This qualifies as a BARGAIN OF THE THE WEEK. You can have all six season of 3rd Rock From the Sun on 17 DVDs for only $18.99 on AMAZON! That’s about a dollar a DVD! I’m a big fan of the cast: High Commander, Dick Solomon (John Lithgow), Doctor Albright (Jane Curtin) decorated military officer, Sally (Kristen Johnston), seasoned intelligence specialist, Tommy (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and Harry (French Stewart). With this set you get all 139 episodes and these Extras: Candid Interviews, Best Of Moments, Blooper Reels, Season Highlights, Audio Commentaries, Episode Previews, The Alternate FINAL EPISODE Ending. What’s your favorite 3rd Rock episode?

28 thoughts on “3rd ROCK FROM THE SUN: THE COMPLETE SERIES (17 DVD Set)

  1. Deb

    I like the episode where Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin have to stop Tracy Morgan from being part of a dog-fighting gang…oh wait, that’s 30 ROCK! I’m afraid I didn’t watch much 3rd ROCK when it was on–I do remember a funny line where Kristen Johnson buys a whole bunch of women’s magazines and, after reading them, says it’s as if Earth women are part of some weird estrogen cult.

    1. george Post author

      Deb, my favorite episode is when John Lithgow’s character starts smoking. Jane Curtain, his girlfriend, cautions him on the dangers of smoking. Curtain says, “Smoking will take years off your life!” Lithgow responds, “Yes, but those are crappy years at the end of your life.” Best defense of smoking I’ve ever heard!

  2. Rick Ollerman

    Melissa liked the show but it made me leave the room. Even when I found bits to be funny it just didn’t click with me. It is a good bargain, though, but still not for me.

  3. maggie mason

    I agree, the earlier years were the best. I really enjoyed it, but probably missed the last season or so (this was before DVR and recording 5 shows at once)

    I don’t remember enough about them to remember a favorite. And hasn’t Joseph Gordon-Levitt really grown as an actor?

      1. Jeff Meyerson

        He started out as D. J.’s weird, annoying friend on ROSEANNE. Then he was David Hyde-Pierce’s son on the often amusing John Forsythe sitcom THE POWERS THAT BE.

  4. Jeff Meyerson

    I love the one where Dick and Officer Don go to see the Lord of the Prance. I also loved all the little aside comments, like when the four of them were all reading Grisham books, which were basically interchangeable.

    This was probably the last comedy I really loved. I put this in my Amazon cart.

  5. Mike Doran

    Does this set include the episode with the 3D sequences – and the wherewithal to watch them?

    I mean, I’m probably going to get this anyway, but I would appreciate knowing ahead of time ..

  6. wolfi

    Haven’t watched this at all – though it must have been on German tv, probably in some late night spot.

    But I generally have a problem with US sitcoms – does this also have “canned laughter”? That’s one thing I’ve always hated.


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