- Feb 5, 2006
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All I want is for Shout to have learned their lesson from their craptacular release of Danny Phantom season 2 and release season 3 as one set, not two parts...
I don't know who's on the episode order... I'd tend to think Nick is the one to blame on this one, since Shout usually goes to great lengths with their products. They even managed to splice in footage missing from Transformers episodes from other sources. Something Rhino didn't do. Nick is the one that gave them the over-edited safe Rocko reruns instead of the original working print.They really screwed up though. I don't know who's fault it is but for one, the episodes were out of order...ok...I'll give them a pass on that since it doesn't affect story, but part 1 was incorrectly labeled and had different episodes than what was on the insert, and part 2 was basically half of part 1 and the episodes they missed...still, the season IS complete...just really messed up
From what I understand, they did at least re-issue the first half with a corrected sleeve, but it seems to be out of print...or something...Amazon doesn't have part 1, except on the rare occasion it pops up as a private dealer...which I assume is where mine came from (and the plastic thingy that holds the disks was broke, but that could have happened during shipping) I'm not overly upset about it, but it's still annoying considering Season 1 was a great set, despite not having bonus features. it's perplexing how they could have messed season 2 up so bad.
Some of this is pretty pathetic. Granted, it was a hard ballot to get in on with all the stars, but still, the hall should be granted based on hard statistics and nothing else, something that isn't happening.The Baseball Hall of Fame did not elect a candidate into the Hall this year, despite loads of stars being on the ballot. For some reason, writers think they are experts on steroids and qualified to decide whether or not players like Jeff Bagwell and Craig Biggio and Mike Piazza used steroids based on their conjecture and not actual facts. It boggles the mind that writers could decide that Barry Larkin is above skepticism but not Craig Biggio. Clearly the system needs to be changed if it's keeping guys like Tim Raines on the sidelines for no reason at all.