At last! At this rate, they won't issue the last season of the series till 2046. And I'll be the 85 year old geezer in a tent in front of the Microdot Implant Video Store ready to get my copy inserted.
One of the funniest sitcoms ever, albeit admittedly non-politically-correct at the expense of the Jewish people. However, the show was equally rough on WASPs, the British, the wealthy and their sycophants, the famous, the elderly, the New York theatre community, drag queens, well you name it really.
Apparently, the delay in releasing additional seasons of the show is due to all the releases needed from the dozens of cameo and guest stars who appeared, in virtually every episode. It really helped if you were around in the 70s, as the show referred to that decade repeatedly, and tapped heavily from it for those unusual guest stars, often whom we hadn't seen since the 70s.
Mostly though, the show was simply, reliably FUNNY, each episode a frenzied barrage of slapstick, word play and vaudevilian gags. Daniel Davis as Niles the butler and his trick eyebrow alone, are worth the purchase price.
God bless Fran Drescher!