Drawn Together Season 3 is a collection of episodes of the Comedy Central series. The series began as a spoof of reality TV shows, especially Big Brother and its clones, but in Season 3 it pays only cursory attention to its premise. The writers probably realized that the reality series jokes could only carry the show so far, which in a way serves to really emphasize the original point of how vapid the genre really is.
In Season 3 the housemates spend very little time in the house, which was a good decision by the writers since the reality TV aspect of the show had pretty much been fully played out. Perhaps not so coincidently Season 3 is by far the best season for the series so far. Some of the highlights include a hilarious Fat Albert parody, Toot being mistaken for a sacred Hindu cow, and two looks at casual sex gone bad with a one night stand partner that turns out to be a psycho and a casual affair in which one partner begins to take things seriously while the other doesn't. In spite of the highlights there are also plenty of lows with jokes that completely miss their marks or that rely completely on tastelessness for their humor value. Also, the series continues to rely pretty heavily on gay jokes, so much so that on several occasions it even pokes fun at its own gay joke obsession. But the series still has a knack for hitting you with something that is actually quite clever and funny just when you're about to give up on it.
Drawn Together Season 3 isn't for everyone. It's definitely not for kids as the uncensored DVDs include nudity and plenty of foul language. If you find South Park to be too crude for your taste, then you'll definitely want to stay far away from Drawn Together. However, if you enjoy risqu humor and don't mind sitting through plenty of bad jokes that miss while waiting for a few genuinely funny gags, then Drawn Together Season 3 is definitely worth a look.