Hot in Cleveland fans can relive the latest episodes with the new DVD set Hot in Cleveland: Season Four, which is currently available now. We have an exclusive clip from this set, featuring one of the season's most memorable moments, a guest star appearance by comedy legend Mary Tyler Moore. Take a look at this scene, then read on to learn more about this TV DVD set.
In the fourth season, Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves, Wendie Malick and Betty White all reunite with some familiar faces from their family, career and love lives, including the highly-anticipated Mary Tyler Moore Show reunion with Valerie Harper, Cloris Leachman and Georgia Engel. Whether they're caught in a love triangle at their new job, landing major movie roles or preparing for a wedding (hush hush) these four fabulous women make Cleveland the hottest destination on DVD. The season features additional outstanding guest appearances by William Shatner, Carol Burnett, Regis Philbin and more, plus, don't miss the show's first-ever fully LIVE episode, "It's Alive".
- "Look Who's Hot Now" featurette
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