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- Apr 4, 2008
- Truth or Consequences, New Mexico
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On IMDB the last 11 do not have air dates attached with the last episode airing being S2E11 on 1/27/97. In the Wikipedia information box (upper right) it shows 11 episodes unaired but doesn't list the episodes. Those episodes are not listed in the "episodes" link either. They are listed at IMDB.What the hell? 11 unaired episodes? Did they air in Syndication? I do not see them listed on Wikipedia.
And a little tad expensive for just 46 episodes of a two season show, but hey, at least we finally get this series completed and can add this to the listings of completed shows.
How does it throw it out of whack? How much do you think the all-in-one of T.J. Hooker should be (just wondering)?
Howie, I'm sure hoping Shout can finish Acres off along with PJ now and maybe Mr. Belvedere to boot.
I still am angling and hoping for them to release a complete Empty Nest DVD set as well. Crazier things have happened.
At least the other two series I mentioned earlier, I'd love to see be completed properly and once and for all.
Mr. Belvedere and even Small Wonder will probably be done with by the end of the decade. And from the former MTM library, what's left besides St. Elsewhere and some of the company's short-run shows? I wouldn't mind seeing The Texas Wheelers or The Tony Randall Show (the two-season legal-themed one that premiered in 1976, the same year Jack Klugman started as Quincy).
Why would PETTICOAT JUNCTION be a nightmare for music clearance compared with any other sitcoms from that era? While it's been decades since I've viewed most of the episodes (And only from the Color Seasons, as our station never aired the first 2 Black & White Seasons!), I don't remember there being a ton of music on it, either!The remaining seasons of PJ will never happen unless someone pays for music clearance, which may be a nightmare. If CBS decided to release this, it would be either chopped to bits or loaded with music replacement.
Why would PETTICOAT JUNCTION be a nightmare for music clearance compared with any other sitcoms from that era? While it's been decades since I've viewed most of the episodes (And only from the Color Seasons, as our station never aired the first 2 Black & White Seasons!), I don't remember there being a ton of music on it, either!
But I digress! Back to NED AND STACEY!
I had forgotten about the Bradley Sisters forming a Singing Group!When PJ added Mike Minor and Meredith McRae in Season 4, both were professional singers, so many more musical numbers were added. Also, the three daughters formed a singing group in the later seasons, which results in even more music to clear. It does have more clearance issues that most sitcoms.
Back to Ned and Stacey!