Anvilicious: For the entire 1994-1996 series. Subverted from 1997 onwards.
Crowning Moment of Funny: The "And finally..." ending that was on episodes between 1994 to 2002, and some parts of the 2007 series (in particular the episode Under Surveillance, which featured helicopter footage of a half-naked man dressed as Satan trying to hide from police on the side of a sliproad).
Cult Classic: Fan demand for a DVD of the show has skyrocketed since the 2006 re-airings of the show, and numerous discussion abates on various TV-related sites.
Recently, the 2007 series has done this - the episode Deathwish Drivers has not one, but two edited versions - the first one having a crash sequence from the United States of America involving a Toyota Prius, whilst the second edited version that sequence is replaced by a chase of a stolen red car in Bedfordshire. Apparently, the two clips are together in the same episode, but the original version of Deathwish Drivers is considered a Missing Episode.
Also the same for the 2007 episode Less Lethal Weapons, although it should really be unedited and In Memoriam instead.
The 1994 episode Danger! Drivers Ahead has two edited versions; one full-length, the other is edited. Plus the original version, entitled Police Stop! which is considered a Missing Episode.
The 1995 episode Tales of the Unexpected has been edited from original version, with 4 - 6 clips of footage removed for some unexplained reason. However, these survive in the published version of the show.
The 1996 episode Road to Nowhere gets the end music changed - it is normally "The Magic Roundabout"'s theme tune but it gets changed to generic orchestra music for re-broadcasts
The 1997 episode Enough's Enough also gets re-edited, with footage cut out, and a different version of the end music (Martha and the Vandellas Nowhere to Run is replaced by a Cover Version.)
The 1997 episode A Lorry Load of Trouble has 4 pieces of footage cut out in re-airings.
The 1998 episode On The Buses (no relation to On the Buses the TV show) has 4 pieces of footage removed in recent repeats. No explanation is ever given for this, but fans of the show have noticed the re-edited episodes.
The 1998 episode The Unprotected has the very last bit of footage cut out before the end.
Growing the Beard: From the 1995 episode Tales of the Unexpected and Helicops. Seems to do this every series.
Internet Backdraft: Subverted. The show seems to get a fan campaign all of its own, although the only gripes are missing episodes and the notorious Edited for Syndication trope. It is mostly praise, apart from on some sites.
Some Anvils Need to Be Dropped: Some website and discussion sites were describing this show as "anvilicious" fairly recently about the episodes Safety Last (1995 episode), Tales of the Unexpected and Rust Buckets.