As I wrote in a previous review, I was turned onto SpongeBob by my girlfriend's 7 year-old daughter! Like I wrote in my previous review (for SpongeBob's Season 7 DVD Set) it was about 2.5 years ago. I bought the film, then a few of the 'grab-bag' DVDs w/ random episodes. Now, I'm getting the Complete Seasons-only through Amazon, by the way! The prices cannot be beat, @ least as compared to stores & REPUTABLE sites! Season 3 was delivered yesterday (I ordered it on Sunday, 8/4/13). Whenever I order, I like to get the One Day Shipping-it's worth it & not expensive! Season 3 has some of my most beloved episodes-i.e., "SpongeBob Meets The Strangler", "Krab-Borg"(the 1st that I popped in), "Krusty Krab Training Video"(which is 1 of THE most popular eps. ever, via the 'Pop-Ups'-I'll get to that later), "The Camping Episode", "Club SpongeBob", "Krabby Land", & I could go on & on. I bought Seasons 7,8,& now 3! I pick them by which 1's have the episodes that I love the most. Season 3 has some awesome Bonus Features! 1st, there's 'Pop-Ups' on select episodes. As the ep. progresses, Trivia Facts will pop-up (hence the name) on your screen, facts about that episode in particular, or just rare facts about the show & the making of. There's also a "How To Draw SpongeBob & The Main Characters". It's a .5 hour long demo for kids to teach them to draw the characters, which I think is GREAT & unique! Also, the Pilot Episode "Help Wanted", which is NOT on the Season 1 DVD BoxSet (for whatever reason), is included. I've seen it on Nick, but it's cool to have here as a Bonus. As always the picture is great, & as I mentioned in my other SB Season 7 review, the Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo Surround is much better than 2.0 on DVDs of films & other TV shows. Why? No idea, but there IS a HUGE difference. The 3-DVD Set is packaged in the 'Tray-Stack' style, all in a 'Keep Case'. 1 note: MY Season 3 DVD Cover-Art is different from what is pictured on amazon.com. I noticed that the copyright date on MY copy is 2012, but the 3rd Season was released on DVD in 2005. I guess I have a 2nd Edition, as opposed to a 1st. That bums me out a bit, as a collector of film/TV DVDs, I ALWAYS try to get the 1st Editions (hence why, when a movie or TV Season is released that I want, I get it on it's release day!)!Other than that, a stellar product. Amazon is the best!