The DVD sets didn't stop editing things out until set 11 or 12 when MPI started adding the disclaimer to the discs (and inserts) stating that the episodes are being presented as on the master tapes complete with audio and video imperfections. By then they were already through the 1795 storyline and well on the way towards the 1969 Quentin's Ghost story. From what I remember reading, it wasn't only audio bloopers that were being editid but sections where there were minor to severe video imperfections. To be 100% for sure, I would have to rewatch the entire series on VHS and compare it to the DVDs. For this reason and this reason alone I held onto my complete VHS set of the show. Eventually I plan on transfering the VHS series to DVD. I know it is a bit redundant, but I want a 100% complete version of the show on DVD as it originally aired or as close to it as possible. Ok, so which episode exactly is the one where the set caught fire? I've been watching the show for a long time and I've never been able to indentify it. Everything I've read about the show mentions it happening but they don't say specifically which episode it was. The same goes for the time Louis Edmonds wasn't wearing his pants. It's always talked about but no one seems to know which episode it happened.