I've written numerous times on this very blog that 21 Jump Street was my favourite television show when I was young.
The programme made its way to UK screens in the autumn of 1989. It was only weeks after we had our very first satellite dish and I would religiously watch it at 7PM every Sunday evening.
Another series that eventually found its way to Sky TV (possibly at 8PM on Sundays) was the 21 Jump Street spin-off, Booker.
It starred Richard Grieco as the title character - Dennis Booker.
We were first introduced to Grieco's character in the third season of Jump Street, but - in Booker - we caught him after he had quit his job as an undercover cop and was, instead, working as an investigator for an insurance firm.
I'll be honest - I wasn't a fan of the series. I watched many episodes, but cannot recall if I watched the entire run.
It just wasn't 21 Jump Street.
Anyway, the reason why I'm going on about Booker today is because - when I found the 21 Jump Street seasons on Amazon a few months back - I did a search for 'Booker', but my search didn't find it.
However, when I was browsing the list of programmes available for Amazon Prime customers late last week, look what popped up: