WHAT: Geeks staked a claim to much of the summer audience with this comedy hit produced by Judd Apatow, the director of The 40-Year-Old Virgin and Knocked Up. Co-written by and co-starring Apatow regular Seth Rogen, the lead player from Knocked Up, the movie features Jonah Hill, Michael Cera and Christopher Mintz-Plasse as social misfits on a prowl for booze in hopes of scoring with women at a party as high-school graduation nears.
EXTRAS: Along with deleted and extended scenes, there's a run-through from 2002 in which Mr. Rogen reads the part that went to Mr. Hill.
COST: Single DVD, $28.95; two-disc DVD set, $34.95; two-disc Blu-ray set, $43.95 (Sony)
'SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE'
THE COMPLETE SECOND SEASON
WHAT: An eight-disc set packs all 23 episodes from the late-night comedy show's 1976-77 season, which saw Chevy Chase depart but Bill Murray join the cast, which included John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd and Gilda Radner.
COST: DVD set, $69.98 (Universal)
'THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.'
THE COMPLETE SERIES
WHAT: The 1960s spy series arrives on DVD in its entirety with a 41-disc package containing all 105 episodes. The show starred Robert Vaughn and David McCallum as agents for the United Network Command for Law Enforcement, an agency battling a shadowy group bent on world domination.
EXTRAS: Interviews with the two stars and segments on the shows gadgets.
COST: DVD set, $249.95 (Time Life www.timelife.com)
WHAT: The U.S. government bails Kiefer Sutherland out of hellish imprisonment in China -- and promptly turns him over to terrorists for execution. Of course, his day is just beginning as the bad guys set off a nuclear explosion on American soil and Mr. Sutherland's Jack Bauer races to prevent other bombs from going off. A seven-disc set has all 24 episodes from the sixth year.
COST: DVD, $59.98 (20th Century Fox)
'BATTLESTAR GALACTICA: RAZOR'
WHAT: Ten days after its TV premiere, the feature-length movie spinoff of the sci-fi series lands on DVD. Featuring Edward James Olmos, Mary McDonnell and other series cast members, the tale follows the journey of a sister battleship that survives the sneak attack that virtually wipes out humanity.
COST: DVD, $26.98 (Universal)
TAKE IT HOME
JUST OUT: Nanny Diaries and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
COMING TUESDAY: HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL 2 and Interview
DEC. 18: Halloween, Once and Underdog
DEC. 26: American Pie Presents: Beta House and Rush Hour 3
JAN. 1: Shoot 'Em Up
JAN. 8: Dans Paris
JAN. 22: Adrift in Manhattan