Raccoons...wow. You guys have topped even me in the knowledge of obscure cartoons. I had completely forgotten about this one till I saw the picture! There's a fine line with which shows should be on DVD and which shows shouldn't. It should either be popular in the mainstream (Friends, The Simpsons), to ensure good sales, or have a strong cult following (the recently-cancelled Firefly). Or else, it was once popular in the mainstream and now has a strong cult following (i.e. The Muppet Show). There are certain things that I think might just be too obscure for anyone. I loved the show Nowhere Man, but I'm not expecting Touchstone to put that one out on DVD. I hold out little hope for the Raccoons fans for the same reason. By the same token, I don't think Will or Grace or Third Rock from the Sun are really necessary right now, because they're popular but not THAT popular, and they aren't really cult shows either. And the episodes are on all the time anyway. For that matter, I'm surprised that Friends is doing so well on DVD. That show airs all the time, several times a day. What does one need the discs for? The commentary and extra stuff, I suppose, but I wouldn't care to buy it myself. For me, the ideal is if it's well-liked, but not that readily available. The Simpsons is an exception because there are 300+ episodes, and the only way to make sure you get them all is through boxed sets. Anyway, my point is this: why is Saved by the Bell coming out before other, better shows?? It's neither immensely popular nor does it have a cult following. It's kind of a guilty pleasure at best. I wouldn't mind it if the studios were scraping the bottom of the barrel at this point, but there are so many shows that should have been released on DVD before this (Happy Days comes to mind, as does the original Land of the Lost, as well as many of the items on Manda's list). Manda and Cantus Rock -- Of course Perfect Strangers was great. "Don't be ridiculous." Frogboy: Yeah, it's strange about the Smurfs, isn't it? Like the Cabbage Patch Kids, the Care Bears, Trivial Pursuit, the Ewoks, and even the Muppet Babies, they didn't make it out of the '80s alive. Yeah, you can say most of the stuff was too cutesy and they were all just fads. But they were so huge for so long that their complete fall into obscurity is amazing. I've always been rather ambivalent either way towards the Ewoks, but when I was growing up, that was all anyone wanted to talk about. Now, people everywhere are Ewok-haters. Where did these people come from?