The Museum of the Moving Image's Goodman is more enthralled than fearful. The ramifications of a black-market Buffy strike him as compelling enough that, legalities aside, he's considering making the RealMedia version of "Graduation" part of the museum's collection. "This is part of a very interesting story, the very finely woven relationship between established media and new media," he says. "In this instance, new media isn't replacing television--it's about the back-and-forth dialogue between them. The Internet is not television; its strength right now is that it's the anti-television."