There are, rightly, a lot of complaints on this forum when studios use cut episodes on DVD releases rather than the original broadcast version. How do people feel, though, about the other extreme - when extended episodes are used on the DVDs. The classic example here is Friends - most of the episodes on DVD have anything up to 10 minutes extra footage in them, so the original broadcast versions are unavailable on DVD (unless you buy the R2 sets!). Is this the right thing to do, or should the extra footage be included as 'Deleted Scenes'? Personally, I think the extended episodes are a good thing, and I can't see the join where scenes have been added to the Friends episodes. Having just watched the superb deleted scenes on The Office (US) season 1 set, it would have been nice to be able to watch these scenes included in their rightful place within the episodes.