Although they got most every other MTM show Fox didn't want, which was pretty much everything other than The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Remington Steele, Shout! would rather do the likes of Saved by the Bell and Power Rangers in box sets. I still haven't forgiven NBC for pushing out all their Saturday morning cartoons for the former nor Fox for pushing out Tiny Toon Adventures and Animaniacs for the latter, and I never will. My wallet needed a break anyway after a huge wave of shows I actually would watch with a gun to my head in addition to shows I'd been waiting to see finished for years and years along with this one.* Let's face it: this is how the DVDs would look if they came out today. But at least DVDs would be yours as long as you wanted them. I really am trying to see all sides of this equation. *That's why I don't buy them pleading poverty on either this or Silver Spoons, which is linked to St. Elsewhere by Crimson Tide, by Ray Walston guest appearances, the use of the song "Saving All My Love For You," and for it getting pushed to syndication for another show Chad Allen was on: Our House, which also ended in 1988 after failing to beat Disney in the race to come in second opposite 60 Minutes. Thank goodness for Sony's Fraggle Rock Blu-ray set to remind me that some 1980s nostalgia really is justified.