Very funny, we laughed out loud many many times and we couldn't stop watching the dvds. Each and every character brings some humour to the story. I use to watch it on tv years ago, it's has funny as it was back in those days!
Here, on Amazon.ca, no useful or intelligent review is available to answer the question posed in this post's title.
And the sparse information provided by Amazon.ca does not help alleviate concerns, doubts, and uncertainty -- so this review and its associated rating reflects precisely that.
On Amazon.com, linked directly on this product's page here, on Amazon.ca, several reviewers warn clearly and vociferously that this ISN'T a proper complete set of the series, that it has been edited to varying degrees, dialogue, endings cut, in order to fit the network TV's syndicated half-hour format, episodes chopped to approximately 21 minutes in order to allow for commercial space.
There is a reference to a Mill Creek Entertainment release, and here, eOne Films is referenced (the difference: in name only, probably, assuming the data is even correct in the first place) -- however, knowing full well the unreliable, error-filled (not to mention chronically incomplete) information Amazon often provides about the products they sell, that can't be considered reliable or reassuring information. (Especially since in this product's case Amazon.ca doesn't provide the total programme length/running time either -- assuming, once more, that the numbers would be correctly quoted, rather than just another error, or simply copied over from the US site facts-unchecked.)
As a result, we're sitting on the fence when it comes to this and several other items, not knowing whether it's the "real thing" or "snake oil" they're trying to sell us.
This item, among others, we'd have purchased already, were it not for that lack of full disclosure and full product info, and the resulting lack of consumer confidence. Justifiably so: it wouldn't be the first time we've witnessed false claims of "completeness," among other things.
To put it as simply as I can: we'd have already bought it, if we knew WHAT, exactly, were we buying. Or, to put it more bluntly (without intending to sound needlessly paranoid): we'd have bought it if we could be certain we weren't being conned.
In the meantime, I suppose we'll wait for a new release, a new version, where "complete" really means COMPLETE. And where product information is full, 100% accurate, containing 0% false claims, and the product, the company behind it, and the seller alike can be trusted.Read more ›