You're probably looking at the title and thinking,what the hell does Stephen mean? Well,I'll explain. Late last year,it was mentioned that BJ and the Bear is Universal's highest ranked show,not yet out on DVD. Around a month,or a month and a half,ago ago I e-mailed our firends over at TSoD and asked about the status of several shows,among them In Search of and BJ and the Bear. I received a reply stating their was no news on the first few I mentioned,but they'll try to ask Universal about In Seach of and BJ.Some time went by,and I never got an e-mailback,so I e-mailed them again asking if they were able to get in touch with Universal and ask about those shows. Now,perhaps in my naivete I was thinking I'd get a response like "Oh yeah. We know that BJ is our highest rated show not out on DVD and we're currently working on it,so expect to see it released sometime this year." and "Definitely In Search Of.With other similar titles released,this will fit in perfectly.And since it's hosted by Leonard Nimoy,you'll know it will sell". Instead waht reply do I get? "NOT AT THIS TIME." What a disappointment! BJ is their highest rated show and their not going to release it? I thought the higher the show,the more priority for a release. What do they get by just letting it collect dust? Do they feel that Nimoy can't move as many units as say Robert Stack,Dan Aykroyd or,gasp,Dennis Farina? So,as the title of this thread says,do the studios really know their shows.?Sorry for the long rant,but I had to get this off my chest.