DVD BOX SETS Mad About You DVD Collection

Title: Mad About You DVD Collection
Description: Mad About You DVD Collection. The Complete Collection of the hit TV Series on DVD.
Price: $109.99
Language: English

Limited Edition DVD Box Set
Every Memorable Episode in One Huge Collection - Lowest Price Online Guaranteed

Mad About You is an American sitcom that aired on NBC from September 23, 1992, to May 23, 1999. The show starred Paul Reiser and Helen Hunt as a newly married couple in New York City. Reiser played Paul Buchman, a documentary film maker. Hunt played Jamie Stemple Buchman, a public relations specialist. Near the end of the show's run, the couple had a baby daughter, whom they named Mabel.

The series focused mainly on the newlyweds while they dealt with everything from humorous daily minutiae to major struggles. The show's willingness to find comedy in realistic situations and observational dialogue garnered it comparisons to Seinfeld, another NBC comedy about thirty-somethings in New York City.[citation needed]

Helen Hunt and Paul Reiser were paid $1 million per show for the last season, but ratings fell sharply that year. The series was shuffled away from its Tuesday slot to prop up a fledgling Monday night line-up of comedies on NBC.

Main characters

Paul Buchman

Buchman (born April 19, 1962) was conceived on the table on which his mother served "mushed" potatoes. After attending the New York University Film School, he struggled for recognition before finally succeeding in filmmaking in New York City. His wife, dog, and daughter reside with him in Greenwich Village.

Jamie Buchman

Jamie Buchman (born February 19, 1963) was the younger daughter of Gus and Theresa Stemple. Her full maiden name is Jamie Eunice Stemple. After seven boyfriends at Yale University, she met Paul Buchman at a New York newsstand by stealing his copy of The New York Times with an implausible excuse. Her difficult relationship with her mother-in-law is an ongoing source of jokes on the show.


Murray is the Buchmans' dog and a fan favorite because the dog the show settled on late in the first season followed instructions very well. He was a puppy when Paul found him, and Paul met Jamie while walking him. He sometimes chases an invisible mouse, and ends up banging his head against something. In a later episode, Jamie does discover the "real" mouse that Murray has been chasing. In the two-part series finale, The Final Frontier, adult Mabel says that Murray died when she was six, but she was not told until she was twelve. Murray is generally portrayed as loyal and affectionate, albeit thick-skulled.

Fran Devanow

Jamie's best friend, Fran Devanow was the Regional Vice President at Farrer-Gantz Public Relations who hired Jamie as her assistant. Near 1989 Fran quit Farrer-Gantz to spend time with her five-year-old son and husband, Mark. Jamie was then promoted to Fran's position. Fran and Mark's relationship lasted 10 years, and their separation shocked Jamie and Paul. The Devanows eventually reconciled.

Lisa Stemple

Three years older than her sister Jamie, Lisa has unfathomable psychological issues. Jamie is referred to as "Stella" in a book written by Lisa's therapist: "It was Stella's overprotectiveness that suffocated her ability to relate to others, and tethered her to a lifetime of insecurity and neurosis." After an envious rage, she blamed Jamie for all of her problems in an interview with her shrink that became a chapter of a book called "Manics." With no place else to go, she does her laundry at Paul and Jamie's apartment while scavenging through her sister's clothes and food. Every visit from her parents triggers her eating disorder.

Ira Buchman

A "ubiquitous" individual[citation needed], Paul's cousin Ira first appeared in Mad About You in "The Wedding Affair" episode. Ira is from the Sheepshead Bay section of Brooklyn. He worked for Paul's father, Burt, at Buchman's Sporting Goods. Paul and Ira have a close friendship, but their hidden rivalry came out when Ira obtained the store when Burt retired. However he frequently appears as loving and supportive towards Paul and Jamie.

Sylvia Buchman

Paul's mother, Sylvia almost always gives Jamie a hard time, but occasionally does show kindness towards her daughter-in-law.

Burt Buchman

Burt ran a sporting goods store until he passed it onto Ira upon retirement. His signature line in the show occurs whenever he visits Paul and Jamie's apartment exclaiming at the door, "It's me Burt! Burt Buchman! Your father, Burt Buchman!"

What an amazing DVD Set for the Mad About You Fan! 

ALL 164 Uncut Episodes - 7 Seasons on 16 DVDS

  • Excellent video and audio quality
  • 100% in chronological order
  • Commercial free and unedited
  • This box set contains all 16 DVDs with Custom Artwork.
  • These DVDs are region free so they will play on any DVD player Worldwide and DVD-Rom, X-Box or PS2 worldwide.

These are brand new, in stock and ready to ship.  On Sale for a Limited Time only.


User comments

We strut with Steria's Group Chairman and chief executive, Francois Enaud, about his grab on the current condition of outsourcing, his ambitions for Steria over the next few years, and how he plans to steer his company through the current financial tumult. )Q: What grasp been the leadmodishg changes you've seen for the period of your stage in the outsourcing sector? A: For me it's extremely bring in that outsourcing has left from a inclusive loom to a more selective one. Previously clients were looking for a universal outsourcing partner, now they unquestionably consider that it's not the correctly classical because it's more risky and less bendable. They proceed now with a top qualityive ideal which means that for each facet of IT or each different outsourcable domain of process, they sel.

ect the fit partner for that cut. This isn't total with is adapted to apiece client, nevertheless it's a large amount smarter outsourcing. Q: Have you noticed a move in the set of scales of muscle between buyer and provider in recent times - and if so what arise has this period taken? A: I would shout of gush, definitely; but at the result of the day it's still a good weigh, of course! However, the keep upright is not based arranged the equal stuff a few more.

There has definitely been a loosen, and in a sense clients now are - principally with regards to the selective form - much more demanding regarding rendezvous and the SLAs, particularly demanding on flexibility and liveliness. into piece of evidence, they no longer respect outsourcing being an problem to the evolution of their IT. That's why, in the deal and the way they cope a provider, they are very faithful and demanding on this category of affiliation. Very exactly so, the way they shrink and the way they formalise their appoi. ntment with their provider, is really based on service level agreements, demanding quality from a technical point of look at, and quality from an end-user point of opinion. Mad About You complete dvd box set series on DVDs

Q: What do you grasp as mortal the major challenges to the sector's enlargement now and how are you positioning Steria to overcome these challenges? A: For me the prevalent challenge is spirit gifted to bestow more and more personalized services. It's not a moment ago IT any more, it's provided that for the worldwide business needs of our clients, and as a result we have to provide very exceedingly made to order services. by the side of the same time we have to impart a very superior rank of industrialisation of the conveyance. The main challenge we've faced is ensuring the capability near supply these two dissimilar dimensions cool. Mad About You

That's a large challenge.

Leave a comment