The Unrated version of teen-comedy-veteran Road Trip from the year 2000 pretty much turns out to be a bluff package. The line "The version you couldn't see in theatres" might promise a lot of new sleazy footage but what you get is basically two scenes that offer a bit more nudity which do not add anything of interest to the Theatrical version which received an R-Rating (for strong sexual content, crude humor, language and drug use) in the first place.
Comparison between the Theatrical version (R-Rated) and the Unrated version (both from DreamWorks Home Entertainment).
2 scenes, being
1 extended scene using alternative footage
1 additional scene
The Unrated version is 37.2 seconds longer than the Theatrical version.
Theatrical version/Unrated: 0:30:59: Both versions are similar in what is happening but it is clearly noticeable that two different takes of the scene have been shot. In the Unrated version the sex-talk is longer. Beth's fellow student says a little more in her line in the Unrated version. "All they care about, really, all they think about is sex, tits and ass."
Beth: "You're so right, I feel so used."
Fellow student 2: "Really, face it. We're all used. In most men's eyes we're just *flesh*. Sick!"
When her fellow students agree with her the camera zooms to their breasts instead of their faces.
Fellow student 1: "It is sick. Think about it, okay? If they had it their way, oh God, I don't even wanna know what happened if they had it their way, do you know, what I mean?"
Beth: "Yeah, I know what you mean, but what am I supposed to do now? He's gone."
When it is proposed that Beth should go to Boston to confront Josh and his girlfriend, there is another dialogue-extension.
Fellow student 1: "Face to face, you totally should. Okay, show her, what an asshole Josh is."
Only the Unrated footage is being pictured, here.
The Unrated version is 30.72 sec. longer
0:31:52: The Unrated version shows two more naked students. One of them is rubbing the other's back.