I read here that Smore Entertainment is going to come out with the complete single season of "I'm Dickens, He's Fenster." I used to watch that show back in the 1962-63 season on ABC, but right after I'd switch to CBS for what was, surprisingly, my favorite show on the air back then. It was called "Fair Exchange," and was touted as the first weekly hour sitcom. I thought it was great (but I was only 12, so what did I know?) It flopped pretty badly, went off for about three months, and then came back on in the standard, half-hour format like all the other sitcoms. It's unbelievable that the Dickens-Fenster thing is coming out, so I guess anything's possible. I'm hereby requesting the people over at Smore (or anyone else) to look into a set of "Fair Exchange." I'm guessing there were 13 hour episodes and maybe 15 to 20 half hours. Does anyone else have fond memories of this show? Or even unfond ones?