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    Quote Originally Posted by DesertDan View Post
    I watched Star Trek (TOS) episodes all weekend.
    I have the whole series on DVD, but I've been watching the remastered episodes on MeTV on Saturday nights. It's been kinda' fun having to wait a week between episodes like we used to in the old days.

    I've also been going back and forth between Batman (1966-68) and Kung Fu (1972-75) on DVD lately.
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    In my house, the "last" TV show watched will be the one just before I die. The thing is on most of the time. The problem is, that there are not many shows that my wife likes. So we see a lot of shows over and over and---. On the other hand. Sometimes it leads to something I enjoy. Some time ago, someone gave us the first season of "Perry Mason" on DVD. In the past six months, we have splurged and bought most of the rest of the original series. We have yet to get the last set, last half of the last (ninth) season. Also, beware (if you plan to buy some or especially the entire series). Season six, volume two (second half of the sixth season) appears to have had a defective run. We purchased it twice, both times, two of the four discs in the set would not play a significant amount. Same two discs in both sets, similar, but not identical failures. We returned them as defective both times, but have not been willing to chance it again. Again, if someone wants to get the series and check this (I would like to have someone else confirm from another set), it is season six, volume two, discs one and four if I recall correctly. After we splurge for the season nine volume two and see those final episodes, I will really want to find a good set for season six volume two to complete the set (typical collector).
    I did try to contact the manufacturer and/or distributor through the website address given on the case, but I never received a reply.

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    Also in my house, we are currently working on volume one set for the 1966/67 series "The Time Tunnel". As a long time Sci Fi fan, I had watched the show for its one and only season, and enjoyed it. I wish it had gone on longer.
    I don't know if any real time travel will ever be possible or not. But this show gave a plausible maybe with a lot of theoretical flaws to be ignored for the sake of the story. And along the way, they often gave a bit of a history lesson (I like that).
    So far, we have watched six of the thirty episodes. I few of them I remember just from reading the episode's description. Some of those I remember in considerable detail and even some dialog. All of them (so far) I remember having seen as I watch them again. Hey, it has only been 49 years since I've seen them.

    "Star Trek" premiered the same year, and was often discussed about how expensive the production and special effects were for the time. "The Time Tunnel" must have been close behind. While some episodes get by with a few guest stars, extras, and easy sets, other episodes are near worthy of a block-buster motion picture! If you have access to it? Consider the "Revenge of the Gods" episode set in the Greek/Trojan war. Yes, I know how movies are made. Between model work, stock footage, and borrowed props, a lot can be done for not a lot of money, sometimes.
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    We started watching Happy Days again on Hulu Plus. Well, it's again for me and the first time for the children. I really shouldn't enjoy the show as much as I do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Horace Debussy Jones View Post
    Yeah. He must have been following them ever since Terminus. Maybe he isn't completely insane after all and he comes in and saves the day?
    Yes, Morgan has been following the group since Terminus. I've been waiting to see where the writers choose insert his character. I'm really hoping it isn't during a Terminus slaughterhouse and Carol saves the day situation. It's been done and I don't need to see it again.

    I still think Morgan is completely off his rocker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_61 View Post
    I have the whole series on DVD, but I've been watching the remastered episodes on MeTV on Saturday nights. It's been kinda' fun having to wait a week between episodes like we used to in the old days.

    I've also been going back and forth between Batman (1966-68) and Kung Fu (1972-75) on DVD lately.
    Yes, I have the 3 case DVD set. I like the TOS 2.0 episodes that I have seen, I need to check and see if those are available on DVD as well. I will be purchasing the complete Babylon5 series for the collection.
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