I think a very useful extra on these discs, especially the older shows, is a little 30 second prequel to each episode, maybe done in an old fashioned newsreel style, or something like that, that explains the references and slang used in the accompanying episode. I was watching the Dick Van Dyke episode: One Angry Man yesterday, and although I got the Henry Fonda reference, there was one a little later that meant nothing to me. If they've stopped showing Twelve Angry Men in high schools, then I assume the rest of the references, in fact, the setup for the entire episode, would be lost on the kids of today. I've listened to some of those Old Time Radio episodes from the late thirties, and there was either a Jack Benny or a Bickersons or something that made references to numerous political figures that must have been a big deal at the time but I did not recognize A SINGLE NAME! It was like I was listening to a comedy in another language and not finding anything funny. Kind of like when I was a kid trying to read Doonesbury, I guess. : ) Anyone else think this is a good idea?