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Some Assembly Required - Find Out How Things are Built with Seasons 1 & 2 on DVD


Image Ent. releases the Discovery Channel show this October

Posted by David Lambert
6/12/2009
 
The Discovery Channel and Image Entertainment have announced the DVD release of Some Assembly Required - Seasons 1 & 2. This collection of 19 episodes is due to arrive on October 13th, at a cost of $24.98 SRP. Details aren't available right now, nor do we have any box art. But we do have the studio description of this set for you:
    Fascinated with how things are built? From bowling balls to BMWs, every object has a story and an incredible process behind it. You'll be amazed at the engineering that goes into a golf ball, the danger involved with manufacturing aluminum foil and the strange origin of plate glass windows. In these 19 episodes from Seasons 1 and 2, we travel the world to explore the mysteries of how these and many other everyday and extraordinary items are conceived and manufactured. When it comes to the imagination and the drive to make new and astonishing products, there are no limits!

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