In an interview, Ozzy stated that, while he was happy that certain broadcasts of the show outside of the United States, particularly the Canadian broadcasts, were uncensored, he actually preferred the censored version. As the cursing was more noticeable, due to the bleeps.
Sharon negotiated the family's contracts for the second season of "The Osbournes." Each family member will receive $5 million, for a total of a $20 million salary; MTV must also pay all expenses to build the family a new home, and pay for their dog's therapy bills.
Even though Aimee Osbourne has declined numerous times to appear on the show, she does make a cameo on "The Osbournes - Season 2 Uncensored" DVD as one of the commentators on the last two shows on Disc 2, along with Sharon and Ozzy and can also be seen briefly during the wedding vow renewal.
MTV's TV series Cribs (2000), is a show that brings MTV's cameras into the homes of rock celebrities. Legend has it that one of the producers of Cribs was so impressed with the Osbourne family's eccentricities that they proposed a reality show around the family.