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Seasons of Shows with Cross over not included

Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by John*Wells, Mar 31, 2019.

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    In a more general sense, one can ask whether off-network syndication reruns packages ever included any of the crossover episodes from other shows.
     
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    Thinking about it more, I can only recall one case of off-network syndicated reruns where a crossover was done in reruns: CSI Miami + CSI NY crossover.

    IIRC it was either on AETV (CSI Miami) or Spike (CSI NY) reruns of CSI franchise episodes from 2005. It started in CSI Miami season 4 episode "Felony Flight" and concluded in New York City in CSI NY season 2 episode "Manhattan Manhunt".
     
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    Ron1973 Beverly Hillbilles nut extraordinaire

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    Before they shipped out edited episodes of The Beverly Hillbillies, our local station never showed most of the Petticoat Junction episodes where the Clampetts visited nor the episode where Sam Drucker visited the Clampetts. They showed the episode where Granny learns she has to go to Hooterville and the episode where she thinks the family is starving and hurries to get back. I hope if/when CBS gets to S7 that they will include the two PJ episodes with Granny.
     
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    The "Make Room For Daddy" cast guest-starred on "I Love Lucy," aka a segment of the Desilu Playhouse by that point (1958). This episode is on the final Lucy dvd set.

    They teamed up once more the following year. Lucy and Ricky made an appearance on "Make Room For Daddy," in early 1959. The MRFD episode, "Lucy Upsets the Williams Household," did not appear on the I Love Lucy dvd collection but is available on (one of the very few) MRFD dvd sets.
     
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    "Three's Company" included two episodes of "The Ropers," rebranded as "Three's Company." (The rest of "The Ropers" was retitled "Three's Company's Friends The Ropers," and "Three's A Crowd" was retitled "Three's Company Too.")

    When WGN in Chicago ran "Barney Miller," "Fish" was included in the package, and at one point WGN was showing "Fish" and calling it "Barney Miller."
     
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    The Lone Gunmen and The X-Files. Introduced on The X-Files had their own spin-off show which was cancelled then went back to The X-Files. The spin-off single season is not part of the complete series.

    The Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman. Made history as both on different networks at the time. From memory joint crossover episodes with a Part 1 and Part 2 usually spread over both aren't on both titles.

    Manimal was continued on Nightman. The Manimal complete series boxset does not have that episode.
     

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