I personally don't like the show enough to own, I watched it when it aired, but it's not something I would cherish to keep. However, I do think Sony owes the fans to try to see if sales for season 3 will pick up. Season 2 flopped on DVD, but it was ten dollars higher than season 1 (only 3 more episodes... full seasons of Good Times cost as much as half-seasons do) and plus, it was almost three years ago, the TV-on-DVD idealogy was different back then. While Mad About You was an award-winning show, it wasn't a "cult" show, back in those days, TV-on-DVD was defined by X-Files, Buffy, Star Trek, Simpsons and The Sopranos, shows that don't have mere followings, but rabid devoted cult followings. For sitcoms to do well on DVD, you had to be like Friends and Sex And The City and be super-popular. Considering Mary Tyler Moore and The Jeffersons initially came out on DVD in this era and were seemingly abandoned indefinately, and eventually revisited on DVD and performed much better than initially... I think Mad About You (which peaked in it's third season in the ratings) should at least be given the opportunity to see if it can give Sony a second wind the way Jeffersons and All In The Family (which initially was labelled a flop on DVD, but sales picked up around season 3) have.