I received this product so fast in excellent condition. All the seasons in one box with lots of bonus features. Also a paperback book that has information on all the characters and on the cd cases is information on all the episodes. Great value and I have already told my friends about this. You won't regret buying this.
I will not be ordering anything Site-to-Store during Christmas ever again, and we order MANY things using site-to-store every year. There were 2 people in front of me and I still had to wait 20 minutes for my order. They had my Wal-Mart (La Porte, Texas) severly under-staffed where the person ringing everyone up was going into the back to search for the order each time. I recommend that Wal-Mart improve their staffing plan for the pick up of walmart.com orders during the Christmas season especially during peak store hours. I would almost rather pay more than have to deal with the wait times. The employees were very helpful, and they were doing the best that they could - this is a management issue for sure.
If I had an illness that no one else could help with, this guy is the one I would want on the case. He is so cool the way he comes up with the diagnosis. He is harsh, but truthful. He is funny, but obnoxious, and a total babe. This show is great and it opens your eyes to the medical institutation.\nI would reccommed this DVD to any House fan.
I was a little skeptic about buying this DVD, because so many movie was on it, and I believed it would take away from the quality of picture and sound of the movies, and cause some to have poor quality. I saw one of the movies, and liked it a lot so for the price I figured I would go ahead and purchase it. I actually liked all of the movies and the quality of picture and sound wasn't as bad as I thought. It's not razor sharp as I would like the picture to be, but very good quality. I enjoyed all the movies, and they are well worth buying if you don't already have them on regular DVD if you do then it really wouldn't make sense to re-buy them, because the quality is the same as a regular DVD.
Despite some likable performances (Epps is especially winning), the drama in Higher Learning is constricted, hemmed in by Singleton's compulsion to view his characters as walking paradigms of racial and sexual politics.