Scott joins Leo to talk about how the quality of TV series have started to drop of streaming services. Scott says he's noticed that some seasons of TV shows have just disappeared without notice. That's one of the problems with streaming. With physical media, you can watch something any time you want. But with streaming services, shows and movies can disappear at any time. At least with Netflix, they warn you what titles are leaving every month. But some services, they just vanish. Leo adds that convenience outweighs the risk, and Scott adds that it also outweighs quality. So it's not surprising. People are also starting to get subscription fatigue. Suddenly, everyone has a paid service and cord-cutting doesn't look all that much of a deal anymore over cable. Which we all saw coming.