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  • Actors: Billy West, John DiMaggio, Katey Sagal, Tress MacNeille, Phil LaMarr
  • Writers: David X. Cohen, Matt Groening
  • Format: Box set, Color, Dubbed, DVD-Video, Full Screen, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English, French, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Fox Video (Canada) Limited
  • Release Date: March 9 2004
  • Run Time: 22 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00013RBX0
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #11,992 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Futurama: Volume Three

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Good news, everyone, the third DVD volume of Futurama is just as funny as ever--irreverent, boundlessly inventive, warmhearted, and chock-full of in-jokes, sight gags, and fleeting references to all manner of pop-culture icons and obscure genre classics. In fact, if the show has a problem, it's that it's all so lovingly crafted that scarcely a frame goes by without something both funny and clever going on: when a horse wins a race by a quantum fraction, Prof. Farnsworth fulminates, "You changed the result by observing it!" Recurring minor characters (Elzar the chef, the robot mafia, the mutants in the sewers) pop up unexpectedly throughout, providing another wink to dedicated fans; like Red Dwarf, this is a show that loves the genre it sets out to spoof. Shame, then, that the show has had a troubled broadcast history and never quite found the mainstream appeal of its stablemate The Simpsons.

Fry and the Planet Express team find themselves stranded on a planet of unfeasibly large women ("Amazon Women in the Mood"), standing in for psychotic Robo-Santa ("A Tale of Two Santas", with John Goodman reprising his evil robot), and variously falling in love with each other and sundry other humans, aliens, man-bots, fem-bots, virtual reality constructs, and even the Planet Express ship itself.

Futurama, Vol. 3 comprises 22 episodes on four discs. As with previous DVD sets, the animated menus are a treat, and there's a selection of bonus features including deleted scenes, storyboards, commentaries on every episode, animatics, "How to draw" tips, and more. Sheer heaven. --Mark Walker

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on Nov. 29 2003
Format: DVD
futurama is one of the greatest shows ever and this is a really good season. they have some of the best episodes but also some of the worst. this review is over the eps not the dvd.
amazon women in the mood - 5/5
parasites lost - 5/5
tale of two santas - 5/5
luck of the fryish - 5/5
bird bot - 4/5
bendless love - 3/5
day the earth stood stupid - 5/5
thats lobstertainment - 1/5
cyberhouse rules - 3/5
where the buggalo roam - 4/5
insane in the mainframe - 5/5
route of all evil - 5/5
bendin in the wind - 3/5
time keeps on slippin - 4/5
i dated a robot - 3/5
leela of her own - 2/5
pharoah to remember - 2/5
anthology of interest 2 - 5/5
roswell that ends well - 5/5
godfellas - 5/5
futurestock - 5/5
30% iron chef - 5/5
all - 5/5
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Christopher P. Cecena on March 18 2004
Format: DVD
The 3rd season of the underated series is out, and it's yet another classic. Although there is a few weak episodes, (That's Lobstertainment, I Dated a Robot, Bendin' in the Wind), most of them are classic. Excellent episodes include A Tale of Two Santas, which was cut from the series at first, the emmy-award winning Roswell that Ends Well, a second "Anthology of Interest," episode that's possibly funnier than the first(especially for a video game freak, like myself), the secret of Nibbler revealed in The Day the Earth Stood Stupid, the touching Luck of the Fryish, and my favorite of the collection, Time Keeps on Slipping. The ending to that one is so sad! Poor Fry just wanted Leela to notice his message.... believe me, when you watch that one, make sure you have some extra tissues(or save them for the next set's episode, Jurassic Bark). I couldn't help but feel horrible for the poor guy. Anyway, this is the best set yet. Hopefully the quality will continue when vol. 4 comes out.
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By Tommy Skylar TOP 500 REVIEWER on Feb. 2 2008
Format: DVD
Futurama's third season is often considered to be the best season of the show and i agree as it is my favourite season as well.It is also the most uneven season as it sometimes is a great episode following a good episode and then an ok episode,sometimes it has a streak of great episode and its just never even,that kind of thing(Season 2 was an even season with all the episodes being great).But overral this one has proven to have the best episodes of the series and some the strangiest and most hillarious ones as well.In this season the Planet Express crew encouter amazon womens,Santa's return,they go back in time and many more exciting adventures.This season probably has the most Bender episodes as Bender becomes a penguin,a god,a chef,a pharaoh,a bank robber,a folk singer and more.The third season also has the record of most episodes during a season with 22.What i'm saying is that you can't possibly go wrong with this one.

The epsiodes in this season much like in each season are great and this season managed to score many fan-favourite episodes."Amazon Women In The Mood" is one of the funniest as the Planet Express crew find themsleves on a planet full of amazons,amazons are giant womens and they torture mens with what they call snoo-snoo(imagine the "we want snoo-snoo!" and all that with their big voices),wich is sex,death by snoo-snoo is funny.One of my favourites is "Luck Of The Fryish" when we discover what happened in the past after Fry went to the future.It turns out his brother stole his identity and something else that bringed luck to Fry(won'tell you what it is!).Another favourite is "Bendin' In The Wind" in wich Bender broke his body and is now useless,until Beck recruits him to play in his band and they go on tour,that was a memorable episode.
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By Beamer on June 29 2004
Format: DVD
I loved Futurama. It's cancellation was likely one of the few I actually cared about.
This review is a tough one, though. On one hand Futurama hit some peaks in this season. Some of the episodes match anything The Simpsons could through at them, notably the award winning Roswell That Ends Well. Other stellar episodes include Fry becoming intelligent via parasites, a sentimental Fry learning how his brother dealt with his diesappearance, and the superior intellect of the Harlem Globetrotters.
There are some downers, though. Another Zoidberg episode showcases why he's hysterical for one liners yet not outstanding to wrap an episode around. The same with Bender - though I tend to find him the funniest character, and some of the Bender episodes are classics, here we have some that show why Bender is often funniest as an addition to a scene rather than the scene as a whole.
Overall you'll laugh very hard at this series, as long as you're a fan of the brand of humor found in shows such as The Simpsons, Malcom in the Middle and News Radio. Contrary to many opinions you needn't be a Sci-Fi fan (I loathe the stuff myself), you simply need a working knowledge of pop culture. This season falls flat at times, and lacks the overall consistency of the prior seasons (yet is more consistent than Season 4), but has peaks higher than all the prior seasons.
Worth owning and watching repeatedly. Remember to watch those commentaries, too, they tend to be a bit crazy and very rewarding.
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