Will this be Completely uncut? Like the blurred scenes where the audience would react and such? Either way I'm glad this is being released on Blu-Ray.
My friend said it would most likely never come out. He also asked why would I buy it if all the vids he uses are online. I said why do you watch the show on tv? Because its like a stand up special. You want to watch the comedian make jokes.
Here's hoping it is completely uncut and if so have an option for the edited version for people who don't want to see it. I wonder if they had to pay royalties to get this on Blu-Ray/DVD.
Is it known what this acutally is? I assume with a running time of 20 minutes an episode, this was be 11 episodes of the regular Tosh.0 show. Season 1 was 16 episodes long. I cannot recall what season he wore hooded sweatshirts though.
Not sure what people at Comedy Central are thinking though, why would you not have cashed in on the most popular show on the network yet? Been waiting for an uncut Blu Ray release forever, will be nice to see it uncensored.
As far as the uncut goes. The episodes themselves have the audio UNCENSORED, but the video remains CENSORED. Things for instance, off the top of my head, like the Dave Attell and Bree Olson Beer Pong bit, where Bree Olson was naked, but on TV she was covered by a black box, in the episode, she is still covered by a black box. One of the bonus scenes however is the slightly less censored version of that bit (the same one that they put on the Tosh.0 website when the episode originally aired) where the nudity is just blurred out, instead of her entire body being covered by a black box.
There's another scene for instance, where he is trying to rally people to follow him on Twitter, and since "posting pictures of Demi Moore works for Ashton Kutcher", he puts an old nude picture of Demi Moore up on the screen. It is still just as pixelated as it originally was when the episode aired on Comedy Central. He makes the comment about "going to the Tosh.0 website to see it uncensored" though I'm unsure if extra's like that from past seasons will still be on there.
I've only watched the first three episodes, but that's how it is, as far as I can tell. The Bree Olson, and Demi Moore bits may have not been able to be shown uncensored. I'm not really sure how all that works. The Demi Moore photo I don't think they would have the right to distribute, without getting consent. And the Bree Olson bit had her fully nude, spreading her legs, etc, so I don't believe that would've been able to go on the DVD/Bluray completely uncensored. There could be parts in future episodes that are, but I haven't gotten through all 10 episodes yet, as I said.
There are 10 episodes on the disc, which seem to be around 20-21 minutes each. The first three I've watched so far, are the first three from Season 1. "Afro Ninja", "Miss South Carolina", and "News Puke Kid". This should be the first 10 episodes from Season 1 though, as that was when Tosh was wearing hoodies. Also, Season 1 had it's mid season break after Episode 10, so while there were 16 episodes total in Season 1, Episodes 11-16 didn't air until about 2 month's after the initial 10 episodes, and Tosh changed his outfit after the first 10 episodes. Just a note.
There is also about 11 additional bonus clips, that can range in length, from the ones I've watched, from around 30 seconds, to almost 2 minutes. There could be some longer/shorter ones that I have not watched yet...I don't expect the bonus clips to be much more than 10 minutes combined though.
I agree with you though, I've been waiting for this show to come out for a while. I'm so happy it came out on Blu-ray as well. Hopefully it'll sell well and the additional episodes will be released.
I don't know why they have 2.35:1 as the Aspect Ratio on the product page. It is not, 2.35:1, instead it is 1.77:1 (16:9), which is how it was originally broadcast on Comedy Central. I'm quite happy it wasn't delivered with an aspect ratio of 2.35:1 as that would add black bars on the top and bottom of 16:9 TV's, and VERY large black bars on the top and bottom on 4:3 TV's. So yes, the listing is wrong.