I just sent this e-mail to Apple (after I'll show you what they wrote back): Dear Apple, My name is ********. I was an early adopter of Apple, Macintosh, iPod, and the iTunes Music Store. From the iTMS, I have been purchasing each episode of The Office as it has become available. Apple recently added a Season Pass to The Office. The season pass costs $34.99. There will be a total of 23 episodes of The Office when the season has ended. I have already purchased 19 episodes (all that are available thus far) for a total of $37.81. It would be foolish of me to buy a Season Pass at this point as I would be buying 19 episodes over again and paying for them again. If I continue buying individual episodes throughout the rest of the season, my total purchase price for season 2 will be $45.77. I feel as if I am being punished for being an early adopter of Apple's TV offerings. I wish Apple would have finalized its pricing schemes before making these shows available. I would appreciate an amelioration of the situation or a gesture of goodwill. Thank you for your attention to this matter. Sincerely, ***************, Esq. THEY WROTE BACK: Dear ****************, Thank you for contacting the iTunes Music Store. Please note that when purchasing an album, you will be charged the full price for the album. If you have previously purchased tracks from this album, no discount is given. Please note that this also applies for television series in which an episode may have been available prior to the entire season. Thank you for being an iTunes Music Store customer. We appreciate your business. Sincerely, ************ OK, but should I write back and tell them that the entire season still isn't available, and that the difference between this and buying singles off an album and then wanting the album discount, is that the season pass discount didn't become available until after the 19th episode was posted? I am not meaning to be petty..I really am on a very limited income.