This whole quagmire that seems to be developing with companies (not the studios themselves) releasing shows just has me puzzled. I find it difficult to believe the explanations given of "we didn't know". Kind of sounds the same to me as the baseball players who took steriods saying they thought it was flackseed oil. I mean, c'mon. Rhino didn't know that a half hour show in 1980 didn't run 22 minutes? They didn't get suspicious when they first put out 4 episodes of My Favorite Martian with 3 of them running 25:30 and one running 22? Or Image with I Spy? It didn't seem strange to them that some episodes are 51:20 while others are shorter? Seems to me that they either A) Don't know a heck of a lot about television or B) They hope no one will notice these things. Either way, not a good thing. It's nice that Rhino listens and tries to rectify the problems but who is running their DVD department that doesn't recognize the problem to begin with? How about the concept of, if you don't know something, ask and not wait until it's done wrong and people complain? Just mind-boggling to me.