Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist

1995, TV Show

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Swingtown and Other Announced Releases

New releases announced today, August 13:Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist - The Best Of will be coming out December 9 Petticoat Junction - The Official 1st Season will be coming out December 16 Swingtown - The 1st Season will be coming out December 16 Visit TVShowsOnDVD.com for the complete stories on these and other news items.  Read Full Article

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Swingtown and Other Announced Releases

New releases announced today, August 13:Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist - The Best Of will be coming out December 9 Petticoat Junction - The Official 1st Season will be coming out December 16 Swingtown - The 1st Season will be coming out December 16 Visit TVShowsOnDVD.com for the complete stories on these and other news items. read more

Let Us Give Thanks For Bones, Family Guy and Veronica Mars

I know last week I said this column would be all about The O.C., but seeing how so many of us are off for the rest of the week, I figured, let’s hold that ‘til next week when we’re all back at work and trolling the web. Instead, I offer you one last pre-Thanksgiving batch of shows on DVD you can’t help but be grateful for.Veronica Mars All three seasons, all wondrous in their own way and all the Kristen Bell you need to know that the woman is a star. The only downside is the lack of gratitude one might experience at the CW’s cancellation of this prime property.Bones Let me put it this way: this show is a scream. And if you’re not hip to season 3 running on FOX right now, get there and grab the first two seasons available on your way. David Boreanaz may actually be the funniest handsome man on TV right now. And Emily Deschanel? She’s grown on me. Give her a shot, people. House isn’t Tuesday night’s only great show. (Oh and check out my q&... read more

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Premiered: May 28, 1995, on Comedy Central
Rating: TV-PG
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Premise: The animated adventures of a droll psychiatrist, his patients and his unemployed slacker son. Guest roles are voiced by comedians who improvise their lines, among them Ray Romano, Garry Shandling and Julia Louis-Dreyfus. The series is the first to use the computer-animation style called `squigglevision,' giving it a shaky look.

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