39 of 41 people found the following review helpful
Out of the 4 production runs Futurama had (stretched to 5+ seasons on TV), Season 3 is the only one with a complete set of 22 episodes.
Quality of the episodes is a bit mixed. You get "stinkers" (by Futurama standards - still being great entertainment) like "That's Lobstertainment!", "A Leela of Her Own" and "A Pharaoh To Remember" but you also get a great share of real gems: The Emmy nominated "Amazon Women In The Mood", "Parasites Lost", "The Luck of the Fryrish", Emmy winner and Annie directing winner "Roswell that Ends Well" and WGA winner "Godfellas" to name a few.
As for the extras: Full length commentaries for the episodes (an extra one for "Roswell"), an Animatic of "Anthology… Read more
7 of 13 people found the following review helpful
This is THE merchandise event for Futurama fans in 2002.
The episodes in this set originally aired from November 21th 1999 to December 3rd 2000 on FOX in the USA. With 19 episodes, it was the first full season for the show. Many fans currently see this season as plainly the best. Gems include "Xmas Story" in which SantaBot comes to town to see who was naughty, "The Problem with Popplers" with a weird twist and "Anthology of Interest I" where the authors show us three "what if?" stories - the equivalent to the treehouse of horror episode of The Simpsons.
The extras on the discs are rich, too. We get full episode length commentaries by the authors and voices for each and every episode,… Read more