A recent thread on Knight Rider Season 4 had me thinking about the absence of the original stereophonic sound on many TV show DVDs. The first two seasons of The Golden Girls are an infamous example. The only other ones who goofed in this respect that I know of are: Punky Brewster, Season 2 (all but 1 episodes are mono and sound badly distorted, especially the use of the letter "s" in the theme song; some still have the "in stereo where available" graphic intact. One episode, "Urban Fear" is stereo but sounds to me like fake stereo with very poor separation, and is pretty compressed to boot). I have no NBC broadcasts of this show to compare it to. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Season 1 (which I don't own). Are there any other snafus like these? However, there is one thing I was also thinking of. "Garfield and Friends" was broadcast in stereo on CBS, but the DVDs are in mono. I listened to my CBS broadcasts from the final 2 seasons and to me they sounded like fake stereo, thus a mono presentation of this show would be correct. I hate fake stereo remixes (especially on Fox's older, mono movies), and if they don't have the elements to create "true stereo" re-mixes, they should leave it alone. Even if they can, they should always have the original mixes as an option.