The Complete First Season

DVD - 2003
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The controversial sitcom that defined the late 70s and became an instant classic. Soap took viewers into the homes of two of the most dysfunctional families ever-- and we couldn't help but embrace every eccentric one of them!
Publisher: Culver City, Calif. : Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment, 2003
ISBN: 9781404934702
Branch Call Number: DVD SOA
Characteristics: 3 videodiscs (600 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in


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laustcawz Mar 07, 2013

"Confused?? You won't be after watching this DVD collection of 'Soap'."

laustcawz Mar 07, 2013

"Alexander The Great was gay. Plato was gay..."

"Plato???!!" Mickey Mouse's dog was gay???!!"

laustcawz Mar 07, 2013

"Graft is dirty. Vote for Burty."

laustcawz Mar 07, 2013

"So..." Another character: "So..." Still another character: "So..." Bob: "So, Danny here tells me you're a family of negroes. Is that true?"

laustcawz Mar 07, 2013

"Oh, that's great! For character witnesses, I've got Al Capone, Tinkerbell,
Punch & Judy & The Invisible Man!!"

laustcawz Aug 17, 2012

"It was Bob. He wanted to know if Chuck was here!"

laustcawz Aug 17, 2012

(doorbell rings):
Benson: "You want me to get that?"
Jessica: "If you don't mind."


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Sep 10, 2017

Just wonderful. Made in the seventies, when soaps were crazy and overblown, this comedy is crazy and overblown too. But funnier. Lots of laughs. Even the serious melodramatic moments designed to win the acting Emmys in soap operas are satirized - and are both funny, and clever enough that you love the characters more. I recommend you take the trip back to when Billy Crystal was young, and have some belly laughs. And giggles.


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