I was just over at Amazon.com, and there's a discussion group over there that is 200 posts long, bemoaning what has happened to all the classic TV and films that used to be on TV Land, AMC and some of the other cable networks. Would you believe the TV Land-bashing in that discussion was virtually universal? Can't say I blame people. There are so many classic TV shows that don't get aired anymore (at least not on familiar cable outlets), and what is TV Land pushing? Theatrical films and reality programming. Are you freaking kidding me?? AMC's almost as bad. Your chances of seeing "Colossus: The Forbin Project" or "Dr. Strangelove" on that network are almost as good as your chances of being hit by a meteor. They're on to newer things. And that's aside from the fact that they edit movies now and stuff them full of commercials. I'm seriously thinking, though, of moving up one tier on my cable hookup so I can get AmericanLife. They run Mission: Impossible, Batman, Lost in Space, WKRP and others...and right there are four shows more than I currently watch on TV Land. Hell, if I were a millionaire I'd ditch cable altogether and buy everything on DVD, uncut. But I'm only a thousandaire, so I'll take it where I can find it.