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Old 03-30-2017, 08:17 PM   #1
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Default what shows you would buy if there weren't too expensive?

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Marvel's Agents of shield it was $35 bucks during chrsitmas now its like $45 bucks on blu ray
hawaii five o reboot they gotten cheaper on dvd!!
person of interest it was$12 bucks on blu ray during christmas!!

mine would be on dvd:
Kung Fu: The Legend Continues they wont like $50 bucks for each seaon!!
court ship of eddies father they wont like $30 bucks!
here's lucy its like $15 to 30 bucks i didn't like it like the lucy show or i love lucy!!
night court they wont like $25 to $30 bucks for the later seaons!!
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Probably Dark Shadows for one. That show is way too expensive for me to even think about right now.

Other than that, I can't think of many or any at all.
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Dark Shadows: I've never seen this but I've always been curious about it.

Barnaby Jones: complete series

The Colbys: complete series

The Carol Burnett Show: Lost Episodes set
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Miami Vice on bluray at 160, what the heck.
Hill Street Blues at 127.
Family Ties at 76.
The Wonder Years at 60
The Newsroom at 40 (for three seasons, c'mon).
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barnabyjones the complete series and eight is enough
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Desperate Housewives and Grey's Anatomy season sets

E.R. and Law & Order complete series sets

Girlfriends series set
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^I remember buying the "Desperate Housewives" season sets the day they were released. I was...and still am somewhat of a super fan of the show.
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Also the seasons of "Eight is Enough" & "Medical Center". I'd buy them if they weren't so pricey. I'd love to see both shows.
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Dark Shadows. I thought about getting the 32 individual volumes over a period of time but I read one episode was missing footage that was restored on the complete series set.
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The wife and I splurged on the Dark Shadows complete series when it was released, that was our Christmas/Birthday present to each other that year.
Still haven't watched the entire series yet, but we go back to it over time.

For ones I would like to buy.

ER complete series
Are You Being Served? complete series

I know there's more, I've gone blank.
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if any one is inserted they got the wonder years the whole tv series for $70 bucks at amazon !! the also got 2 but one coast like $130 bucks but it comes with more stuff!!
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The wife and I splurged on the Dark Shadows complete series when it was released, that was our Christmas/Birthday present to each other that year.
Still haven't watched the entire series yet, but we go back to it over time.
How far have you gotten on that Dark Shadows all-in-one?
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Another vote for Dark Shadows. Also, I don't know if they ever produced "The Outer Limits" on DVD, but I would love that. The episode with David McCallum called "The Sixth Finger" scared me so much as a kid, I couldn't get a good night's sleep for weeks.
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Rocky and Bullwinkle is now selling for $630. Nice way to celebrate the life of June Foray.
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