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Does anybody have season two of The Head. Season 1 was released on VHS as the whole series. Did anybody record the show?
-- Rick (email@example.com), October 17, 2003
I bought 'The Head' at Blockbuster Video years ago. I was amazed to find out how bad Mtv's scheduling was because the story never made any real sense on air, (maybe they thought it was like Aeon Flux and each episode could be run seperately from the others). I came to find out the Head episodes were meant to be run 'in sequence' to make sense (oh gee). I've watched it multiple times before I realized there were eps seen on tv not on my tape. Does anyone remember the girl from the group of people who had strange anomalies. This girl had an oversized nose, and some other thing prob way more startling but the big nose is what I noticed most (eeew how horrible). She started dating one of the male members of the group and was taken over by aliens or something. That episode isn't on the tape.
-- Barb e. (Suesuesbeo9@cs.com), October 19, 2003.
Mark, I am totally shocked! Was THAT what was going on? How can I comment on the complexities of Flux if I can't follow the plot to the Head? I should've taken Daria's advice and skipped the mushroom pizza's back then.
-- Barb e. (Suesuesbeo9@cs.com), November 13, 2003.
I own season one, but I didn't even know that there was a season two. I remember watching the show on MTV, but I can't remember any of the episodes that I saw, so I bought the VHS. I didn't even know that a second season even exists... does it? I thought that The Head VHS had all the episodes on it. But hey, I don't know. Anyways, sorry I can't help.
-- Max W (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 19, 2003.
I remember when they showed season 2, but I don't think it ever got released to tape like season 1. I never got a chance to see it season 2, actually, save for the premiere, which involved a talk show confession of love by the CIA agents, IIRC.
-- skye (email@example.com), October 20, 2003.
There was an episode where Jim was getting these horrible headaches. His head swelled up even bigger, Dr. Axel gave him a device to drain out this green liquid. At one point he put the machine on reverse and blew up his head like a balloon to press all the buttons in a room at once.
Someone must have recorded season 2. Anyone with ANY of season 2 e- mail me. There's a season 1 DVD in it for you.
-- Rick (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 20, 2003.
BARB E. that episode with the funny looking girl. He was going to eat her after they were married. That little red haired man with the mower blade through his head loved her and saved her though. "Kick him in the salivary glands!" he yelled, then she kicked him where nuts would be on human. Good stuff!
Does anyone remeber when Jim sells his soul?
-- MDR (nadar@BigPoppaPump.zzn.com), October 24, 2003.
I taped it
-- nomad (email@example.com), October 29, 2003.
Forget the head what about the Brothers Grunt? or Cartoon Sushi? MTV does a lousy job keeping up with releasing shows on vhs or dvd. And when they do release something they do a hack job of it. Just one in a long list of reasons to hate MTV more.
-- Richard N. (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 13, 2003.
MTV did air the episodes of The Head in order when they first aired on MTV's Oddities (I can't account for their rerun schedule). And, like "The Maxx," the video release is edited. There's around twenty minutes chopped out of "The Head Saves the Earth" that originally aired on MTV. Season 2, however, was not released on video at all -- and all but one episode (aired with a behind the scenes special) ran a full 30 minutes with commercials. The one with Jim's horrible headaches and head-draining that Rick mentioned was called "Legend of the Blues." I'm not sure of the one with Raquel (rat-girl) dating a member of the group, but she did date a set of sinister siamese twins in the second season. I've got a few of the second season episodes, but the quality's pretty awful.
-- Jon (Johnny_LaGuardia@stewiesminions.com), April 08, 2004.