At the top we see part of the real reason for the scarcity of Active product in the US: they initially took on all sales and distribution by themselves, sending ads to video store owners and such. It'd be hard to make yourself a national presence if you spend half the day stuffing envelopes.
And at the bottom, Active starts getting loopy in outlining its licensing plans. It's impossible not to crack a smile while the paper goes on about "Disney" quality cartoon ads and "servo" controlled mascot costumes. (The writer needs to learn a "thing" or two about the use of quotes.) The main question that pops up: Where were they getting the money for all of this? Oh, and Screaming Mad George is a person, not a company.