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Old 12-04-2015, 02:01 PM   #46
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That shouldn't matter, if the Jeffersons was not on DVD and was being aired on Antenna, I would be a credit crunch fan and record every episode lol
The credit crunches don't bother everyone. I can only speak for myself, and if I was trying to record a series of shows for a collection, the credit crunches would irritate me. In the case of One Day At A Time, Antenna TV edits the episodes along with the credit crunches, so there are two strikes against them as far as recording the entire series is concerned. I have the 1st season DVD from Sony. While Antenna TV still airs the episodes, I'll DVR and save some of my other favorite episodes. That will be good enough for me. I'm not shopping for a bootleg DVD set. I do believe the complete series will eventually get an official DVD release.
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True words here. When shopping online, especially from an unknown seller, always try to have credit card or some type of PayPal-like protection.
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Old 12-04-2015, 02:32 PM   #48
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My set was recorded around 2006-07 I believe. There is one that came from Comedy Gold airings that aired around 2012-13. I tried to get that set and sent payment but the seller told me twice it must have gotten lost in the mail.

Oh yeah my bad, I have the ComedyGold set.
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I'm going to stay optimistic that we will eventually see a complete series release. I'm hoping that Shout! Factory finally gets the hint from fans and breaks down and releases it.

This series is a favorite of mine but not an absolute favorite so I can wait patiently. I'm not going to resort to a bootleg set as of now.
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The credit crunches don't bother everyone. I can only speak for myself, and if I was trying to record a series of shows for a collection, the credit crunches would irritate me. In the case of One Day At A Time, Antenna TV edits the episodes along with the credit crunches, so there are two strikes against them as far as recording the entire series is concerned. I have the 1st season DVD from Sony. While Antenna TV still airs the episodes, I'll DVR and save some of my other favorite episodes. That will be good enough for me. I'm not shopping for a bootleg DVD set. I do believe the complete series will eventually get an official DVD release.
A collection of edited eps is much better than NO eps at all
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A collection of edited eps is much better than NO eps at all
True, it's better than nothing. For me, I've seen most of the ODAAT episodes now from the last two cycles on Antenna TV. I'm currently DVR'ing and saving some favorite episodes as they air.
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A collection of edited eps is much better than NO eps at all
I agree. I'll take edited over nothing at all.
I recorded every single episode of ODAAT on my DVR when it first began running on Antenna TV.
I hadn't watched the show in years, and I thought I better record it before it goes back into retirement. It was never my all-time favorite show, but I do remember watching it as a teen when it aired originally so I was feeling nostalgic.
I got most of the first cycle before they started credit crunching. I think they started credit crunching towards the end of the run (around season 7) so I can't help that.
I put all of them in order by season. However, I missed about 7 episodes the first time,(the Mother's Day marathon really screwed me up) but I got the missing episodes on their second run, so they are on their own special disc.
All 9 seasons are now on 29 discs. I recorded the first 2 seasons in SP mode, and the rest in LP mode. I imagine I would have used twice as many discs if I recorded them all in SP mode.
I figured the show would eventually come out on DVD so why waste a bunch of discs on edited episodes. Now I'm not so sure it will come out on DVD, so I'm glad I have what I got.
I edited out all the commericals so the running times average around 22 mins. and even shorter after the credit crunch (21:30).
I could've bought a bootleg set, but I'm a collector by nature. I find recording and collecting them myself is much more fun and rewarding---and I'm more likely to actually watch them.
So, although it is not a perfect set, I also feel it is better than nothing at all.

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I agree. I'll take edited over nothing at all.
I recorded every single episode of ODAAT on my DVR when it first began running on Antenna TV.
I hadn't watched the show in years, and I thought I better record it before it goes back into retirement. It was never my all-time favorite show, but I do remember watching it as a teen when it aired originally so I was feeling nostalgic.
I got most of the first cycle before they started credit crunching. I think they started credit crunching towards the end of the run (around season 7) so I can't help that.
I put all of them in order by season. However, I missed about 7 episodes the first time,(the Mother's Day marathon really screwed me up) but I got the missing episodes on their second run, so they are on their own special disc.
All 9 seasons are now on 29 discs. I recorded the first 2 seasons in SP mode, and the rest in LP mode. I imagine I would have used twice as many discs if I recorded them all in SP mode.
I figured the show would eventually come out on DVD so why waste a bunch of discs on edited episodes. Now I'm not so sure it will come out on DVD, so I'm glad I have what I got.
I edited out all the commericals so the running times average around 22 mins. and even shorter after the credit crunch (21:30).
I could've bought a bootleg set, but I'm a collector by nature. I find recording and collecting them myself is much more fun and rewarding---and I'm more likely to actually watch them.
So, although it is not a perfect set, I also feel it is better than nothing at all.
Exactly, you made the right move because Antenna TV can pull the plug at anytime
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As long as it's running edited for free on a network I get, there's no need for me to buy an edited set. (I have no idea on how to make one). So I I'll continue to record, watch, delete and wait and see if it ever gets released. If it disappears again, I'll have to re-evaluate. However, if someone offered me an unedited set now, I'd just get it over with.

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Exactly, you made the right move because Antenna TV can pull the plug at anytime
I know what you mean. I've been burned many times in the past thinking a show will be around forever, and then when its not on, wishing I had recorded some episodes so I could watch it again.
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I know what you mean. I've been burned many times in the past thinking a show will be around forever, and then when its not on, wishing I had recorded some episodes so I could watch it again.
I'm surprised it's still on lol
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True words here. When shopping online, especially from an unknown seller, always try to have credit card or some type of PayPal-like protection.
The thing is, I had bought my It's a Living set from the same seller a year prior and had no problems.
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of what show?
I'm looking for DVD's of the show. And I'm wondering how many you have & if youould be willing to sell them & how much they would be.Thanks
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I'm looking for DVD's of the show. And I'm wondering how many you have & if youould be willing to sell them & how much they would be.Thanks
Any episode of One Day at a Time I have on DVD is only for sale because I am no longer a trader
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I don't understand, does that mean that I can buy them or not?
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