Number Of Episodes: All 129 Uncut Episodes
Number Of Seasons: The Complete Series, All 5 Seasons
Package: 16 DVD Box Set
Format: Full Screen
Audio Track: English
Compartability: Region 1 For shipment to North America, Region 2 For shipment to Europe and Region 4 For shipment to Australia / New Zeiland
Condition: Brand new & sealed
Years: 1997 - 2002
Broadcast over the course of six years between 1997 and 2002, Dharma and Greg was one of the early 2000’s most highly rated and award winning comedy series.
An instant favorite among viewers right from the very first episode, a large part of the success of Dharma and Greg, stemmed from the fact that the series broke all the rules of the standard sitcom.
Following the lives of the dysfunctional couple Dharma (played by Jenna Elfman) and Gregg (Thomas Gibson), the show rocketed to success with the pairs marriage after a first date, right on the advent of the very first episode.
Becoming a favorite on-screen couple on a par with Rachel and Ross of friends fame, Dharma and Greg became a favorite weekly staple in comedy schedules around the world, as viewers followed the couple learning to love and loath each other throughout each episode.
As an optimistic yoga instructor, Dharma drew viewers in courtesy of her positivity and endless onscreen hippy like antics. Being the polar opposite of partner Greg, the dynamic of the series, therefore, focused for a large part on the clashes of character which arose in each episode, especially given the pairs spectacular whirlwind romance and instant elopement at the shows start.
Detailing a distinctly experimental relationship, Dharma and Greg was funny and uplifting at every turn. Moreover, the superb writing in the show saw viewers laugh with the cast at every one of their trials and tribulations rather than at them.
Evident from the start as being distinctly different from any other sitcom, Dharma and Greg was able to pair ultra-realistic comedy regarding real relationship problems, with more surreal storylines regarding everything from Indian ghost hauntings to Dharma joining a teenage rock band.
However, the real timeless appeal of Dharma and Greg stems from the fact that both Dharma and Greg really are two sides of two different coins. As a republican raised, struggling San Francisco attorney, Greg really is the direct opposite in nature to his often eccentric wife Dharma. The appeal of the show, therefore, centres heavily on the pair's differences, as well as how their family and just as eccentric friends help each overcome these.
Driven just as much by the show's supporting cast as it was the lead roles of Dharma and Greg themselves, show favorites included the likes of Dharma and Greg’s parents and Greg’s ‘lazy lawyer’ friend Peter. In fact, an ongoing side storyline throughout the show revolves around the differing perspectives of Dharma and Greg's parents in regard to their impromptu relationship and nuptials.
Rocketing to success as a top 25 comedy series in the USA during its first three seasons, Dharma and Greg was welcomed onto screens each week by no less than 25 million viewers. Moreover, in large part, the success of the show can be attributed to the expert pairing of Jenna Elfman and Thomas Gibson’s acting with the writing of later Big Bang Theory creator, Chuck Lorre.
Due to the superb writing, acting, and prime time evening airing of the show, Dharma and Greg secured itself as an all-time favorite sitcom by winning no less than eight prestigious Golden Globe nominations.
However, Jenna Elfman winning the likes of the Golden Globe for best comedy actress in 1999, were only part of the story of the shows success. Rather, as well as several Golden Globe nominations, Dharma and Greg was nominated for no less than six Satellite Television awards.
With Dharma and Greg ending in 2002 due to ailing ratings, many viewers initially felt lost without the show. However, even in 2016, the series is still considered an all-time favorite among Netflix viewers and home DVD enthusiasts. In fact, Dharma and Greg is often cited as the straight version of similar show Will & Grace; this and as having parallels to all-time classic shows such as the 1970’s sitcom, I Love Lucy.
In response to the lasting popularity of the show, Dharma and Greg is still regularly repeated on many cable and satellite television networks. In like regard, viewers of Two and a Half Men were left on the edge of their seats in 2012, when Jenna Elfman and Thomas Gibson reprised their roles to cameo in the show.
In the episode in question, neither were directly cited as married (possibly due to legal reasons), however, both played their former characters and were even accompanied by fellow Dharma and Greg costar, Joel Murray.
Now available to own in the series entirety on DVD, the Dharma and Gregg DVD box set means that new and old viewers alike can now relive the very best moments of the show.
Following the early 2000’s favorite odd couple over the course of their first seven years of marital trials and tribulations, viewers can once again become absorbed by the infectious uplifting atmosphere of the show, as well as the series depiction of all too real life relationship dramas and emotional ups and downs.
Hilarious from the start, it’s hard not to fall in love with Dharma and Greg from the outset of the very first episode. The only question is how long will your own love affair with the pair last? This being the case, make sure to get your copy today in order to experience everyone’s all-time favorite relationship comedy all over again.
And the In-Laws Meet
Shower the People You Love With Love
And Then There's the Wedding
Yoga and Boo, Boo
Mr. Montgomery Goes to Washington
He Ain't Heavy, He's My Father
The First Thanksgiving
Do You Want Fries With That?
The Second Coming of Leonard
Dharma and Greg's First Romantic Valentine's Day Weekend
The Official Dharma & Greg Episode of the 1998 Winter Olympics
Daughter of the Bride of Finkelstein
Dharma's Tangled Web
The Cat's Out of the Bag
Spring Forward, Fall Down
Much Ado During Nothing
Invasion of the Buddy Snatcher
Ringing Up Baby
It Takes a Village
Turn Turn Turn
The Paper Hat Anniversary
Unarmed and Dangerous
A Closet Full of Hell
Like, Dharma's Totally Got a Date
Brought to You in DharmaVision
Yes, We Have No Bananas (or Anything Else for That Matter)
The House That Dharma Built
Are You Ready for Some Football?
Death and Violins
Dharma and Greg on a Hot Tin Roof
Dharma and the Horse She Rode In On
See Dharma Run
Run, Dharma, Run
See Dharma Run Amok
Everybody Must Get Stones
Dharma Drags Edward Out of Retirement
It Never Happened One Night
Bed, Bath and Beyond
A Girl Can Dream, Can't She?
The Dating Game
One Flew Over the Lawyer's Desk
Welcome to Hotel Calamari
Play Lady Play
I Did It for You, Kitty
The Very Grateful Dead
Fairway to Heaven
Tie-Dying the Knot
Law and Disorder
Thanksgiving Until It Hurts
Lawyers, Beer and Money
Looking for the Goodbars
Drop Dead Gorgeous
Good Cop, Bad Daughter
The Trouble with Troubadour
Weekend at Larry's
The Spy Who Said He Loved Me
A Night to Remember
The Best Laid Plans
Talkin' About My Regeneration
Your Place or Mine
Hell to the Chief
Be My Baby
Mother and Daughter Reunion
Love, Honor & Olé!
Playing the Field
Hell No, Greg Can't Go
Sleepless in San Francisco
Mad Secretaries and Englishmen
Charma Loves Greb
Let's Get Fiscal
Educating Dharma (1)
Educating Dharma (2)
Dharma Does Dallas
Judy & Greg
Do the Hustle
For Pete's Sake
The Story of K
Pride and Prejudice
How This Happened
The End of the Innocence (1)
The End of the Innocence (2)
With a Little Help From My Friend
Papa Was Almost a Rolling Stone
Try to Remember This Kind of September
Home is Where the Art Is
Wish We Weren't Here
Dream A Little Dream of Her
A Fish Tale
Previously on "Dharma & Greg"
Protecting the Ego-System
Near-Death of a Salesman
It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's ... My Wife
I Think, Therefore I Am in Trouble
She's with the Band
This Diamond Ring
The Tooth Is Out There
The Parent Trap
The Mamas and the Papas (a.k.a. Finale) (1)
The Mamas and the Papas (a.k.a. Finale) (2)
Series cast summary:
Jenna Elfman - Dharma Finkelstein Montgomery
Thomas Gibson - Greg Montgomery
Joel Murray - Pete Cavanaugh
Mimi Kennedy - Abby O'Neil
Alan Rachins - Larry Finkelstein
Mitchell Ryan - Edward Montgomery
Susan Sullivan - Kitty Montgomery
Shae D'lyn - Jane