After announcing that they're going to raise prices on their DVD packages back in June, Netflix has been catching a lot of flack from customers. If there's one thing you don't deprive a person of, it's affordable access to last year's Oscar noms and old seasons of "Dexter."
Jason Alexander has heard the people's cries and has joined forces with Funny Or Die to speak out on behalf of the cinematically inconvenienced. How? He's supporting the Netflix Relief Fund -- an organization designed to financially help you through this trying time in American history.
So dry those tears at the thought of not being able to afford to watch "13 Going on 30" and "The Fighter" on the same weekend. You still can. You still can.
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