Fans of this modern-day Bill and Ted-style film will delight in this DVD edition from 20th Century-Fox. Offering a raucous commentary and a smattering of notable extras, this is a substantial packaging for a rather unsubstantial movie. The picture is a solid 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen transfer that effectively highlights the day-glo colors of the film's more garish locales. There's little use of sound here, but the Dolby Digital 5.1 format occasionally gets a chance to shine. As for extras, the viewers get a commentary track from director Danny Leiner and stars Ashton Kutcher and Seann William Scott. The track is certainly worth a listen, if only for the fact that the trio appears to be completely intoxicated. They trade anecdotes and observations about the filming, in speech that becomes increasingly slurred as the film progresses. It's definitely a change from the standard commentaries usually offered on DVD. Also included are a handful of extended scenes. While none of these are truly riotous, they're occasionally amusing. Additionally, the DVD includes a trailer and three TV spots, a promotional featurette, and a music video from the film's soundtrack. Those who love the type of moronic humor Dude, Where's My Car? showcases will certainly find much to recommend this DVD. All others will only find more of what kept them away in the first place.