The Guild: Seasons 1 and 2 DVD
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Cyd Sherman, a.k.a. Codex (Felicia Day) has hit bottom. Dumped by her boyfriend, her employer and her therapist, she drowns her sorrows the way any modern girl would: in the world of online gaming. But after a fellow player mistakes their in-game rapport for real-world romance and shows up on her doorstep, Codex brings all of the members of her online guild face-to-face with very awkward results. With over 20 million worldwide views, THE GUILD is "a rare jewel in the Web TV world" (LOS ANGELES TIMES). This 2-DVD set includes all 22 episodes from seasons 1 and 2, along with loads of exclusive bonus material not seen on the Internet. Bonus Features: Cast & Crew Interviews; Audition Footage; Gag Reels; Audio Commentaries; Table Read; Script PDF Files; Play All Feature; English Subtitles.
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