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    I totally forgot i did this.

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    ^I saw that Saturday night and pointed to Cindy "Hey look...Brian!"

    My only very minor gripe with the Joe episode was that they didn't mention Larry Hama grafting his declined Nick Fury spin-off proposal onto Joe. They don't really say it DIDN'T happen, but they just say Marvel came up with the concept of the G.I. Joe name as a unit.

    Anyone know what the remaining 4 episodes are? I'm assuming Transformers is one.

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    Star Trek toys is a show.

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    ^Ah! Excellent!

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    Apparently Hello Kitty, Star Trek, Lego and Transformers are the next 4 episode.

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    Are they only releasing four at a time? Wish they'd do Fisher Price Adventure People or Big Jim.

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    Well I finished watching, I enjoyed it much more than I thought I would being that they were all lines I don't collect.

    The Star Wars episode didn't add anything that wasn't it Plastic Galaxy, but the GI Joe and He-man documentaries were great.

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    I wonder if they will change the nature of the topic when they run out of toy lines. By this, I mean if they complete all the big name lines like TMNT and Cabbage Patch kids, will they then go on to general themes and categories like outdoor toys, video games, craft toys, etc?
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    ^ Seems like a sustainable formula if the series is to continue for more that 12 episodes.

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    Saw Brian's name at the end of the Joe episode and said "cool, I know that dude"! Also happy to see Marty Abrams.

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