I remember a time, not too long ago, when TV used to be logo free. Maby a one second showing of it during the program popped up, most of the times during show credits, but that was it. We certainly didn't have animated monstrosities running across the screen during the program adversing another show. Then around 1993/94, logos started popping up a little more. By the advent of DVD, logos where on full time, and now with the advent of TV on DVD, stations have gotten bolder with their logos, using animated Hulk things on the Sci-Fi channel during Knight Rider, advertising reality show over an airing reality show.... So, an inquiry. what are the chances the networks are doing this so you WANT to buy the official DVD's even more? If a show is aired uncut and logo free on TV, there's little incentive for the average person to buy the official release, despite cool extras. Possible or not?