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The A-Team, Curb Your Enthusiasm, From Paris With Love, Nip/Tuck, Z-Rock

New DVD releases Tuesday, June 8



The A-Team: The Complete Series
A 25-disc set in a van-shaped box! Just in time to coincide with the new A-Team movie! All five seasons from the show’s 1983-87 NBC run—two of which don’t completely suck, which is really all you could ask from NBC in the ’80s. (NBC Universal)

Curb Your Enthusiasm: Season 7
Larry tackles the social issues of kiddie texting, pissing on Jesus, swanicide, road head, “Wheelies” and more, as well as dumping his dying new wife, winning back Cheryl and reuniting the Seinfeld cast. Pretty, pretty, pretty good. (HBO)

From Paris With Love
John Travolta and Jonathan Rhys-Meyers are CIA agents in France thwarting a terrorist attack; gunplay, ’splosions, car chases, buddy banter and a ridiculous body count ensue. At least they stop the terrorists— you’re welcome, France. (Lionsgate)

Nip/Tuck: Season 6
The once-groundbreaking/shocking/etc. FX series probably should have ended a couple of years earlier, but the sixth and final season of Nip/Tuck showed some flashes of its old sexy self—until the feel-good finale ep. Skip that. (Warner Bros.)

Z-Rock: Season 2
That quote on the box, “More hysterically profane than anything on HBO or Showtime”? That’s mine! Too bad IFC just canceled Z-Rock, the comedy about a rock trio (NYC’s Z02) who daylight as a kids’ party band—but, I stand by the quote. (IFC)

More New DVD Releases (June 8)
The 41 Year Old Virgin Who Knocked Up Sarah Marshall and Felt Superbad About It, Cop Dog, Cry of the Owl, Family Matters: Season 1, Girls Gone Wild: Hottest California Girls, Goatsucker, iCarly: I Saved Your Life, Power Kids, Shutter Island

Bill Frost: