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Yeah, but then they couldn't sell the whole package (name, graphcis, all the content) to someone. It would dilute the value if they were all available for free, no? I don't know who would buy them -- obviously, if anyone wanted them, they would have been sold already. But I'm sure that's the thinking.

We need the crazy millionaire scenario, where a crazy millionaire buys them and then donates them to one of the aforementioned programs.

This is Kim, by the way. My dog is Baxter.


There's also the possibility that it's a licensing thing, and they wouldn't be able to allow access to non-NBC shows without paying a fee.

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