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    TV Show Boxed Sets - What's In Your Collection?

    Here's a thread for discussing our favorite TV shows in boxed sets of DVDs. What are your favorites, and how far along are you in collecting the various shows by season?
    My collection includes favorites from the 70's; I've got the first four seasons of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," as well as the first three of "All in The Family." I also have the first season of "The Bob Newhart Show."
    I have "The Ultimate Carson Collection Starring Johnny Carson, Vols. 1-3." This is a collection of clips from guests he had on "The Tonight Show" during the 60's, 70's, 80's, and 90's. It also has a bunch of special behind-the-scenes documentaries on Johnny's life and career, and the making of the "Tonight Show." It also includes Johnny's last two shows - the one with Robin Williams and Bette Midler as his final guests; and his very last show on May 22, 1992 where he just reminisced about his years as host. I've got another set of Carson DVDs, titled, "Here's...The Johnny Carson Show," featuring clips from the TV shows he hosted in the 50's, before the "Tonight Show." That's a two-disc set.
    I have boxed sets for "Airwolf," seasons 1 & 2 (have yet to get the third season's set). A friend of mine was kind enough to give me an extra boxed set he had of the complete first season of "MacGyver."
    I have "The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes," a collection of some of the Holmes episodes starring the late Jeremy Brett. That's a 3-disc set.
    I've got all the A&E Network's "Horatio Hornblower" movies in boxed sets: "Horatio Hornblower: The Complete Adventures" is a 6-disc set; and the last two "Hornblower" films are included on the 2-disc "Horatio Hornblower: The New Adventures."
    On the science-fiction front, I have "Joss Whedon's Firefly - The Complete Series" in a 4-disc set, as well as the complete first season of "Star Trek: The Original Series." That's an 8-disc set.
    Since I'm also a Barry Manilow fan, I recently bought "Barry Manilow; The First Television Specials." It's a 5-disc set that includes all the TV specials he created between 1977 and 1988.
    Although these last two shows are not released in boxed sets by season, I'm including them here as part of my TV collection. I have all four "Hannah Montana" discs: "Livin' The Rock Star Life!"; "Pop Star Profile;" "Life's What You Make It;" and "One in a Million." Each disc has three episodes of the show on it.
    And, of course, I have all four "Kim Possible" DVDs: "The Secret Files;" "The Villain Files;" "A Sitch In Time;" and "So The Drama."

    Those are my TV show collections on DVD. What do you have? Feel free to share.

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    Not very many. I own seasons 1 and 2 of Teen Titans, which I bought myself, and season 7 of Dallas, which my daughters bought me for Christmas last year.

    I'd like to have The Fugitive, but I don't think the whole series is available yet.

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    I have the entire Babylon Five series recorded......I didn't buy it, I actually recorded it all...........I'll have to break down and buy it eventually. I have the entire Shogun mini-series. Like TWD, I have all four of the KP DVD's ("The Secret Files;" "The Villain Files;" "A Sitch In Time;" and "So The Drama."), as well as the Disney Christmas DVD with "AVPC" on it, and then I have the Season One Box Set, and very soon the Season Two Box Set as well.
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    I have all the KP DVDs that have been released. I don't have the Disney DVD with 'A Very Possible Christmas' on it, though.

    I really, really want the season boxed sets of Full House, but that might have to wait until Christmas. I have a bunch of episodes recorded on my DVR, but there's only so much space. Maybe not Season One, but the rest would be nice...
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    Jeriddian's post reminded me: I, too, have the Disney Holiday DVD with "AVPC" included. It's part of my KP DVD collection. I just forgot to mention it earlier (oops).

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    While they're technically not on DVDs, I do have a few complete collections.

    The first is all the seasons of KP; I downloaded them off BitTorrent and iTunes for use in my AMVs.

    For the second "boxed set," I bit the bullet and got Season One of "Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex" off of iTunes.
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    Off the top of my head?

    Airwolf
    season 3
    Seasons 7 and 10 Stargate: SG-1
    Stargate: Atlantis season 1
    Battlestar Galactica season 1/mini-series
    And . . . that's all I can remember.

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    The X-Files: all.
    Star Trek: TNG (VHS): all.
    Corner Gas: seasons 1,2.
    Due South: seasons 1-3(4).
    Monk: seasons 1-4.
    Stargate SG-1: seasons 1-6.
    Avatar - The Last Airbender: seasons 1-3.
    Kim Possible: all the eps available on DVD.
    Roughnecks, Chronicles of the Starship Troopers: The complete campaign (which isn't so complete. )
    Escaflowne: eps 1-26 + movie.
    Gundam Seed: eps 1-52.

    Hmm, that's all I have, I think -- at least, all I have of television series that premiered eps on a weekly basis in North America.
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    I now own Full House, Season 6 and soon hope to own Season 7.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoTeamGirl View Post
    I now own Full House, Season 6 and soon hope to own Season 7.
    It's kind of strange thinking about the Olsen twins. They were cute cuddly babies and now they're successful business people in their own right (so I hear).
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