 reviews) from Cheltenham , 13 Aug 2010Have loved Dharma and Greg ever since stumbling across it on late night tv many years ago, everyone I have shown it to instantly falls in love with the humour of the show.
The contrasts between Dharma and Greg's parents,their own background and their friends provides so many laughs that only those without a sense of humour would fail to find the amusement with this show
American sitcom classicBy a customer from England , 27 Apr 2009I never really watched much of this show back in the '90s so i decided it warranted a look and i'm glad i did.
If you're a fan of Will & Grace and Friends then this one is for you. Enjoyable, funny, entertaining and silly - exactly what you look for in a sitcom.
BrilliantBy a customer from Ludlow , 08 Nov 2008This is the american version of Gavin and Stacey in a way but it really works. Dharma is a 70's child of hippy parents whereas Greg is a 70's child of corporate parents. She's a dog walker/yoga instructer and he is a lawyer. Their world's collide but opposites attract. I missed it when it was on tv as well but it's well worth it. We watched about the first 8 episodes back to back on a rainy afternoon. It's full of wit and humour.
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tommy gibson is beautifulBy a customer from Cannock , 28 Mar 2008i missed the entire series when it was on tv. i thought oh no, another american sitcom
but this is so funny. give it a go if u missed it on tv. u wont regret it!