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Extrocomp April 11 2009 05:36 AM

episodes that are part of two different TV series
 
The Star Trek TAS episode 'More Tribbles More Troubles' was released on TAS Complete Series Disc 1 and on TOS-R Season 2 Disc 5.

The Star Trek DS9 episode 'Trials and Tribble-ations' was released on DS9 Season 5 Disc 2 and on TOS-R Season 2 Disc 5.

The X-Files episode 'Millennium' was released on X-Files Season 7 Disc 1 and on Millennium Season 3 Disc 6.

The CSI episode 'Cross-Jurisdictions' was released on CSI Season 2 Disc 6 and on CSI Miami Season 1 Disc 1.

The CSI episode 'MIA/NYC Non-Stop' was released on CSI Miami Season 2 Disc 6 and on CSI NY Season 1 Disc 1.

Can anyone think of any more examples?

Chris3123 April 11 2009 06:00 AM

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Extrocomp wrote: (Post 2818805)
The Star Trek TAS episode 'More Tribbles More Troubles' was released on TAS Complete Series Disc 1 and on TOS-R Season 2 Disc 5.

"More Tribbles More Troubles" isn't part of two shows. Just one, the animated Star Trek series. It's no more part of TOS than any of the other TAS episodes.

Harvey April 11 2009 06:48 AM

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I'd name the Homicide: Life on the Street / Law & Order crossovers if I was more literate in both shows. There's a few. I think they made it onto the complete series box for Homicide, but aren't on the regular season releases.

PKTrekGirl April 11 2009 07:27 AM

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Grey's Anatomy/Private Practice had a series of episodes a few weeks back where for, like 3 weeks running, both shows (which air back to back) were part of each other - mixed casts on both shows in a continuing story. I would imagine when the DVD sets come out, they will have to include all of the episodes in both sets or the story won't really made sense.

There are other CSI crossovers that I know of too - a while back CSI (Vegas) did a crossover with Without a Trace. Characters from both shows were on the other for 2 episodes. There was also a crossover with Cold Case and CSI: NY.

HIj'Qa April 11 2009 08:28 AM

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Andrew_Kearley April 11 2009 09:20 AM

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There were a couple of instances where the Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman crossed over, so a two part story would start in that week's SMDM episode, with SMDM titles etc, and conclude later as that week's Bionic Woman epsiode, with Bionic Woman titles. There was even a three parter, "Kill Oscar!" where part one was a Bionic Woman episode, part two was a SMDM episode, and part three was Bionic Woman again. I don't think the DVD releases ever got that far, sadly - although I think in syndication, the episodes are usually all rebranded as Bionic Woman episodes and bundled together into that show's package.

Sci April 11 2009 09:44 AM

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Extrocomp wrote: (Post 2818805)
The Star Trek DS9 episode 'Trials and Tribble-ations' was released on DS9 Season 5 Disc 2 and on TOS-R Season 2 Disc 5.

While it's cute that "Trials and Tribble-ations" got a release on the TOS-R DVD set, it's really not a TOS episode in any sense of the term. It's a DS9 episode that happens to feature TOS characters and a TOS setting.

Extrocomp April 11 2009 10:54 AM

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I just want to clear something up. I'm asking for examples of episodes that were released in two different Complete Season DVD collections. I know it's not really the same thing as being part of two different series, so perhaps I should've given this thread a better title.

By the way, I really hate the website poobala.com/crossoverlist.html. The guy considers the slightest cameo or name-drop to be a crossover and makes the ridiculous assertion that if two shows have one crossover they must exist in the same universe. IMO, there should be at least two crossovers.

Andrew_Kearley April 11 2009 02:08 PM

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Extrocomp wrote: (Post 2819330)
I just want to clear something up. I'm asking for examples of episodes that were released in two different Complete Season DVD collections. I know it's not really the same thing as being part of two different series, so perhaps I should've given this thread a better title.

Right, in that case, you mean something like the X Files episode "Jump the Shark", which wrapped up the storyline for the Lone Gunmen characters. As a result, it's on the X Files season 9 set, and on The Lone Gunmen set.

Jono April 11 2009 02:16 PM

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I thought for sure that the JAG NCIS episodes would also appear on the NCIS DVDs but apparently they don't, which I think is a bit odd.

Extrocomp April 11 2009 02:46 PM

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Andrew_Kearley wrote: (Post 2819514)
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Extrocomp wrote: (Post 2819330)
I just want to clear something up. I'm asking for examples of episodes that were released in two different Complete Season DVD collections. I know it's not really the same thing as being part of two different series, so perhaps I should've given this thread a better title.

Right, in that case, you mean something like the X Files episode "Jump the Shark", which wrapped up the storyline for the Lone Gunmen characters. As a result, it's on the X Files season 9 set, and on The Lone Gunmen set.

Interestingly, 'Jump the Shark' has a deleted scene on The X-Files Season 9 disc but doesn't have any deleted scenes on the Lone Gunmen. I wonder why that is.
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Andrew_Kearley April 11 2009 03:24 PM

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Extrocomp wrote: (Post 2819565)
Interestingly, 'Jump the Shark' has a deleted scene on The X-Files Season 9 disc but doesn't have any deleted scenes on the Lone Gunmen. I wonder why that is.

One presumes that's because it's only included as an extra on the Lone Gunmen set - whereas on the X Files set, it's a main feature, and therefore has its own extras.

FordSVT April 11 2009 03:38 PM

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Extrocomp wrote: (Post 2819330)
I just want to clear something up. I'm asking for examples of episodes that were released in two different Complete Season DVD collections. I know it's not really the same thing as being part of two different series, so perhaps I should've given this thread a better title.

By the way, I really hate the website poobala.com/crossoverlist.html. The guy considers the slightest cameo or name-drop to be a crossover and makes the ridiculous assertion that if two shows have one crossover they must exist in the same universe. IMO, there should be at least two crossovers.

Yes, of course, it all makes sense. TWO crossovers, that's the ticket.

Catholics and Protestants kill each other over less.... :rolleyes:

Vanyel April 12 2009 05:04 AM

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The Bold and the Beautiful crossed over with The Young and the Restless. Brooke went to have meetings with Victor.

As The World Turns crossed with The Young and the Restless too.

nx1701g April 12 2009 05:22 AM

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The James Bond series was rumored to cross over with General Hospital in the early 1970s. George Lazenby played an unnamed British Spy for a couple of episodes.


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