Imaginary Bitches DVD on Sale Nov. 3!!!



The Bitches Are Back
. If you’re like me and have been going through withdrawals every Friday night for a Catherine and Heather fix (the shakes are always the worst part), then have I got news for you. Everyone’s favorite Imaginary Bitches are back, and they’ve brought their flesh and soap counterparts Eden Riegel (Bianca, All My Children), Elizabeth Hendrickson (Chloe, The Young and the Restless), Greg Rikaart (Kevin, Y&R), Connie Fletcher Staton (ex-Erin, AMC), Sam Page (ex-Trey, AMC) and Brooke Nevin along for the ride.

Our pal Andrew Miller, who created the brilliant series— and graciously offers to help Eden run lines for her upcoming girl-on-girl makeout scenes with Tamara Braun— just sent me the link to the trailer for IB’s first season DVD on sale Nov. 3.

"The Imaginary Bitches DVD is widescreen, has all 13 episodes, plus really funny and revealing cast interviews where the girls talk about being single and who they talk to when no one’s around," said Miller. "It also has really funny bloopers and the first-ever episode commentaries that feature imaginary actresses!"

I don’t know about you, but I’m so excited I could quife. In fact, I just did! Imaginary Bitches: The Complete First Season can be purchased starting Nov. 3 at www.imaginarybitches.com.


5 Responses

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    dellygrim

    I’m also curious about pricing. It would be nice to have the show in an easy to share format so that I can pressure people who don’t watch web shows to give it a look. And I’m sure the bonus features will be a hoot. I’m not sure how much I’m willing to pay for it and I’m eager to see what they think it’s worth. If it’s reasonable I’ll definitely grab a copy. I really want to give them every reason to continue the series.

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    Jamey Giddens

    I believe it will be the length of a typical movie on DVD. Each episode was about eight minutes, so that would be 104 minutes, then with the added features it would easily be two hours like most movies.

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