Next up is a three minute blooper reel, as unfunny as the film, except Faris and the toothpaste part.
There are six deleted/alternate scenes, playable individually or all together with or without audio commentary from Kumble, Davis and Bender. Two of the scenes have behind-the-scenes featurettes branching off from them, also includes an alternative (original) ending plus a cameo from Alanis Morrissette.
Next up are a series of featurette with such titles as 'tales from the friend zone' or 'directors guide to comedy', each are watchable individually or all together for a considerable run time of nearly an hour. Essentially a 'making of' with aspects covered including filming, re-shoots and makeup.
Finally there is a mock video for the 'Jamie Smiles' song.
Rounding up the disc is the near obligatory trailers for this and other releases form New Line.
I can find very little to recommend about the film, I found it beyond boring. As a DVD set New Line have put together a fairly decent package, a good picture is not enough to out shine a poor soundtrack, but the extras are plentiful and informative.
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