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For You "Law & Order" Freaks Out There...

by Sergio
August 20, 2011 9:01 AM
2 Comments
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I understand. You'll still missing S. Epatha Merkerson as Lt Van Buren on Law & Order. Life just hasn't been the same since Jesse Martin left. And there are some who feel that the show seriously lost its groove after Richard Brooks was taken off after the second season.

Well you're about to get your fix cured. Universal Home Entertainment has announced that on November 8th they will release the super duper ultimate Law & Order: The Complete Series DVD collection, which will consist of every single bloody episode from the series' 20 year history.

The staggering 104-DVD set will include hours of extras and special features of course. The asking price for the set is $699.99 (that extra penny less must be a buying incentive); However Amazon is currently selling the set as a pre-roder for the bargain basement price of $489.99. Get it while it's hot!

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2 Comments

  • Geneva Girl | August 22, 2011 10:12 AMReply

    I have wished for this. I can only imagine being stuck in the hospital for a long time to have the time to watch from beginning to end.

  • BluTopaz | August 22, 2011 1:31 AMReply

    Aaargh-wish they had broken it up into seasons the way Netflix does with L&O SVU and CI. I think that's how most people watch them anyway-the Jerry Orbach years were my faves. I don't blame them for milking that cow for all it's worth, though.

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