Being Human

Being Human

Season Three

DVD - 2011
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Leaving the memories of their much-loved former house behind, George, Nina, and Mitchell settle into their new home, a kitschy B&B named Honolulu Heights that boasts many benefits for supernatural types: a large basement providing safe haven on a full moon, for starters.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : British Broadcasting Corporation ; Burbank, CA : Distributed in the USA and Canada by Warner Home Video 2011
ISBN: 9780780676633
Branch Call Number: DVD Being 3
Characteristics: 3 videodiscs (ca. 460 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in


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May 30, 2012

Had a problem playing disk 2. there was some damaged areas that my computer skipped over but there was also some other glitches. in episodes 3 & 4. Anybody else have the same problem or was it just my copy?

May 12, 2012

Season three of Being Human finds the foursome settled into a former B&B in Wales. George and Nina discover some startling news. Mitchell and Annie begin a romantic relationship. However, trying to remain off the grid proves difficult as creatures of all sorts seem to show up at the group's doorstep. In a very scary development Harrick has risen from the grave and makes an unwelcome appearance.

Feb 21, 2012

I was all ready to write "ooh, a tall dark and broody vampire but now he's all nice and good, gee I've never seen THAT before on TV...." then, after 3 seasons of watching this show, I suddenly realized that I actually HAVE never seen this on TV before. These useless, indecisive, cowardly, weak characters are not cardboard cut-out villains (er, well, maybe the villains are, bad example) or standard heroes. When the chips are down, when it really matters, these characters....continue to mess up, be stupid, betray each other, misunderstand each other, and keep trying to help each other. The heroic moment comes, and goes, and they're still panicking. If that's not being human, I don't know what is. Characters I don't like live, characters I do like die: is that any way to make a TV show??!! Frustrating, but I finally realize, entirely original. I dare you to predict what will happen. You can't, it doesn't follow the rules.

roadshowrigoletto Feb 15, 2012

A serious bit of commentary will likely come later. Something along the lines of "Just exactly when did vampires and werewolves become all squishy?," as if I don't know that the answer is a one worder, i.e., "Twilight,." But not as yet. Comments now will be restricted to disk issues, as in how problematic it was to get the first disk to play. Without fits and stops. As my computer can be the more senstive of DVD drives, prone to rejecting disks for reasons unknown, I was using a DVD player and the first disk of this set just didn't want to play through without lapsing into a display of the symptoms of some digital Parkinsonism.

Oct 02, 2011

A good season, although it stalls a bit in the middle. Also, (spoiler alert), hard to imagine the next season without Mitchell.


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Danielle Larson
Jun 07, 2012

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Danielle Larson
Jun 07, 2012

hint hint they kill both Goerge and Annie and Eve( the baby) and bring in Tom and a Vampire named hal and a newly dead ghost named Alex......They kill the best characters off!!!!!!!!!


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