Ok, I got my set and I did a quick spot check of a few things that I felt were the most important. First, I checked Turkey's Away for Pink Floyd. Nope, they are not there. However, the music that is used does have barking dogs and it does sort of sound like Pink Floyd. So the dogs joke is there but Mr. Carlson asking for the name of the orchestra line and Johnny's response (naming Pink Floyd) and the next two lines has been edited. It picks up where Carlson mentions Pigs on the Wing. Without Pink Floyd, this is the best that could be accomplished with the scene. The scene is still funny, and all of the jokes are still there and not ruined. In my opinion Shout did an excellent job preserving 99% of the scene. Loads better than the old Fox DVD set. Next I checked the run times for Hoodlum Rock and A Date With Jennifer. Both episodes clock in at over 24 minutes (closer to 25) so these appear to be the original broadcast length. The previous set used syndicated versions that were only 22 minutes. Then it was off to the episode I Do, I Do...For Now and I can confirm that Jennifer's Doorbell is Fly Me To The Moon. Yippee! I spot checked the Pilot and Pilot, Part Two. Ted Nugent is present and accounted for in part one and Bob Segar is present and accounted for in part two. I spot checked the episode Bailey's Show and A Taste Of Honey's Boogie, Oogie, Oogie is there. And finally, someone here was concerned about the episode Jennifer's Home For Christmas. Good news there. Brenda Lee, Jingle Dogs and Chuck Berry are all present and accounted for. The moment of Venus starting to sing White Christmas is there. Ok, I'm off to start fully checking each episode individually but so far things look pretty good. I'll be reporting on run times and of course all music and any edits that may occur due to missing music.