Sealab 2021 - Season 1

Sealab 2021 - Season 1

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Sealab 2021 - Season 1

One of the most surreal and outlandish cartoons ever to hit the airwaves, the first season of Cartoon Network's Sealab 2021 arrives on DVD courtesy of Warner Bros. Home Video. Presented in 1.33:1 full-frame as originally aired, the image sports well-balanced, solid colors and little evidence of digital artifacting or edge enhancement. Audio is offered in closed-captioned English Dolby Digital 2.0 and rings through without any notable distortion or hiss. As for bonus features, fans will certainly be happy to note the inclusion of the original "pitch pilot" that the creators sent to Cartoon Network, and though creators Adam Reed and Matt Thompson don't sound too proud of it, the pilot still offers a few chuckles and the same irreverent tone of the final product. Alternative endings for the episode "I, Robot" are actually more entertaining than the ending that actually aired, and it's amusing to see deleted scenes for "Little Orphan Angry" that were deemed "too evil" for air. Though it's interesting to hear the unbleeped ending of "Radio Free Sealab, the creators are indeed correct in stating that the censored version actually works better -- seeming much more obscene with a few well-placed bleeps.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/20/2004
UPC: 0053939676228
Rating: TV-14
Source: Turner Home Ent
Region Code: 1
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time: 2:30:00
Sales rank: 51,051

Special Features

Closed Caption; Pitch pilot; I, Robot: Alternate Endings; Radio Free Sealab: Uncensored; Little Orphan Angry: Deleted Scenes

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Guest More than 1 year ago
This show is utter ridiculousness. I will be the first to admit it. But from the catchy theme song to Erik Estrada's hilarious turn as "Marco", Sealab is more laughs per minute than your average cartoon. The storylines are short and nonsensical and the characters are shallow, demented, and self-absorbed. But if you're into human brains in robot bodies, explosions, underwater sexual tension, evil overlords, pirate radio, or chicks named Debbie, you'll love this.
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