Hot Sheet: Seyfried,
BY Advocate.com Editors
May 14 2010 1:15 PM ET
Bette Midler Triple Feature—Three of the divine one’s most raucous comedies (1986’s Down and Out in Beverly Hills and Ruthless People and 1987’s Outrageous Fortune) that made her a top box office draw in the middle of that decade are now available a new boxed set.
Daria: The Complete Animated Series — Daria Morgendorffer, the droll, sardonic, possibly misanthropic teen, was a precursor to other sassy outsiders we love, such as Ghost World’s Enid and Six Feet Under’s Claire. The subversive animated series was one of the smartest shows of its era (1997-2001).
Thirtysomething: The Complete Third Season — The fondly remembered Emmy-winning '80s cultural phenomenon about a group of close friends hit its creative stride by season 3. Most notable is the episode “Strangers” — groundbreaking for showing two gay men in the same bed and notable for the number of advertisers who pulled their commercials from the episode, causing ABC to decide against its rebroadcast.
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