I've been watching the reruns on ABC Family and I'm reminded of the glory days of the show when it was actually on TV on ABC. Why in the world would ABC cancel one of the cheapest shows in the world to make? It's shot on video, there are no scripts and I'm sure they make revenue on the studio audience tickets. I don't know how they would handle the DVD release of the show seeing as how each season averaged around 30-40 episodes. If you check the episode guide at epguides.com , apparently ABC has aired them wildly out of order. Perhaps they could go the Volume 1, Volume 2 route. I would buy these in a heartbeat. The show exemplified some of the most genuinely hilarious moments of television history in my opinion. There's around 160 episodes that have aired total so perhaps we could get 5 volumes each containing 4-discs. I would think that these would be easy to get on DVD seeing as how they probably wouldn't have to worry about residuals and music clearances. And I would know with all my years of experience in the DVD industry . Maybe Disney could take out all the bleeps they had to put in because of the "family hour" in which it aired. I read an article somewhere that said there are about 20 some episodes that are in the can that haven't aired yet. Maybe Disney could release it as "Whose Line: The Lost Episodes". Who's with me on this one?