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Old 08-11-2016, 02:58 PM   #16
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In my opinion, it just seems dumb to not watch a Tv show just because the end credits are squished.

Not specifically about any poster, but I think some folks are more interested in the show being in a good condition for taping for sale or trade than in actually seeing the show.
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Old 08-11-2016, 03:42 PM   #17
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Old 08-11-2016, 06:32 PM   #18
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I just hate the way they do it. If they eliminate the end credits, I can live with that. I hate seeing the opening credits in a small box and they always start their programs a minute late. If I DVR a show, I always have to set it a minute later. I really haven't watched the channel much since they've started that. I've stuck mainly to Me-TV and Cozi.

That's the same with me. I just hate that split screen format that they use on most of their shows. The overlap ruins both the closing of one show and the opening of the next. Even though I don't like the other crunch done during prime time, at least the opening on those is full screen and if I was to make a set I could just dub over the audio of the closing with the full theme. I hope this show is in prime time and not during the rest of the day when the overlapping one is done.
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Old 08-17-2016, 05:52 AM   #19
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The ioffer set, offered on a collector to collector basis, is really good. Season 2 and Season 3 are 'old-style' syndication versions, a little over 22 minutes long (over 2 minutes longer than what's on Logo right now). For season 4, all episodes are nearly 25 minutes long, and are completely unedited...they even have the original star tags for commercial breaks (Silver Spoons will begin after these messages, And now, Silver Spoons, etc.). Season 5 episodes, with a couple of exceptions, are syndication length, probably because the original episodes are that length. The quality is great, and probably would be even better if they didn't jam so many episodes onto a DVD (8 for 2 and 3, and 12 for 4 and 5).
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