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Old 01-02-06, 03:14 PM
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Any word on MXC (Most Extreme Elimination) on DVD?

I was just wondering if anyone has heard anything on this show being released on dvd. Its actually the only tv program I try to watch on a regular basis and i am always watching movies and on the computer.

I would love to get this series on dvd. Has anyone heard anything?

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Old 01-02-06, 04:16 PM
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I'd sure love to see it on dvd too. With so many shows already out on dvd Im sure its only a matter of time.
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I'd buy it if they had the original, unedited series (Takeshi's Castle). The "funny" voice-overs on SpikeTV are irritating. At least in Germany they had voiceovers but they were direct translations.
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They could put both versions on a DVD, but that would be very doubtful.
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Originally Posted by The Bus
I'd buy it if they had the original, unedited series (Takeshi's Castle). The "funny" voice-overs on SpikeTV are irritating. At least in Germany they had voiceovers but they were direct translations.
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Right you are, Ken.
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When i watch the show (occasionaly) i just mute the TV and laugh at the people when they slip up.

The show is already hilarious (and absurd) so it doesn't really need the voice-overs.
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I actually like the voice-overs and think that is what makes it funny. The commentary for "Holes of Glory" is always funny.
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Old 01-03-06, 01:49 PM
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I actually like the voice-overs and think that is what makes it funny.
Agreed. The hilarious voice-overs are 50% of the funny (the other 50% being people hurting themselves).
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I actually like the voiceovers a lot. I'd pick this up if it was ever released on dvd.
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Your really missing 1/2 the fun. The voices (especially the dubbed female's one) is the best part.
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