winner John Ritter (TV’s “Three’s Company”) and four-time Golden Globe® nominee
Katey Sagal (TV’s “Married with Children”) star as frazzled parents trying to
raise three teenagers in the hilarious television comedy “8 Simple Rules for
Dating My Teenage Daughter.” Re-live the laughs with all 24 episodes from the
hit show’s second season, which originally aired during the 2003-2004 television
season on ABC, on DVD. During its three year run, the show received an Emmy®
(Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series) and a People’s Choice
Award (Favorite New TV Comedy Series In this upbeat family comedy, Paul Hennessy (Ritter) is a sports writer who is
prompted by his wife Cate’s (Sagal) return to nursing to take a more active role
in raising their two teenage daughters, Bridget (Kaley Cuoco, TV’s “The Big Bang
Theory”), and Kerry (Amy Davidson, TV’s “CSI: NY”), and their son Rory (Martin
Spanjers, HBO’s “True Blood”). He is soon overwhelmed by his at-home
responsibilities and misses being a sports writer. Paul begins writing a column
about his struggles with his children and offers advice to people who are in his
same position. His teenage daughters are dating, which sparks the use of the “8
simple rules for dating my teenage daughter.”
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Baby wipes is my favorite product!
love fun films. Hope to win.
desitin cleared everything up
Baby powder was used A LOT in the house when my kids were babies.
The rocker was THE best-I spent alot of time-just rocking my littleone!
a rocking chair came in handy
Diapers, they come in handy.
I can still see John Ritter’s smile and that cock-eyed grin! What a great comedic actor! Fun series! Thanks for the opporunity to win this@
The best baby thing is the swing…my kids would always fall asleep in those things!!
Our bouncy seat – it kept our son entertained for a while so we could get a few things done
Bounce a roo, because it kept both my kids entertained, and its very well made!
Could not live without disposable diapers.
Johnson’s Baby Oil. It kept my baby’s skin moist and protected.
johnsons baby lotion that smells soooooooooooo good i used to love to put it on my kids and it smelled so great
camomille tea, soothes upset stomachs…
Just plain old cornstarch works wonders for diaper rash.
i suppose it would have to be the baby swing!
Baby Swing because it kept my daughter amuzed and entertained and happy.
My 2 Graco baby swings. They are great for helping calm my twins after a hard day 🙂
plain old cornstarch works wonders for diaper rash and to keep your feet comfortable any dry in your sneekers
I would have to say it was the vibrating bouncy seats.My second child had colic and these were lifesavers.We went through about 4 of them in 8 months but they saved a little of our sanity.Thanks!
My favorite would be the baby einstein jumper. He can entertain himself for a little while as I get some work done.
I would have to say the swing as many times they would just fall asleep. So precious.
The best product has been Burt’s Baby Bee Diaper Ointment. It has worked better than any product we’ve tried.
The best baby product I ever used would have to be the baby swing. It saved my sanity on more than one occasion! Thank you for the opportunity to participate in this giveaway!
Baby Magic-smells like a baby.
I love swings for babies!
bouncy chair, it keeps them happy and calm
I would love the chance to win, thanks.
I want to win this dvd
The product that saved our sanity is the exersaucer.
We had a door hanging baby jumper. Kept our son busy for a long time.
The Diaper Genii — particularly once we realized you can use ordinary kitchen trash bags just fine (instead of the “continuous sausage links” liner, the “consumable” element “replaceable for a fee” that the manufacturer loves and suggests)…
I liked the Diaper Genie as a clean way to dispose of my kids dirty diapers
great show ritter ruled
A bouncy chair.
I love my Burts Bees buttermilk baby bath – it makes them so soft and they smell so good!
great prize !!
Ritter was the best
thank you !
I miss John Ritters work he was an amazing actor
Baby wipes, of course! They’re a lifesaver! I love this show, hope I win!
The best baby product I ever used would have to be the baby swing. It was a lifesaver. Thanks.
The wall-hanging baby jumper, my kids loved that when they were babies.
the best item ever is the portable playareas so they can sit, nap and play and be safe when visiting others..next would be the sling- thank you lord for less achy arms
Hands down, my travel baby swing. My boys amused themselves in it, slept in it at night, napped in it during the day, and it folds right up.
I agree with Sandy, but in my day they were called playpens. An awesome way to have your child with you and safe where ever you went!
Best product is baby oil! You can use that for anything!!
I had a vibrating seat for my collic baby and I burned out 3 motors- but it was a lifesaver.
i want to win
Great show. Hope I win.
When our babies had diaper rash(remember cloth diapers)years ago,Desitin lotion was a lifesaver.
The best product I ever used was Desitin. Kept the diaper rash at bay! Mind you, this was over 30 years ago when the kiddos were babies! Thank you!
What a classic show!
Baby wipes has to be one of the best inventions ever! From cleaning up the diaper area to washing hands and faces, they just cant be beat.
LOL – when my children were young, we had this walker/bouncer kind of thing. It didn’t move, but we would put them in that thing for hours and they’d be entertained.
Love this show – hope I win!
Wooo Hooo Make me a winner!
The changing table. It saved me from a broken back.
Love the Boppy! Thanks for the chance.
baby oil, it’s great for lots of things
this was a great show… John Ritter was the best. thanks for a the great giveaway
I think the baby bouncer is great. It allows you to have your hands free when needed and babies love them. Now they have music, lights and they get to bounce.
Honestly I don’t have children of my own yet, so I have never used any baby products. But that day will come. This was a great show. John Ritter is sadly missed. Thank you for the chance to win.
My life spans the introduction of the disposable diaper so that’s my choice. Please accept my entry. Thank you.