Edits... here's my 2 cents aboiut this whole edited pitch reel fiasco. If Disney threw the pitch reel on the set as an Easter egg or as a hidden bonus not listed anywhere, still edited as it is now, I might be a little less ******. Simply because it would then be a happy surprise to find, and if I knew it was edited and didn't care to take the time to find it because of the edits then, I could watch the set and forget it was even there. But for Disney to put so much emphasise on the pitch reel's inclusion on the set and as "Something you were never meant to see" then edit it, seems just really bait and switch dishonest. If they are really trying to bulid the fan-base and market this set to collectors (Note the very graphic based cover design instead of using stock poser cast photos) then they need to leave everying "completly restored and remasterd" as advertised, and not "Edited because we can, and we'll get you $$ one, way or another." After the initial shock of hearing of the edits I too thought it might be because of the CBS logo, But here's where that theory falls flat to me: If they really wanted to keep it there are other options instead of a straight cut, such as: * Roto-scoping Kermit out and have him appear in front of the red cutians or some other Muppet Show related background * Relpacing the CBS logo with the ABC logo * Relpacing the CBS logo with a black background * Using other footage of Kermit that matches the vocal track * Having the dialogue audible over black * GET CLEARENCE FROM CBS!! See many options. If it really was for the CBS reasion then Disney just didn't try hard enough, and if it was for the PC reason then they obiously don't know how to tell a joke because Kermit's "What the H-E-L-L was that all about?" is the punch line to the entire build up of the frantic sales pitch that precedes it! Either way it won't effect my descion to get the set, but it definately dampens my apprecation for what truly could have been a "Completly Restored and Remasterd" first season.