Dec 4 2006, 12:59 AM
Our local NBC station has been airing the old episodes of Without a Trace for the past couple months late at night on the weekends. Well, tonight we were watching the episode where a man's wife was killed in the World Trade Center attacks and he kidnapped her boss and wanted a ransom. When the assistant went to make the drop, things went bad and he took hostages, including Sam. The episode ended in gunfire and we didn't know if it was continued or not, so I went on the internet and managed to find a site that has a list of all the episodes and discovered that the show is on DVD. Went to Amazon to check the price and was shocked to see that they have it for $8.39!!! Just thought I'd let everyone know. I might just get it myself after Christmas. That site that I checked the episode list, said that this particular 2-pt episode is actually spliced together into 1 episode on the DVD with extra footage added.
Dec 4 2006, 10:58 AM
Yeah, I have the 1st season already, Val..it's been out for a couple of years now. Overseas, they already have the 2nd season..but as far as I know, it hasn't been released in the US, yet. I don't think the 1st season sold very well here, so I guess that's why they haven't released any other seasons so far. I think the show is now in it's 5th season..may be wrong about that..but there are still several season that they need to release...I'd buy them all if they would release them!!! WAT is one of my favorite dramas...
Dec 4 2006, 12:05 PM
I just ordered the first season from Amazon. Didn't even realize it was out. I know Happy Days is another where they released the first season but no other seasons have been released yet. Walker, Texas Ranger released the final season first, then released the first season. I have both of those, just haven't had a chance to watch any of the first season yet
Dec 16 2006, 09:04 PM
Becky & anyone else,
Just thought I'd let you know that Amazon has Without a Trace, The Complete Second Season available for pre-order...price is $41.99. Guess that means it'll be out in the next few months.
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