With the show firmly in it's stride, Season 3 provides some of 'Friends' very best moments, in a season which is consistently funny, engaging and often genuinely heartwarming. From Ross' Princess Leia fantasy to Monica's accidental purchase of a racecar bed, Season 3 is never short on laughs, and would be worth a purchase for some of the brilliant quips and hilariously awkward situations alone. But this is also one of 'Friends' best seasons as regards more serious moments, and character development, with issues like Monica trying to get over her break up with Richard, Ross' and Rachel''s moving and tumultuous relationship, and some new situations for pretty much everyone else. There's nothing really to moan about here, at all. The episodes are pretty much all superb, the DVD quality is fine, and though the extras aren't particularly great, there are still a few decent interactive features. For those new to the show, you'll enjoy this, though I would suggest beginning with Season 1; and for those returning to a show they know and love, don't worry, Season 3 of 'Friends' is every bit as good as you've remembered.