Buy The Final Season Online
Buy The Final Season Online
Some things are hard to let go of. We all want our memories to last, digitally if possible. The final season of our favorite show or our favorite stadium represents memories that we want to cherish forever. We can purchase final seasons online: here are a few classics.
Frasier - The Complete Final Season
Bring home all twenty-three final season episodes and share the trials and tribulations of Seattle's favorite radio personality. Don't miss the guest appearance by Jennifer Tilly in the "Miss Right Now" episode. Wow. Take comfort in the fact that even uber-successful PhDs with radio talk shows don't always get along with their retired policeman fathers.
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NY Yankees Final Season 5/8 in. 14kt Gold/14kt Yellow Gold
Commemorate the final season at Old Yankee Stadium with this officially licensed pendant of the team logo. The stadium hosted Yankee greats from 1923 though 2008, but the memories live on forever.
Lost: The Complete Sixth and Final Season
TV series typically provide as much mental stimulation as watching clothes dry, but the epic series Lost left us all confused and completely immersed in the story line. Watching the final season multiple times may be the only way to actually understand what was supposed to be taking place. This set of 5 authentic DVDs provides over 713 minutes of viewing amazement. Be the first person in your cubicle to actually grasp the Lost concept.
Numb3rs: The Final Season
Numb3rs told the story of a quirky family drawn together by their love of solving crimes. A dedicated FBI agent recruits his brother, a mathematical genius, to drill down through the mountains of data generated by crime investigations. Their father provides the glue that holds the family together throughout their crime fighting escapades. Together the three of them taught us that math can solve just about anything, except sibling rivalry.
Gilmore Girls: The Complete Seventh Season
Yes, The Gilmore Girls and their quirky neighbors soldiered onward without their original creator, but season 7 is still worth cherishing. This prime-time soap opera chronicles the comings and goings of small town folks with too much time on their hands and not nearly enough snow for that part of the country. We all need to review the witty exchanges between Lorelei and Rory in slow motion: owning this collection of 6 DVDs will provide hours of entertainment when the snow falls and the Dragonfly Inn has long since closed its' doors.
The Golden Girls - The Complete Seventh and Final Season
Betty White was old in 1985, but the other Golden Girls were even older. Despite her continuing propensity to age, her career has skyrocketed since the Golden Girls was canceled by NBC. She played the part of a naive roommate who never quite seemed to grasp the situation but always had a heart of gold. We suspect she kept a cache of Snicker's Bars in her armoire, but you'll have to study the DVDs to learn for sure.
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Ugly Betty: The Complete Fourth and Final Season
America Ferrera wends her way through the cutthroat world of New York high fashion in the final season of the series named after her. Her prosthetic orthodontia, her retro hair style, and her LenseCrafters horn rim glasses provide endless visual stimulation as she performs in this "Devil Wears Prada" made-for-TV clone. The final 20 episodes are gathered together for 860 minutes of viewing entertainment on 6 DVDs.
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Scrubs: The Complete Ninth And Final Season
Aspiring doctors sleep around and somehow find time to practice a little medicine in the final season of Scrubs. This seminal series introduced numerous transitional characters throughout its' 9 year run on television, but none of us will forget the white doctor who was best friends with the black doctor, who was married to one of the nurses. The janitor character, who was played by the guy who was shot on the train by the one-armed man at the end of "The Fugitive", offers many memorable scenes as well. We all enjoyed the antics of the guy who played the chief of medicine in all those funny scenes.
Thanks to DVD players, we no longer have to endlessly scan hundreds of cable TV channels in search of reruns. Final Season compendiums can be purchased online.