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Wild Thornberries DVD (interesting development)

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Drtooth, Feb 16, 2011.

  1. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    I don't mind if they edited out the hotel sequence... I've seen it on Youtube so many dang times, I can almost recite it. Hate the others are though... it's not like anyone under the age of 13 is even going to care... but I guess it's the masters and Nick's final say.

    Still, this one has FEATURES! And a cover by the creator (supposedly). I want to pick this one up a lot more than the first.
  2. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

  3. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    I hate it when they split the sets up in "Season One, Part One", "Season One, Part Two", etc... it makes it so confusing, like the other day when I overheard a daughter tell her mother or grandmother or whoever that it was part one she had, it was part two she didn't have, "See, there's Season One, Part One, and there's Season Two, Part Two..."

    Now then, as long as Nick is releasing it's classic Nicktoons on DVD... how about some of the live-action shows as well? I would LOVE a Region 1 release of Kenan and Kel!
  4. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    Not a fan of that either... especially when the episode count is like 20 episodes on 2 sets. I give credit for Warner Bros. doing that with Batman The Brave and the Bold... because that's basically the only thing they're releasing in 2 disk sets now. I hate collecting 5 episodes on a $15+ disk, and I'm ticked they are releasing Young Justice that way. I like how they came to their senses with Scooby-Doo: Mystery Inc, and just released the last 14 episodes on a single set, when we had that lame 3 volumes of 4 episodes garbage. And they wonder why DVD sales are so low. THEIR fault.

    Still, I actually can't find these Nicktoons releases in most stores. FYE's are gone... all the Best Buys near me suck... Target sometimes gets one int, but usually doesn't. That only leaves local chain Newbury Comics, and usually they only have used copies of them (at like 2-3 bucks off, so it's not that much of a deal). They DID get in Rocko season 2, though.
  5. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    This is another interesting development...

    http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Franklin-The-DVD-Collection/16577

    Personally, I wasn't much for Nick Jr. as a kid, but Franklin was pretty much the only Nick Jr. show I actually watched... then it suddenly became like Arthur, they started cranking out all these new episodes that were terrible, then it seemed like the reruns were dominated mostly by the newer episodes and hardly ever running the older ones again. Once again, I'm having a should I or shouldn't I debate regarding this set...
  6. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    The bigger question is... how the heck come these start up or indie DVD companies have a complete series of something on DVD for less than 30 bucks and turn a profit, but the mainstream companies are stuck in 1999 land of several episodes on a single disk? Are those licenses THAT cheap or something? I mean, Mill Creak's packaging is lousy... I'd spring the extra few bucks for small, divided spindles or other cost effective multi-spindled packaging... but a full season of 3rd Rock from the Sun for 5 bucks? How come I have to buy Young Justice and Looney Tunes Show for 15 bucks for 4 episodes or less, and I can get a season of a sitcom with NO alterations to the original music (in other words, all rights have been paid for), but a new series costs twice and three times that much for far less episodes?
  7. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

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    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

  9. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    You know I almost bought a Rocko's Modern Life production drawing, but got an animation cel of Scratch, Grounder, and Coconuts instead.
  10. BobThePizzaBoy

    BobThePizzaBoy Well-Known Member

    My uncle bought a Ren & Stimpy cel once and had it up in his kitchen for a while. No clue if they still have it though.
  11. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    I found them at a convention and they were like shockingly affordable (provided you didn't want a backdrop). They actually had some Ren and Stimpy and like 1 or 2 Rocko ones, but they cost more than I had.
  12. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

  13. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    It should come as no surprise whatsoever that it was too much trouble for Warner Bros. to release any new CN Hall of Fame DVDs... instead, what do they do? They re-release their already-existing Hall of Fame titles in one set... like we really care. :rolleyes:

    Seriously, I want the other seasons of Courage, and the Eds, and I certainly want to see some Cow and Chicken releases!
  14. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member


    No surprises at all. WB absolutely SUCKS when it comes to releasing DVD's, unless they manage to do it right. It took 3 DVD releases of Adventure Time to finally get a complete season set. That's their current most popular show. What does that tell you? PPG only got completely released on DVD, after one fell swoop (after the first set, of course). Not to mention the fact they didn't even finish the EEE season sets off. And the movies of EEE, Dexter, KND, and Johnny Bravo were never even released on DVD period (Dexter as a VHS, nothing else).

    But then again, I'm still waiting for Tiny Toons Season 2 (a very brief season, mind you) and Animaniacs volume 4. Those are never going to happen at this point.

    I give them credit as of late. At least with Green Lantern, they went straight to the 13 episodes on 2 disk release with that one. Ditto the new release of Scooby's all Star Laff-a-lympics.
  15. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    Since Nickelodeon is putting the episodes on DVD out of order out of pure laziness or whatever, here is an episode list for RML in the correct order they should be in:

    Season One.
    1. "Carnival Knowledge; Sand in Your Naval"
    2. "Sucker for the Suck-O-Matic; Canned"
    3. "Rocko's Happy Sack; Flu-In-U-En-Za"
    4. "Who's for Dinner?; Love Spanked"
    5. "Clean Lovin'; Unbalanced Load"
    6. "Leap Frogs; Bedfellows"
    7. "No Pain, No Gain; Who Gives a Buck?"
    8. "Jet Scream; Dirty Dog"
    9. "Keeping Up with the Bigheads; Skid Marks"
    10. "The Good, the Bad, and the Wallaby; Trash-O-Madness"
    11. "Power Trip; To Heck and Back"
    12. "Spitballs; Popcorn Pandemonium"
    13. "Cabin Fever; Rinse and Spit"

    Season Two
    14. "I Have No Son"
    15. "Pipe Dreams; Tickled Pinky"
    16. "The Lounge Singer; She's the Toad"
    17. "Down the Hatch; Road Rash"
    18. "Boob Tubed; Commuted Sentence"
    19. "Rocko's Modern Christmas: Can't Squeeze Cheer from a Cheese Log"
    20. "Hut-Sut-Raw; Kiss Me, I'm Foreign"
    21. "Cruisin'"
    22. "Born to Spawn; Uniform Behavior"
    23. "Hair Licked; Gutterballs"
    24. "Junk Junkies; Day of the Flecko"
    25. "Snowballs; Frog's Best Friend"
    26. "Short Story; Eyes Capades"

    Season Three
    27. "Sugar Frosted Frights; Ed is Dead: A Thriller"
    28. "The Emperor's New Joe; Schnitheads"
    29. "Bye, Bye Bird; Belch of Destiny"
    30. "Nothing to Sneeze At; Old Fogey Froggy"
    31. "Maniac Mechanic; Rocko's Happy Vermin"
    32. "Camera Shy; Fish-N-Chumps"
    33. "I See London, I See France; Fatlands"
    34. "Fortune Cookie; Dear John"
    35. "Speaking Terms; Tooth and Nail"
    36. "An Elk for Heffer; Scrubbin' Down Under"
    37. "Wacky Delly"
    38. "The Big Question; The Big Answer"
    39. "Zanzibar; Fatal Contraption"

    Season Four
    40. "With Friends Like These; Sailing the Seven Zzzz's"
    41. "The High-Five of Doom; Fly Burger"
    42. "Ed Good, Rocko Bad; Teed Off"
    43. "Wimp on the Barbie; Yarnbenders"
    44. "Closet Clown; Seat to Stardom"
    45. "Mama's Boy; Feisty Geist"
    46. "S.W.A.K.; Magic Meatball"
    47. "Put to Pasture; Future Schlock"
    48. "Dumbells; Rug Birds"
    49. "Hypno-Puppy Love; Driving Mrs. Wolfe"
    50. "Bedfellows (in place of "Heff in a Handbasket"); Wallaby on Wheels"
    51. "Turkey Time; Floundering Fathers"
    52. "Pranksters; From Here to Maternity"
  16. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    Hoo-hah:

    http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Rockos-Modern-Life-Season-4/17721

    At this time, however, I am really kicking myself in the nuts for not getting Season Three when it came out. I had it... it was in my hands... I looked at it... but at that time, I had other purchases to make that were of slight more importance (or so I thought), so I figured since the stores have been doing well to release Rocko on time, I'd wait and get Season Three another time; finally, when another time got here, guess what happened? Not a single Rocko amongst a horde of SpongeBob and Dora. All of the sudden, Rocko Season Three wasn't sold in stores, according to the guys working at the registers. I KNEW I should have gotten it then.
  17. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    Got Season Three of Rocko for Christmas (yayz), and I really enjoyed the bonus featurette with Joe Murray talking about some of the people who were involved with the making of the show (and I'm glad I finally know how to pronounce Carlos Alazraqui's name), as well as insight as to what inspired a number of episodes like "Bye, Bye Birdie", "Belch of Destiny" (not one of my favorite, actually), "Camera Shy", "Fish n Chumps", and of course "Wacky Delly"... but, maybe I'm missing some thing, because I thought there was supposed to be a full-episode commentary for "The Big Question; The Big Answer", but apparently there wasn't... there wasn't even any mention of that episode in Joe's featurette, but, oh well, the featurette alone was pretty neat.

    But now, I'm really miffed that, once again, they were holding out a feature or two exclusively for the complete series set, and I HATE it when studios do that... I remember years and years ago when Fox released all of the individual seasons of M*A*S*H with no special features, THEN, they re-released ALL ELEVEN SEASONS in a complete series set WITH special features, people complained BIG TIME, and at least they recalled the complete series set (for a time, any way), and re-released the special features in a new set along with the series finale as the main feature. Supposedly, one of the features included on the complete series set of Rocko is a live-action version of Wacky Delly acted out by Joe and his crew.
  18. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    I think I might just hold out and get that complete series. I HATE that complete series have special things that aren't available on the single sets, but I hate it when the complete series doesn't have the same things the individual sets have. Like the Fraggle Rock note pads. I haven't got the rest of that series because I didn't know if I wanted to bother double dipping with season 1 to save a lot of money or to just get the other 3 sets separately for the notebooks.
  19. BobThePizzaBoy

    BobThePizzaBoy Well-Known Member

  20. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    I honestly wish Nick would give Shout the license to release Fairly Oddparents in season sets. And, as they own them now, the 2k3 TMNT series. Not like they're making any money off of it.


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