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* ''WesternAnimation/TeampSupremo'' is probably one of the most under-rated and hardest to find Disney cartoons EVER! The only episodes available were 2 low-quality VHS recordings, until 11 episodes from the first season, plus two of the holiday special episodes, were made officially available by Blim, a Mexican streaming service owned by Creator/Televisa. After that, 2 more VHS recordings of previously unavailable episodes have turned up.
22nd Mar '17 6:53:39 PM GalaxyUnicorn
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* Other than a VHS and DVD release of ''Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse'' and ''Mickey's House of Villains'', as well as the show's pilot episode as a DVD bonus of the former, there is actually no release of ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'' anywhere. Many of the show's episodes and shorts have been uploaded onto Website/YouTube and/or [=KissCartoon=], so at least there's that.

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* Other than a VHS and DVD release of ''Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse'' and ''Mickey's House of Villains'', as well as the show's pilot episode as a DVD bonus of the former, there is actually no release of ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'' anywhere. Many of the show's episodes and shorts have been uploaded onto Website/YouTube and/or [=KissCartoon=], several sites, so at least there's that.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Fillmore}}'': There were a good number of episodes on [=YouTube=], but they were all removed except a few episodes subbed from German and the like. Thankfully, the show can be found on [=KissCartoon=].

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Fillmore}}'': There were a good number of episodes on [=YouTube=], but they were all removed except a few episodes subbed from German and the like. Thankfully, the show can be The episodes are still easily found on [=KissCartoon=].other sites, however.



* ''WesternAnimation/PepperAnn'' doesn't have any VHS/DVD releases and last appeared on American television when ToonDisney aired a two-hour block of episodes in 2007. Episodes exist on YouTube, but in a barely-watchable form. The whole show can be found on [=KissCartoon=].
* ''WesternAnimation/TheProudFamily'' has the first 15 episodes available on iTunes, and its made-for-TV movie on DVD. The remaining 40 in between can be found on [=KissCartoon=].

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* ''WesternAnimation/PepperAnn'' doesn't have any VHS/DVD releases and last appeared on American television when ToonDisney aired a two-hour block of episodes in 2007. Episodes exist on YouTube, but in a barely-watchable form. The After much searching by many dedicated people, the whole show can be series was finally found on [=KissCartoon=].
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheProudFamily'' has the first 15 episodes available on iTunes, and its made-for-TV movie on DVD. The remaining 40 in between episodes can be found on [=KissCartoon=].various sites.



* ''Disney's WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'' had 4 2-episode VHS releases in the 1990s, while for a long time TheMovie was available ''only'' on VHS (it is available for streaming on-demand on various sites; it was made available on DVD via Disney Movie Club). There were various [=VideoCD=] releases of the movie in other countries, but they've all gone out of print. Sure, it wasn't as beloved as the Nick series (Doug and Roger's original voice actor BillyWest did not care for it to say the least), but it was still popular nonetheless, so you'd think Disney would've given it better treatment. The complete Disney series can now be found on [=KissCartoon=].

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* ''Disney's WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'' had 4 2-episode VHS releases in the 1990s, while for a long time TheMovie was available ''only'' on VHS (it is available for streaming on-demand on various sites; it was made available on DVD via Disney Movie Club). There were various [=VideoCD=] releases of the movie in other countries, but they've all gone out of print. Sure, it wasn't as beloved as the Nick series (Doug and Roger's original voice actor BillyWest did not care for it to say the least), but it was still popular nonetheless, so you'd think Disney would've given it better treatment. The complete Disney series can now be found on [=KissCartoon=].



* ''WesternAnimation/TheLifeAndTimesOfJuniperLee'': There was said to be a Season 1 DVD at the start of 2009...that never showed. And good luck trying to find any trace of episodes. CN Video, [[ScrewedByTheNetwork which was where the final episodes played]]? Nope. [=YouTube=]? Unless you like Abridged Series and some promos, nope. Your best bet is iTunes, [=KissCartoon=] or a torrent [[note]] A word of warning when going for the latter: Have your anti-virus or anti-malware program up-to-date and on at '''ALL''' times.[[/note]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheLifeAndTimesOfJuniperLee'': There was said to be a Season 1 DVD at the start of 2009...that never showed. And good luck trying to find any trace of episodes. CN Video, [[ScrewedByTheNetwork which was where the final episodes played]]? Nope. [=YouTube=]? Unless you like Abridged Series and some promos, nope. Your best bet is iTunes, [=KissCartoon=] or a torrent [[note]] A word of warning when going for the latter: Have your anti-virus or anti-malware program up-to-date and on at '''ALL''' times.[[/note]].



* ''WesternAnimation/HiHiPuffyAmiYumi''. [=YouTube=] and/or [=KissCartoon=] are, once again, your only bet with this one. There were two home video releases in the mid-2000s, but that was it. Back then, the show had an immense {{Hatedom}}, due to the big AnimationAgeGhetto blowups that plagued that time, but as years passed, the hate has softened significantly.

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* ''WesternAnimation/HiHiPuffyAmiYumi''. [=YouTube=] and/or [=KissCartoon=] are, is, once again, your only bet with this one. There were two home video releases in the mid-2000s, but that was it. Back then, the show had an immense {{Hatedom}}, due to the big AnimationAgeGhetto blowups that plagued that time, but as years passed, the hate has softened significantly.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' hasn't gotten a full-season release in the US in quite a while. Only seasons 10 & 11 were released in boxset format here. In the UK, they only got seasons 1, 2 and 3. Various seasons have been released on assorted streaming services over the years, which is still of no help to those that prefer physical copies, and the rightsholders periodically yank certain seasons off the services and replace them with other ones anyway. [[http://www.pbs.org/parents/arthur/books/video.html This section on the official PBS website for Arthur aimed at adults]] lists what episodes are available on the old Random House [=DVDs=]/videocassettes, for what it's worth. If you don't ascribe to DigitalPiracyIsEvil, you can watch it on [=KissCartoon=], too. Thankfully, the series is still rerunning on Creator/PBSKids and [[LongRunner has been renewed for a twenty-first season]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' hasn't gotten a full-season release in the US in quite a while. Only seasons 10 & 11 were released in boxset format here. In the UK, they only got seasons 1, 2 and 3. Various seasons have been released on assorted streaming services over the years, which is still of no help to those that prefer physical copies, and the rightsholders periodically yank certain seasons off the services and replace them with other ones anyway. [[http://www.pbs.org/parents/arthur/books/video.html This section on the official PBS website for Arthur aimed at adults]] lists what episodes are available on the old Random House [=DVDs=]/videocassettes, for what it's worth. If you don't ascribe to DigitalPiracyIsEvil, you can watch it on [=KissCartoon=], too. Thankfully, the series is still rerunning on Creator/PBSKids and [[LongRunner has been renewed for a twenty-first season]].



* ''WesternAnimation/PhantomInvestigators'' aired for a month in June 2002 on Kids' WB, and was cancelled after thirteen episodes (the show was doing fine in the ratings; what happened was [[ScrewedByTheNetwork Kids WB was number one with the 6-11 male demographic, the show was doing better with female audiences, and WB was afraid of losing their number-one spot]]). It was never released on VHS and DVD, was never put into reruns in the United States, and due to the obscurity of the series, will most likely never get a home media release for the time being. A few episodes were available on [=YouTube=], until Sony pulled them for copyright. Two of its' episodes are available on (W)Holesome Products, Inc.'s (the show's studio) Vimeo account, and eventually in October 2016 the entire series was made available on [=KissCartoon=] (with a subsequent upload from another [=YouTube=] channel, though who knows how long it'll be before Sony copyright strikes them), but an official home media release remains unlikely.

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* ''WesternAnimation/PhantomInvestigators'' aired for a month in June 2002 on Kids' WB, and was cancelled after thirteen episodes (the show was doing fine in the ratings; what happened was [[ScrewedByTheNetwork Kids WB was number one with the 6-11 male demographic, the show was doing better with female audiences, and WB was afraid of losing their number-one spot]]). It was never released on VHS and DVD, was never put into reruns in the United States, and due to the obscurity of the series, will most likely never get a home media release for the time being. A few episodes were available on [=YouTube=], until Sony pulled them for copyright. Two of its' episodes are available on (W)Holesome Products, Inc.'s (the show's studio) Vimeo account, and eventually in October 2016 the entire series was made available on [=KissCartoon=] various sites, (with a subsequent upload from another [=YouTube=] channel, though who knows how long it'll be before Sony copyright strikes them), but an official home media release remains unlikely.



* ''WesternAnimation/YakkityYak'' had no home media release and, for a long time, was super hard to find aside from the occasional Nicktoons reruns, VHS recordings, and uploads on YouTube. However, in the mid 2010's, every episode was uploaded to [=KissCartoon=] in master quality (albeit with a small watermark).

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* ''WesternAnimation/YakkityYak'' had no home media release and, for a long time, was super hard to find aside from the occasional Nicktoons reruns, VHS recordings, and uploads on YouTube. However, in the mid 2010's, every episode was uploaded to [=KissCartoon=] can be found in master good quality (albeit with a small watermark).on various sites.
19th Mar '17 5:38:12 PM Yeow95
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16th Mar '17 7:37:45 PM PlatinumGlitchMint
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* For the longest time, ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'' never got a full DVD release. However, all three seasons are now available on DVD as of 2011 exclusively from Amazon. As for the made for TV movie ''Escape From Cluster Prime''? Good freakin' luck. Even finding It in its entirety online '''in English alone''' is near impossible.



* ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'', after years without any form of DVD release since its cancelation finally received just that for all three seasons exclusively through Amazon in 2011. It's made-for-TV movie ''Escape From Cluster Prime'' however remains in limbo.
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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'', after years without any form of DVD release since its cancelation finally received just that for all three seasons exclusively through Amazon in 2011. It's made-for-TV movie ''Escape From Cluster Prime'' however remains in limbo.
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16th Mar '17 7:27:00 PM PlatinumGlitchMint
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* Thanks to Warner Home Video's "Creator/CartoonNetwork Hall of Fame" DVD collection, the first seasons of ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog'' and ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyBravo'' now have DVD releases as of Summer 2010, with ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'' coming the following October.
** And after years of dormancy with no new releases, the series released the second season of ''Courage'' in October 2014.
** Also, those shows have had their complete series, sans Courage's debut on the ''What A Cartoon Show'', Dexter's movie ''Ego Trip'', and a banned ''Dial M For Monkey'' short, added to the iTunes store.

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* Thanks With the release of its 4th and final season on DVD in September 2016, ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog'' can now join the ranks of the few "Creator/CartoonNetwork'' shows to have their entire series available on DVD. Considering ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyBravo'' and ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'' have yet to have anything past their 1st seasons released on DVD through Warner Home Video's "Creator/CartoonNetwork Hall of Fame" DVD collection, the first seasons of ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog'' and ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyBravo'' now have DVD releases as of Summer 2010, with ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'' coming the following October.
only time will tell if they will follow in ''Courage's'' footsteps.
** And after years of dormancy with no new releases, the series released the second season of ''Courage'' in October 2014.
** Also, those
It should also be noted that these shows have had their complete series, sans Courage's debut on the ''What A Cartoon Show'', Dexter's movie ''Ego Trip'', and a banned ''Dial M For Monkey'' short, added to the iTunes store.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Histeria}}'' is getting a complete series DVD release [[http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Histeria-The-Complete-Series/22430 thanks to the Warner Archive service on July 12th 2016]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Histeria}}'' is getting ''WesternAnimation/{{Histeria}}'', after years without any home media release of any kind, finally received a complete series DVD release [[http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Histeria-The-Complete-Series/22430 thanks to the set in July 2016 through Warner Archive service on July 12th 2016]].Collection.



* ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'', after years without any form of DVD release since its cancelation finally received just that for all three seasons exclusively through Amazon in 2011. It's made-for-TV movie ''Escape From Cluster Prime" however remains in limbo.

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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'', after years without any form of DVD release since its cancelation finally received just that for all three seasons exclusively through Amazon in 2011. It's made-for-TV movie ''Escape From Cluster Prime" Prime'' however remains in limbo.
16th Mar '17 5:09:06 PM PlatinumGlitchMint
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* The final six episodes of ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGhostCoastToCoast'' have never received any form of home media availability. To top that off, the last three seasons (7-8) have not received DVD releases much like the rest of the series (this includes the Game Tap exclusive episodes).

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* The final six episodes of ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGhostCoastToCoast'' have never received any form of home media availability. To top that off, the last three seasons (7-8) (8-10) have not received DVD releases much like unlike the rest of the series (this includes the Game Tap exclusive episodes).
16th Mar '17 4:23:10 PM PlatinumGlitchMint
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* Many Nickelodeon shows were temporarily available to stream on Netflix for people subscribed to the site. However Netflix let their contract with Viacom expire in June 2013, leaving fans of certain shows to search for other methods of viewing, unless they had an Amazon Prime subscription, which allows the streaming of Nick shows through the Amazon Video service (but even then, not all episodes or Nick movies are accessible for streaming).

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* Many Nickelodeon shows were temporarily available to stream on Netflix for people subscribed to the site. However Netflix let their contract with Viacom expire in June 2013, leaving fans of certain shows to search for other methods of viewing, unless they had an Amazon Prime subscription, which allows the streaming of Nick shows through the Amazon Video service (but even then, not all episodes or Nick movies are accessible for streaming).



* The final regular episodes of ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy''. As the only episodes of the sixth season completed before Danny Antonucci decided to scrap the remainder of it for [[WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddysBigPictureShow the series finale movie]] ''Ed, Edd, and Eddy's Big Picture Show'', "May I Have This Ed? / Look Before You Ed" aren't available on iTunes or any other digital service.

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* ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'':
** Only the first two seasons are available on DVD, the latter of which came out way back in 2007. More infuriating is that while the season 2 DVD is still cheaply available, seasons 1 has now gone out of print (much like the ''Billy and Mandy'' season 1 DVD) and now costs way more than any average fan would be willing to pay for. The only way to watch the other 4 seasons of the series in legally through iTunes or unofficially online (there are some region 4 releases of the later seasons, but good luck getting them cheap, even if you have the DVD hardware to run them).
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The final regular episodes of ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy''. As the only episodes of the sixth season completed before Danny Antonucci decided to scrap the remainder of it for [[WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddysBigPictureShow the series finale movie]] ''Ed, Edd, and Eddy's Big Picture Show'', "May I Have This Ed? / Look Before You Ed" aren't available on iTunes or any other digital service.



* The first 15 episodes of ''WesternAnimation/MoralOrel'' were released on DVD, but the rest haven't, presumably due to weak sales of the first set. Shame, as the third season is the show's best -- and most depressing, which is why Creator/AdultSwim canceled it, [[{{Irony}} yet they specifically asked the show creator to ramp up the content]].

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* The first 15 episodes of ''WesternAnimation/MoralOrel'' were released on DVD, but the rest haven't, presumably due to weak sales of the first set. Shame, as the third season is the show's best -- and most depressing, which is why Creator/AdultSwim canceled it, [[{{Irony}} yet they specifically asked the show creator to ramp up the content]]. The 2012 TV special ''Beforel Orel'' is also unavailable legally in any format, though it is easily available online.
** In 2012, Moral Orel - Complete Lessons Collection, a 4-disc DVD set containing all three seasons with commentaries from the cast and crew to boot was released on DVD... [[NoExportForYou in Region 4 only.]] Hey, it's a start.


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* ''[[WesternAnimation/SuperJail Superjail!]]'' has its first three seasons available on DVD. Its final 4th season however is not. Considering how short the season was, as well as the long time gap since the cancelation of the series, it is very unlikely it will receive any home release at this point.
* The final six episodes of ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGhostCoastToCoast'' have never received any form of home media availability. To top that off, the last three seasons (7-8) have not received DVD releases much like the rest of the series (this includes the Game Tap exclusive episodes).
16th Mar '17 3:25:53 PM PlatinumGlitchMint
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* For the longest time, ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'' never got a full DVD release. However, all three seasons are now available on DVD as of 2011 exclusively from Amazon. As for the made for TV movie ''Escape From Cluster Prime''? Good freakin' luck. Even finding It in its entirety online '''in English alone''' is near impossible. * ''WesternAnimation/KaBlam'' '''never''' got a VHS ''or'' DVD release, and hasn't aired in the US since 2005 (not counting instances in 2006 and 2008 where it was brought out only for Nicktoon-related marathons, or when a few of the shorts like ''Prometheus and Bob'' and ''Life With Loopy'' aired alone on Nicktoons during breaks until 2007). According to one of Nick's official [=YouTube=] channels Nick Animation: "We love ''[=KaBlam=]'' (just like all of our shows). However because it was an anthology show, the legal rights are complicated and prevent us from re-airing it or releasing it on DVD.". The main reasons for these legal issues being the one-shot shorts and the music videos from the third and fourth seasons. Almost all of the one-shot shorts were rejected Nicktoon pilots, and the rights to them eventually reverted back to the creators as shows based off of said pilots never came to be. As for the music videos, Nickelodeon no longer have the music rights to the songs. While Nickelodeon still owns the "regular" segments (''Action League Now!'', ''Sniz & Fondue'', ''Life With Loopy'', etc.) as they were created specifically for the show, it still leaves an airing on The Splat slim- as it would leave the show with a very limited amount of episodes to air (possibly more limited than the Nicktoons airings in the mid-2000s, which left out half of the episodes) as editing the shorts with legal trouble out of the episodes would lose too much time in the episode to run for the entire timeslot. And even if the show did get a DVD release, expect one to be heavily edited to remove any content Nick no longer owns (the only other way would be to release separate DVD collections of the show's regular shorts on their own). Fortunately for the fans, Mark Marek (who did the Henry and June wraparounds) has uploaded almost every episode on his website (with the exceptions of "A Nut In Every Bite!", which he's still looking for the master to, and ''The Off-Beats' Valentines'', as he had no involvement with it- both are on YouTube with the rest of the series), including several long lost episodes and specials. By December 2015, the entire series finally became available online.

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* For the longest time, ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'' never got a full DVD release. However, all three seasons are now available on DVD as of 2011 exclusively from Amazon. As for the made for TV movie ''Escape From Cluster Prime''? Good freakin' luck. Even finding It in its entirety online '''in English alone''' is near impossible.
* ''WesternAnimation/KaBlam'' '''never''' got a VHS ''or'' DVD release, and hasn't aired in the US since 2005 (not counting instances in 2006 and 2008 where it was brought out only for Nicktoon-related marathons, or when a few of the shorts like ''Prometheus and Bob'' and ''Life With Loopy'' aired alone on Nicktoons during breaks until 2007). According to one of Nick's official [=YouTube=] channels Nick Animation: "We love ''[=KaBlam=]'' (just like all of our shows). However because it was an anthology show, the legal rights are complicated and prevent us from re-airing it or releasing it on DVD.". The main reasons for these legal issues being the one-shot shorts and the music videos from the third and fourth seasons. Almost all of the one-shot shorts were rejected Nicktoon pilots, and the rights to them eventually reverted back to the creators as shows based off of said pilots never came to be. As for the music videos, Nickelodeon no longer have the music rights to the songs. While Nickelodeon still owns the "regular" segments (''Action League Now!'', ''Sniz & Fondue'', ''Life With Loopy'', etc.) as they were created specifically for the show, it still leaves an airing on The Splat slim- as it would leave the show with a very limited amount of episodes to air (possibly more limited than the Nicktoons airings in the mid-2000s, which left out half of the episodes) as editing the shorts with legal trouble out of the episodes would lose too much time in the episode to run for the entire timeslot. And even if the show did get a DVD release, expect one to be heavily edited to remove any content Nick no longer owns (the only other way would be to release separate DVD collections of the show's regular shorts on their own). Fortunately for the fans, Mark Marek (who did the Henry and June wraparounds) has uploaded almost every episode on his website (with the exceptions of "A Nut In Every Bite!", which he's still looking for the master to, and ''The Off-Beats' Valentines'', as he had no involvement with it- both are on YouTube with the rest of the series), including several long lost episodes and specials. By December 2015, the entire series finally became available online.
16th Mar '17 3:24:27 PM PlatinumGlitchMint
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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'' never got a full DVD release. While several episodes were featured on the Nick Picks compilation DVD's, the series in its entirety has yet to receive a full DVD release. This is surprising, considering that the show was very well-received.
* ''WesternAnimation/KaBlam'' '''never''' got a VHS ''or'' DVD release, and hasn't aired in the US since 2005 (not counting instances in 2006 and 2008 where it was brought out only for Nicktoon-related marathons, or when a few of the shorts like ''Prometheus and Bob'' and ''Life With Loopy'' aired alone on Nicktoons during breaks until 2007). According to one of Nick's official [=YouTube=] channels Nick Animation: "We love ''[=KaBlam=]'' (just like all of our shows). However because it was an anthology show, the legal rights are complicated and prevent us from re-airing it or releasing it on DVD.". The main reasons for these legal issues being the one-shot shorts and the music videos from the third and fourth seasons. Almost all of the one-shot shorts were rejected Nicktoon pilots, and the rights to them eventually reverted back to the creators as shows based off of said pilots never came to be. As for the music videos, Nickelodeon no longer have the music rights to the songs. While Nickelodeon still owns the "regular" segments (''Action League Now!'', ''Sniz & Fondue'', ''Life With Loopy'', etc.) as they were created specifically for the show, it still leaves an airing on The Splat slim- as it would leave the show with a very limited amount of episodes to air (possibly more limited than the Nicktoons airings in the mid-2000s, which left out half of the episodes) as editing the shorts with legal trouble out of the episodes would lose too much time in the episode to run for the entire timeslot. And even if the show did get a DVD release, expect one to be heavily edited to remove any content Nick no longer owns (the only other way would be to release separate DVD collections of the show's regular shorts on their own). Fortunately for the fans, Mark Marek (who did the Henry and June wraparounds) has uploaded almost every episode on his website (with the exceptions of "A Nut In Every Bite!", which he's still looking for the master to, and ''The Off-Beats' Valentines'', as he had no involvement with it- both are on YouTube with the rest of the series), including several long lost episodes and specials. By December 2015, the entire series finally became available online.

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* For the longest time, ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'' never got a full DVD release. While several episodes were featured However, all three seasons are now available on DVD as of 2011 exclusively from Amazon. As for the Nick Picks compilation DVD's, the series made for TV movie ''Escape From Cluster Prime''? Good freakin' luck. Even finding It in its entirety has yet to receive a full DVD release. This online '''in English alone''' is surprising, considering that the show was very well-received.
near impossible. * ''WesternAnimation/KaBlam'' '''never''' got a VHS ''or'' DVD release, and hasn't aired in the US since 2005 (not counting instances in 2006 and 2008 where it was brought out only for Nicktoon-related marathons, or when a few of the shorts like ''Prometheus and Bob'' and ''Life With Loopy'' aired alone on Nicktoons during breaks until 2007). According to one of Nick's official [=YouTube=] channels Nick Animation: "We love ''[=KaBlam=]'' (just like all of our shows). However because it was an anthology show, the legal rights are complicated and prevent us from re-airing it or releasing it on DVD.". The main reasons for these legal issues being the one-shot shorts and the music videos from the third and fourth seasons. Almost all of the one-shot shorts were rejected Nicktoon pilots, and the rights to them eventually reverted back to the creators as shows based off of said pilots never came to be. As for the music videos, Nickelodeon no longer have the music rights to the songs. While Nickelodeon still owns the "regular" segments (''Action League Now!'', ''Sniz & Fondue'', ''Life With Loopy'', etc.) as they were created specifically for the show, it still leaves an airing on The Splat slim- as it would leave the show with a very limited amount of episodes to air (possibly more limited than the Nicktoons airings in the mid-2000s, which left out half of the episodes) as editing the shorts with legal trouble out of the episodes would lose too much time in the episode to run for the entire timeslot. And even if the show did get a DVD release, expect one to be heavily edited to remove any content Nick no longer owns (the only other way would be to release separate DVD collections of the show's regular shorts on their own). Fortunately for the fans, Mark Marek (who did the Henry and June wraparounds) has uploaded almost every episode on his website (with the exceptions of "A Nut In Every Bite!", which he's still looking for the master to, and ''The Off-Beats' Valentines'', as he had no involvement with it- both are on YouTube with the rest of the series), including several long lost episodes and specials. By December 2015, the entire series finally became available online.


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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'', after years without any form of DVD release since its cancelation finally received just that for all three seasons exclusively through Amazon in 2011. It's made-for-TV movie ''Escape From Cluster Prime" however remains in limbo.
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