"Complete Series"? Are we talking about EVERY episode of the show (i.e., up to the final episode in 1984) in one massive (and likely to be too expensive) DVD set, or is it just the "complete series" of "Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids" specifically*?
*There were two later incarnations, both of which aired new episodes: "The New Fat Albert Show" (which premiered on CBS a few years later), and "The Adventures of Fat Albert and Cosby Kids" (which aired in U.S. syndication in 1984). It should also be noted that while neither of them were retitled rerun packages, at least the latter one included the syndicated debuts of the older episodes. If the DVD release worked this way, we would have three sets; one for each incarnation.
UPDATE: According to this article from TV Shows on DVD (and judging from the shape of the box), it's a 16 episode set, which means it will likely have all 110 episodes of the series (i.e., all 3 incarnations in their entirety). However, the article also states that they don't know if it will also include the specials as well. It's also unknown at this time what extras it will have (if any), or even if Bill Cosby will have any kind of involvement.
Last edited by Mandouga; 04-07-2012 at 11:37 AM.
Cartoons aren't "just for kids"...but they're not just for adults either. They're for everyone.