I just got off the phone with my mom (it's her 50th birthday today) and we actually had a lengthy discussion about TV on DVD and why we love it. Did I mention this is my mother? And that she's 50?? She told me she just dropped $50 on the Agatha Christie "Miss Marple" boxset and that she wants to get into all the BBC Britcoms. She got "The Thorn Birds" and watched it in no time flat. She went through 5 seasons of "Friends" sets in a couple weeks. She finished my "Six Feet Under" season 1 in 2 days and then ordered HBO so she could watch the new episodes! This is my mother, mind you. My mother who would rather buy a new Duncan Fife table or china hutch than invest in anything that was created digitally. Her only previous contact with the television set was to dust off the top of it. My mother who couldn't sit through a program once without getting up halfway through to vacuum the floor. She said she would pay "any price" for "The Father Dowling Mysteries" (the Tom Bosley series from the '80s) on DVD. That's my mom. That's TV on DVD.