I watched this show when it first aired, and
I loved it. Of course, Tom Hanks became a big star after
this. Now, he was always a fine actor on this, but I never
thought he was all that attractive (I don't like curly hair
on guys, so I think that's why). My favorite was Peter
Scolari. Funny that Scolari would just be a TV actor, for
the most part, and Hanks would go on to be one of the best
actors of our time.
It was a silly comedy, but I
enjoyed it. The characters were fun and silly, but the jokes
were funny, for the most part. It has a great Billy Joel
theme song, too!
It was only on two seasons, but I'm
glad that it came out on DVD. I didn't realize that a lot of
their acting was improvised, back then. It's nice to know.
Holland Taylor, who was so great later on in "Two and a Half
Men" plays their boss, Ruth, in the first season.
lot of the jokes in the first season were about them having
to dress as women. They moved away from that in the second
season. I think that was a bad idea and why the show got
Anyone who likes good comedy should enjoy
this DVD series.
Buddies: The Complete Series (DVD)
Release Date: February
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Hanks stars in the hilarious sitcom that launched
his Academy Award-winning career in
Bosom Buddies: The Complete Series. After
their old apartment building collapses, best friends
and struggling ad men Kip Wilson (Hanks) and Henry
Desmond (Peter Scolari) must dress up as women to
rent the only other place they can afford in New
York City: the female-only Susan B. Anthony Hotel.
As Kip and Henry begin their secret lives as Buffy
and Hildegarde, they quickly learn that with a
little moxie, and a lot of makeup, anything is
possible! Bosom Buddies: The
Complete Series includes all 37 episodes of the
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