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Old 10-22-2011, 03:41 PM
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What's your oldest recorded show still left on your DVR?

I was just going through our recorded shows and found that we still have an episode of CSI from Jan 2009 on it. It's the last episode with Grissom.
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Old 10-23-2011, 05:09 AM
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Re: What's your oldest recorded show still left on your DVR?

Archive - I've got Jericho episodes from 2006, I have Firefly and Wonderfalls ut most of that has been replaced with content off the DVD.

Current recordings, I've got some Dexter going back to 2007 I think I haven't gotten around to, a few from 2009 and 2010, otherwise most is less than a year old. Some stuff just gets filed away. I also have a bunch of Crusoe's from 2008 I probably will never get around to watching.
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Old 10-23-2011, 09:18 AM
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Re: What's your oldest recorded show still left on your DVR?

Like ZetaVu I have the entire run of Firefly, but I don't know exactly when I recorded it, it wasn't the original run of coarse. The first time I recoded the episodes they were in SD, but when earlier this year they ran the entire series on the Science channel in HD I recorded them all again and replaced the SD recordings.

The oldest series I have and never watched is Big Love. I recorded the entire final season which started in January this year but I have still never watched it. I generally don't keep television shows, I watch and delete. Movies I keep, and I do have some movies that go back to 2007.
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Old 10-23-2011, 04:26 PM
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Re: What's your oldest recorded show still left on your DVR?

My earliest recording is the January 5, 2006 airing of "My Name is Earl - Barn Burner"... I'm not proud of it, but hey, you asked.
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Old 10-23-2011, 05:55 PM
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Re: What's your oldest recorded show still left on your DVR?

I recommend watching it, its better than most of what's on this season.
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Old 10-24-2011, 09:33 PM
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Re: What's your oldest recorded show still left on your DVR?

As far as archived shows, I've been recording the "The Piano Guy" that go back to day 1 of my build. I think the only series we have archived is "Pushing Daisies", even though we bought the series on DVD. One of the best shows that got hurt from the writer's strike.
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Old 10-25-2011, 01:25 PM
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Re: What's your oldest recorded show still left on your DVR?

Mine is a Dora episode marked 9/5/2007 .. lol but I think theres an Archive drive offline that has older recordings.
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Re: What's your oldest recorded show still left on your DVR?

Hm looks like I might win...
Cut/Paste from screen shot...

Office Space [Keep Until I Delete]
A self-serving boss, petty annoyances and unbroken monotony dishearten a computer programmer and his co-workers. Written and directed by Mike Judge. 9/7/2003 6:00 PM

I have a whole slew of movies from back in 2003.
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Re: What's your oldest recorded show still left on your DVR?

My oldest is from 2004, and I have a few! Star Trek DS 9 Episode is the oldest.
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Re: What's your oldest recorded show still left on your DVR?

I have a few episodes of the original Iron Chef! series from the early 2000s, the next would be my wedding video (2004). The rest is all probably within a couple of weeks.
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Re: What's your oldest recorded show still left on your DVR?

EDIT- I stand corrected. the comedy routine by Eddie Izzard (Comedy central) called "Circle" was from 3/17/06. My oldest recording is "Invader Zim", 11/14/2004. I usually record new shows for the fall season and showsqueeze and keep them for a year or two to see if the show "makes it" before commiting to actually watching it. I'll delete if the show gets cancelled, or i'll try a few episodes when I feel like it. Most of my archives that I keep are comedy shows (remember creature comforts from BBC back in 2000, as well as robot chicken, greg the bunny (IFC redo not the original Fox version-I have that on VHS) and reruns of monty python), movies, recordings of performances, concerts, or documentaries of interest, and I also keep favorite commercials that I have to do some editing to create.
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Re: What's your oldest recorded show still left on your DVR?

3.7.4 came out in 2004 I believe. 3.4 was 2003, I assume 1999 was PVR 2 or earlier. Forums started in July 2000 so not sure what SS had before then.
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Re: What's your oldest recorded show still left on your DVR?

i don't have
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