Thursday, November 30, 2006

The Transformers DVD

"The Transformers"

The Transformers is about the story of the robots sometimes transform into vehicles, weapons, and animals (Dinobots). Two opposing forces, Autobots and Decepticons, engage in a long time battle. The Transformers was aired from 1984 to 1987 followed by the Generation 2 of The Transformers that was aired in 1993.

The Transformers DVD

Thursday, November 23, 2006

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"My so called life"

My so called life is a story of a fifteen year old teenager girl who goes through a lot of changes in her life. In the show, the common teenager situations like sexuality, child-abuse, homelessness, alcoholism, adultery, kinky sex, school violence, same sex parenting, and many others.

My so called life was aired from August 25, 1994 to January 26, 1995 in ABC with 19 episodes. Claire Danes as Angela Chase, as a fifteen year old teenager girl.

My so called life DVD


Columbo is a slow witted detective that catches the criminals by using his absent-minded persona to trick them. Columbo's technique was to exit the scene of an interview, constantly stopping at the doorway to ask "just one more thing" to the suspect. Columbo wears a trench coat with a beat up car and cigars. Columbo TV series was originally aired from 1971 to 1978 and the new series was randomly aired from 1989 to 2003. Columbo was portrayed by Peter Falk.

Columbo DVD

Saturday, November 18, 2006

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From Bronx, New York, there was a lady named Rhoda Morgenstern, who had a bad puberty that lasted 17 years. She thinks that she is responsible for World War III. She went to an art school. At the age of 24, she decided to move to Minneapolis to change her life.

Rhoda TV show ran from September 9, 1974 to December 9, 1978 with 5 seasons. It starred Valerie Harper as Rhoda, David Groh, Nancy Walker, and more. It is a spinoff of The Mary Tyler Moore Show

Rhoda DVD


Edgemont is story of the lives of the students in McKinley high school. The story contained different issues on racism, homosexuality, romance, and jealousy.

Edgemont ran from January 4, 2001 to July 21, 2005 on CBC with 70 episodes.

Edgemont DVD

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

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Rawhide is a western TV series aired from 1959 to 1966 on CBS with 217 episodes. It marks the early rise of Clint Eastwood's career. It became the fourth longest American western TV series beaten by The Virginian, Bonanza, and Gunsmoke. It also starred Eric Fleming, Lon Chaney Jr., and other famous stars.

Rawhide is the story of Gil Favor, the trail boss of the cattle drive that is assisted by Rowdy Yates. Sometimes one of the members of the cattle drive or some would venture into a nearby town and encounter some trouble or other from which they needed to be rescued.

Rawhide DVD


Brimstone ran only from October 23, 1998 to February 12, 1999 with 13 episodes due to cancellation of the program. Peter Horton is Ezekiel Stone, an NYC police who was sent to hell due to the murder of his wife's rapist. After 15 years, 113 spirits escaped from hell. Stone will be returned to Earth to track down these 113 escapees, and if he can return all 113 to Hell he will earn a second chance at life on Earth. Both Stone and the escapees have superhuman powers. Because they are in fact dead, they cannot be killed or injured or even caused pain, except by themselves or by other escapees. He wears this tattoo that disappears when Stone sent back a soul to Hell. In the end of the series, Stone just sent back 12 spirits due to its cancellation.

Brimstone DVD

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

How TV shows are compiled in DVD?

Before, people would come home early just to watch their favorite TV show. It is very convenient watching your favorite TV shows at home, however, TV shows are played continuously that some people missed an episode or a scene because some of them came late at home or in some cases, one of their housemates watch another TV show. To ease that kind of problem, TV shows are compiled in CDs or in DVDs for people who are having trouble catching up on their favorite TV shows.

In this generation, people would just buy their favorite TV shows compiled in DVD to be watched whenever they want without missing a scene or an episode because if ever they did not finish an episode, they could just play the scene from where they stopped. And by watching in a CD or DVD, you would just watch the show over and over again without the hassles of missing a part from the TV show you watched from your TV station.

In the end, some people would ask, does the TV station get a compensation from the compiled TV shows? Probably, yes because I think some TV stations can get a compensation from the DVD manufacturers when one of their TV shows became popular.