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Steven Hill returns to Law & Order: The Tenth Year for his final full season as DA Adam Schiff, the role that earned him two Primetime Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. Joining him are series regulars Jerry Orbach, Jesse L. Martin, S. Epatha Merkerson, Sam Waterston and Angie Harmon as the men and women striving to bring justice to the streets of New York in 24 enthralling episodes, including the Law & Order: Special Victims Unit crossover, “Entitled.” This season features guest stars John Heard (Entourage) and Guillermo Diaz (Weeds), and a roster of cases including a murderous rampage in Central Park, a sinister insurance scam involving Holocaust victims and an academically successful college student who is leading a double life. Television icon Dick Wolf delivers another gripping, intelligent and sometimes shocking chapter of television’s longest running franchise.
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The product that NBC Universal/Universal Studios has put out though is another story.
I'm willing to ignore the lack of an episode list because I can just as easily get that online. Missing that doesn't really detract from the quality.
What I CANNOT and WILL NOT ignore is the absence of the crossover Law & Order SVU episode "Entitled - Part 1." The L&O Part 2 episode is present, but nowhere to be found is the important Part 1, DESPITE THE BACK COVER SAYING IT IS FEATURED!
When Season 9 came out, it took me a while to figure out where they had hidden the "Homicide" crossover episode. It was there, just very awkwardly placed. So before writing this review, I searched each of the five discs of Season 10 meticulously to see if I was missing something. I wasn't. It's nowhere to be found.
So why isn't it there? Copyright issues aren't a problem considering that it's the same production company. Season 1 of SVU is available on DVD, so DVD rights and issues shouldn't exist. I'm not as much of a fan of SVU, at least not enough to buy a season set just to get the one episode.
Am I sorry I bought the set? No. At Amazon's $24.99 price, it's still a steal for the quality of the episodes. But as far as I'm concerned, NBC Universal/Universal Studios owes me a disc with that SVU Episode on it.
The big complaint in the Season 9 reviews was poor packaging/the lack of an episode list, which had me nearly downgrading it to 3 stars. OK, we all make mistakes, but there's no excuse for making the same mistake twice, so this time I have given only 3 stars. Surely Universal's well-paid marketing and sales people ought to check out the feedback on sites like this?
What adds insult to injury is that there is a paper insert with Season 10 - perfect for an episode list with summaries, which is what I thought it was at first - but it turns out just to be an ad for something or other.
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