Is there anyone else who would love to see a DVD release of this series? I loved this show. Mark Hamill starred in the pilot episode and the original actress who played the mom passed away after the first few episodes. Plus Willie Aames was pretty popular as a teen idol. He played Tommy and was either trying to score Ted Nugent tickets or playing in a band. Lani O'Grady who played the eldest sister on the show died a few years ago due to a stroke. Her character Mary was always bossy, her nostrils flairing everytime she was interrupted from her medical studies. Susan Richardson, the redhead, had been featured on some entertainment news show claiming that in the 1980s, she was held hostage in Korea by filmmakers who tried to kill her. Her character revolved around her skydiving, joining the police force and marrying a baseball player. I liked Dianne Kay (she was the cute blonde). Most epsiodes revolved around her looking for a job or modelling in some beauty pageant. And there was the dancer, Elizabeth, Played by Connie Newton (who later because Connie Newton-Needham after she married a production guy on the show). Adam Rich was also getting into a lot of trouble with drugs and alcohol after the series ended, but his character Nicholas was a central character on the show - I recall a 2-part episode where Nicholas runs away to San Diego and lives on the street with a bum (played by Jack Elam). Then there was Laurie Walters (starred in 'Harrad Experiment" and "Warlock Moon" before the series), who played Joanie, the actress who later got a job on some news station. She was also older than Betty Buckley, who played Abby. Tom, the dad played by Dick Van Patten, worked at a newspaper and his secretary was played by Jennifer Darling (from 'Bionic Woman'). Grant Goodeve played the oldest son, David, who sang the theme song which was featured in season 2 and later episodes. he didn't live at the house but was always dating women played by actresses who later became fairly well-known. Is there any chance that this series will ever make it to DVD. I'm not sure who owns the rights, but I would think the show was popular enough to garner a release. I'm keeping my fingers crossed on this one.