Today I decided to rent "Angels In America" on DVD because I always failed to catch it on HBO (and really didn't want to watch it one part at a time.) There were plenty of copies at Hollywood Video so I picked one up. When I was set to watch it tonight, I noticed there was only one disc in the case. I could've swore it was a 2 disc set so I checked online and sure enough it is. I was rathed pissed to say the least. I didn't bother looking *when* I rented it because if you can buy it as a 2 disc set then logic dictates that you can rent it that way too. There was nothing that caught the eye on the packaging at Hollywood to say there's only one disc and you would assume it was a 2 disc set because it's available at retail that way right? Only on the spine, in very small lettering does it say "Part I." The clerk certainly didn't mention anything to me like "Hey, don't you want part II as well?" These weren't separate films, it was one mini-series. Safe to say I'm not watching part I then waiting for part II, I could've just waited forever for HBO to air it again. I'm calling them tomorrow and making a complaint. Why the hell are they separating a 2 disc set and renting them individually? Has anyone else experienced this? With "Angels In America" or another title at Hollywood Video? Is this a trend?