With what has recently happened to a 90-minute episode of "The Jeffersons" on the S4 DVD (it has about 10 minutes total missing, and looks like a VHS dub), it seems this is a recurring trend. Longer-than-normal episodes (i.e. a 60 minute episode of a 30-minute show) are almost always the 22-minute syndicated episodes. And this extends to hour shows, too. The victims include: —Diff'rent Strokes: 2 hour long episodes of Season !: "Retrospective" (12/29/1978) and "The Trip" (3/30/1979). Season 2 is rumored for January and has 3 hour-long episodes. —Starsky and Hutch: 2 two-hour episodes of Season 2: "Las Vegas Strangler" (9/25/1976) and "Murder at Sea" (10/2/1976) —Charlie's Angels: 2 two-hour episodes of Season 2: "Angels in Paradise" (9/14/1977) and "Angels on Ice" (9/21/1977) —Married with Children: 1 hour long episode of season 4: "It's a Bundyful Life" (12/17/1989), which was available unmolested on VHS. and the latest screw up: —The Jeffersons: 1 ninety-minute episode of season 4: "George and Louise in a Bind" (2/25/1978) Every other studio can get it right, it seems, except Sony. Are they simply unaware that the episodes aired this way originally?