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ED THE COMPLETE DVD COLLECTION
$44.95

ED THE COMPLETE DVD COLLECTION. The Complete Collection of the hit TV Series on DVD.

 
DRAMA ED THE COMPLETE DVD COLLECTION

Title: ED THE COMPLETE DVD COLLECTION
Description: ED THE COMPLETE DVD COLLECTION. The Complete Collection of the hit TV Series on DVD.
Genre: Drama
Price: $179.99
$44.95
Language: English
   
       
Limited Edition DVD Box Set
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Ed is an NBC television program produced by David Letterman's Worldwide Pants Incorporated from 2000–2004.

The hour-long comedy-drama starred Tom Cavanagh as Edward Jeremy Stevens, the protagonist, Julie Bowen as his love interest Carol Phyllis Vessey, Josh Randall as his friend Dr. Mike Burton, Jana Marie Hupp as Mike's wife Nancy, Lesley Boone as their friend Molly Hudson, and Justin Long as awkward high-school student Warren Cheswick. Other supporting cast members included Michael Genadry and Ginnifer Goodwin as Warren's friends Mark and Diane, and Michael Ian Black, Mike Starr, Rachel Cronin, and (later) Daryl Mitchell as the employees of Stuckeybowl, Ed's bowling alley. Long term guest stars included John Slattery as Dennis Martino and Sabrina Lloyd as Frankie Hector. The show was created by executive producers Jon Beckerman and Rob Burnett. David Letterman is also credited as one of the show's executive producers.

Ed received casting, writing, and directing Emmy nominations in 2001. Tom Cavanagh received a Golden Globe nomination and a TV Guide Award for his work on the program.

In 2004, despite a campaign by fans to keep the series on the air, NBC cut the show from their lineup because of poor ratings.

The show revolved around Cavanagh's Ed Stevens, a hotshot New York lawyer who on the same day is both fired from his job (for a misplaced comma that cost the firm $1.6 million) and discovers that his wife is sleeping with a mailman[2] (the wife makes a point that it is not their mailman in particular, but another mailman).

Deciding to spend some time in his home town of Stuckeyville, Ohio, he is reunited with friends that he has missed, as well as Carol Vessey, a woman he had a crush on in high school. Determined to win Carol's heart, he decides to stay, buying a rundown bowling alley and setting up a new law firm in the process, being nicknamed the "Bowling-Alley Lawyer" ("I am a lawyer, I own a bowling alley. Two separate things").

Ed also had a number of running gags, such as Phil (Michael Ian Black) hatching ludicrous schemes usually to gain fame and/or fortune, and ten-dollar bets between Ed and Mike that would require one of them to do something extremely embarrassing.

What an amazing DVD Set for the Ed Fan!

All 83 Uncut Episodes - Complete Seasons 1-4 on 14 DVDS

  • Excellent video and audio quality
  • 100% in chronological order
  • Commercial free and unedited
  • This box set contains all 14 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

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ED DVD complete series with all episodes and seasons on DVDs

Ed is an NBC receiver info co-produced by David Letterman's worldwide pants Integrated, NBC Productions, and Viacom Productions that was on air from 2000 to 2004.

The hour-long comedy-drama marked Tom Cavanagh as Edward Jeremy Stevens, the advocate, Julie Bowen as his part of attention Carol Phyllis Vessey, Josh Randall as his companion Dr. Mike Burton, Jana Marie Hupp as Mike's woman Nancy, Lesley Boone as their associate Molly Hudson, and Justin Longest as strained high-school student Warren Cheswick. Added supporting patch members included Michael Genadry and Ginnifer Goodwin as warren’s friends Mark and Diane, and Michael Ian Black, Mike Starr, Rachel Cronin, and (after) Daryl Mitchell as the staff of Stuckeybowl, Ed's bowling lane. Long tenure group stars included John Slattery as Dennis Martino and Sabrina Lloyd as Frankie Hector, the drama was shaped by executive producers Jon Beckerman and Rob Burnett. [1] David Letterman is also attributed as one of the show's executive producers. [2]

Ed was acknowledged in the Emmy nominations 2001 for casting, scripting, and directing. Tom Cavanagh received a golden globe nomination and a TV Guide Award for his devotion in his work on the show.

In 2004, despite of a campaign by fans to have the sequence on the air, NBC engraved the show from their roll because of deprived ratings.

Basis

The show was set in order of Cavanagh's Ed Stevens, a hotshot New York lawyer who on the same day was asked to leave the job (for drafting an agreement with a misplaced comma that ruined up with a penalty of $1.6 million to his firm.) and comes internal to learn his woman sleeping with a mailman [2] (the woman finds an end by declaring that it is not their mailman in special, but another mailman).

Determinative to drop many abstraction in his hometown of Stuckeyville, Ohio, he join up with friends that he overlooked, as fortunate as Carol Vessey, a woman he had a crush on in high school.[3] Ascertained to win Carol's feeling, he decides to outride, buying a bowling alley in a poor condition and scene up a new law firm in the effect, state nicknamed the "Bowling-Alley Lawyer" ("I am a lawyer, I own a bowling alley, two different things"). [4]

Ed also had a assort of functional gags, such as bowling alley employee Phil (Michael Ian Black) hatching humorous schemes usually to clear celebrity and/or circumstances, ten-dollar bets between Ed and Mike that would require one of them to do something extremely sticky, mentions of Arbour Day as a big spend, and different characters titled "Godfrey" emerging in several episodes.

The sequence also dealt with issues of communal fame and high regard both through Ed, who was unpopular in high school and yet had a trounce on stereotypically trendy cheerleader Carol Vessey, and through Molly, Carol's coworker and friend who was similarly unpopular in squeaky