Did you actually buy or see that? Seth had ONE special feature, and it was archival recording of the song he wrote for one episode. He had NOTHING to do with the release otherwise, he was mentioned in passing in the commentary, but he wasn't involved at all. Butch Hartman, Jeff Bennet, Van Partible and a few others were interviewed and did commentary, Seth only had that archival thing. No, the culprit is WB's cheapness. These special features cost extra money... money they refuse to spend. The Batman Brave and the Bold DVD sets have NO special features, neither did Tiny Toons volume 2 (when the other at LEAST had an interview with the writers)... I mean, literally nothing. Dexter and Courage were "oh well, at least it's something" type releases, Dexter horridly cut to avoid scarey episodes that 90 year old prudes may get offended by (but, of course, not the collectors with money who want to BUY the things). Did the Courage one even have the WAC that the show was based off of? That's why I only bothered with the JB release. Lack of special features translates to lack of care. No wonder why they discontinued the CN Legends line as soon as it started. WB does NOT know how to release DVD's people will actually buy... unless it's some lame current sitcom.