|The Complete Twentieth Season|
|Set Details||Special Features|
|Region 1||Region 2||Region 4|
|January 12, 2010||September 17, 2010||January 20, 2010|
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“As nature requires whirlwinds and cyclones to release its excessive force in a violent revolt against its own existence, so the spirit requires a demonic human being from time to time whose excessive strength rebels against the community of thought and the monotony of morality ... only by looking at those beyond its limits does humanity come to know its own utmost limits.”
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