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Robbery Homicide Division TV Series (DVD) Stars: Tom Sizemore

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This is a 3 disc set!

A RARE show! A must in any collection!

GREAT acting cast!

One of the BEST shows of 2002!

GREAT quality! It's 9 1/2 out of 10!

All 13 episodes are here!

If you are outside of the U.S.A. the shipping is $14.00 NO EXCEPTIONS!

No labels or artwork!

Just the discs in DVD sleeves!

A MUST in any collection!


The show took an intense, no-nonsense look at the present-day Los Angeles Police Department's Robbery Homicide Division. Lt. Sam Cole is the driven chief detective of a squad that is dedicated to solving some of the worst crimes the city has to offer. There were several technical advisers who worked on the show: Chic Daniel, an LAPD living legend who served more than twenty years on SWAT; Robert Deamer, a specialist of gang enforcement who is one of the most decorated veterans of Special Enforcement Unit (ex-C.R.A.S.H.); and Lieutenant Todd Reinhold, an actual squad leader of Special Weapons And Tactics.

The series was originally titled Metro which was the division where the show was originally going to be set. Then, the title was changed to RHD/LA which was used for the fall schedule announcement. CBS ordered the final title believing that people would be confused about what RHD stood for.

In April 2002, Schindel left to focus on his duties at NBC's Law & Order. Frank Spotnitz joined the show as an executive producer and the showrunner in May 2002 after The X-Files ended its nine-season run and then left in October because he decided that it "was not creatively the show that he wanted to be working on."[1]

Thematically, the show was very reminiscent of Mann's film Heat in that it also dealt with a driven cop working the Robbery-Homicide Division leading a multi-ethnic squad. Stylistically, Mann has said that RHD was a chance to test out some of the high-definition digital cameras he would later employ to much greater effect on Collateral and the film version of Miami Vice.


Tom Sizemore as Lt. Sam Cole
Barry Shabaka Henley as Sgt. Alfred Simms
Klea Scott as Det. Sonya Robbins
David Cubitt as Det. Richard Barstow
Michael Paul Chan as Det. Ron Lu

Episode Guide:

Season 1

1 1-01 E3801/101 27/Sep/02 A Life of Its Own
2 1-02 E3802/102 04/Oct/02 Mini-Mall
3 1-03 E3803/103 11/Oct/02 2028 (a.k.a. Internet Sex)
4 1-04 E3807/105 18/Oct/02 Free and Clear
5 1-05 E3805/106 25/Oct/02 Alton Davis Redux
6 1-06 E3806/107 01/Nov/02 In/Famous
7 1-07 E3804/104 08/Nov/02 City of Strivers (a.k.a. Defense Lawyer)
8 1-08 E3808/108 15/Nov/02 Wild Ride (a.k.a. Zero Disrespect)
9 1-09 E3810/109 30/Nov/02 Life Is Dust
10 1-10 E3811/110 07/Dec/02 Had
11 1-11 E3812/111 UNAIRED Hellbound Train
12 1-12 E3809/112 UNAIRED Vamonos, Chica
13 1-13 E3814/113 UNAIRED Absolute Perfection