I keep seeing these reviews for TV shows on NetFlix. They boil down to this: "Why isn't __(my show)__ on instant viewing any more? You B@st@rds! You up my rates then take away my shows" or "Why isn't season ## up on instant view yet? The DVDs came out last week." Um gee, why would NetFlix take a show off instant viewing... Well, Showtime realized what a bargain they were giving, and decided to up their rates for shows like Dexter, to the point NF didn't think it was profitable any more. So, it was SHOWTIME'S FAULT, not NF. Also, there's a general rule that they can't have anything up until the DVDs have been in the stores for 2 months. Oddly, the DVD manufacturers want to get people to buy their product. If you are that impatient, and that interested in the show/movie, you can just go and buy it. And, even after it is available to rent, NF has to wait a proscribed amount of time before they can put it up on instant viewing. Sometimes, it is the source company that slows this down by not making the files available. Seems so simple, but still more and more people complain, like spoiled children. I find it fascinating, sickening, bizarre, and repugnant. And it isn't just one or two, but there are dozens and dozens of these people... They care enough to whine and cry and complain and type up their malice, but not enough to look into the reasons behind the situation that is making them unhappy. Spoiled brat children. The only thing more weird was someone who complained that Green Lantern:Emerald Knights wasn't the live action movie s/he'd been expecting. The review was posted within a week of the theatrical release. Did s/he really expect NetFlix to have available for rent a movie that was only just out in the theater? Did s/he somehow fail to notice that the voice actors did not match the live-actors? And the big label about it being an Animate Feature printed in bold letters across the top of the image somehow didn't register either, I guess.