Paramount does a lot right with TV on DVD. Their releases have good audio/visual quality, are usually uncut, and a lot of long-time faves have been released lately. I even like most of their cover art. And their prices are fairly low. All good things! BUT they seem to have a strict "no extras" policy (except for Star Trek and a few others) in effect. This policy covers show that are greatly loved and with large, devoted fan bases: Andy Griffith Show, Happy Days, Charmed, and a number of others (Taxi, Laverne and Shirley). As a Brady Bunch fan, I am sad to think that there may be no extras when it comes out. Paramount's movie DVD division has been a lot better about including special features lately, due partly to consumer complaints. Should TV on DVD fans be making a bigger deal out of this issue? If Paramount sells well, will other studios be tempted to stop producing extras?