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Let me get the gripes I have about the set out of the way:
That dumb new logo they put at the end of every episode. Why didn't they just put it with the others when you put in the disc and when it ends? I wonder, since the show was done at Metromedia, if they originally ended with that MPC logo?
I wish they would've included info with episode numbers and years. All you can tell is that some of them were made in 1976, and others were not. They were obviously not in chronological order. The only episodes on this set that would be considered "milestones" are the 100th episode, and one where a team broke the record for lowest score. But it doesn't have the first or last episodes, or definitely not that 90-min. special.
Companies that put together these sets usually figure that people have read about or seen such-and-such online, so they put that episode on the set. The "Match Game" set includes the "school riot episode" for that reason, I believe. Unfortunately, don't expect to see that Tom Kennedy & Richard Deacon Vs. Ed Ames & McLean Stevenson episode here.
What I like about it:
Of course, that it was put together at all! I like the fact that some company is putting together a DVD set of yet another interesting, obscure show!
Again, at least they DID include a couple of "milestone" episodes.
There was one episode that included commercials for Colgate-Palmolive involving a free bowling promotion. This may be annoying to some folks, but I think it's neat that the long blank space in the tape between one of those commercials and the next part of the show is kept in!Read more ›
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