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Wanda at Large (DVD Set! Stars Wanda Sykes

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Wanda at Large Cast
This is a Rare & Hard to Find TV series!

A MUST in any DVD collection!

Very funny and a GREAT comedy!

GREAT Cast! Especially Wanda Sykes!

This is a 4 disc set!

No cover art or labels!

Just the DVD's in DVD sleeves!

If you are outside of the U.S.A. the shipping is $10.00 No EXCEPTIONS!

The quality is 9 1/2 out of 10! It's that GREAT!


Wanda Sykes

Phil Morris

Tammy Lauren

Dale Godboldo

Robert Bailey Jr.

Jurnee Smollett


Wanda at Large is a Fox network sitcom that ran for two seasons in 2003. It starred comedian Wanda Sykes as Wanda Hawkins, an outspoken stand-up comic who is chosen to be a correspondent on a Washington, D.C., political talk show. However, Wanda's mannerisms infuriate the show's moderators (Phil Morris and Ann Magnuson). At home, Wanda must manage her sister-in-law (Tammy Lauren), who is raising two children Holly (Jurnee Smollett), and Barris (Robert Bailey Jr.). The show brought her stand-up comedy talents and opinions to the show.

Wanda at Large premiered on FOX on March 26, 2003, following American Idol. It gradually decreased in the ratings, premiering with 14.3 million viewers, and falling down to 10 million by the season finale. It still averaged 12.2 million for the six-episode season, however, making it the fourth highest-rated show on FOX that year out of 26, and leading FOX to renew the show. Its first-season finale aired in April 2003. In September, the show returned with new episodes in the Friday night death slot at 7:30 Central time, only to be canceled on November 7 along with the new show Luis.

Episode Guide:

* Season 1
o Pilot (originally aired March 26, 2003)
o Death of a Councilman (originally aired April 2, 2003)
o Wanda & Bradley (originally aired April 9, 2003)
o Alma Mater (originally aired April 16, 2003)
o King Rat (originally aired April 23, 2003)
o Wanda's Party (originally aired April 30, 2003)

* Season 2
o The Favor (originally aired September 19, 2003)
o Hurricane Hawkins (originally aired September 26, 2003)
o Where's Roger (originally aired October 3, 2003)
o Bradley Has a Friend (originally aired October 17, 2003)
o Leave Your Daughter at Home Day (originally aired October 31, 2003)
o Clowns to the Left of Me (originally aired October 31, 2003)
o They Shoot Reporters, Don't They? (originally aired November 7, 2003)
o Back to the Club (originally aired November 7, 2003) [Last episode to air on Fox first run]
o Twas the Knife Before Christmas (un-aired) In this set!
o Only Built for Cuban Wandas (un-aired) In this set!
o Plane Trip (un-aired) In this set!
o The Unnatural (unaired) NOT in this set!
o Did Wanda Say a 4-Letter Word? (unaired) NOT in this set!


Sykes during an interview with the Urbanite Magazine at Georgia State University explained that the show was only supposed to be on Friday night for an interim basis. "Fox told us if Friday night did not work out, we would be moved," she said. "As you can see, Fox did not keep their promise." She also admitted in a January 2004 interview, she wished that the series would have launched on UPN instead of Fox.

* Wanda's TV station WHDC 11 is named after the show's main character and her state of residency (Wanda Hawkins, District of Columbia).

* The show's theme was written and performed by Mathematics and Method Man.

* When the show was renewed for a second season 13 episodes were ordered and made, but only eight of them were aired.