The Freakazoid DVD set is great, and the 5.1 sound mix is awesome. I simply wish they could've cleaned up the video a little more though. There are some segments on the episodes I never remember from watching it on TV. Guess it's just been a while. Something I've noticed is that Dini seems to write the more "narrative" focused type of Freakazoid episodes. I think the late Jack Valenti deserves a lot of credit for doing this show. For all the crap he got over the years as being he head of the MPAA, I mean it's unbelievable to me how naturally hilarious he is in this show. I think if Valenti did more stuff like this, his legacy wouldn't be quite so tarnished. And since the show didn't get good ratings, not many people really saw this. When I spoke with Paul Rugg, he talked about how scared he was when he realized that Jack Valenti was going to say some of his lines, and he expected Valenti to get very angry. But Valenti simply did them, made no fuss, and had a good time. So by Rugg's story alone, maybe people just don't want to give Valenti a fair shake. As proof of how ahead of its time the show was. In one segment we see Sharon Stone and Princess Diana getting in a cat fight over Freakazoid. A caricature of Pope John Paul. Also Toby Danger. That's right Freakazoid was doing what The Venture Bros. is doing before The Venture Bros. even existed. Things that are commonplace on so many hit animated shows were already being done in Freakazoid. And in many ways they were done better. It definitely shows that Monty Python was a big influence on this show, best seen in things like Lord Bravery. Rugg told me that they weren't trying to write things they thought kids would be funny, but just write what was funny period. Freakazoid is the best and most funniest animated series of all time.