I just picked up the season four DVD set and watched my favorite episode of the season (and perhaps the whole series) "Nothing's Perfect". And sure enough, my favorite moment at the close of the episode when Danny Kaye's version of "Inchworm" is played over a final montage has been completely ruined because Universal replaced nearly the entire song with not one but TWO different generic pieces of music. Strangely, the opening few seconds of "Inchworm" are intact, with the children's chorus, but just before the Danny Kaye vocal begins, the music suddenly changes to a generic instrumental, and then a few seconds later to an entirely different acoustic song with vocals. The effect is not only jarring to the intended mood of the montage scene, but also downright bizarre. What the heck was Universal thinking? This is so disappointing to me, as it will be I'm sure to any fans of Northern Exposure and especially of this particular episode, one of the finest in the series. Why Universal can't be bothered to go to the trouble or likely small expense of clearing a mostly forgotten 50 year old Danny Kaye song is beyond me. This convinces me that they really don't care at all about the quality of their TV product. Well, it's not like there wasn't already plenty of evidence of that anyway. Boy, does Universal stink on ice.