At www.tvshowsondvd.com, you can read the details about the upcoming first season set of My Little Pony, one of those shows I never expected to see on DVD. The interesting thing is that they are releasing 50 episodes (and two specials) in this set for the same price as Rhino's usual sets for shows like Transformers, G.I. Joe, and JEM, which thus far haven't had more than 26-28 episodes. This is especially odd as the second season of G.I. Joe has less total episodes than this set, yet Rhino is putting that out in two parts (though for a lower price per set than usual, in their defense). Is this a sign of a new policy or did Rhino just figure that the target audiences were different? As a cartoon fan, I would love it if 50 half-hour episodes per set became the new standard. I'll probably be buying this set, as it is from the 1980s, the ponies are darn cute, and I am female.