Season one! - 5:08 PM 12/11/2002 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment will be releasing the first season of "Futurama" on March 25, 2003. This 3 disc set contains commentary on all the episode, animatics and script/storyboards for "Space Pilot 3000", deleted scenes, an interactive still gallery and a featurette. The set will retail for $29.95.
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The Season 1 set had been previously released for Region 2. This is awesome news.
Matthew: You would've loved it, David. A week in a foreign country, strange people, strange customs... Dave: Oh, I know what you mean. I've been to Canada.
December 11, 2002 - Coming on April 15th from Fox is the complete first season of the hit, but cancelled, television show Family Guy. The complete first season of the show will arrive on a four-disc set and include commentary on multiple episodes, trailers, and much more for a retail price of $49.98. Here is the complete run-down of each disc:
Disc One: Audio commentary on "Death Has A Shadow" and "The Son Also Draws"; Fox promos
Disc Two: Audio commentary on "Peter, Peter, Caviar Eater" and "Holy Crap"
Disc Three: Audio commentary on "Fifteen Minutes Of Shame" and "Let's Go To The Hop"
Disc Four: Audio commentary on "He's Too Sexy For His Fat" and "E. Peterbus Unum".
Well, there you go.
Now, if only NewsRadio would get released on DVD...
(edited by Spaceman Spiff on 12.12.02 0811) Matthew: You would've loved it, David. A week in a foreign country, strange people, strange customs... Dave: Oh, I know what you mean. I've been to Canada.
Can you reach into your magic hat and make Critic DVDs appear too? :)
Do I think the WWE should listen to the opinions of the Internet? Absolutely. Do I think WWE should be dictated by the opinions of the Internet? No. Comments and articles that are written on the 'net are the opinions of fans, the fans that drive our product and deserve to be heard. If there is a large group of people who have the same opinions on a certain issue, maybe that issue needs to be addressed or revisited. I think we miss the boat if we don't. One thing about the Internet wrestling community--whether they think the shows are good or bad - they are probably our most dedicated fans, because they watch the shows every week. They love professional wrestling, and you can't really question that. -Matt Hardy, speaking very true words.
You're all so WONDERFUL. Why did they ever have to remove you from the continuity? You'd have made for MARVELOUS stories. You WILL make marvelous stories. And the FIRST story of the new world will be a story of REVENGE! -- The Psycho Pirate, Animal Man 23, May 1990.
At the risk of sounding like I've gone, well, BATS, has anyone else noticed a marked increase in the number of times they've had to tap their brakes or swerve or both to avoid missing a low-flying bird on some sort of involuntary kamikaze mission?