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When a bonus episode is included with the DVD release of a series, beyond simple BonusMaterial.

With many recent anime series being TwelveEpisodeAnime, creators will sometimes add an entirely new 13th episode which may or may not fall into any strict continuity with the rest of the series -- in effect, an intentional MissingEpisode.

Timing these after true finale episodes can seem awkward, even more so when they use the non-broadcasted aspect to up the FanService noticeably.

If the 13th episode is part of the original showing instead of a bonus, the group is called a ''Cour'' (french for 'a run').

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!!Examples:

[[AC:{{Anime}} and {{Manga}}]]
* The [=DVD=] release of ''Anime/ParallelTroubleAdventureDual'' has an extra episode tacked onto the end that partially undoes some of the events of the show's GrandFinale.
* The final three episodes of ''Manga/DNA2'' never actually aired on television; they have only been part of the full continuity since the original video release.
* Although it wasn't a TwelveEpisodeAnime, the final episode of ''Anime/ExcelSaga'' (Episode 26: "Going Too Far!") was submitted to air on TV. True to the parody nature of the preceding 25 episodes, #26 was a parody of gimmicky, shock-value final episodes; in addition to content that could have never aired in its timeslot, the episode also runs exactly one minute longer than normal. It was added to the Japanese and overseas [=DVD=] releases because it'd never get past the censors (which was the whole point).
* The ''Anime/UtaKata'' non-television episode gave some added conclusion to the end of the series, though it was still unfulfilling in some respects.
* ''Anime/PleaseTeacher'''s bonus episode references two characters' "new" physical relation, despite previous implication.
* The ''Anime/DotHackSign'' platinum edition [=DVDs=] included additional episodes, including {{Recap Episode}}s, a skit that isn't {{canon}}, an episode about Mimiru's past, and a {{crossover}} episode entitled "Unison" that takes place after the video games, where both anime and video game characters meet.
** When ''.Hack aired'' in Canada, these were shown on television after the regular storyline concluded.
* ''Anime/GalaxyAngel'' used them, causing a bit of confusion in season one because the previous episode had the Angels [[NoFourthWall state]] that it was the last.
* ''Manga/KashimashiGirlMeetsGirl'' - bonus episode that completely turned the tables on the conclusion of the twelfth episode.
** Although it is foreshadowed in the ending credits of episode 12.
* ''VisualNovel/OtomeWaBokuNiKoishiteru'' features a 13th episode in which the now-chibified cast act out the play '{{Tsundere}}lla'.
* The DVD edition of ''Manga/ElfenLied'' features a 14th episode. [[spoiler:In this episode, the viewer can see how Lucy was caught.]]
* ''VisualNovel/{{Higurashi}}'' came with Nekogoroshi-hen (Cat Killing Chapter), a single episode scenario based on a light novel.
* Though it is a manga, rather than an anime, ''Manga/PrettyFace'' took this to extremes in its final bonus issue. The dramatic climax had come and gone, and even though this opened up one previously absent (but vital) character to the possibility of epilogue development, it still managed to locate the epilogue at a [[HotSpringsEpisode Hot Spring]]. This was used to display nude females in unprecedented numbers, whereas previously there had been very little uncensored nudity (despite plenty of other types of semi-harmless [[FanService Fan Service]]).
* ''Anime/{{Kamichu}}'' has ''four'' bonus episodes. Yes.
* ''Anime/{{Sola}}'' was already thirteen episodes, but it still got two bonus episodes. Only one was fanservicey. The other was set before the first episode of the broadcast.
* ''LightNovel/{{Baccano}}'' is another thirteen episode series. It got three DVD-only episodes that, due to [[AnachronicOrder the nature of the series]], retroactively fit into the story.
* The ''Anime/CowboyBebop'' movie could be considered to be a two-hour long bonus episode, as it takes place within the continuity of the series despite being made after the series had ended.
* ''Anime/NanakaSixSeventeen'' has a bonus episode that doubles as a DayInTheLimelight, as it focuses almost entirely on secondary character Amemiya rather than either of the main characters.
* The fourteenth episode of ''Manga/HidamariSketch [[OddlyNamedSequel X365]]'' is a DVD-only release.
* Not a TwelveEpisodeAnime example, but the first season of ''VisualNovel/{{Clannad}}'' gave us [[EnsembleDarkhorse Tomoyo's]] OVA, her route in animated form.
** ''~After Story~'' gave us Kyou's OVA.
* ''LightNovel/SpiceAndWolf'' had the 7th episode as a DVD-only release, which explains where Holo got her second outfit seen throughout the rest of the series.
* ''Manga/KOn'' gave us episode 14 in the final Blu-ray. It followed the girls New Year's Eve, but with an new twist not in the manga; They performed at a local Live Show. After all that was done, the episode shifted back to following the Manga at the end.
* ''Anime/SoRaNoWoTo'' has two episodes exclusive to the [=DVDs=]. One of them involves the underage cast being UnsuspectinglySoused.
* ''Anime/AngelBeats'' will have additional episode included in 7th Blu-ray release.
* ''LightNovel/{{Durarara}}'' gets two extra chapters available only on DVD. One of them is episode 12.5, which features a wacky mix of red bags (and Mikado's group in a pretty ridiculous situation); while chapter 25 includes a full battle between Izaya and Shizuo. (Mikado and Anri end up in a pretty awkward situation, and Celty is chased once again by the cops.)
* ''Anime/TheIdolmaster'' - The ''Live For You'' OVA came bundled with the ''Live For You'' version of the game.
* ''Anime/GreenGreen'' had a 13th episode that upped the sexual content to straight-up hentai. This episode was not licensed for the dub.
* ''VisualNovel/{{Shuffle}} Memories'' came with an unrelated 13th episode that put the main cast in the World of Gods on a fishing trip.
* ''Franchise/{{Jewelpet}} Twinkle'''s 53rd episode is a 28 minute long OVA with new opening and ending sequences which is included in the Blu-ray box set release of the series. It's centered around the adaptation of a character, previously residing in Jewel Land, to the human world, and so it's less humorous and more of a character study than most other examples on this list.

[[AC:LiveActionTelevision]]
* The [=DVD=] of ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' included 3 episodes that were not aired, making the grand total 14.
* The first season of ''{{Dollhouse}}'' was originally signed to thirteen episodes for the broadcast run as well as the DVD set. However, this included the pilot episode, which {{FOX}} decided was too confusing and didn't get into the action quickly enough, and so they didn't run it. Therefore, the episode count for the broadcast run was reduced to 12. However, delivering just twelve episodes would violate the contract they had with the company putting out the [=DVDs=], so a stand-alone thirteenth episode was created strictly for the DVD. As a result, the DVD set will have fourteen episodes: the twelve episodes broadcast, the stand-alone thirteenth, and the original unaired pilot.
* Both the ''FreaksAndGeeks'' and ''{{Undeclared}}'' DVD sets contained unaired episodes.
* Several Creator/DisneyChannel sitcoms have episodes that premiered on DVD, then aired on TV at least a few weeks later.
* The [=DVD=] of ''Series/{{Wonderfalls}}'' mostly consisted of unaired episodes as the series was cancelled after only four broadcasts.
* ''Series/DoctorWho'': Since 2010, [=DVD=] and Blu-ray "complete season" releases of the series have included at least two direct-to-video "mini-episodes" or "minisodes" in addition to any that might have been broadcast or circulated online.

[[AC:WesternAnimation]]
* The last episode of ''GeneratorRex'' aired was "Rock My World", which doesn't really have anything to do with the overall plot and just happened to be aired out of order. However, it seems that the producers realized it would be the very last episode instead of "End Game" and threw in an AnimationBump, AwesomeMusic original to that episode, some light {{Fanservice}} by bringing back Holiday's little sister, and crafted the plot to be just 22 minutes of [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome Rex being awesome]] to let the series end on a high note.
* Western example: The makers of ''TomGoesToTheMayor'' consider the 30th episode to be like a bonus episode, as both episode 29, which ends with Tom curled into the fetal position on the Mayor's floor, and episode 30, which ends with Tom and the Mayor soaring off into the skies on a motor scooter, are both fitting ends to the series in their own way.
* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' put a "lost episode" as an extra for the DVD movie. It explained a secondary season 5 villain and was half as long as a normal episode so they couldn't put it on the air.
** This episode was also available earlier online, if you had a special code from a cereal box.
* The sole season of the animated cult series ''{{Downtown}}'' was eventually released on a two-disc set by the creators. The DVD included the "bonus" Halloween episode, which never got aired during the original run - but was shown in various non-US countries when it ran in syndication.
* The complete set of ''DrKatzProfessionalTherapist'' gives us three episodes that were unaired in the U.S.

* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' complete series DVD set has the never-seen-in-the-United-States episode "See Me, Feel Me, Gnomey."
* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' and ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' each have some episodes that premiered on DVD, then aired on TV at least a few weeks later. Notably, Disney seemed to consider the unaired episode included on the first ''Kim Possible'' DVD ("Partners") the main feature, and the already-aired episodes extras.
* ''WesternAnimation/AvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' has an episode, "Powerless!", that came directly to DVD in America and Canada. {{Netflix}} also made it available to stream.

[[AC:WebOriginal]]
* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' frequently does this in their DVD's.
* Website/ThatGuyWithTheGlasses (Read: Everything done by Creator/DougWalker ''alongside'' him as the WebVideo/NostalgiaCritic) has several of all of his series / skits on his DVD's.
** Likewise his ChannelAwesome Colleagues WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob and [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]]. For Linkara it even provides with an OriginsEpisode in regards to his Magic Gun.
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[[quoteright:350:[[WesternAnimation/KimPossible http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/KPdvd_7440.jpg]]]]

When a bonus episode is included with the DVD release of a series, beyond simple BonusMaterial.

With many recent anime series being TwelveEpisodeAnime, creators will sometimes add an entirely new 13th episode which may or may not fall into any strict continuity with the rest of the series -- in effect, an intentional MissingEpisode.

Timing these after true finale episodes can seem awkward, even more so when they use the non-broadcasted aspect to up the FanService noticeably.

If the 13th episode is part of the original showing instead of a bonus, the group is called a ''Cour'' (french for 'a run').

----
!!Examples:

[[AC:{{Anime}} and {{Manga}}]]
* The [=DVD=] release of ''Anime/ParallelTroubleAdventureDual'' has an extra episode tacked onto the end that partially undoes some of the events of the show's GrandFinale.
* The final three episodes of ''Manga/DNA2'' never actually aired on television; they have only been part of the full continuity since the original video release.
* Although it wasn't a TwelveEpisodeAnime, the final episode of ''Anime/ExcelSaga'' (Episode 26: "Going Too Far!") was submitted to air on TV. True to the parody nature of the preceding 25 episodes, #26 was a parody of gimmicky, shock-value final episodes; in addition to content that could have never aired in its timeslot, the episode also runs exactly one minute longer than normal. It was added to the Japanese and overseas [=DVD=] releases because it'd never get past the censors (which was the whole point).
* The ''Anime/UtaKata'' non-television episode gave some added conclusion to the end of the series, though it was still unfulfilling in some respects.
* ''Anime/PleaseTeacher'''s bonus episode references two characters' "new" physical relation, despite previous implication.
* The ''Anime/DotHackSign'' platinum edition [=DVDs=] included additional episodes, including {{Recap Episode}}s, a skit that isn't {{canon}}, an episode about Mimiru's past, and a {{crossover}} episode entitled "Unison" that takes place after the video games, where both anime and video game characters meet.
** When ''.Hack aired'' in Canada, these were shown on television after the regular storyline concluded.
* ''Anime/GalaxyAngel'' used them, causing a bit of confusion in season one because the previous episode had the Angels [[NoFourthWall state]] that it was the last.
* ''Manga/KashimashiGirlMeetsGirl'' - bonus episode that completely turned the tables on the conclusion of the twelfth episode.
** Although it is foreshadowed in the ending credits of episode 12.
* ''VisualNovel/OtomeWaBokuNiKoishiteru'' features a 13th episode in which the now-chibified cast act out the play '{{Tsundere}}lla'.
* The DVD edition of ''Manga/ElfenLied'' features a 14th episode. [[spoiler:In this episode, the viewer can see how Lucy was caught.]]
* ''VisualNovel/{{Higurashi}}'' came with Nekogoroshi-hen (Cat Killing Chapter), a single episode scenario based on a light novel.
* Though it is a manga, rather than an anime, ''Manga/PrettyFace'' took this to extremes in its final bonus issue. The dramatic climax had come and gone, and even though this opened up one previously absent (but vital) character to the possibility of epilogue development, it still managed to locate the epilogue at a [[HotSpringsEpisode Hot Spring]]. This was used to display nude females in unprecedented numbers, whereas previously there had been very little uncensored nudity (despite plenty of other types of semi-harmless [[FanService Fan Service]]).
* ''Anime/{{Kamichu}}'' has ''four'' bonus episodes. Yes.
* ''Anime/{{Sola}}'' was already thirteen episodes, but it still got two bonus episodes. Only one was fanservicey. The other was set before the first episode of the broadcast.
* ''LightNovel/{{Baccano}}'' is another thirteen episode series. It got three DVD-only episodes that, due to [[AnachronicOrder the nature of the series]], retroactively fit into the story.
* The ''Anime/CowboyBebop'' movie could be considered to be a two-hour long bonus episode, as it takes place within the continuity of the series despite being made after the series had ended.
* ''Anime/NanakaSixSeventeen'' has a bonus episode that doubles as a DayInTheLimelight, as it focuses almost entirely on secondary character Amemiya rather than either of the main characters.
* The fourteenth episode of ''Manga/HidamariSketch [[OddlyNamedSequel X365]]'' is a DVD-only release.
* Not a TwelveEpisodeAnime example, but the first season of ''VisualNovel/{{Clannad}}'' gave us [[EnsembleDarkhorse Tomoyo's]] OVA, her route in animated form.
** ''~After Story~'' gave us Kyou's OVA.
* ''LightNovel/SpiceAndWolf'' had the 7th episode as a DVD-only release, which explains where Holo got her second outfit seen throughout the rest of the series.
* ''Manga/KOn'' gave us episode 14 in the final Blu-ray. It followed the girls New Year's Eve, but with an new twist not in the manga; They performed at a local Live Show. After all that was done, the episode shifted back to following the Manga at the end.
* ''Anime/SoRaNoWoTo'' has two episodes exclusive to the [=DVDs=]. One of them involves the underage cast being UnsuspectinglySoused.
* ''Anime/AngelBeats'' will have additional episode included in 7th Blu-ray release.
* ''LightNovel/{{Durarara}}'' gets two extra chapters available only on DVD. One of them is episode 12.5, which features a wacky mix of red bags (and Mikado's group in a pretty ridiculous situation); while chapter 25 includes a full battle between Izaya and Shizuo. (Mikado and Anri end up in a pretty awkward situation, and Celty is chased once again by the cops.)
* ''Anime/TheIdolmaster'' - The ''Live For You'' OVA came bundled with the ''Live For You'' version of the game.
* ''Anime/GreenGreen'' had a 13th episode that upped the sexual content to straight-up hentai. This episode was not licensed for the dub.
* ''VisualNovel/{{Shuffle}} Memories'' came with an unrelated 13th episode that put the main cast in the World of Gods on a fishing trip.
* ''Franchise/{{Jewelpet}} Twinkle'''s 53rd episode is a 28 minute long OVA with new opening and ending sequences which is included in the Blu-ray box set release of the series. It's centered around the adaptation of a character, previously residing in Jewel Land, to the human world, and so it's less humorous and more of a character study than most other examples on this list.

[[AC:LiveActionTelevision]]
* The [=DVD=] of ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' included 3 episodes that were not aired, making the grand total 14.
* The first season of ''{{Dollhouse}}'' was originally signed to thirteen episodes for the broadcast run as well as the DVD set. However, this included the pilot episode, which {{FOX}} decided was too confusing and didn't get into the action quickly enough, and so they didn't run it. Therefore, the episode count for the broadcast run was reduced to 12. However, delivering just twelve episodes would violate the contract they had with the company putting out the [=DVDs=], so a stand-alone thirteenth episode was created strictly for the DVD. As a result, the DVD set will have fourteen episodes: the twelve episodes broadcast, the stand-alone thirteenth, and the original unaired pilot.
* Both the ''FreaksAndGeeks'' and ''{{Undeclared}}'' DVD sets contained unaired episodes.
* Several Creator/DisneyChannel sitcoms have episodes that premiered on DVD, then aired on TV at least a few weeks later.
* The [=DVD=] of ''Series/{{Wonderfalls}}'' mostly consisted of unaired episodes as the series was cancelled after only four broadcasts.
* ''Series/DoctorWho'': Since 2010, [=DVD=] and Blu-ray "complete season" releases of the series have included at least two direct-to-video "mini-episodes" or "minisodes" in addition to any that might have been broadcast or circulated online.

[[AC:WesternAnimation]]
* The last episode of ''GeneratorRex'' aired was "Rock My World", which doesn't really have anything to do with the overall plot and just happened to be aired out of order. However, it seems that the producers realized it would be the very last episode instead of "End Game" and threw in an AnimationBump, AwesomeMusic original to that episode, some light {{Fanservice}} by bringing back Holiday's little sister, and crafted the plot to be just 22 minutes of [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome Rex being awesome]] to let the series end on a high note.
* Western example: The makers of ''TomGoesToTheMayor'' consider the 30th episode to be like a bonus episode, as both episode 29, which ends with Tom curled into the fetal position on the Mayor's floor, and episode 30, which ends with Tom and the Mayor soaring off into the skies on a motor scooter, are both fitting ends to the series in their own way.
* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' put a "lost episode" as an extra for the DVD movie. It explained a secondary season 5 villain and was half as long as a normal episode so they couldn't put it on the air.
** This episode was also available earlier online, if you had a special code from a cereal box.
* The sole season of the animated cult series ''{{Downtown}}'' was eventually released on a two-disc set by the creators. The DVD included the "bonus" Halloween episode, which never got aired during the original run - but was shown in various non-US countries when it ran in syndication.
* The complete set of ''DrKatzProfessionalTherapist'' gives us three episodes that were unaired in the U.S.

* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' complete series DVD set has the never-seen-in-the-United-States episode "See Me, Feel Me, Gnomey."
* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' and ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' each have some episodes that premiered on DVD, then aired on TV at least a few weeks later. Notably, Disney seemed to consider the unaired episode included on the first ''Kim Possible'' DVD ("Partners") the main feature, and the already-aired episodes extras.
* ''WesternAnimation/AvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' has an episode, "Powerless!", that came directly to DVD in America and Canada. {{Netflix}} also made it available to stream.

[[AC:WebOriginal]]
* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' frequently does this in their DVD's.
* Website/ThatGuyWithTheGlasses (Read: Everything done by Creator/DougWalker ''alongside'' him as the WebVideo/NostalgiaCritic) has several of all of his series / skits on his DVD's.
** Likewise his ChannelAwesome Colleagues WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob and [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]]. For Linkara it even provides with an OriginsEpisode in regards to his Magic Gun.
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[[ProductPlacement Hey, buy the]] TVTropes DVD now! You'll get [[BlatantLies 25 new, never before seen tropes]]!
Available in stores now!
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13th Feb '14 4:18:21 PM wootzits
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* The [=DVD=] release of ''ParallelTroubleAdventureDual'' has an extra episode tacked onto the end that partially undoes some of the events of the show's GrandFinale.

to:

* The [=DVD=] release of ''ParallelTroubleAdventureDual'' ''Anime/ParallelTroubleAdventureDual'' has an extra episode tacked onto the end that partially undoes some of the events of the show's GrandFinale.



* The ''UtaKata'' non-television episode gave some added conclusion to the end of the series, though it was still unfulfilling in some respects.

to:

* The ''UtaKata'' ''Anime/UtaKata'' non-television episode gave some added conclusion to the end of the series, though it was still unfulfilling in some respects.



** When .Hack aired in Canada, these were shown on television after the regular storyline concluded.

to:

** When .When ''.Hack aired aired'' in Canada, these were shown on television after the regular storyline concluded.



* ''KashimashiGirlMeetsGirl'' - Bonus episode that completely turned the tables on the conclusion of the twelfth episode.

to:

* ''KashimashiGirlMeetsGirl'' ''Manga/KashimashiGirlMeetsGirl'' - Bonus bonus episode that completely turned the tables on the conclusion of the twelfth episode.



* ''OtomeWaBokuNiKoishiteru'' features a 13th episode in which the now-chibified cast act out the play '{{Tsundere}}lla'.

to:

* ''OtomeWaBokuNiKoishiteru'' ''VisualNovel/OtomeWaBokuNiKoishiteru'' features a 13th episode in which the now-chibified cast act out the play '{{Tsundere}}lla'.



* ''{{Higurashi}}'' came with Nekogoroshi-hen (Cat Killing Chapter), a single episode scenario based on a light novel.
* Though it is a manga, rather than an anime, ''PrettyFace'' took this to extremes in its final bonus issue. The dramatic climax had come and gone, and even though this opened up one previously absent (but vital) character to the possibility of epilogue development, it still managed to locate the epilogue at a [[HotSpringsEpisode Hot Spring]]. This was used to display nude females in unprecedented numbers, whereas previously there had been very little uncensored nudity (despite plenty of other types of semi-harmless [[FanService Fan Service]]).
* ''{{Kamichu}}'' has ''four'' bonus episodes. Yes.
* ''{{Sola}}'' was already thirteen episodes, but it still got two bonus episodes. Only one was fanservicey. The other was set before the first episode of the broadcast.

to:

* ''{{Higurashi}}'' ''VisualNovel/{{Higurashi}}'' came with Nekogoroshi-hen (Cat Killing Chapter), a single episode scenario based on a light novel.
* Though it is a manga, rather than an anime, ''PrettyFace'' ''Manga/PrettyFace'' took this to extremes in its final bonus issue. The dramatic climax had come and gone, and even though this opened up one previously absent (but vital) character to the possibility of epilogue development, it still managed to locate the epilogue at a [[HotSpringsEpisode Hot Spring]]. This was used to display nude females in unprecedented numbers, whereas previously there had been very little uncensored nudity (despite plenty of other types of semi-harmless [[FanService Fan Service]]).
* ''{{Kamichu}}'' ''Anime/{{Kamichu}}'' has ''four'' bonus episodes. Yes.
* ''{{Sola}}'' ''Anime/{{Sola}}'' was already thirteen episodes, but it still got two bonus episodes. Only one was fanservicey. The other was set before the first episode of the broadcast.



* ''NanakaSixSeventeen'' has a bonus episode that doubles as a DayInTheLimelight, as it focuses almost entirely on secondary character Amemiya rather than either of the main characters.
* The fourteenth episode of ''HidamariSketch [[OddlyNamedSequel X365]]'' is a DVD-only release.

to:

* ''NanakaSixSeventeen'' ''Anime/NanakaSixSeventeen'' has a bonus episode that doubles as a DayInTheLimelight, as it focuses almost entirely on secondary character Amemiya rather than either of the main characters.
* The fourteenth episode of ''HidamariSketch ''Manga/HidamariSketch [[OddlyNamedSequel X365]]'' is a DVD-only release.



* ''SpiceAndWolf'' had the 7th episode as a DVD-only release, which explains where Holo got her second outfit seen throughout the rest of the series.
* ''{{K-ON}}! ''gave us Episode 14 in the final Blu-ray. It followed the girls New Year's Eve, but with an new twist not in the manga; They performed at a local Live Show. After all that was done, the episode shifted back to following the Manga at the end.
* ''SoRaNoWoTo'' has two episodes exclusive to the [=DVDs=]. One of them involves the underage cast being UnsuspectinglySoused.

to:

* ''SpiceAndWolf'' ''LightNovel/SpiceAndWolf'' had the 7th episode as a DVD-only release, which explains where Holo got her second outfit seen throughout the rest of the series.
* ''{{K-ON}}! ''gave ''Manga/KOn'' gave us Episode episode 14 in the final Blu-ray. It followed the girls New Year's Eve, but with an new twist not in the manga; They performed at a local Live Show. After all that was done, the episode shifted back to following the Manga at the end.
* ''SoRaNoWoTo'' ''Anime/SoRaNoWoTo'' has two episodes exclusive to the [=DVDs=]. One of them involves the underage cast being UnsuspectinglySoused.



* ''{{Durarara}}'' gets two extra chapters available only on DVD. One of them is episode 12.5, which features a wacky mix of red bags (and Mikado's group in a pretty ridiculous situation); while chapter 25 includes a full battle between Izaya and Shizuo. (Mikado and Anri end up in a pretty awkward situation, and Celty is chased once again by the cops.)

to:

* ''{{Durarara}}'' ''LightNovel/{{Durarara}}'' gets two extra chapters available only on DVD. One of them is episode 12.5, which features a wacky mix of red bags (and Mikado's group in a pretty ridiculous situation); while chapter 25 includes a full battle between Izaya and Shizuo. (Mikado and Anri end up in a pretty awkward situation, and Celty is chased once again by the cops.)



* ''{{Shuffle}} Memories'' came with an unrelated 13th episode that put the main cast in the World of Gods on a fishing trip.

to:

* ''{{Shuffle}} ''VisualNovel/{{Shuffle}} Memories'' came with an unrelated 13th episode that put the main cast in the World of Gods on a fishing trip.
* ''Franchise/{{Jewelpet}} Twinkle'''s 53rd episode is a 28 minute long OVA with new opening and ending sequences which is included in the Blu-ray box set release of the series. It's centered around the adaptation of a character, previously residing in Jewel Land, to the human world, and so it's less humorous and more of a character study than most other examples on this list.
13th Jan '14 3:12:07 PM nombretomado
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* The ''DotHackSign'' platinum edition [=DVDs=] included additional episodes, including {{Recap Episode}}s, a skit that isn't {{canon}}, an episode about Mimiru's past, and a {{crossover}} episode entitled "Unison" that takes place after the video games, where both anime and video game characters meet.

to:

* The ''DotHackSign'' ''Anime/DotHackSign'' platinum edition [=DVDs=] included additional episodes, including {{Recap Episode}}s, a skit that isn't {{canon}}, an episode about Mimiru's past, and a {{crossover}} episode entitled "Unison" that takes place after the video games, where both anime and video game characters meet.
2nd Jan '14 1:58:20 PM LongLiveHumour
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* DoctorWho: Since 2010, [=DVD=] and Blu-ray "complete season" releases of the series have included at least two direct-to-video "mini-episodes" or "minisodes" in addition to any that might have been broadcast or circulated online.

to:

* DoctorWho: ''Series/DoctorWho'': Since 2010, [=DVD=] and Blu-ray "complete season" releases of the series have included at least two direct-to-video "mini-episodes" or "minisodes" in addition to any that might have been broadcast or circulated online.
13th Dec '13 3:46:15 PM 23skidoo
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* The [=DVD=] of ''Series/{{Wonderfalls}}'' mostly consisted of unaired episodes as the series was cancelled after only four broadcasts.
* DoctorWho: Since 2010, [=DVD=] and Blu-ray "complete season" releases of the series have included at least two direct-to-video "mini-episodes" or "minisodes" in addition to any that might have been broadcast or circulated online.
12th Nov '13 6:21:32 PM genisgone
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* ThatGuyWithTheGlasses (Read: Everything done by DougWalker ''alongside'' him as the NostalgiaCritic) has several of all of his series / skits on his DVD's.
** Likewise his ChannelAwesome Colleagues TheCinemaSnob and [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]]. For Linkara it even provides with an OriginsEpisode in regards to his Magic Gun.

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* ThatGuyWithTheGlasses Website/ThatGuyWithTheGlasses (Read: Everything done by DougWalker Creator/DougWalker ''alongside'' him as the NostalgiaCritic) WebVideo/NostalgiaCritic) has several of all of his series / skits on his DVD's.
** Likewise his ChannelAwesome Colleagues TheCinemaSnob WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob and [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]]. For Linkara it even provides with an OriginsEpisode in regards to his Magic Gun.
19th Oct '13 8:53:22 PM nombretomado
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** Likewise his ChannelAwesome Colleagues TheCinemaSnob and [[AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]]. For Linkara it even provides with an OriginsEpisode in regards to his Magic Gun.

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** Likewise his ChannelAwesome Colleagues TheCinemaSnob and [[AtopTheFourthWall [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]]. For Linkara it even provides with an OriginsEpisode in regards to his Magic Gun.
29th Aug '13 4:31:15 PM Heartlesswithaheart
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* ''{{Shuffle}} Memories'' came with an unrelated 13th episode that put the main cast in the World of Gods on a fishing trip.
18th Aug '13 8:04:25 AM Dutchtica
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18th Aug '13 8:03:28 AM Dutchtica
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* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' frequently does this in their DVD's.

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* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' frequently does this in their DVD's.



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* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' frequently does this in their DVD's.
* ThatGuyWithTheGlasses (Read: Everything done by DougWalker ''alongside'' him as the NostalgiaCritic) has several of all of his series / skits on his DVD's.
** Likewise his ChannelAwesome Colleagues TheCinemaSnob and [[AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]]. For Linkara it even provides with an OriginsEpisode in regards to his Magic Gun.
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