DVD Releases For August 12, 2008
When Brother gets a brand new three-speed racer, Sister's envious feelings are personified in her dreams by a little green version of herself. This Green Eyed Monster convinces Sister to sneak Brother's new bike out for a ride but when she does, Sister realizes too late that it's too big for her and she can't control it. Fortunately Brother and Papa rescue Sister before Brother's bike can crash, then together they help chase the Green Eyed Monster away by jazzing up Brother's old bike and giving it to Sister.
"The Prize Pumpkin"
Papa's longstanding friendship with Farmer Ben becomes strained when winning first place at a pumpkin growing contest becomes far too important. On Thanksgiving Day, after his pumpkin fails to take the blue ribbon, Papa is thankful that Farmer Ben still wants to be his friend in spite his unneighborly behavior during the competition.
"The New Neighbors"
When the family next door moves away, Papa, Mama and the cubs all hope their new neighbors will be just like their old ones. But when the new neighbors turn out to be nothing at all like the old ones, the Bear Family has trouble adjusting and can't seem to warm up to them. But, by focusing on who their new neighbors are instead of who they aren't, the Bear Family learns to appreciate their differences and realizes the new neighbors are just as great as the old ones - in their own way.
"Think Of Those In Need"
When Brother and Sister have to clean their room, they find they have more things than places to store it all. They decide to donate their extra games, puzzles and books to the Home For Retired Bears. Later, Brother discovers that he has given away a book he wanted to keep. In the process of searching the retirement home for his accidental donation, he and Sister visit with some of the elderly residents and learn how rewarding it is to share their time with others.
"The Bad Dream"
Brother and Sister love the Space Grizzlies TV show, but recently, Sister finds that a new villain character is just a little too scary for her. In fact, it's becoming harder and harder to avoid him -- he's on the TV, he's one of Brother's modeling clay sculptures, and ultimately, the Space Grizzly character ends up in one of her dreams. When Sister tells Mama about her bad dream, Mama reassures her that it is always best to talk to someone about things you find scary because it makes you feel better. Sister does feel better, and like Mama did for her, Sister helps Brother feel better by being there for him to talk to when he has his own bad dream.
"Big Bear, Small Bear"
When he's given his very own key to the tree house, Brother feels so grown up that he turns his back on frivolous cub games in favor of doing "important grown up jobs" with Papa. When Papa can't find a way to help Ms. Grizzle gain access to her accidentally locked house, it's Brother who shinnies up a nearby tree to an open window like only a cub can. Realizing that cubs can do important jobs too, like taking care of their pets, helping their family and siblings, Brother decides not to be in such a rush to be all grown up and rejoins the cub fun with his friends.
SOUTH PARK: The Complete Eleventh Season - Uncensored On DVD
In the 11th season of SOUTH PARK, Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny attempt to rescue Imaginationland from nuclear annihilation, discover the secret behind the Easter Bunny and get head lice. Released via Comedy Central Home Ent. and Paramount Home Ent., SOUTH PARK: The Complete Eleventh Season -- Uncensored DVD arrives in stores nationwide on Tuesday, August 12 and will also be available at http://shop.comedycentral.com.
SOUTH PARK: The Complete Eleventh Season -- Uncensored DVD is an exclusive three-disc collector's edition comprised of all 14 episodes. In addition to the Emmy-nominated episode, "The Imaginationland Trilogy," this unforgettable compilation also features the episode "With Apologies To Jesse Jackson," which presents Stan's dad trying to find forgiveness after mistakenly using a racial slur on WHEEL OF FORTUNE.
The bonus material contains five-to-seven minute mini-commentaries on all 14 episodes by creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone.
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