According to Mr. Catlin, it will sell for $179.97, which would be pretty steep even if people weren’t about to start boiling their boots for soup, but the 36-hour disc contains something fans have been desperately waiting for: An end to the series. (Then again, it’s a heckuva lot cheaper than HBO’s Sopranos box which retails for $399.99. And we all know how frustratingly that series en—)
Writes Mr. Catlin:
Now, two hours of a show runner talking about what would’ve happened on a cancelled show might sound boring (or very much like something from The Onion AV Club‘s Commentary Tracks of the Damned column), but keep in mind this is David Milch. In a February 14, 2005 New Yorker profile of Mr. Milch by Mark Singer, the Deadwood auteur’s method was described as follows:
Sounds like must-see TV to us.