Get deep into the lives of Chicago Street Residence Hall RAs in this funny series based on the real lives of the show's creators. Join Daniel Knolls, Mitch Michaels, Steven Thompson, and Christi Vanderbilt as they try to not only survive college but also keep the fictional University of Illinois dorm civil while still having their own fun. During the series first season Daniel must come to terms with his new position as the rookie resident advisor under the tutelage of Mitch as he struggles to keep the likes of Drunk David and Jacob Winters from destroying the building. As Christi nears the end of her college career she must learn to come to terms with her own self identity and her feelings towards the strong willed Alexis Card. Steven meanwhile plans to just see how many tick marks he can add to his note card of debauchery.The second season sees the addition of two new RAs to C.S.R. in the forms of Henry and Katharine Joan; an over zealous and super strict rookie and an Internet addicted sophomore. Together they help their fellow staff members watch over the residents and have a little fun on the side. Sometimes you have to deal with crazy residents; sometimes you just go out and have a blast yourself.Bonus Features:- Blooper reels for both season 1 and 2- Production slideshows from both seasons 1 and 2- The previously limited released documentary "A Look At Homosexuality in OFD!" by creator Derek Klein- Second Life, A Daniel Knolls Film- Select episode commentaries by creators Derek Klein & Marc Morin Jr.- And more!This product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.
Maggie, when you grow up and are incredibly beautiful and intelligent and possess a certain sweetness that's... that's like a distant promise to the brave, to the worthy, could you please not beat to a pulp every miserable bastard that comes your way simply because you can? Could you not do that?
I forgot to tell you that Sammy is allergic to shellfish and dander. And also, he's not allowed to watch commercial TV. And no matter what he says, he has to hold your hand when he crosses the street. Oh, and also, if you go to the playground, I'd like you to check the sandbox first, because you never know what people throw in there. And, also... OK. Bye.