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Well after 5 great seasons this burly firefighter was reduced to tears at the end of the final episode. Farewell to another terrific HBO series. I look forward to season 5 on DVD soon.
 

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There's more discussion about this in the HDTV Programming forum, FYI.
 

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But since this is in the DVD forum, I have a question:


Are the DVD sets anamorphic widescreen? I know the series was in HD, but was the entire series widescreen, and how are they transfered?
 

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I dont think the DVD's were anamorphic until season 3.......or 4......I know the first two are presented as 4x3's I think.


Also agreed, a great way to end a series......completely appropriate for the show.
 

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Are the DVD sets anamorphic widescreen? I know the series was in HD, but was the entire series widescreen, and how are they transfered?
The show didn't move to high-def or widescreen broadcast until Season 3. The first two seasons are presented in 4:3 full-frame. The third season DVD is anamorphic widescreen.
 

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I can stand 2 seasons in 4:3. THanks for the quick info.
 

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i;ve seen nothing but the saddest goodbyes to this show--- why was it cancelled if it had such a following? were they pulling a "sex and the city"--getting out while they were ahead?
 

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Alan decided to end the series while the getting was good.
Going out on a high note has its merits :)

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There's more discussion about this in the HDTV Programming forum, FYI..
I looked before and could not find it. Tried searches to no avail, found it yesterday Here .
 
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