Release: Dec 28, 2015 - Author: Muck47 - Translator: Tony Montana - external link: IMDB - more from this series
Comparison between the TV Version and the Extended Version.
9 differences, among of them 3 with alternate footage
Length difference: 55.6 sec
All Blu-ray releases of this cult series unfortunately only contain the TV-Version of all of the episodes. Viewers who already know the Extended Versions from the DVD boxes will miss the additional footage.
Episode 3x19 (The One With the Tiny T-Shirt) is almost one minute longer. Here, too, basically a few nice additional moments with Chandler with makes the Extended Version worthwhile.
Rachel keeps explaining the shopping comment: "I got a positive balance on my credit card and I want to use it up before Citibank goes under."
Mark: "Good idea, good idea..."
In the Extended Version, the shot simply goes on while a different take has been used in the TV Version.
Extended Version 6.4 sec longer
Black screen after the opening in the TV Version.
+ 1.3 sec
Monica makes fun of Pete's predicted progress with the voice recognition resp. he speaks with assumed grandma voice: "Oh, wow. Would it be able to recognize my voice if I talked like this?"
Pete: "Oh, yeah. It'll understand you, but it's gonna make fun of you."
More picture information on the Blu-ray.
Monica speaks more detailed about her relationship problems: "(Either they’re too old, or they’re too young), or they're a big misogynist jerk like Julio. Who, by the way, I'm still attracted to."
TV Version longer
Associated with the previous extension, two shots are insignificantly longer in the TV Version because the TV Version had not maade it to Monica's comment in brackets yet.
+ 2 sec
Black screen due to a commercial break in the TV Version. As comensation, the Extended Version contains an additional exterior shot.
Extended Version 1.6 sec longer
Ross also says: "Look, this guy is bad news, Chandler. I can sense he's an operator."
Chandler: "Rachel wouldn't date an operator. They only make 20 grand a year and they have to work nights."
Ross gives him the evil eye. Then he tries to come up with a reason to go to her.
In the TV Version, Ross and Chandler remain in that weird position a little longer.
In the Extended Version, Chandler gets off him and says: "Is it me, or did subletting my peephole sound kind of dirty?"
Ross thinks about it.
Extended Version 10.5 sec longer
Phoebe also asks: "Okay, I have a friend, Jimmy Tupperman, what would his powers be?"
Chandler has to think about it for a brief moment: "Tupper Man! He would keep criminals fresh until the police came."