- Dec 8, 2004
- Real Name
In regards to the Tonight, Tonight line. Something doesn't make good logical sense here. If the line was cut due to music licensing issues, then why is it on the bonus features? Logically, they would still have to pay for the use regardless of where the line is shown (episode proper or bonus feature). Correct? If the cost is the same no matter where the line is shown, then why not place it in the episode proper? I've never heard of there being a cost difference for the use of music in an episode versus a bonus feature of the same said episode. And the quality of the footage can't be a determining factor either. The bottom line is that the music was used on the set so it had to be paid for. If it was paid for, then it should have been place back into the episode proper. So, the issue of music licensing can't be a valid reason for it being cut out of the episode proper. It had to be paid for regardless of where it was used. Am I missing something here?