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Which reality series would you like to see a box set of?

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View Poll Results: Which reality series is worthy of a DVD box set?
The Mole/The Mole 2: The Next Betrayal
7
25.93%
The Amazing Race
17
62.96%
Joe Millionaire
0
0%
Combat Missions
0
0%
Survivor
7
25.93%
Boot Camp
1
3.70%
Big Brother
2
7.41%
The Batchelor/The Batchelorette
0
0%
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Which reality series would you like to see a box set of?

Old 06-25-03, 06:19 PM
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Which reality series would you like to see a box set of?

Considering some of the reality series that have been out there... which would be worthy of a TV box set? While some may not be as popular later because we know the winner, some of the series bears rewatching. Thus, the poll...
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I actually liked The Mole and Boot Camp. But I wouldn't buy a reality show on DVD. If I could pick one though it would actually be Murder in Small Town X
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I don't know how much replay value a reality show has. You don't see any reruns of those shows. Anyways, if I have to pick one to be on DVD, I think I want The Mole. It's probably the most intelligent of all the reality shows out there.
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Amazing Race or the Mole for me... but they'd have to be relatively inexpensive to consider.
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Family Business

I don't see any value in owning reality game shows on DVD.
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I think TAR is the only one even slighty rewatchable.
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I forgot Murder In Small Town X.

I picked The Amazing Race because it was a competition that took you places around the world and The Mole because it was a thinking person's show.
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The Mole. That would be very cool.
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Red Dog
[B]Family Business

I think the question was geared more to reality gaming shows. With contests and whatnot.

I could see Family Business being on DVD
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I think the Mole is the only one I could enjoy watching over again on DVD, it is by far the smartest show.

Mole DVD Set... now!!
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I'll also have to say Murder in Small Town X. Besides a reality show at least it had a plot and real mystery. Plus for those that don't know:

Spoiler:
The very deserving winner (firefighter) for this show gave his life during 911
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I don't know the name of it, but I would rent that PBS show where a group of people lived like pioneers. I think there wasn't a bunch of nastiness to that one, so I would probably like watching more than the odd episode here and there . The idea of voting people off like they do on many of those shows is a real turnoff to me. I've watched one called Elimidate a few times, and it's kind of sickening how mean people are to each other--all to win a date with someone who rarely seems to me to be a prize.

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Where is the choice for "NONE, they all stink!?"
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Voted for Amazing Race.

Mole/Mole #2 would be second. (especially #2 since I saw the first three episodes when they aired orginially, then taped the rest when they came back, let a friend borrow the tapes before I was able to watch them and he messed them up!)

Murder In Small Town X would be another since I regret not getting into it.

Man, one season of Big Brother would be a alot of DVD's!

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I liked the mole alot, I'm glad many of you did too. I wouldn't buy any of these though.

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