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PPC Pipin

Posted:
5/13/2013 8:41:09 PM

Just Call Me Cheapskate!

Well, its not that bad. But I would like to know from anyone who's bought it where I could get the M*A*S*H Finale at a reasonable price.

Any suggestions?

Big Daddy O'Reilly

Posted:
5/14/2013 10:48:38 PM

I'm pretty sure it's been out of print for some time now.

Sometimes, older releases will surface at places like Sam's Club, maybe keep an eye open there?

Ms. Flagg

Posted:
5/15/2013 12:19:58 AM

Got mine at Walmart.

$5.

Big Daddy O'Reilly

Posted:
5/15/2013 12:27:10 AM

Ms. Flagg wrote:
Got mine at Walmart.

$5.

Isn't that sad? The $5 discount bin at Walmart is like the dumping grounds for crappy movies, offbrand animated features, and compilation sets that nobody wants to buy in the first place.

ninetoMASH

Posted:
5/16/2013 2:51:10 AM

This may not be right on topic but I have all the seasons on DVD but was wondering if the the "Medicine and Martinis" set is worth the money. It still apears to be pretty spendy. I have the reunion episodes and the Movie recorded.

Big Daddy O'Reilly

Posted:
5/16/2013 9:23:16 PM

I've said it a million times before, and I'll probably still say it a million times in the future, but complete series sets for long-runners is simply not practical. Individual season sets work better because they're cheaper, you can purchase the seasons you like and not purchase ones you don't (I've got Seasons One through Five in a limited edition gift set, and Six and Seven separate). Complete series sets need to be reserved for series that lasted a season or two at best, that makes more sense, and it's more practical. I mean, just imagine if THE SIMPSONS EVER conclude, a complete series set for that is going to be ASTRONOMICAL!

PPC Pipin

Posted:
6/13/2013 10:07:31 PM

Big Daddy O'Reilly wrote:
Isn't that sad? The $5 discount bin at Walmart is like the dumping grounds for crappy movies, offbrand animated features, and compilation sets that nobody wants to buy in the first place.

I know. Sad, isn't it. Its a shame today's world picks "Family Guy" and "The Big Bang Theory" over decent shows worth watching.

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