We had been running movies and situation comedies like Andy Griffith and Green Acres, off network. We had off-network stuff, and very quickly, I got the Braves baseball. So we had baseball games on, where very few markets — only the biggest markets that had local baseball teams — had local coverage. Most of America only got a Saturday afternoon game on NBC, and all of a sudden, here was a complete slate of 150 baseball games, most of them in primetime. So people in Nebraska and North Dakota and South Dakota, Hawaii and Alaska could have a team to cheer for that they never had before. No, it was good programming. We carried wrestling, and people liked that. Wrestling, baseball, basketball and movies and some other sporting events that we could get our hands on. We had a very, very viable, popular network there.