The episodes in this third season carry the same enthusiasm and attention to detail that the first two seasons exhibited. Unlike other shows that have a certain amount of longevity, this show does not stray from the basic story line and developed characters, thus, never losing the ingredients that spawned it's popularity. Excellent mix of grittiness and style. The show took on a much darker edge but did not stray from its roots.
Some episodes are true classics (the opener with Jeff Fahey as a weapons distributor) the episode guest starring Lou Diamond Philipps as a cop, and a classic with John Glover as a former cop who is a surveillance sweeper (by the far funniest and least gritty episode of the season-straight out of a season 1 episode). Biker Boys from Hell is quite bad, but you will get a few poor episodes in every MV season due to the fact that different people directed each episode.