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    Default TV Series that haven't been released to DVD but should be?

    (or at least really want on DVD)

    Parker Lewis Can't Lose (1990-1993, 73 episodes)
    Herman's Head (1991-1994, 71 episodes)

    and the one I really, really want:
    Double Trouble (1984-1985, 23 episodes) with those delicious Sagal twins.

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    The Equalizer!

    This year, I'm looking forward to Heroes season 1, Prison Break season 2, and House season 3.

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    DVD series I already own:

    Babylon 5 - 5 box sets plus movie sets.

    Battlestar Galactica -I have season 1, need to get season 2 and 3 when released.

    Lost - I have season 1 and 2; will get season 3 when it comes out.

    Crime Story - hard hitting crime drama from 1986-87; 2 seasons.

    Seinfeld - I have the first 5 season; will probably get the rest when they also go on sale for $20 each at BestBuy.


    Hawaii Five-0
    : Haven't decided whether or not I want to commit to all 12 seasons. Will be expensive to get em.

    Series that I don't own but may want to get but may cost way to much to get em all....

    Star Trek The Next Generation.
    Star Trek Deep Space 9
    The X Files
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    Can't wait for The Class to be on DVD. Did pick up McHale's Navy season 1 recently.

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    "The Gilmore Girls"

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    Discovery Channel's "Planet Earth".

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrivener View Post
    (or at least really want on DVD)

    Parker Lewis Can't Lose (1990-1993, 73 episodes)
    Herman's Head (1991-1994, 71 episodes)

    and the one I really, really want:
    Double Trouble (1984-1985, 23 episodes) with those delicious Sagal twins.

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    Red Dwarf (1988-1999, 52 episodes) - greatest show ever! I have all 8 seasons

    Family Guy - I have every single episode, they never get old

    MASH (1972-1983, 256 episode) I have all 7 seasons of this aswell
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    Specifically, in TV shows & mini-series, I have as-complete-as released sets of "The Prisoner," "Red Dwarf," "Monty Python's Flying Circus," "Kids in the Hall," "Northern Exposure," "The Monkees," "Jeeves & Wooster," "God, the Devil & Bob," "Hare Tokidoki Buta" (Japanese; tweaked into "Tokyo Pig" in the US), "Fawlty Towers," "Mr. Bean," "Cosmos," "From the Earth to the Moon," "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy," "Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law," "Space Ghost: Coast to Coast," "The Brak Show," "Creature Comforts," "Black Adder," "Shogun," "Sports Night" and "The Ben Stiller Show," as well as what's been released thus far of "Whose Line is it Anyway?"

    I wish they would release AMC's series, "Remember WENN," about a fictional radio station in the 1930s.

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    Geez. This is what happen when you post stuff past your bedtime. I meant to ask what series you NEED to get that AREN'T AVAILABLE and probably never will. Oh well.

    Cameron, I've never heard of Red Dwarf, but were there really only 50+ episodes in eight seasons? And MASH ran for eleven seasons, all of which are on DVD (and all of which I own, except the eleventh).
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    What baffles me is that the Odd Couple (the tv series, not the movie) is not yet on DVD. I get that for sure.

    Also, I went lookinf for hawaii five-0 the other day....no one had it. I'm gonna get that soon.

    Also. "nanny and the professor" from the late 60's....starring my very first childhood crush, Kim Richards

    So, how are the Hawaii Five-0 Dvd's ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrivener View Post
    Cameron, I've never heard of Red Dwarf, but were there really only 50+ episodes in eight seasons? And MASH ran for eleven seasons, all of which are on DVD (and all of which I own, except the eleventh).
    Hmm your right Scriv There were 11 season of MASH, I only have 7 don't know how I missed that. As for Red Dwarf it's a bbc show only six or so episode per season
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    Quote Originally Posted by scrivener View Post
    Geez. This is what happen when you post stuff past your bedtime. I meant to ask what series you NEED to get that AREN'T AVAILABLE and probably never will. Oh well.
    Hmmm, that would include The Herculoids (HB cartoon series from the 1960's), Day Break, The Invaders (QM series from the 1960's), Shaft and The Flash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrivener View Post
    Geez. This is what happen when you post stuff past your bedtime. I meant to ask what series you NEED to get that AREN'T AVAILABLE and probably never will. Oh well.
    I wondered about that, so disregard my list and just read the last part, about "Remember WENN." There are presently no plans for it to be issued on DVD. After four seasons, AMC cancelled it, leaving several storylines unresolved. A couple years ago, I met with the series' creator/writer (look it up, or just think pina coladas...), and he told me how he would have wrapped them up, given the opportunity.
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    I've never heard of Red Dwarf
    You should check it out, Scrivener. Once you get past some of the northern English (nearly Scots) accents, I think you'd get a kick out of it.
    Quote Originally Posted by scrivener View Post
    And MASH ran for eleven seasons, all of which are on DVD (and all of which I own, except the eleventh).
    There is also a box set of the entire series, including the farewell episode, and a lot of bonus material. It has recently been announced that there will be a separate release of the finale, plus the bonus material from the box set.

    Keep hope alive - for years, it was assumed that (due to music licensing issues) "WKRP In Cincinnati" would never see DVD release. But with a lot of changes, the first season is coming out April 24.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scrivener View Post
    [...]I meant to ask what series you NEED to get that AREN'T AVAILABLE and probably never will. Oh well.[...]
    Ok, so based on Scriv's updated intent I was about to mention the 1954-1956 kid's show, Captain Midnight. I was SUCH a fan!!! Then I did a quick google and, lo and behold, someone had a 5 episode DVD for sale so I bought it!!! I don't really care about the entire 39 episode series...just a few episodes for memory's sake is fine with me. I want my grandkids to see the fluff I used to watch!

    The next search will be for the Mickey Mouse Club...same era as Captain Midnight. Head Mousketeer Jimmy, Annette, Cubbie, Darlene, etc.!
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    Yo, OP - we goofed earlier in posting lists of what we HAVE:
    Quote Originally Posted by scrivener View Post
    I meant to ask what series you NEED to get that AREN'T AVAILABLE and probably never will.
    It was too late to edit mine, to remove all that wasn't what he was asking for.

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    American Gothic! I wish they had that on DVD.
    Or SledgeHammer. Remember that?
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    Does anybody know if the TV series Alien Nation is on DVD?
    That is one I need to get.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alohabear View Post
    Does anybody know if the TV series Alien Nation is on DVD?
    That is one I need to get.
    Yes, complete series was released in Jan. 2006. http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/releasei...ReleaseID=5271

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrivener View Post
    (or at least really want on DVD)

    Parker Lewis Can't Lose (1990-1993, 73 episodes)
    This show came to mind with the death of John Hughes. This series was similiar, but better than the Ferris Bueller's Day Off tv series.

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