And it didn't even take six seasons to self-compost! (Plus it beat Big Brother's decomposition by a whole two hours.)
I do wonder about NBC's commitment: with hiatus and schedule-switches already having been tried, the last few episodes may wind up online. (Amazon has a release date for the DVD set set to September 7th. It's very optimistically labeled as 'Season One.') This is cheap and paid for, which seems to be the network's only criteria -- but there's still more reruns of Minute To Win It waiting in the wings.
As far as the trash status goes, I'm mostly still watching to see if they can turn this into something that makes sense within their remaining time -- and if they don't, just how badly they blow it. The descent from interesting concept to low camp wasn't the ride I was hoping for, but it's the only one I've got.
And unless I get a $2.99 price tag, commentary/excuses/half-baked explanations on every episode, and a comprehensive map of the spacial warps as an interior fold-out, I'm not getting the DVD.