Baseball Toaster was unplugged on February 4, 2009.
I haven't had time to read through this yet, but their choice for No. 1 is a great one - perhaps even better than the more obvious option, which took the No. 2 spot. (Thanks to Dodger Thoughts commenter D4P for the link.)
For me, it is interesting to look back on it with a different perspective. Back in the early 90s when the show ended (abruptly), I remember being very disappointed and feeling like it ended way too soon. But I now feel like the quality of the show dropped noticeably in the 5th season, and I can see why it ended when it did. On some level, it's inevitable that shows like that probably won't last too long because kids grow up and that changes things.
But I can now appreciate that ending as a part of life in the real world, and I actually think it makes the show more compelling.
Also if you click the "F'n Aaron" link in the description of moment #24, the Full House rundown is gold.
While I acknowledge that it's still probably a very rewarding show to watch even now, I'm not going to dish out the cash to buy all the DVDs. Are there any stations that show the episodes sequentially? I know I've seen it on ABC Family in the past, but I'd prefer to start from the beginning once they start the cycle over again.
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