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Common Law

1.01 Pilot


  • TV Version
  • Extended Version
Release: Mar 02, 2016 - Author: Tony Montana - Translator: Tony Montana - external link: IMDB
Compared are the TV Version and the Extended Version.

38 differences, consisting of:
- 23 removed scenes
- 7 extended scenes
- 3 scenes with removed and alternate footage
- 2 removed scenes in the Extended Version
- 2 scenes with alternate footage
- 1 removed scene incl. recuts

- Total length difference: 759.56 sec resp. 12 min and 39.56 sec

Common Law is a US TV show aired on USA Network. The show was originally supposed to air in January 2012 but it was postponed to the summer. Eventually, the show aired from May to August 2012 but due to bad ratings, it was cancelled after 1 season consistinf of 12 episodes. What a surprise.

Certainly, the show does not reach the high quality standards of shows like Sons of Anarchy, The Sopranos, Breaking Bad, The Wire, Boardwalk Empire etc. Nonetheless, is it quite entertaining and fans of buddy cop movies should definately take a look because it is really funny and entertaining.

Time index refers to
TV Version / Extended Version.
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00:00 / 00:00

Longer black screen in the TV Version.

TV Version 2.36 sec longer

Removed Scene
10:05 / 10:02

When Travis and Wes figure out that the guy they just caught is Tobey Whitaker, son of Judge Whitaker, the end of the scene is missing in the TV Version.
After a little chat, Travis and Wes let Tobey go but he has to leave the shoes behind.

38.2 sec

Extended Scene
10:10 / 10:46

The conversation with the Captain is longer in the Extended Version. Not much longer, just a word here and a comment there.
After discussing the current case, it turns out that this is not their case anymore. The case now belongs to Gooden and Scott.

While the conversation goes on, alternate footage has been used. And again, there are a few more comments in the Extended Version.
TV VersionExtended Version

37.72 sec

Removed Scene / Alternate Footage
16:21 / 17:35

The conversation with Judge Whitaker is longer in the Extended Version.
Travis makes an additional comment, then he poors himself something to drink.

Wes's comment is the same but an alternate take has been used here. The TV Version only shows Wes while the Extended Version shows both Wes and Travis.
TV VersionExtended Version

7.32 sec
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