Reba-Season 2 (2002)
Starring: Reba McEntire
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3-Disc Collector's Edition - Contains All 24 Season Two Episodes!
|Reba Hart (Reba McEntire) knew divorce wasn't going to be easy -- she just hadn't anticipated how much her ex-husband's new wife would want to be part of "the family." On top of that, Reba learns that her married daughter isn't going to be moving out of the house with her new husband and baby daughter as planned. Now, with no breadwinner in the house, Reba realizes she'd rather accept a job working for her ex-husband than apply for food stamps. But no matter how hard she tries to make family life run smoothly, Reba soon realizes there's just no darn way to please everyone!|
This three disc collection includes all 24 episodes from The Complete Second Season of Reba!
"Reba's a darn-tootin' hoot! Detroit Free Press
"The next Roseanne. Media Week
"Downright funny! The New York Times
"Reba is feisty and fun! TV Guide
Editor's NotePopular country music singer Reba McIntyre stars in this hit family comedy series that airs on the WB channel. Reba is a recently divorced parent of three, whose dentist husband Brock (Christopher Rich, MURPHY BROWN) has left her for his painfully perky--and pregnant--assistant, Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman, FARGO). Simultaneously, she learns that her 17-year-old daughter Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia, FREAKS AND GEEKS, PARTY OF FIVE, AMERICAN PIE 2) is pregnant as well, and she intends to marry her football-star boyfriend, Van (Steve Howey). Reba's daughter Kyra (Scarlett Pomers, STAR TREK: VOYAGER) is in the early stages of a rebellious and precocious adolescence, while her youngest son, Jake (Mitch Holleman, DADDIO), maintains a calm within the storm. The trials and travails of this offbeat family are presided over by the take-charge, loving Reba, who manages to save the day almost every time, and whose motherly wisdom and openhearted good humor carries the show. In the second season, Cheyenne and Van struggle to balance the needs of their new baby with their college careers, while Reba takes a job working for Brock, and begins a new relationship with Brian, whom she meets through speed-dating.
Cast & Crew
|Bryan Hays, Nominee, Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series|
Golden Globe (2004)
|Reba McEntire, Nominee, Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy|
People's Choice (2002)
|Reba McEntire, Winner, Favorite Female Performer in a New Television Series|