The shallow comedy "School for Scoundrels" tells the story of a typical loser who hopes to get professional help from a date-pro. In the USA the movie was released in 2 different versions: the unrated version mostly offers extended scenes and a few more curse words than the PG-13 version. For more details have a look at the following report.
PG-13: 96:33 min. NTSC (not including credits)
Unrated: 103:10 min. NTSC (not including credits)
Overall, the PG-13 version misses out on 6 minutes and 37 seconds of footage.
After a frustrating day of work Roger returns home when his flame Amanda and her friend Becky return from a game of tennis. They all get into the elevator and Roger tries to break the ice with some smalltalk. Unfortunately, he fails since Becky makes fun of him. Roger is intimidated and quickly gets out of the elevator.
1 min. 5 sec.
Dr. P introduces himself to the participants. The PG-13 version misses out on that sequence.
Roger is not quite shure if he should continue to participate in Dr. P's lessons. Thus, he visits his friend Ian who put him into contact with Dr. P to ask his advice. In the end, Ian is able to convince Roger to continue with the lessons.
1 min. 50 sec.
After their paintball lesson in the forest the seminar participants go home.
1 min. 9 sec.
Minor auditory censorship.
No difference in time!
A missing curse word.
Dr. P's observation begins.
They speak out at the airport.
Lonnie briefs Lesher about their future actions.