Already mentioned that. Yeah, Cops is a good show and all, but I', REALLY ticked that Gadget's license was given to Fox, who released a Cartoon Catchphrase collection (A collection of no more than 10 episodes out of order in an "Oh well, at least it's something" release). Hopefully with a comic coming out (you wouldn't believe how many stores I had to go to for the preview issue... art's kinda inconsistent but pretty good), someone else will get the license and just release as much of it as possible (THIS TV reruns only have a third of the first season). I have SOOOO much problems with how WB releases stuff that isn't at the moment fresh sitcoms. I'm glad they've decided to release Brave and the Bold in half seasons, but if they don't do same for Mystery Inc, I'm not going to bother. To this day they have refused to release Static Shock and Legion of Super Heroes in seasons (LOSH only had 2)... but Loonatics got a nice release and NO ONE LIKED Loonatics. As for Animaniacs... originally the big problem was (and this was confirmed by a music scholar) Macadamia Nut used THE REAL music and they were having trouble getting the rights to that song. But then they just put it on the back burner FOREVER. Tiny Toons? Well, the second volume was EDITED and had a bare bones, no special feature at all release. Now, consider this... volume 1 had the PILOT version of Loony Beginning that had additional scenes not seen in rebroadcast. Edits seem... cheap. If sales are because of that, it's their own fault.