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Andy Richter Controls the Universe

Plus: Bolt, In Treatment, Twilight and The Venture Brothers on DVD.

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Andy Richter Controls the Universe Andy Richter (Conan O’Brien, again) and Paget Brewster (Criminal Minds) star in the brilliant 2002 sitcom that somehow lasted 19 whole episodes on Fox before getting canceled. Like Scrubs, minus the annoying Life Lessons. (Paramount.com)

Bolt TV action star dog Bolt (voiced by John Travolta) becomes separated from his owner Penny (Miley Cyrus); road-trip wackiness ensues. Meanwhile, animal-rights idiots pummel the True TV offices with complaints about “owner.” (Disney.com)

In Treatment: Season 1 A therapist (Gabriel Byrne) has halfhour sessions with various screwed-up people (including Melissa George and Blair Underwood) in a 43-episode (!) season; everyone is actually worse off after. Naturally, there will be a Season 2. (HBO.com)

Twilight Squeal! A teen girl (Kristen Stewart) falls in love with gay teen vampire Edward (Robert Pattison), though their romance is doomed due to the fact that he’s a gay vampire with a ridiculous wig. Either based on a book or The Cure. (Summit-Ent.com)

The Venture Brothers: Season 3 The kick-ass third season that introduces Dr. Henry Killinger, Sgt. Hatred, the origins of The Monarch and Dr. Girlfriend, and more danger and adventure (and failed moneymaking schemes) than ever before! Go Team Venture! (AdultSwim.com)

More DVD Releases (March 24) Big Stan, The Cake Eaters, Columbus Day, Craig Ferguson: A Wee Bit O’ Revolution, Fling, Gardens of the Night, Locusts: The 8th Plague, Moscow Chill, New York City Serenade, Quantum of Solace, The Riches: Season 2, Runaway: Season 1