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Reba - The Complete Fourth Season


Picture: C+     Sound: C+     Extras: C+     Episodes: C+



Here we go again!  Reba McEntire returns with Reba – The Complete Fourth Season with more smiles, hugs, and laughs for all.  Where Reba is not the best sitcom to ever grace television it does contain heart.  The cast of Reba seems to enjoy each other’s company throughout every scene and one liner, demonstrating a quality that many sitcoms these days lack.  Other sitcoms like King of Queens focus less on a cohesive storyline of a family and more on the individuals’ ability to be funny, Reba at least holds strong to fun and family values.


Reba continues to go strong now on Season 6 to begin airing on November 19, 2006.  With Reba McEntire’s ability to bring family values and capture a room with her lovely personality the show seems to entertain a wide audience.  This reviewer finds the series to be the same old pointless sitcom, with little in depth character development and less than adequate, continuous storyline the series can stand some improvement.  Though this is not the best show on television, it is far from the worst.  With a strong audience and entertaining premise Reba – The Complete Fourth Season is sure to bring smiles and laughter to many.


The technical aspects of this DVD set are sufficient and the extras, which are MIA, leaves a fan base disappointed.  The picture is once again presented in a 1.33:1 full frame format looking quite well as taped most likely in High Definition, but much of that being lost in the DVD transfer.  Each of the three DVDs are double sided, which may lend to why some of the picture quality is lost.  The sound quality is also adequate with its Dolby Digital Stereo format, being quite clean.  The extras on this set include nothing.  It seems as though 20th Century Fox pumped out this DVD set prematurely without any special features for a loyal audience.


Reba will not go down as the best television of all time, but it will lighten anyone’s mood.  If you enjoyed the previous seasons of Reba, this set is for you.



-   Michael P. Dougherty II


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