Which TV series' do you own on DVD?

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Im getting into these series and mini series now that they are often coming out on DVD. So what do you like? What do you own? What do you covet?

What I Own:
Alias Season 2
Firefly

What I Liked:
24 Season 2
Kingdom Come
Monk
Homicide (all seasons)
Third Watch

Where Are They?
Witchblade
Fastlane
Birds of Prey

What I Covet:
24 (all seasons)
The Wire
Alias Season 3

HATED SERIES:
Buffy the Vampire Slayer <----believe it.
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i never watched one of those shows you listed. but my favorite series of all time is Seinfeld
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Originally Posted by The Taxi Driver
i never watched one of those shows you listed. but my favorite series of all time is Seinfeld
Yes, Seinfeld is the epitome of a great television show.



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Seinfeld
Friends
Life As We Know It
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Sopranos
The Offce
Only Fools and Horses
Frasier
Seinfeld
Peter Kays Pheonix Nights
My Wife and Kids
Shameless

And a lot more, I love tv programmes, but my favourite out of them is probably Sopranos.
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Seinfeld
Everyone Loves Raymond
Gilligans Island
Family Guy
Rescue Me
Jack and Bobby
7th Heaven



I have WAY to many tv boxsets, i'll list them later.. anyway my favorite shows are

Seinfeld
The Simpsons
Family Guy
Grounded for Life
That 70's Show
Trailer Park Boys
Greg The Bunny
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Homicide: Life On The Street
Seinfeld
The Office
Law & Order
Law & Order: SVU
Family Guy



The young ones!!!!

(+ Absolutely Fabulous of course)



What I Own:

"Alias" Seasons 1-3
"Dead Like Me" Seasons 1
"Seinfeld" Seasons 1-3
"Smallville" Seasons 1-3


What I Liked:
"Six Feet Under"
"24"
"Curb Your Enthusiasm"
"Friends"
"Everybody Loves Raymond"


There's more...



What I own (including some great mini-series)...

“Lonesome Dove”
“Have Gun – Will Travel” first and second seasons
“Wanted: Dead or Alive” season one
“Deadwood” season one
“The Rifleman”, volumes 1-4
“Pennies from Heaven” (BBC)
“The Singing Detective” (BBC)
"Angels in America"
"Tanner '88"
“Traffik” (BBC)
“The Sopranos” seasons 1-5
“Homicide: Life on the Street” seasons 1-8
“Law & Order”, season two
“Law & Order: Criminal Intent”, first season
“Twin Peaks”, pilot and entire first season
“Peter Gunn”, set 1 & 2
“Crime Story” pilot
“Gun: Fatal Betrayal”
“Monk”, first season
“The Master”, two episodes
“Anne of Green Gables” (PBS)
“The Muppet Show”, nine episodes
“Home Movies” season one
"The Family Dog" complete series (on LaserDisc)
“Aqua Teen Hunger Force” volume 1
“Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law” season one
“Space Ghost, Coast to Coast” volumes 1 & 2
“Futurama” seasons 1-3
“Heat Vision & Jack” unaired pilot
“Mystery Science Theater 3,000”: Beginning of the End
“Mystery Science Theater 3,000”: The Brain that Wouldn’t Die
“Mystery Science Theater 3,000”: Mitchell
“The Twilight Zone”, vols. 10-18
“Firefly” complete series
“The Tick” complete live-action series
“Ripping Yarns” & “More Ripping Yarns”
“Fishing with John”
“Dinner for Five” season one
“The Awful Truth”, seasons one & two
“Bullsh!t” seasons one & two
“Primetime Glick”, the best of
“Insomniac” uncensored, best of vols. 1 & 2
“The Andy Kaufman Show” special
“Monty Python’s Flying Circus” vol. 5-7
“Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In” collection, eleven volumes
Sid Caesar Collection, volumes 1-3
“SNL” the Phil Hartman collection
“SCTV” Network 90, volumes 1 & 2
“The Kids in the Hall” seasons 1, 2 & 3
“Mr. Show with Bob & David” seasons 1-4
“Tenacious D” collection
“The Ben Stiller Show” complete series
“The Upright Citizens Brigade” first season
“The Simpsons” seasons 1-5
“Fawlty Towers”, complete series
“The Office” series one & two, plus the special
“Spaced” series one and two
“Get A Life”, volumes 1 & 2
“Arrested Development” season one
“The Larry Sanders Show” first season
“Curb Your Enthusiasm” seasons 1, 2 & 3
"Seinfeld" seasons 1-4
“Taxi” first & second seasons
“The Bob Newhart Show” complete first season
“Barney Miller”, season one
“Scrubs” season one
“Dream On”, seasons 1 & 2
“NewsRadio” seasons one & two
“Sports Night”, the complete series
“Arrested Development”, first season
“Cheers” seasons 1, 2 and 3
“SOAP” season one
“LateLine” the complete series
“The Job” complete series
"Police Squad! complete series (on LaserDisc)
“Sledgehammer” season one
“Moonlighting” seasons one & two
“M*A*S*H” season one
“The Mary Tyler Moore Show” season one
“Just Shoot Me”, seasons one and two
“Freaks & Geeks” complete series
“Malcolm in the Middle”, season one
“Northern Exposure”, first & second seasons
“The Greatest American Hero” season one
“Underdog”, collector’s edition
The Best of Triumph the Insult Comic Dog
“Late Night with Conan O’Brien” 10th Anniversary Special



Not yet available that I'm dying for...
"The Rockford Files"
"Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist"
"Newhart"
"The Garry Shandling Show"
"Doctor, Doctor"
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I'm a big fan of Northern Exposure.

My biggest complaint with TV series coming out on DVD is that they STILL haven't released Twin Peaks Season 2... I want to know who killed Laura Palmer damnit and I'm not going to break down and watch the bastardized movie version. There should be some sort of law requiring production companies to release the next season if the previous season has a big cliffhanger ending... Yup, I think I'll write my congressperson (gotta be pc).
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I really want to watch Twin Peaks, it was on before my time and my only real chance to see it is on DVD. Also, my bloody film teacher showed my class the start and end of it, so really really want to see it.
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Originally Posted by Mose
I want to know who killed Laura Palmer damnit and I'm not going to break down and watch the bastardized movie version.
"Bastardized movie version"? It's not like Twin Peaks: Fire, Walk with Me was made by Joel Schmuacher or something. How can David Lynch continuing to explore the world he created be "bastardized"?


The second season of "Twin Peaks" just isn't as good as the first. The first is damn near perfect, and those first eight episodes or so may be the finest work Lynch has ever done. But the question of "Who killed Laura Palmer?" was never meant to be answered in any conventional way. The network pressured Lynch to give the audience answers, but his heart was never in it and the second season doesn't have the same spark of creativity those initial episodes did. It's more like just going through the motions, too often playing like a parody of itself.

I still want them to release season two on DVD, for sure, but it's not near the top of my wishlist. More seasons of "The Larry Sanders Show"...now THAT is a frippin' priority, Man.



Sure it's not a priority for you Holden... You've already watched the series! I've been waiting years to see the 2nd season, so heck yeah it's a priority!

Also, the reason I call it a bastardized version is b/c, similar to your argument, this wasn't meant to be a straight forward series and certainly not one that's resoved in an hour and a half. Kind of like sex, sure the ending's the best part, but it's also quite bit of fun getting there!



Originally Posted by Mose
Also, the reason I call it a bastardized version is b/c, similar to your argument, this wasn't meant to be a straight forward series and certainly not one that's resoved in an hour and a half.
Have you even SEEN Fire, Walk with Me? If you think there's a heck of a lot of plot resolution going on there, you have been sadly misinformed.

And if you don't know who it was that physically killed Laura Palmer by the end of the first season, you haven't been paying attention. The "why" is more difficult to say (though not much easier after season two and/or the movie either), but the "who" should be clear.



Is it possible to watch the 1st season on its own and not need to bother watching the 2nd to get the Twin Peaks experience?



I just got both Family Guy box sets. Even though this show can get really stupid sometimes, I still love it.



Originally Posted by Pyro Tramp
Is it possible to watch the 1st season on its own and not need to bother watching the 2nd to get the Twin Peaks experience?
Yes. The Log Lady's log told me so.