I always enjoyed the show as a kid, and even when I've caught it on as an adult. I was probably 7 or 8 years old when I got mad at a magnet I'd put on my Tonka truck wouldn't hold. I let loose with a pretty mild expletive within ear shot of my parents. I didn't hear it on Alice, but my parents just knew I had, and I was grounded from watching it for a while!
Very glad to see this series getting un-stalled. While I think the show did suffer greatly when Polly Holliday left to do the spin-off, there were still enough good episodes that I've hoped WAC could work out the music and other possible issues and continue. Season 5 especially has several of my favorite post-Flo episodes. Diane Ladd was a good addition, but unfortunately she wasn't given much to do after her initial episodes.
After this release, hopefully there won't be a similarly long wait for Season 6.
I have no interest in this personally but I am happy for all who have been waiting for this. I just wanted to point out what has been said before that Warner Archive always plans to finish the shows that they start. They had a big hurdle to clear with this show that took several years but they never abandoned it. This is why I still believe that despite the heavy music clearance issues we will at least see the 2 biggest of the 4 detective shows released from them: 77 Sunset Strip and Hawaiian Eye.
Season 1-4 had pressed discs except for Amazon, which makes their own. Ebay is the better option if you can't buy from WB because certain 'warehouse' sellers buy a large lot of pressed discs from WB and sell them there.