Pissing me off...
Okay, so, correct me if I'm wrong, but "Doubles Trouble" was the last episode uploaded on the Hub site. As most of you are well aware, poor people (like me) don't have cable, satellite, on-demand or any of that, because shockingly enough, we can't afford it! Moving on, since "Doubles Trouble", there has been not one, not two, not four, but SIX episodes, that have long since been broadcasted, and added to Hasbro's money-grubbing YouTube page. And why am I pissed off. Because I've been checking the Hub website to see if the episodes were uploaded for two weeks! That is ample time for the episodes to be posted on the site. I have no problem with Hasbro wanting people to pay for the vids (though I still think $2 for a 20-min video is quite inflated), but would it really kill them and their pockets to upload the shows on the site and at least leave them up for, say, a week and a half? That's all the time I would've needed to watch them, really. It seems to me like they're getting crazy with this paying thing.
Perhaps there's a logical explanation for this? If anyone would like to share, I'm listening... well, reading.
(Yes, I was obviously mad when I wrote this. Apologies for the tone.)