Now Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has officially announced what Amazon.com has posted for a few months: May 24th will be the release date for this long-awaited set! The exact list of extras hasn't been announced yet, but so far they're hinting about a Featurette, a Blooper Reel, Commentaries, Filmographies, Weblinks and Bonus Previews.
As you can see from the brand-new picture shown above, the box design did not change, nor did the menu screens we first showed you sixteen months ago. Cost is $39.95 SRP (Amazon is presently selling pre-orders for $29.96, though). It's still at 3 DVDs, running 660 mintues for every episode from the first two seasons, in their original network broadcast length.
Episode 3 and NewsRadio within a week of each other. It's like Christmas in May.
NewsRadio will always be in my personal top 10 of all time favorite shows. I am sure seeing it again on DVD will bump it into the top 5. I thought the Phil hartman years were some of the best TV for a sitcom ever.
(edited by Wpob on 15.3.05 1212) I think you're an asshole. No, no, let me correct that, an immature asshole. Which is fine, except that you're marrying my daughter and I'm afraid that my grandchildren are gonna be little assholes.
Can anybody read the fine print on the very opening of this episode? We see the rainbow flag, & the Rusty-lightbulb-head says, "Hi, kids! It's time for adventure." Below the head is a paragraph, that I can't quite read on my TV.