There's been some talk recently about the fact that The Mary Tyler Moore Show season 1 didn't sell well, and whether the remaining seasons will ever be released. I think that there's clearly only one way to bring that about: Get more people to buy the set while it's still in print. I was reading a discussion group (a fairly large one) devoted to the show, and in response to the announcement that the rest of the series wouldn't be coming out on DVD, there appeared a surprising number of posts saying either: a) I would have bought it but I don't have a DVD player yet, or b) I was waiting for the later seasons to come out because I like those better. Well, not to sound harsh, but it's thinking like that that led the remaining seasons to be unreleased. So obviously it seems that the proper way to bring about a change in the show's fate is to stage a campaign directed not at Fox (which has no reason to change its mind unless sales of season 1 improve) but at fans, to raise consciousness that unless they buy season 1 now there'll be no chance of season 2 or any other season. Can anyone suggest how such a campaign could be done? (It's certainly easier to write to Fox than it is to write to unknown Mary Tyler Moore Show fans who didn't bother to buy season 1.) Anyway, if you know anyone who likes the show, encourage them to buy season 1 whether they have a DVD player or not -- they'll have to get one eventually -- or whether or not it's their favorite season.