The advantage to this is that you can find nearly everything you missed, if you forgot to set the DVR or VCR, or are in a circumstance where it's easier to watch TV on your computer rather than your television set.
While early serials were really aiming at the stay-at-home wife and mother, the modern inventions of TiVo, DVR, VCR, Internet and SOAPnet, let fans catch up with their favorite daytime dramas anytime.
If you know your sweetie would like a tape or VHS not made into CD or DVD, you can see about either buying a tape player or VCR with the specific media so your sweetie can enjoy it.
The VCR allowed high school and college students to keep up with their favorite daytime dramas, including General Hospital, without missing school to do so.
General Hospital fans may not be able to watch their episodes every day, even with the VCR, the DVR and episode clips that are featured on the Internet.
Computer video cards not only are useful for games and software applications, but are great for hooking up a large TV, DVD player or VCR to your PC.
If you discover that the actual tape in a used videotape you've purchased is leaking out of the cassette, do not place the cassette in your VCR.
In most cases, you won't be able to tell if there are any imperfections with a used videotape until you get it home and pop it into your VCR.
Prior to the advent of the VCR, soap fans needed to be planted in front of their screens during the episode's airing or they would miss it.
The Deluxe One-Bedroom or Two-Bedroom Suites provide a video game system, a VCR, a CD player, and color television in the living room.