If you've looked through the reviews for Season Six, The Simpsons DVD
you'd find a lot of complaints about the box design. On the plus side, it was innovative, on the minus side...it wasn't very practical. They've gone ahead and remedied this by releasing the set in both styles. Wanting to be able to stack my boxes, or at the very least, line them up on a shelf, I opted for the plain box. If you got the alternate box for Season Six, Grey's Anatomy DVD
Season Seven's box follows suit in design, with a hole cut out for an eye to peek through (in this case, Marge). A lot has improved. The case's style is better, and is less prone to loose DVDs like Seasons 1-5. The booklet now sports scenes from the actual episodes, as opposed to just a character shot or two. Very easy Pretty Little Liars DVD
to just glance through the booklet, and know what episodes are there. As far as the DVDs interface is concerned, it's nice. When you select an episode, and the menu comes up, a scene plays in the background. Nice touch. Special features aren't as plentiful as previous seasons, though that's not really terrible, just not as much as before. NCIS DVD
I really enjoyed the animatics from previous seasons, and I was a bit disappointed to not find one here. Commentary is great. Episode-wise, this has some gems. King Sized Homer, where homer purposely gains 61 pounds to get on disability for obesity, the conclusion to Who Shot Mr. Burns, which has some great commentary on what happened with the contest. My favorite episode, Monk DVD
22 Short Films About Springfield, is also here, and the 138th episode spectacular, which is a great clip show (not many series can even boast a good clip show) It's got quite a few classics.