Rated 4.8 out of 5★ by 8reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★ by skyelark1104 Best of the Partridge Shows! I was eagerly awaiting this one, as I collected the whole series and this was the final season. David's gorgeous, the comedy is wonderfully done and written and the music, if you. like myself love Partridge, was it's usual just "great". Just plain old FUN! Loved it! The only thing I really was disppointed with was, as the previous season, the the company putting out the DVD sets didn't have "jump to the music sequences". Those there terrific. And you knew what song was where in the series. Also, I think a bit too much was made of introducing Ricky Segall. Okay, he was cute, but why did he get top music billing before the other writers on most of the show end credits on about every show he sang on? And did he do a whole lot more later that he should be introduced fo much for this show? Ah well, still in all - this DVD - worth the great value. And lots of fun! 05/05/2009
Rated 4 out of 5★ by BornReader Blast from the Past I grew up with the Partridge Family and loved the show. This is a nice trip back in time for anybody who watched the show & loved the music. 06/28/2009
Rated 5 out of 5★ by llcshops Just wish Wal Mart had all seasons...we love the Partridge Family 01/13/2013
Rated 4 out of 5★ by Jakethedoggie Great to remember The days when TV was something your whole family could watch and not have to worry about what might come out of their mouths next. This is the final season, and not as good as the first 3 season it really is a great dvd set. Something your whole family could enjoy.The only thing I disliked about this season they introducted a child actor named Ricky, not sure why they added this little guy, as he is cute as a button but sings for about 10 episodes and the poor thing can't sing. But he is gone in about 8 or 9 episodes. 03/03/2009
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Jayceekay Great season Fun DVD for fans from the 70s or new fans---the whole family. This comedy series is very well written so the humor holds up surprisingly well. Once you get over laughing at the clothes, you really don't notice that it's the 70s and just enjoy the show, unlike other shows from that era such as the Brady Bunch. 03/16/2009