I did an article Tuesday on how the Chappelle's Show DVD has quietly become one of the biggest TV DVDs ever. It's still in the top 10 more than 18 weeks after its release. In doing research for the write-up, I asked Video Store Magazine to compile a list of the biggest-selling TV DVDs to date, which I included. Due to a technical gaffe, my write-up has not been made available on the Star Tribune's web site, so I'm reposting the wire-service version of it here for those who might find it of interest: It's interesting to see how even the biggest-selling TV titles--despite the boom in the genre--don't really sell that much compared with movie DVDs. The Simpsons S1 would fall somewhere between Gangs of New York (no. 43) and Spy Kids 2 (No. 44) on last year's top-sellers' list. It's also interesting to note HBO's strong showing despite its pricing strategy.