"What did I tell you about killing your brother in the living room?" Before she screeched the National Anthem, Roseanne Barr was deftly delivering sarcastic jibes like that one as the savvy matriarch of a blue-collar family in this breakthrough 1988-97 sitcom. Extras: Judging by her perfunctory—and rosy—reminiscences, Barr has run out of sass. TV hubby John Goodman has even less to say.
CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM: THE COMPLETE FOURTH REASON (2 discs, $39.98) Series:
Seinfeld creator Larry David hilariously continues to puncture political correctness, whether it's arranging a blind date for a blind friend or introducing a Holocaust survivor to a Survivor contestant. These 2004 episodes mostly have Larry rehearsing as Max Bialystock in Mel Brooks's The Producers and alienating his costars (first Ben Stiller, then David Schwimmer). No extras, but a generous sampling of the Broadway musical.