Eight Simple Rules â€“ The First Season. Paul Hennessy (Ritter) is facing a situation many dads are facing these days, working from home and dealing with the children on a regular basis. While his wife Cate (Sagal) is at the hospital, Paul has to deal with his three teenagers: Bridget, the cute one (Kaley Cuoco); Kerry, the smart one (Amy Davidson); and Rory, the Boy (Martin Spanjers). So Paul must balance connecting and relating to his kids while ensuring they don’t do anything stupid as they tend to do. I know, this sounds like the typical family sitcom. However, how many sitcoms are actually on the TV schedule? Also, you have the late great John Ritter and Katey Sagal, so that raises the bar a few notches. This bitter sweet season comes with a blooper reel. Click here to buy it from Amazon.
Silk Stalkings â€“ The Fourth Season. Palm Beach, FL: a playground for the rich where the weather is hot and the bodies are even hotter. So when you have a murder with plenty of sex, power, money, and even more sex, you call on the two hottest cops on the force, Sergeants Rita Lance and Chris Lorenzo. Mitzi Kapture and Rob Estes scorch the screen with their chemistry while taking down some naughty perps or engaging in some witty banter. More influenced by Baywatch than Hill Street Blues, all 22 episodes of the fourth season is a well-oiled camp machine that will satisfy your craving for a guilty pleasure. Click here to buy it from Amazon.
24 â€“ Season 5. Get ready to hear the ominous clicking of the digital clock as Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) begins another day in Hell. Retired and under an assumed identity, Jack is brought back to the Counter Terrorism Unit when Checken speratists try to sabotage an important U.S./Russian terrorism treaty by releasing nerve gas in Los Angeles. But as Jack investigating in his usual style of beating the crap out of suspects, he discovers that the plot is home grown and goes to the very top. Can Jack stop the conspiracy when his very bosses are the ones pulling the strings? 20th Century Fox fills this box set full with commentaries for 12 episodes and plenty of extended and deleted scenes. There are also featurettes on 24‘s supporting cast, its inventive camera work, its music composer Sean Callery, and the elaborate ‘Presidential Retreat’ set. Click here to buy it from Amazon.