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    KP is now universally availble, thanks to Disney +

    Hey, guys. Just in case you didn't know, ( heck, I didn't know until I subscribed) but all of KP's episodes in all four seasons are now available on Disney+ under animated series (So the Drama, too). Now we can all watch all her episodes any time we want......for about $7 a month of course, but that's obviously worth it.
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    Sweet!
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    $7 a month, eh? I just might invest in that...I already subscribe to Sirius XM satellite radio (and I just love hearing no commercials on it!), so Disney+ sounds like it's a good investment at that price.
    You also get a lot of Disney, Marvel, and Star Wars movies available too, IIRC.

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    I guess that Disney won't bother bringing out the 3rd and 4th season DVDs then.
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    You never know...I've seen DVD sets for the original '80's DuckTales series in stores in recent years, as well as Chip N' Dale's Rescue Rangers (another '80's show), so it could very well happen. Considering how popular, and how highly-acclaimed KP was when the show was on DC, some marketing exec in Disney's home video division might just decide "there's gold in them thar episodes" and release them on disc.

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    Just got done rewatching the series for the first time in a decade, last time I had to buy a bootleg set from Ioffer which was not exactly the ideal to way to watch them since a few season 4 episodes had their stinger scenes cut off, so it was good to finally get to watch the show in high quality.

    Be warned though, the version of So the Drama on there is the 69 minute edited version that premiered on Disney Channel as opposed to the extended DVD version, so for that one I had to resort to torrents to get a high-quality copy of the full version, worth it though.

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    Darkrage6, Disney released a KP 4-disc set back in 2019 that contains So The Drama, A Sitch In Time, The Secret Files, and The Villain Files. I bought my copy at my local Smarty-Mart (Wal-Mart) at a reasonable price. You might still find copies in the stores, or try purchasing a copy on Amazon.com.
    Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TransWarpDrive View Post
    Darkrage6, Disney released a KP 4-disc set back in 2019 that contains So The Drama, A Sitch In Time, The Secret Files, and The Villain Files. I bought my copy at my local Smarty-Mart (Wal-Mart) at a reasonable price. You might still find copies in the stores, or try purchasing a copy on Amazon.com.
    Good luck!
    Didn't know that, i'll see about getting that.

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    Haven't gotten around to a re-watch yet, but it's good to know I should flip to my copy of the DVD for the movie.

    Reminds me of when I did a re-watch of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine on what was then CBS All Access... I was greatly disappointed that the finale was the edited 2-episode version instead of the full feature-length one.

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    Haven't gotten around to a re-watch yet, but it's good to know I should flip to my copy of the DVD for the movie.

    Reminds me of when I did a re-watch of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine on what was then CBS All Access... I was greatly disappointed that the finale was the edited 2-episode version instead of the full feature-length one.
    That's the case with a lot of shows on streaming, the Will and Grace episode "Lows in the Mid-Eighties" is only available on streaming in the edited syndicated two-part version, so you'll need the DVD set if you want the original aired hour-long version.

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