Following up the blast of zaniness from episode 150, Seen in HD settles in for a traditional show space of news, reviews, and sales data. We open with Target’s digital movie service, Target Ticket, notable for its strong infusion with Ultraviolet. From there, we move to a controversial story of some schools potentially pushing anti-piracy curriculum into grades K-6, all of this funded by special interests such as the MPAA. Finally, when is stealing cable a problem if you are a third-party building attendant? Always according to Time Warner’s offer.
Reviews? We have those. We cue up World War Z on Blu-ray and $800 million video game giant Grand Theft Auto V.
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