Carpoolers is a hilarious sitcom about four very different guys who bond while carpooling to and from work. They are a divorced playboy, a henpecked breadwinner, a newlywed and a traditional conservative. And now this great series is finally available to own on DVD!
Four guys who carpool to work every day come to savor their commute as the only safe time to commiserate about jobs, families - and secrets. Even though "what happens in the carpool stays in the carpool," they'll go beyond the boundaries of this fast-moving commuter confessional to get involved in each other's lives and develop friendships.
Gracen (Fred Goss) is the unofficial leader of the carpool pack. As a professional mediator, he thinks he's a problem solver, but more often he's a causer.
He seeks fairness in an unfair world, and so finds himself in the middle of situations because he's compelled to be there.
Laird (Jerry O'Connell) is Gracen's playboy dentist neighbour and best friend. He thinks his life is an unending quest for stories - and women.
In the middle of a messy divorce, he allows himself to live a little and taunts the other carpoolers with the freedom of his near-single status. He would never admit that he secretly misses marriage.
Laird constantly leads the carpoolers into adventures, but once there, he isn't sure what to do.
Aubrey (Jerry Minor) is a sweet but intense pushover at the bottom of the family food chain. The daily ride has become the only peaceful time in his life. Forty-five minutes, two times a day - he needs the carpool the most.
Always quick to come to the carpoolers' aid, he believes in the brotherhood almost to a fault. Only the carpoolers know he's boiling inside, because "in the carpool lane, no one can hear you scream."
Dougie (Tim Peper) is the eager newlywed. He doesn't know all the rules of the Carpooler Society, often breaks them, and has to have the ways of the world explained to him by his tribal elders, the three other carpoolers.
He and his wife, Cindy, are the perfect modern couple, but as you get to know them, you start to see their cracks. Dougie is the guy who seems to have it all together, yet he's drawn to the carpoolers for a little excitement.
The carpoolers will both instigate problems for Dougie and help him deal with the realities of life to come.
Additional stars include Faith Ford (Hope and Faith) as Leila Brooker, Alison Munn (That '70s Show) as Cindy and comedian T.J. Miller (The Standard Deviants) as Marmaduke Brooker.
- The Carpoolers DVD collection is a box set as shown above, all episodes are organize from pilot to finale.
- The DVD collection includes custom artwork and episode guides so you can find your favorite episode at anytime
- The DVD collection is formatted region free so they will play on any DVD player, DVD-ROM X-Box or PS2 Worldwide
- All DVDs are presented in full screen, commercial free and unedited. Exactly the same as it was shown in American television.
- Presented in English