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Old 07-29-2004, 12:55 PM   #1
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what TV-DVD was the first one you bought?

my first purchase was the first season of Sex And The City in early 2001. Back then, S&TC and X-Files were about the only tv-DVD's available
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Friends- Season 2
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My first tv-DVD was a 5th season episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000, The Brain That Wouldn't Die.
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My first tv related dvd was the miniseries Roots, which I got early 2002 then School House Rock! - Special 30th Anniversary Edition which I bought the day it was released in August 2002. For series, I didn't get my first season set until I got Sopranos Season 3 on eBay in January 2003.
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On the same day -- Cheers - Season 1 and Frasier - Season 1. May 20th, 2003.

Since then.... Ive gotten 43 more.
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Cheers season 1, September of 2003. Since then I've gotten...ahem...4 more.
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Before I even had a DVD player I bought "The Simpsons: The Complete First Season". I watched it on my computer. Early on, I also bought "M*A*S*H: Season 1" and "The X-Files: Season 1."

I voted online which format I'd like for shows to come to DVD. I was shocked at the thought of complete seasons coming to DVD. I was also very happy. A dream come true. Now I'm just hoping for more of my favorite shows to come. But that's a different thread.
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The A-Team Season 1 and Who's the Boss? Season 1 which I bought on the same day, cause they were released the same day
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Will and Grace:season one

not long after it came out, don't remember when I bought it though.
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The A-Team Season 1 and Who's the Boss? Season 1 which I bought on the same day, cause they were released the same day
wow, so you're still a tv-dvd newbie, lol
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wow, so you're still a tv-dvd newbie, lol
Me too. Friends Season 2 was really for my mom, not me.
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Before I even had a DVD player I bought "The Simpsons: The Complete First Season". I watched it on my computer. Early on, I also bought "M*A*S*H: Season 1" and "The X-Files: Season 1."

I voted online which format I'd like for shows to come to DVD. I was shocked at the thought of complete seasons coming to DVD. I was also very happy. A dream come true. Now I'm just hoping for more of my favorite shows to come. But that's a different thread.
yes, I remember back in the day when a complete season on DVD seemed to unlikely... when shows like South Park and Friends were coming out in "best of" sets and the thought of them having complete seasons seemed strange
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yes, I remember back in the day when a complete season on DVD seemed to unlikely... when shows like South Park and Friends were coming out in "best of" sets and the thought of them having complete seasons seemed strange
Although I DEFINATELY prefer Season Sets, a show like South Park could work with "best ofs".

As for Friends.... its a waste of time unless you get it in Seasons.
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