Reba-Season 5 (2005)
2-Disc Collector's Edition - Contains All 22 Season Five Episodes!
|Reba is back, and the Hart household is crazier than ever! Country music superstar Reba McEntire returns as the feisty-yet-frazzled head of the uproariously unpredictable Hart family, and this time, everyone has issues. While Cheyenne and Van struggle to save their rocky marriage, Brock is in danger of losing his home and Barbra Jean is simply driving the rest of the family insane! And still, with a little tough love and a whole lot of determination, Reba manages to keep her extended brood together, proving that she really is a survivor in the hilariously heartfelt Season Five of Reba.|
This two disc collection includes all 22 episodes from The Complete Fifth 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. 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 intends to marry her football star boyfriend, Van (Steve Howey). Reba's daughter Kyra (Scarlett Pomers, STAR TREK: VOYAGER) is going through 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 carry the show. In the fifth season, trouble brews between Brock and Barbra Jean, who turn to Reba for help. Included in this set are 22 episodes of REBA's fifth season, the funniest yet!
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|