The narrative soon thickens with the introduction of Office 39, a nefarious underground North Korean organization looking to spark war between East and West. Emotional content is enhanced with the addition of Finn (Christian Antidormi), Damien Scott's son. As the plot mechanics grind forward, with double agents revealed and so forth, the character motivations occasionally become a bit confusing. But as a blast of adrenaline-goosing action, the show never disappoints. Series star Philip Winchester continues to steal scenes as the magnetic Michael Stonebridge.
Blu-ray Special Features:
"How to Strike Back," on the first disc, is a series of short featurettes (totalling about ten minutes): How to Jet Ski Through a Marketplace, How to Piss Off an MMA Fighter, How to Bulldoze a Car, How to Scale a Skyscraper in Bangkok, How to Interrogate with Electricity.
There's a very succinct recap of the third season on disc one as well.
More "How to Strike Back" is found on disc two: "How to Say Goodbye," running about three minutes.
The third disc contains five minutes of 'making of' footage, labelled "Production Recon:" Day 14 (Bangkok, Thailand), Day 36 (Krabi, Thailand), Day 62 (Haimasker Military Base, Hungary), Day 63 (Budapest, Hungary).
Digital HD copies round out the Blu-ray package.