I hummed and hawed when I saw it trying to decide if it was worth buying - so I went ahead and bought a copy and now I must confess - I actually enjoy watching it. It had been so long since any of the episodes were on tv and being quite young myself when it aired that my concern was it might be a bit too corny in my older age. I need not have worried. It's a show that grows on you and the theme song always manages to get me tapping my foot. To quote " Lot's of curves you bet and even more when you get, to the Junction. Petticoat Junction" There is an informative intro before each episode by Linda Kaye Hemming and a decent number of Bonus Features, including: Documentary The History Of Hooterville Original Sponsor Commercials With Cast Network Promo Cast Interviews Special Footage Included are 20 0f the first season episodes released through MPI mainly because as I understand it Paramount ownes the rights to the rest. Please correct me if that is not the case. Well worth the money spent I thought.