The other day I was at Wally World (Wal-Mart) and noticed an endcap of 19.99 season sets. While there were early sets of DVD hits that will likely be completed (Cheers, King Of Queens, MASH, Roseanne, Frasier) and shows that have been finished already (Tru Calling). There also were several sets of shows that have been abandoned. Everwood, Mad About You (both season sets), Murphy Brown and Night Court. With a price like that, if they sell a lot of copies of these sets, would it wake Sony and Warner up to decide "you know it's time we give Mad About You/Everwood another shot since it's doing so well" or would the price be too low for them to think it's worth another shot? The reason I pose that question is because of last years Wal-Mart MTM season 1 $14.44 sale... I know a lot of people who picked the set up then for that price, and not long after, Fox announced season 2, and the sets have been coming at you since, and I wonder if the Wal-Mart sale had anything to do with it. And if it had anything to do with resusitating MTM's life on DVD, could the same happen with the aforementioned shows on current sale there?