You gotta admit it: We steal some good television from the Brits. Among our quality grabs: "Life on Mars," the short-lived ABC series.
But today we're offering the source material, the BBC version of "Life on Mars." You'll get 8 episodes of the show that chronicles the life of Sam Tyler, a police detective who gets hit by a car and wakes up in 1973. It takes him back to a time when police were, to put it bluntly, hard-drinking thugs, and that was fine with everybody. And let's not talk about the forensics tools.
With this collection, you'll also get audio commentary, an hour-long documentary with behind-the-scenes footage, a featurette on the show's composer, and an outtakes reels.
It's a neat little treat for your Anglophile friends or if you watched the American version, you can compare and contrast.
Send that email by 8 tonight (9/22) with your address in the body and our random drawing will show who's in for a bloody good time.