The third volume of the beloved animated series Futurama comes to DVD from 20th Century Fox. Volume three contains 22 complete episodes on four discs, originally broadcast on FOX from 2001 to 2002. Each episode is presented with a standard full-frame transfer and Dolby Digital Surround Sound in English, Spanish, and French. Subtitles are available in English and Spanish and closed captions are also accessible. The box itself is pretty cool, with dual-sided character cutouts and two clear windows to see the inside sleeve artwork. Each disc is held in its own slim Nexpak plastic case. The bonus features start off with full-length audio commentary tracks for each and every episode. Each disc provides ample deleted scenes, storyboards, and still galleries. Disc four offers the most special features. A "How to Draw Characters" segment in the character art gallery creates Fry and Leela. Also, 3-D models show some rough-draft sequences. Animatics are included for "Anthology of Interest II" and alternate animation is provided for "Roswell That Ends Well." In addition, there are international clips featuring French, Italian, and Spanish language casts and a couple of Easter eggs. Overall, this is yet another highly recommended Futurama box set from 20th Century Fox in a series of fine releases.