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Agatha Christie’s Poirot has steadily gained in popularity over time.
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An excellent piece of noir.
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I can say without trepidation that this Granada Television / ITV Network production is superb.
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Classic 1977 mini-series makes home video debut.
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One of the things that makes the Time Team’s missions so interesting is the fast pace.
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Another handful of episodes released in a never-ending Young Justice Season One.
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Hilarious "Britcom" at its finest.
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High British drama about the famous Bronte family.
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British science-fiction TV at its best.
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If good old-fashioned '80s action-animation is your thing, this is for you.
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The first, great comedy of the millennium.
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The great Alec Guinness stars in this classic Cold War spy mini-series.
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Outdated image quality, but still a fun trip through a fantasy version of London's underground
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A handful of episodes slip out onto DVD.
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The 1980 Special brings back "sponsored by Dolly Madison" memories.
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Idris Elba makes a convincing conflicted cop, but with only four episodes the second series is practically over before it starts.
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A sly and often hilarious British detective work.
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It's hard to be in love and solve mysteries at the same time.
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Seventeen and a half hours of Charles Kuralt at his best.
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In 2030, I tell my kids about a the sixth season of How I Met Your Mother.
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It's time to say goodbye to the gang from the Possum Lodge
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Aw, coconuts.
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Who ever heard of a friendly Sea Monster?
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Chemistry is indeed a vital part of this Big Bang.
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The eighth season finds Charlie Sheen "winning."
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An amazing time capsule of American history.
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Watch your favorite football-headed kid whenever you like.
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Corny, campy and courageous: the Brave and the Bold is vintage Batman!
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The DVD does not do Young Justice any justice.
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When it comes to learning, you can't beat the Street!
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The doors close on ER in fine fashion.
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For those who enjoy British historical dramas, this is very good television.
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A bored and depressed middle manager fights for his sanity.
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Three documentaries focusing on the elections of 1960, 1964, and 1968.
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The Season One two-disk set of Rocko’s Modern Life has 26 adventures paired together in 13 episodes that are all worth a watch.
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Entertaining education for parents and children to share.
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The long awaited Japense continuation of the original Transformers animated series arrives on DVD!
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More great comedy from the Possum Lodge.
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Proving that "financial thriller" is a bit of an oxymoron.
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As '70s as TV sports ever got.
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The final episodes in the Stargate franchise.
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A fascinating documentary about some of Britain's greatest minds.
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So who is going to take the place of Harold?
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Improves upon Season One and rises near the top of the USA Network roster.
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A delightful throwback to a bygone era.
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Breezy, formulaic show continues its successful run.
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Award winning journalist Mike Wallace looks back on the conflicts of the 20th century.
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Weekly crimes pale in comparison to the far more interesting central mystery.
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Delve into all 22 second season episodes of this '80s fave.
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The legendary series returns with a new cast and timeline, but the classic central theme intact.
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Quirky residents of an English seaside town cope with an unloveable doctor and his blood phobia.
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Pufnstuf is watching you... will you watch him?
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TV Geek Army and Vivendi Entertainment have teamed up to bring one lucky reader a chance to win H.R. Pufnstuf The Complete Series on DVD.
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A DVD release not worth waiting for.
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The second season of this eighties hit is still great TV.
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Good old-fashioned fun with a Canadian twist.
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Crystal Cove 90210 hints at Mystery Inc. greatness.
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DCI Janine Lewis' family-life scenarios will make or break the program for viewers.
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A provocative discussion about the meaning and impact of the Constitution from 1987.
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Hardcore Gleeks now have the option of owning the latest episodes on DVD months earlier than the eventual full season set.
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The slightly sinister Tokyo setting of Ikebukuro is the series' common denominator.
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Those curious about the "Who Shot J.R.?" phenomenon will find much of interst here.
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Its TV days are gone, but that doesn't mean it's over.
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Suave spies and fisticuffs in '60s Britain. What's not to like?
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The UK black comedy from 2000 finally washes up on US shores.
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NOVA presents archaeological explorations of these ancient mysteries, using modern techniques to attempt to solve the age-old riddles.
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Before there was Robocop, before there was The Terminator, there was Steve Austin.
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Sometimes you get too much time to wrap up a series.
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The disc can't do a little 'cause it can't do enough.
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An exceptionally fun and consistent and entertaining half-hour season of comedy is out on DVD, if light on bonus features.
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This show, like the book, sparkles like a real Botswana diamond.
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Mad Men Season Three is a pivotal and game changing work of art that sets the stage for a completely new direction for the show, the Drapers, and the brave clan who have broken free from the "hull" of the old Sterling Cooper.
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