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The Osbournes, Season 3, Episode 8: Stir-Crazy & Bored, by Dale Sherman: Ozzy is bored. So are the editors at MTV. That’s the episode this week. Still, Dale Sherman dug through the episode and found some other little bits and pieces to discuss this week.
The Osbournes, Season 3, Episode 7: Lies, Lies, I Can’t Believe a Word You Say, by Dale Sherman: Just when you think The Osbournes have nothing left to say, the show turns around and packs a good episode into the mix. Ozzy gets an invite from the Prime Minister of Canada and Kelly takes a bath. Someone is lying, but who will figure it out first? You'll be surprised as Dale Sherman reviews this week's episode.
The Osbournes, Season 3, Episode 6: Where Were We?, by Dale Sherman: After a hiatus of several weeks, the third season of The Osbournes finally returns to the screen. The episode opens three weeks after the ATV accident that put Ozzy in the hospital, and he’s ready to come home. . . or have a pastry. Meanwhile, Sharon is getting fed up with her talk show, and Jack gets a haircut. Exciting? Not really, but it has its moments and Dale Sherman is here to tell the tale.
The Osbournes, Season 3, Episode 4: The Family Jewels… and How to Lose Them , by Dale Sherman: Ozzy’s lost something, Sharon has found something, and Colin (the dog) will soon be missing something. One way or another it’s still the “family jewels,” and Dale Sherman has the details.
The Osbournes, Season 3, Episode 3: Foreshadowing, by Dale Sherman: A Day in the Life episode comes our way, with Ozzy showing off his studio to anyone interested, Sharon plotting DMX’s appearance (and maybe his demise) for her show, and Jack taking up model-making with his friends. Dale Sherman has the details.
The Osbournes, Season 3, Episode 2: Hit the Road, Jack , by Dale Sherman: It is Jack’s 18th birthday and he gets a BMW. He’s happy, but will his nerves keep up when he has to take his driving test? Dale Sherman has the answers in this week’s recap.
The Osbournes, Season 3, Episode 1: The Turn of the Screw, by Dale Sherman: The Osbournes return to MTV for their third season with an opener that shows Sharon a bit miffed over her new daytime talk show. She’s desperate for someone in the family to help her win over the producers by appearing on the show, and she sets her eyes on Ozzy. Will Ozzy make a stand and refuse? What is Sharon hiding? We’ll find out as Dale Sherman returns to review the new season.
‘The Osbournes Family Christmas Special’: Better Than ‘The Brady Family Hour’, by Dale Sherman: It’s Christmas Eve here at the RNO corral, and what better time to review the new Osbournes MTV special? With another season just around the corner as well, regular Osbournes reviewer Dale Sherman takes a look at what has been going on with the family, what to possibly not expect in the new season, and what to avoid in the Christmas special.
The Osbournes, Season 2, Episode 20: Editing Is Your Friend, by Dale Sherman: Kelly’s romance with Bert is in serious question. But that’s not as important as the family and the crew getting a dig in at people waiting to see the family fall to pieces. Dale Sherman looks at the fallout and examines what worked and didn’t work in the final episode of the season.
The Osbournes, Season 2, Episode 19: Bye Bye Babies, by Dale Sherman: The household seems empty as Jack and Robert go off to England while Kelly heads off to tour. On the other hand, Ozzy has found two new loves – his old synthesizer and carrot cake. It’s separate adventures for everyone as The Osbournes heads towards the end of the second season, and Dale Sherman has all the details.
The Osbournes, Season 2, Episode 18: Angler Management, by Dale Sherman: Ozzy’s been waiting seventeen years to take Jack fishing, and finally does so in this episode. Does the excursion go reel-ly well, or do they wind up all wet?
The Osbournes, Season 2, Episode 17: A Little Ditty about Jack and Brieanne , by Dale Sherman: Jack falls under the spell of Brieann. Meanwhile, Ozzy tries to read some lyrics to a busy Sharon, and Sharon is perplexed about Ozzy’s attitude about the food and Jack’s mysterious tattoo. All this and Courtney Love doesn’t want you looking at her [bleep]. Dale Sherman has all the details.
The Osbournes, Season 2, Episode 16: Tennis Racket, by Dale Sherman: New neighbors seem to be playing tennis at all hours of the day and night and the Osbournes are getting fed up with the noise. Jack decides to take matters into his own hands, but he may not be prepared for the backlash. Meanwhile, Kelly sneaks a new cat home, while the others start disappearing. Dale Sherman has the details.
The Osbournes, Season 2, Episode 15: Mama, I’m Staying Home, by Dale Sherman: Sharon, Kelly, and Melinda head off to New York, leaving Ozzy with Tony and Rob at the house. Ozzy breathes sweet freedom, gets utterly bored, and goes shopping for kitchen utensils. Meanwhile in New York, Kelly and Sharon wrestle for no good reason, and Melinda has a surprise that she can’t stop talking about. All this and the latest Osbournes news from Dale Sherman!
The Osbournes, Season 2, Episode 14: Kelly’s Latest Hit, by Dale Sherman: Sharon and Ozzy decide to go to Maui for a weekend. Jack decides it is the perfect time to have a drunken pool party, while Kelly tries to get some sleep. Both end up getting hurt, but only one gets that last laugh, and Dale Sherman has all the details.
The Osbournes, Season 2, Episode 13: Run, Ozzy, Run, by Dale Sherman: It’s Ozzy’s birthday! There’ll be fireworks, cake, dogs fighting, a five-mile run, and a BMW that won’t stop talking back to Ozzy. Dale Sherman has all the details.
The Osbournes, Season 2, Episode 12: Flea’s a Crowd, by Dale Sherman: The Osbourne house is jumpin', but not in the rocking kind of way. Fleas have taken over the house, while Kelly wants to jump over to Philadelphia to see her boyfriend. Not much else happens, but that's all you really need to get a good episode going, and Dale Sherman has all the details.
The Osbournes, Season 2, Episode 11: What a Boy Needs, by Dale Sherman: The third season of The Osbournes begins and it's another Jack and Kelly episode! But don't be fooled, the story takes place long before the end of the second season, with time-displacement everywhere! It's Jack's birthday, and Kelly has Christina Aguilera stalking her. The headaches are already starting and Dale Sherman has the details.
Gearing Up for Season Three of ‘The Osbournes’, by Dale Sherman: The third and final season of The Osbournes begins June 10, and regular Osbournes recapper, Dale Sherman, returns to get readers ready for the new season with a little bit of an update on the family and also a review of the “lost episode” of The Osbournes.
Catching Up on the Osbournes, by Dale Sherman: The third season of the series starts next month, but Dale Sherman is here with some news as to what has been happening to the family since the ending of the second season. Kelly and Sharon getting aggressive while Jack seeks rehab are the two bigger news items, while talks of an Ozzy bio-pic is still in the works. Read on for more details.
Reality News Update, April 7: Superheroes, Comedians, and Sharon Osbourne, by David Bloomberg: In this update on the world of reality TV, we cover Sharon Osbourne’s health, a new show looking for superheroes, and an update on a summer show that will discover new comedians. Let’s take a look.
The Osbournes, Season Two in Review: Awkward Moments at the Party, by Dale Sherman: The Second Season of The Osbournes brought a lot of similarities to the first season, but also a lot of emotional changes. Emphasis moved from the adults to the children, while likeability of the participants was also altered. Screwy time-displacements were on display, and why for heaven’s sake was Jason Dill brought back? Dale Sherman tries to dig up some answers as he looks back at Season Two.
The Osbournes, Season 2, Episode 10: My Big Fat Jewish Wedding, by Dale Sherman: It's the end of the second season of The Osbournes, with Sharon and Ozzy renewing their wedding vows. Sharon is excited, but Kelly does not take well to the ceremony, Jack doesn't take well to having his eyebrows waxed, and Ozzy takes to the booze. Dale Sherman has all the details.
The Osbournes, Season 2, Episode 9: Guess Whose Birthday It Is, by Dale Sherman: It's time for Kelly's 18th birthday and the family decides to travel to Las Vegas. Jack wants to party in a cool, pseudo-Hugh Hefner way. Kelly, however, decides to completely lose it and embarrass the family. Hard to believe? Dale Sherman has the details.
The Osbournes, Season 2, Episode 8: Cleanliness Is Next to Ozzyness, by Dale Sherman: Sharon continues her chemotherapy while Ozzy tries the best he can to cope and help. Meanwhile, Jack spends time with Robert. The quietest episode of The Osbournes has aired, and Dale Sherman has the details.
The Osbournes, Season 2, Episode 7: It’s a Hard Knock Life, by Dale Sherman: Kelly is near an emotional breakdown as she continues with her promotional tour. Meanwhile, Jack is near the breaking-point with a band he is working with. It’s another Jack and Kelly special as the seventh episode of the second season arrives, and Dale Sherman is here with the details.
The Osbournes, Season 2, Episode 6: Meow Means No!!, by Dale Sherman: The dogs are causing a trouble in the house, especially Arthur, who is more than frisky. Meanwhile, Kelly finds she has to fire her friend Sarah from her band, and Jack says Jason Dill can come back for a visit. Dale Sherman has the details.
The Osbournes, Season 2, Episode 5: Smells Like Teen Spirits, by Dale Sherman: This week, Sharon’s dad comes to visit, Kelly finds out the consequences of partying too much, Jack stays home, and Ozzy goes on a fitness/burrito craze. Dale Sherman has all the details, plus Osbourne news.
The Osbournes, Season 2, Episode 4: Beauty and the Bert, by Dale Sherman: It's a Kelly episode, with the plot centering around her deepening relationship with a guy named . . . Bert. Name doesn't really send chills up the spine does it? It doesn't for the family either. All in this week's episode of The Osbournes.
The Osbournes, Season 2, Episode 3: The Ozz Man and the Sea, by Dale Sherman: The family is off in different directions and different crises once again. Kelly has gone to Germany and lost her luggage; Jack is off to North Carolina, trying to stay awake; while Ozzy is in Malibu, building a fire on the beach for Sharon.
The Osbournes, Season 2, Episode 2: … Must Come Down, by Dale Sherman: Last week, we saw the Osbournes in high spirits as everything was going well. This week, however, comes the low point as Sharon is diagnosed with cancer, Ozzy fights his alcoholism, and Jack takes a long walk off a short pier. Plus, as always, an update of Osbourne news!
The Osbournes, Season 2, Episode 1: What Goes Up…, by Dale Sherman: Things are looking good for the Osbourne Family as the second season of the series begins: Ozzy and Sharon are off to the White House for a press reception, while Jack and Kelly work on Kelly's MTV performance of her cover of "Papa Don't Preach." It is Spring 2002 as we reenter the Osbournes' world, and things couldn't be better, but trouble is brewing up around the corner.
Catching Up with the Osbournes, by Dale Sherman: As we approach the second season of The Osbournes, Dale Sherman brings us up to date on what has been going on with the family, and also reviews the recent half-hour MTV special that provides some information as well. Everything you wanted to know about the most popular family on reality TV is right here.
Why Does Bill Cosby Hate ‘The Osbournes’? And Why Does It Matter What He Thinks?, by Andrea Shuman: America's Favorite TV Dad, Bill Cosby, was recently quoted as saying he doesn't hold Ozzy and family to very high esteem. So, should we listen to him? Or does he just need to relax?
The Osbournes, Episode 10: What’s It All About… Ozzy?, by Dale Sherman: In the final episode this season, we take a look back. Dale Sherman provides us with the final part of his historical look while Ozzy himself discusses the past and clips -- new and already shown -- are interspersed. In the end, Dale tells us just why this show has been so popular.
The Osbournes, Episode 9: Good Gravy!, by Dale Sherman: It’s Christmas time, giving Sharon the shopping-bug and leaving Ozzy and Kelly depressed. Meanwhile, Mike the security guard gets arrested while the family is away. Shopping and shouting is in store as we head towards a typical Osbourne holiday feast.
The Osbournes, Episode 8: Battle of the Titans, by Dale Sherman: In this corner we have Jack’s messy pet bulldog, Lola. And in the other corner we have Jack’s freeloading moocher friend, Jason Dill. It’s a battle of messy proportions as the family dukes it out over who will stay and who will go. Which will it be: Animal or Vegetable?
The Osbournes, Episode 7: Get Stuffed!, by Dale Sherman: Ozzy celebrates Thanksgiving in a traditional dysfunctional manner; Kelly feels like no one in interested in her; and, back on the road with a bum leg. This, plus Osbourne news and the second part of our Osbourne History.
The Osbournes, Episode 6: “Sharon! Stop This Crazy Thing!”, by Dale Sherman: A largely serious episode of The Osbournes this week, featuring broken bones, secret fears, a fake I.D., and a serious discussion between parents and children. Ozzy chasing a cat brings some levity to the proceedings, however. And what about Ozzy being invited to the White House?!
The Osbournes, Episode 5: Jolly Ol’ Saint Ozzy, by Dale Sherman: Ozzy and his manager/wife, Sharon, prepare for the big Christmas tour. Mind you, this is Christmas in the demented minds of Ozzy & Co. Plus, Dale gives us some great Ozzy Osbourne history.
The Osbournes, Episode 4: Hammy Music, by Dale Sherman: Ozzy's wife (and manager), Sharon, is the focus of episode 4, where -- in a rather strange twist of fate -- the neighbors play loud music that annoys the Osbournes. But watch out when Sharon strikes back.
The Osbournes, Episode 3: For the Record, by Susan Schechter: Ozzy is running all over the country to promote his new CD. Meanwhile, his son has to go to camp and his daughter (Kelly, shown at right) is having a birthday party. There are mohawks, tatoos, and Viagra discussions this week!
The Osbournes, Episode 2: Who Let the Dogs In?, by Ken Kellam III: While one music group got famous asking "Who let the dogs out?," Ozzy Osbourne -- already famous -- wants to know who let 'em in? The answer, of course, is his wife. This episode goes to the dogs as the family tries to figure out what to do with all of them.
The Osbournes, Episode 1: Meet the Family, by Susan Schechter: It's not the Cleavers or the Bradys, that's for sure. It's Ozzy Osbourne and his family in a new reality/comedy series on MTV. So far, no bats have been harmed in the making of this program.
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