Last week, I mentioned at a dinner with some friends that 'One Day At A Time' was coming out on DVD next year. The friends closer to my age and I were reliving some 'One Day At A Time' childhood memories. My wife, who is a few years younger than me, had never even heard of the show. It occurred to me, despite how fresh these memories and mental pictures are, that I haven't actually seen this show since it's initial airing! I have personally never seen 'One Day At A Time' as a rerun, ever. I wonder if the show's status as a rarity will help or hurt DVD sales in the long run. I expect many from my generation will buy it, but none of the generations after me will have any nostalgic feelings invested in the series. I'm curious to see how a lack of TV culture saturation effects sales. Thoughts?