Upright Citizens Brigade: the Complete First Season

Upright Citizens Brigade: the Complete First Season

DVD

Product Details

Release Date: 11/04/2003
UPC: 0824363002392
Rating: NR
Source: Comedy Central
Sound: [Dolby Digital Surround]
Time: 4:52:00

Special Features

Exclusive commentary for pilot episode and the "Time Machine" episode recorded in front of a live audience at the UCB Theater, followed by a Q & A session; Audio commentary for episodes "The Bucket of Truth," "Power Marketing," "Cyborgs," and "The Little Donnie Foundation"; Alternate audio commentary for the "Little Donny" episode by Little Donnie and his parents; UCB pilot episode ; Deleted scene "Highland Epoxy"; Original live versions of "Little Donny" and the "Andre the Giant" song; Original UCB trailers

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Upright Citizens Brigade: The Complete First Season
1. The Bucket of Truth [22:10]
2. Poo Stick [22:10]
3. Saigon Suicide Show [22:15]
4. Power Marketing [22:09]
5. Children's Revolution [22:03]
6. The Story of the Toad [22:39]
Disc #2 -- Upright Citizens Brigade: The Complete First Season
1. Lady of the Lake [22:25]
2. Time Machine [22:09]
3. Cyborgs [22:16]
4. Little Donny Foundation [15:15]
1. Reno 911: Mime [1:44]
2. South Park: Professor Chaos [2:00]
3. Strangers With Candy: Behind Blank Eyes [2:27]

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Upright Citizens Brigade: the Complete First Season 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you enjoy hip,fresh sketch comedy you should buy this DVD . You will not be disappointed. I laughed until I cried.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Previously aired on Comedy Central, the Upright Citizen's Brigade, comprised of four agents dedicated to creating and finding chaos, is an outstanding sketch comedy show unlike anything else. Presently, I feel addicted to the UCB. I highly recommend this DVD.
Guest More than 1 year ago
For those who don't know of UCB, they're an improv troupe that produced some of the funniest satire and non-sequitor comedy ever to grace Comedy Central's airwaves. Some of their episodes are low-brow humor (Little Donnie, particularly) and some are astonishingly smart (such as the Food episode). If you're not familiar with long-form improv, the troupe agrees upon a theme and then works out a variety of short skits that are in that theme, and they try to tie all of the skits together at the end of the show. Recurring characters and themes do cross shows as well. (Titte Brothers, for example.) If you're ever in Manhattan, be sure to check out the UCB Theater! (Cheap entertainment in the big apple, best show your $ can buy.)