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“Big Time Rush: Season One, Volume One” Coming to DVD on March 29

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via Nickelodeon press release:

Nickelodeon’s Newest Music Sensation Hits Stores With Their First-Ever DVD!


2-Disc DVD Available on March 29, 2011

NEW YORK, Jan. 10, 2011 — Your favorite four best friends from Minnesota are hitting it big with their first DVD, Big Time Rush: Season One, Volume One.  Kendall, James, Carlos and Logan trade in their hockey sticks and parkas for a chance at music superstardom in Los Angeles, but the road to success isn’t easy!  Can they handle being thrown into the glamorous Hollywood scene and are they dedicated enough to make their dream a reality?  This brand-new two-disc set includes the first eleven episodes of the series plus a bonus episode with special features and guest appearances by Nicole Scherzinger, Chris Masters, Erik Estrada and Lorenzo Lamas.  Watch Nickelodeon’s latest hit series from the very beginning!  Created by Nickelodeon Home Entertainment and distributed by Paramount Home Entertainment, Big Time Rush: Season One, Volume One hits shelves in a special 2-disc DVD package on March 29, 2011 for the suggested retail price of $16.99.

Big Time Rush: Season One, Volume One Episode Synopses:


Big Time Audition

Kendall, James, Carlos and Logan are hockey-playing best friends from Minnesota, whose lives are turned upside down after being discovered by mega-record producer Gustavo Rocque.  Next thing they know, Gustavo moves them to Los Angeles to make them into the next music sensation.

Big Time Crib

The guys are not thrilled with their boring apartment at the Palm Woods.  They hatch a plan to improve it when Gustavo creates a fun “fake” living area for them on a soundstage for an upcoming video shoot.  The guys enlist the help of all of their friends at Palm Woods to move all of the cool games and gadgets from the set to their apartment.

Big Time School of Rocque

The guys get a dose of reality when Gustavo tells them they have to go to school while they live in Los Angeles.  While the boys want to go to the fun school in the Palm Woods, Gustavo has arranged to have their school located at the recording studio.  In the end, the boys do whatever is necessary to take down the “School of Rocque” and go to the Palm Woods school.

Big Time Bad Boy

The record company CEO thinks adding a fifth band member will broaden Big Time Rush’s appeal.  He sticks the guys with a self-proclaimed “bad boy,” who tries to inject dissension and tension within the group.  Ultimately, the guys band together and get him booted out.

Big Time Love Song

The guys all chase the same girl, causing problems in the band for the first time.  Gustavo sees their crush as motivation for a love ballad and struggles to quickly write a syrupy love song for the group to sing.


Big Time Mansion

When Gustavo has to go away on business, he lets the guys watch over his mansion.  Left with five simple “do not do” instructions, Kendall, James, Carlos and Logan soon find themselves breaking every rule, among other things.

Big Time Photo Shoot

The guys are taking their first band photo, but when Gustavo is forced to do community service, the guys must to do whatever it takes to derail the terrible ideas Griffin has planned for the shoot.

Big Time Break

Spending all of their time together has given the guys cabin fever and they decide to split up.  Kendall tries to court Jo, James learns how to act, Logan sneaks into a woman’s school to attend a math lecture and Carlos and his dad solve a Palm Woods mystery.

Big Time Demos

It’s time for Griffin to decide the future of Big Time Rush.  The guys think they’ll be able to stay in LA while a decision is made, but they learn they’ll have to wait for the news in Minnesota.  Not wanting to leave they must convince Griffin to green light their CD.

Big Time Party

After learning that Gustavo is hosting a party at the studio that the boys are not invited to, the guys decide to host their own party at the Palm Woods.  However, what was intended to be a small gathering of friends quickly becomes a much bigger deal.

Big Time Jobs

The guys have been having too much fun in Hollywood and after breaking stuff at the Palm Woods, Gustavo makes them get jobs to pay off the damages.  Carlos becomes Gustavo’s assistant, James becomes a model and Kendall and Logan start a babysitting service.

Big Time Rush: Season One, Volume One Fast Facts:

Street Date: March 29, 2011

Catalogue: 077024

DVD SRP: $16.99

DVD Running Time: 288 Minutes

Special Features:

  • “Big Time Break” with trivia option Photo Flipbook
  • Music Videos

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