Ben, thanks for those. They must have been taken from different episodes than the ones I checked, and they must have switched them around from week to week until Paramount retired the blue mountain altogether. The Golden Girls on DVD ends with the "Touchstone Television" logo on all 7 seasons when originally on NBC, it used "Touchstone Films*" for season 1, then "Touchstone Pictures" for season 2, but didn't switch to the word "Television" until season 3 or 4. The DVDs also have a Buena Vista International logo after that, but since Disney no longer uses the Buena Vista name for distribution, all the Hulu versions have are the Touchstone logo. The company that made The Facts of Life changed its three times in nine years; during that time, its ownership changed as well. They didn't start using a logo until late 1982 after T.A.T. Communications merged with Embassy and an actual logo came into use for the first time, and they kept using it until the middle of the 9th season, but on DVD only seasons 5 and 6 (the Edna's Edibles seasons) have it. At first, I thought they didn't want to give Coca-Cola free advertising, but that doesn't explain why some, but not all, episodes of Designing Women on DVD still have the Columbia Pictures Television logo with a Coca-Cola byline while also capturing the logo changes between 1986 and 1993 without any Sony additions at the end. *Sorry I could only find that in the context of another show. How ironic Ellen Burstyn failed in a sitcom the same time Lucille Ball did in Life With Lucy after Linda Lavin spent 9 years on Alice playing a role Ellen won an Oscar for, but re-written by Lucy's old writers from her first three shows, And coincidentally, Jenny Lewis went from playing Lucy's granddaughter in Life With Lucy to playing the girl who stole Rose Nylund's teddy bear on Golden Girls to playing Shelley Long's daughter in Troop Beverly Hills, whose costume designer, Theodora Van Runkle, also designed the costumes for the movie Mame, which Lucille Ball and Bea Arthur were in.