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Scorpion: Season Two – Geeks & Gadgets Saving The World So We Don’t Have To!

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The second season DVD set of CBS’ Scorpion shows it to be something other than a pure procedural – and combine’s its storytelling flexibility with character development in a way that keeps it fresh even after 23 episodes.

Scorpion: Season Two also has a number of solid bonus features and two of the worst commentary tracks I’ve ever heard.

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United States of Tara: Season Three – Left Hanging, But on a Hopeful Note!

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Showtime canceled United States of Tara – the series about the dysfunctional family with the matriarch who suffers from Dissociative Identity Disorder – after seeing its third season ratings plummet. This is a shame because the series was far better than the inexplicably more popular Nurse Jackie. Thus, all though it doesn’t get a proper finale, the show’s third season maintained its high quality and came to a conclusion that had a genuinely hopeful note.

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