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The Shield 7 Seasons 2007

Season 6
4.6 out of 5 stars (76) IMDb 7.6/10

Devastated by Lem's death, Vic resolves to track down the killer, and looks to salvage his own career by enlisting Aceveda's help in beating back Detective Kavanaugh's challenge.

Starring:
Michael Chiklis, Catherine Dent

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1. On the Jones

With his case slipping away, Kavanaugh looks to plant evidence that will pin Lem's murder on Vic.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 48 minutes Release date: 3 April 2007
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2. Baptism by Fire

As Vic hatches a dangerous plan to lure Guardo back to LA to answer for Lem's murder, Kavanaugh sees his trumped up case against him falling apart.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: 10 April 2007
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3. Back to One

As Vic's relentless, yet misguided, search finally provides him a chance to avenge Lem's murder, Dutch's investigation into a robbery homicide leads him to a ruthless meth ring.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 17 April 2007
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4. The New Guy

Led to believe that there is still a chance to save his job, Vic throws himself whole-heartedly into training his replacement as they investigate a local gang's deadly internal war.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: 24 April 2007
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5. Haunts

As Vic gets some disturbing intelligence that suggests he was all wrong about Lem's killer, Dutch and Billings' hunt for a suspect in the rape and mutilation of runaway teenage girls produces an unexpected suspect.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 1 May 2007
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6. Chasing Ghosts

As Vic begins to suspect Shane was behind Lem's death, the murder of a city official's daughter forces the Strike Team to keep the investigation from revealing the truth about her drug addiction.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: 8 May 2007
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7. Exiled

As Shane sets a plan into motion that will protect him and his family from any retaliation, Vic and Hiatt devise a risky deal aimed at stopping the gang warfare between the Mexicans and the Salvadorans.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 15 May 2007
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8. The Math of Wrath

As Shane exposes a power struggle inside the Armenian mob and the Strike team works to protect an agent inside the Salvadoran drug gang, Dutch stumbles onto a designer handbag counterfeiting ring.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: 22 May 2007
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9. Recoil

With his future at stake, Vic looks for leverage he can use to save his job, while Shane has problems of his own as he tries to partner up with the Armenian mob.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: 29 May 2007
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10. Spanish Practices

As Shane tries heading off the Armenian mob's deadly plan to avenge the money train heist, Vic looks to save his job by enlisting Aceveda in an effort to expose Cruz Pezuela's plans for Farmington.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 1 hour, 1 minute Release date: 5 June 2007
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well, if you have watched all the way up to and including season five you are going to watch this eventually, who are you kidding?

SHOULD you buy series 6 on dvd now?

I don't give spoilers in my reviews, but I do give my impression of what I saw. I saw damn good things with season six.

DVD quality and sound (still no 5.1 unfortunately) same as usual. Some nice extras.

I was not aware of the cut episode 'controversy' until I read some of the other reviews, I can confirm that the final episode is indeed longer than the others. The end credits roll up at 1 hours 5 mins and 4 seconds. I didn't notice that at the time by the way, I was too busy enjoying the show.

Brilliant. You get serious resolution to the story, and I'm not just talking about that darned IA chappie. Every episode gives a real advance to the plot we have all spent time enjoying, and our favourites, such as the geeky Dutch, are still there in all their glory.

Without spoiling it, all I can say is that I came away from this feeling satisfied, feeling good and just waiting (very) impatiently for season seven. Don't get me wrong, the story is tied up, but I want more.

Very, very, very good. I am impressed with the whole storyline, the acting, the action and the ending.

I have been smiling most of the morning as I remember different bits of this series, and especially the last episode.

Highly recommended. The Shield ends with a roar, not a whimper.

The only negative I can think of is that there are no commentaries on the season 6 DVDs, only a few (albeit interesting) featurettes. The commentaries on other seasons have been very enjoyable, I recommend trying them out if you have not already.
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It's Strike Team - what do you expect?
In fact, this season mid-way through seems actually to drop the tension and complex interplay of subplots, though only in comparison to the adrenalin-pumping pace of previous series. Don't be fooled! The final episode leaves you on the biggest cliffhanger of all, simply gagging for series 7 - alleged to be the last one ever. It's been a stunning feature of The Shield that while some stories last an episode, some a whole series, the overall story extends across the entire run of the programme. Even 'Lord of the Rings' was only three movies! Only by the very end will all the strands of the whole show be tied up - one assumes. With The Shield, along with morally ambivalent characters and dense complicated yet thoroughly compelling plotting, the only thing you can be sure of is surprises. And shocks.
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the shield is not a show for the faint of heart. right from the start it's brutal and shocking with the kind of language and subject matter that only cable tv is allowed to show. it's also very complex stuff. vic mackey, played by michael chiklis, is the type of character that by rights you should hate, but at the same time you're rooting for him because you know that without him around the streets would be a lot worse.
forrest wittaker bows out this series, but i'd like to see him come back as this is one of his most terifying performances and he should have gotten an emmy to sit alongside his oscar for the last king of scotland.absolutely superb stuff from start to finish, great twists and turns that you really just do not see coming. anyone out there who thinks that the bill is the best cop show is an idiot, and really needs to see this.
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By S. Broadbent TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 21 Nov. 2014
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Without doubt one of the finest cop shows to come out of the U.S.A.
I have seen every episode of the Shield and watched this series through twice and will watch again.
The premise of the Shield is very different, the main characters are bad, violent corrupt cops whose lives gradually fall apart
as the Police and F.B.I catch up with them.
There is a linear story line from the first episode to the last with diversions along the way.
The acting is brilliant, this show is very gritty and extremely brutal in places. However the violence is never gratuitous.
The whole series has a beginning, a middle and a very brilliant end, the final episode is one of the best final episodes i have ever seen to a series.
I won't include spoilers, this show is far too good for that, just buy every episode and enjoy.
You will not be disappointed but be aware, bad language and gruesome violence are quite graphic.
The Shield is in my all time top ten of all shows ever. Sensational.
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Please disregard the strangely obsessive comments about running time; this series is a treat not a cheat. Splitting what certainly feels like one long season into two (5 and 6) does lead to a slightly perplexing carry-over of the John Kavanaugh/IAD storyline and you might need your memory refreshing if you've allowed yourself a break between seasons. In terms of criticism, that's about it. Exceptional TV making and exceptional entertainment from beginning to end.

The Shield, The Sopranos, The Wire: all different, all outstanding, all hugely enjoyable. It is a little disturbing that serious and seriously violent crime should be the subject matter of such cracking entertainment, but there you are.
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