Special features include an interactive featurette Pie Time: Time For Pie broken down by separate episodes, which feature interviews with creators of the show, set designers, and special effects team members.
DVD General Information
Warner Home Video
Three-Disc Set: DVD-9
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Barry Sonnenfeld, Paul Edwards, Adam Kane, Peter O
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD exhibits good shadow delineation, with details in the darkest scenes easily visible. Black levels are somewhat elevated, but they are consistently so, and the raised levels are not much of a distraction. Compression artifacts can be distracting at times, but generally the image is clean. Colors are very bright with deep saturation, but contrast is balanced well. Fleshtones are too red with unnaturally hot highlights, and excessive noise can be recognized in the darker scenes. Edge enhancement is minor, though. (Danny Richelieu)
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