I was in Best Buy recently when a customer asked one of the staff if he knew when “The Munsters” Season 3 was coming out. He was about to look it up on the computer when I let the customer know that the two seasons on DVD was the complete series. I told her there were more episodes per season back then, and the endless reruns made it seem like there must have been more than two seasons. She thanked me for the info, and the staffer resumed his nose picking. While there, I took a look at the packaging for the two seasons (I also have them at home). Nowhere on either set does it indicate how many seasons the show ran. You’d think that Season 2 would be marked as “The Final Season” somewhere, or at least include the fact within the text on the back. As they are packaged, an uninformed customer, or employee, would do exactly as I witnessed. It seems that final seasons should be labeled a bit more clearly. In the case of “The Munsters”, I think it should say “The Final Season” under the title, and “Season Two” at the bottom. It also looks nice when there is a numeric indication for the season on the spine, like Warner usually does. It would be a simple practice that would help the casual consumer know when a completed series has been released on DVD, rather than looking for something that doesn’t exist, as I witnessed.