I just came across Videoranch's new YouTube channel, and it features a ton of material from Television Parts (not to mention some things from Elephant Parts as well). The picture quality is excellent, and features content that had been removed from earlier home video compilations. So, it looks like the clips must have been sourced from the original masters. In the comments section for the first clip posted, someone asked this: The reply (from Videoranch themselves) was this: So, is this a crytic way to say the series might be forthcoming? Or will YouTube be the only place to see this stuff? Anyway, when "El Dorado to the Moon" was put out on the "Television Parts Home Companion" compilation, the opening bit with the girl crying about the broken toy was cut off. Now, it's back again for the first time since the episode was aired in 1985. What's more, Mike's intros for each bit of comedy (all removed from the "Dr. Duck's Super Secret All-Purpose Sauce" VHS/LD) can be see again. Hopefully, these clips being up on YouTube – direct from Videoranch themselves – means that a home video release is in the cards. I'd love to get the entire series in the quality seen here.