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Undeclared: Complete Series

Cast: Jay Baruchel, Jay Baruchel, Charlie Hunnam, more...
Director: Jake Kasdan, Greg Mottola, Jay Chandrasekhar, more...
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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: Shout! Factory
Genre: Television, Comedy TV
Languages: English
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Undeclared: Complete Series (Bonus Disc)

Undeclared: Complete Series (Disc 1 of 4) (2001)
Described by the Fox Network as "Freaks and Geeks Goes to College" (both series were produced by Judd Apatow), the weekly half-hour sitcom Undeclared offered a glimpse into college dorm-room life, 21st century style. As the title indicated, the series focused on a group of nerdish freshmen who were not quite certain what their major would be, but were determined to have a lot of fun making that decision. For incoming student Steven Karp (Jay Baruchel), the dorm was not exactly a home away from home, inasmuch as his recently divorced father Hal (played by iconoclastic balladeer Loudon Wainwright III) insisted upon dropping in from time to time, just to be a "pal" to his son's new roommates. Among the regulars was Charlie Hunnam as Lloyd, an erstwhile theater arts major, and Carla Gallo as Steven's self-styled "soul mate," Lizzie. Undeclared debuted on September 25, 2001, hammocked between Fox's That '70s Show and Love Cruise: The Maiden Voyage. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

Undeclared: Complete Series (Disc 2 of 4)

Undeclared: Complete Series (Disc 3 of 4)

GreenCine Says: Undeclared came from the creators of Freaks and Geeks, and was similarly given the shaft by its network, despite critical praise and a quickly developing cult following. It lasted but one season, but if it's any comfort, that makes it easier to own the entirety of this amusing series about college life on DVD. Fans of F&G will recognize a couple of actors here (Seth Rogen and Jason Segel) as well as the endearing, unpretentious humor of creators Judd Apatow, Paul Feig and company. We declare Undeclared to be equally perceptive and hilarious. If you missed it the first time around, now's your chance.

GreenCine Member Ratings

Undeclared: Complete Series (Bonus Disc)
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7.33 (9 votes)
Undeclared: Complete Series (Disc 1 of 4) (2001)
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7.40 (20 votes)
Undeclared: Complete Series (Disc 2 of 4)
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7.80 (15 votes)
Undeclared: Complete Series (Disc 3 of 4)
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7.23 (13 votes)

GreenCine Member Reviews

what happened? by KJoan June 1, 2006 - 10:50 PM PDT
3 out of 4 members found this review helpful
I liked the first two discs, but the third became repetitious and somewhat like Three's Company: Formula plot a missunderstanding that leads to confusion which finally gets resolved. Again. But you have to watch it, because it is the next disc, and the second disc was good and maybe something else interesting will happen. OK so this is unfair, as I did watch the third disc all the way through. I just remember being p... upset by the end of the disc.

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