We're currently watching The Amazing Race 10's first episode. It aired last night on CBS, but our stupid Comcast DVR didn't record the first 90 minutes for some reason. (We have bad luck with the first episode of each new season, usually something corrupts the recording or it doesn't record at all.)
So we made the circuits, checking Google Video, iTunes, AOL TV, CBS's innertube and so on. But not one of them actually had the episode for sale. We would have paid.
But what did we find? By mid-afternoon someone who had watched it in Canada had uploaded the entire thing, with commercials removed!
So thank you, unnamed Canadian. Thank you, YouTube. We would have done it legally were that option available to us.
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