Someone who has received the complete series set has done a nice unboxing video.
A 30-minute infomercial aired on TV last night, and I watched it with my mother when I was at her house. It's actually making me want to own the set. I DVR'ed the infomercial, and then I copied it to a blank VHS tape.
When I made the switch to DVDs in 2002, I used to think it would be cool to have this show on DVD and I thought I'd even buy the sets if they came out. Then I watched all the episodes on The Hub when they started showing it in 2010 and found the show to still hold up after all these years, yet I thought "nah, I don't need DVDs". Now after seeing all this press, I still think the same thing at times, yet there are times where I think I really ought to get the DVDs. If I should end up doing so, and even if I might not watch them a whole lot, it would still be like owning a time capsule of pure awesomeness.
The artist formerly known as PRdude.