I have received both volumes of Bizarre and am halfway through Vol. 1, which features 10 uncensored episodes from the first 2 seasons. I do not remember it well enough to know if these are cut-up or not; they seem to be complete judging by the running time which is 20-22 minutes. Almost every episode features a Super Dave stunt which are almost always hysterical, particularly the one with Simba the Elephant at the Super Dave training camp. The other sketches are hit and miss, not to mention tame by today's raunchier Howard Stern-type standards. Overall, it's still great fun, and John Byner remains an appealing and funny host. The quality of the discs is good. Picture looks a little fuzzy, probably because it was a product of 80's videotape, but the DVD authors have managed to make it look as good as possible. Menus are great-in addition to episode menus, they also have sketch menus so you can go straight to whatever you want. One minor quibble: they have cut the end credits of each episode and replaced it with a simple and short tag. There is an overall credits section on the disc for the people who worked on the show. For those of you wondering how I got my discs, I ordered them from one of the Amazon vendors. They took a little while to get to me, but I attribute that to the holiday mail slowdown, despite the expedited shipping I requested. These discs are definitely worth the $14.99 price. There are 3 more volumes scheduled to be released, which should complete the series if they continue to do 10-episode volumes. It's definitely a good one to own, although many of the sketches haven't aged well. For those of you like me who remember it on Showtime in the early 80s when you were a t*t-obsessed teenager, it won't disappoint!