I thank you guys at Warner for taking the time to chat with us...I'm not sure if I'd participate in another chat because it seemed like it just ended up being a laundry list of things that were going to come out in the next year and a list of "no plans." I would have like to know more about the process of what goes into your decision to release a show in a certain way or to decide not to release any more seasons of a show. Perhaps you could hire someone to do a blog and answer and explain in detail fan's emails about specific shows. This plans/no plans thing is just frustrating. There were so many attempts to ask about Knots Landing, and I feel that they were all kind of shot down. Anyway, I'm not sure writing in will do any good, because anyone who would write in to this forum to complain about the fact that there are no plans for future season releases of Knots Landing obviously has already purchased Season 1, and we already know that you guys were not satisfied with the number of people who did so. But here's an idea, in case anyone is listening... I was 13 when Knots premiered...I didn't even know it existed until I saw a promo for the season cliffhanger for season 2 when Sid's car goes off a cliff. I was hooked ever since, but I did not see seasons 1 & 2 until they replayed in syndication. You know what...I did not love them, not like later seasons. Season 3 was good, but it wasn't until Season 4 that the show really took off. My fear is that if even if you release Season 2, we're not going to see the kind of sales you are looking for. And then we'll be back in the same position for Season 3. So, what if you skipped and released Season 4 and see how that does before seasons 2 & 3? If season 4 does well, release seasons 5 and then 2 & 3. If you say that season 1 sales were "softer than expected," maybe your expectations were too high. I mean, 13 episodes, not really representative of what the show was to become...what were you thinking? It's been remarked that even Dallas got a seasons 1 & 2 simulaneous release...and since you didn't do that with Knots, it really doesn't seem fair. I mean, you also said that when you release a Season 1 show, you go into it with the hope that all the seasons will be released. With a show that ran for 14 seasons, one of the longest ever on television...the show would not have lasted that long if all the seasons were like season 1, and your next move has to account for that. If you're not willing to give KL a second chance...one with a real DVD release future, just sell the rights to another company who will. I will definitely buy all the seasons you release, but I wouldn't recommend Season 1 to anybody, especially given that there's nothing coming after that.