If their press mateirals are accurate, then A&E have screwed up the season 1/2 set of the British series Whose Line is it Anway? They describe it as the "complete" seasons 1 and 2, "all 25 "episodes. Well, as a long-time fan who has had VHS tapes of these episodes for years now, I can state without a doubt that this episode count is not right! The episode guide at epguides.com/WhoseLineIsItAnyway_UK backs me up. If you look closely, season one had 13 shows (including the two "leftovers" editions and the original pilot, which was aired last in the season). Season two had 17 episodes (including two more "leftovers" editions and the 45-minute Christmas special). Anyone who can do math would be able to work out that the complete seasons total 30 episodes, not 25! I really hope that it's simply A&E's press release that's wrong, and that all 30 shows are indeed on there. If, however, there are only 25 shows on this set, they've made a major blunder! The only thing I can figure is they might've left off the leftovers, thinking they were just "clip" shows rather than all-new material, and left the pilot off because, well, it was the pilot. Considering the cock-ups they made on Monty Python's Flying Circus (using edited/censored masters for episodes that were previously issued unedited on VHS), they could have, indeed, gotten it wrong, though I really hope not. Maybe someone will clarify this soon!