You might wonder how it’s possible for a reality show to have bloopers. How are bloopers different from the other things that go on? Not much, except for those instances where the crew gets involved (cameras falling down, that kind of thing). All of this is strung together by Puck, who seems to think he is entertaining. Beyond boring.
The audio is a faithful reproduction of the TV experience, for what it’s worth. The music has decent surround presence, a…d the dialogue is clear. We’re not really talking much by way of sound design here, so there’s not too much to report.
The colours are good, the transfer trouble-free. But that should come as no surprise, and since the original material is, by reason of its very creation, fairly raw, it would be kind of hard to screw it up.
An animated and scored menu leads you, surprise surprise, more bloopers. That, and some outtakes from Puck, just in case you couldn’t get enough of this guy.
I watched this so you wouldn’t have to. But I guess the range of season boosts this marginally up the entertainment ladder from the position held by The Real World: Chicago.
Special Features List
- Bonus Bloopers
- Puck Outtakes