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There's this great TV series that I am a fan of. I would like to go through each episode, available on DVD, and make note of interesting scenes, i.e. funnt stuff, reoccurring events, etc. Is there a good way to go about this? I know that shows such as The Daily show do something like this in order to find relevant clips for their show.

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If you have a Mac, iPhone or iPad I would suggest Bento. It's a program based on FileMaker that allows you to organize all sorts of projects and data. You could try this Film Library template from their template exchange or search for a different template. Or maybe just download the program and start entering data.

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