- If you played the Pacifist Run of Paradise Lost, after defeating the Bitch, she'll break down and apologize for her constant abuse of the Postal Dude over the years, confessing her love and begging him to take her back. Postal Dude's response? "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a shit." Cue the Bitch sobbing loudly and throwing a temper tantrum.
- The "Central Park" theme becomes this in Redux mixed with Nightmare Fuel.
- What it makes the theme a little more depressing than the original version from the 1997 game is the full sample of "Is That The Door?" by Zero-G used throughout the entire track. Also, it was used for the "Ice" track from Silent Hill: Shattered Memories, "Max's Nightmare" from Max Payne and "Radio" from Half-Life 2.
- The "Parade of Disasters". It changes back to Nightmare Fuel in Redux, which becomes alot more echo-ish and incredibly disturbing as the "Rocket" launching noise is even more intense than the original.
- The "War Journal" from the original POSTAL. It shows up as the original diary entries of the game and have been integrated into the HD remake. Unlike the normal entries, the journal portrays the Postal Dude as a Tragic Anti-Hero on a crusade against the "madness plague" (regarding the hostiles killing everyone during gameplay) rather than a bloodthirsty mass murderer. According to the Dude himself, he claimed that he doesn't enjoy violence, seeing it as Necessary Evil. However, in the ending, it was revealed that the Postal Dude was, in fact, insane all along.
- Albeit a Meta example: The Real Life Champ (pictured above), which was Vince Desi's pet Pitbull Terrier, passed away after an eight-month battle with cancer in May 23rd, 2011. As the result, Akella's spin-off III briefly featured a tribute for the Postal Dude's best friend. Thankfully, that doesn't stop him from appearing in later titles including Paradise Lost DLC for 2.
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