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The Osbournes: The Second Season (2002)

Cast: Ozzy Osbourne, Ozzy Osbourne, Sharon Osbourne, more...
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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: Miramax
Genre: Comedies, Television, Television Comedy, Comedy TV, Dysfunctional Families, Reality TV
Languages: English
Subtitles: French
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Synopses
The Osbournes: The Second Season (Disc 1 of 2) (2002)
Anticipation was high for the second season of MTV's The Osbournes, and as viewers once again entered the abode of the notorious metal-head, it appeared as if the zoo had been taken over by the animals. Short on the heels of releasing her cover of Madonna's "Papa Don't Preach," thrush Kelly gears up for her maiden stage performance at the upcoming MTV Movie Awards. Meanwhile, Ozzy and Sharon head for Washington, D.C., to attend a presidential reception at the White House. During the subsequent banquet, Ozzy is singled out by the president during a speech and describes the even as a true highlight of his life. At the same time, Jack stands guard back at the family estate. Despite the seemingly "normal" air of the family, a startling and shattering revelation will soon test the foundation of the family and reveal their true devotion to one another. This episode of The Osbournes features a special guest appearance by actress Natalie Portman. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide

The Osbournes: The Second Season (Disc 2 of 2) (2002)
Arguably the most prolific figure in the history of heavy metal music, Ozzy Osbourne has for decades rocked metalheads to their very core. From his earliest days with the legendary Black Sabbath, to his popular solo efforts, to his massive Ozzfest tour featuring some of the most popular musicians of the genre, the notorious Osbourne has made headlines with his outrageous antics and stricken fear into the hearts of parents around the globe. A colorful personality to say the very least, the world would bear witness to an entirely different side of the metal madman when, in early 2002, reality television pioneer MTV debuted The Osbournes. A massive success that garnered the highest rating ever for an MTV premier and would subsequently build viewership ratings to become one of the most successful cable series' ever (even surpassing that of some network series), The Osbournes would breathe new life into Ozzy Osbourne's career and find his popularity soaring to new heights. With the colorful personalities of wife Sharon and children Jack and Kelly, one could never be sure of what would happen next on The Osbournes. This wild unpredictability, coupled with storylines often alternating between hilarious, poignant, and surreal, provided viewers with the ultimate peek into the personal life of a celebrity. Though many would subsequently attempt to emulate its success, few would lay claim to the fascinating personalities and unique dynamic that made The Osbournes so captivating. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide

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Black Sabbath (videos, concerts, more)
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Videos and concerts form the heavy metal band Black Sabbath. Also includes movies which feature Black Sabbath songs in their soundtracks as well as stuff that Ozzy has done on his own.
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