Dear Guys: Just a fun question, when are favorite "classic" programs finally come out on the DVD, does that mean this is the "end" for the series. They've had their regular tv run, now the final episodes are out on DVD, does this mean --it's over. There's nothing left to do, but put the DVD's on the shelf and move on. Admit that we've had good times with those favorite programs, shows, and episodes; but it's over. Every entertainment moment from those shows has been exhaused, there's nothing left. Mission Impossible is finished, Hawaii 5-0 is done. Sliders has met it's magnaminous end. Today's generations have no patience for the programs we've loved with its structure, theme song, four acts, etc. Now, everything's fast edits, fast shooting, and explosions. Have any of you felt that way? James.