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Law & Order - Season 5 - Complete  [DVD]
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All 23 episodes from the fifth season of the American television crime drama series starring Chris Noth as Detective Mike Logan, featuring stories often taken from the headlines and following each crime from two perspectives - the police investigation and the trial of the accused. Episodes are: 'Second Opinion', 'Coma', 'Blue Bamboo', 'Family Values', 'White Rabbit', 'Competence', 'Precious', 'Virtue', 'Scoundrels', 'House Counsel', 'Guardian', 'Progeny', 'Rage', 'Performance', 'Seed', 'Wannabe', 'Act of God', 'Privileged', 'Cruel and Unusual', 'Bad Faith', 'Purple Heart', 'Switch' and 'Pride'.
Unlike most police procedurals, Dick Wolf's seminal series takes the viewer from crime to conviction. As its title suggests, Law and Order pairs the perspectives of the police and prosecutors. The first half of the show devotes itself to the investigation of a crime in New York City, while the second half dives into the legal proceedings. Series five features Chris Noth in his final series as Detective Mike Logan, with seasoned veteran Jerry Orbach playing the wry Lenny Briscoe. This season also marks Sam Waterston's first as Jack McCoy, one of the most popular characters on the series. Claire Kincaid (Jill Hennessy) joins McCoy in the district attorney's office. The fifth series of the Emmy-winning series features an impressive roster of guest stars, including Laura Linney and Edward Herrmann. Future Sopranos regulars Edie Falco, Aida Turturro, and Dominic Chianese also make appearances.
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Have to give it four stars, though. The Hennessy - Waterston combination is one of the best legal teams on TV! Hated to see Hennessy go.
From start to finish there is no let up, no personal lives of the characters to get in the way of the plots.
Jerry Orbach and Sam Waterston, what a combination.
This beats all other crime shows into a cocked hat.
It's as worth buying as any other season in this excellent series, although at a pinch perhaps season 4 had a few more standout episodes.
This is the final season starring Chris Noth as Detective Logan. He turned up about 10 years later as a cast member of Law and Order: Criminal Intent.
Dann Florek turns up for the first time in one episode as Detective Donald Cragen.
Season 4 had some boring to watch extended and deleted scenes. This season has no extras.
I simply don`t understand how a Company can publish a dvd without subtitles these days. At least English for the hearing aided. It is arrogance.
Although containing no bonuses as usual, season five is absolutely impressive, reaching it's 100th episode this season, this is a must buy!
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Needs subtitles - the actors mumble their lines sometimes.Published 2 months ago by the great stefano
Bought as a present. Well packaged. Fast delivery. Has been watched over and over. A+Published 12 months ago by Colin O'Connor