Chapter 1: Program Start
Chapter 2: Dante/Opening Credits
Chapter 3: Vilification
Chapter 4: Jay and Silent Bob
Chapter 5: Randal
Chapter 6: Syntax
Chapter 7: Vagary
Chapter 8: Purgation
Chapter 9: Malaise
Chapter 10: Harbinger
Chapter 11: Perspicacity
Chapter 19: Table Of Contents
Chapter 27: Theatrical Trailer
Feature Running Time: 92 Minutes
Supplemental Material: Approx. 25 Minutes
Kevin Smith's Commentary on the cut scenes (467K, WAV)
The Chewlie's Gum Rep's speech is extended about 5 minutes more than the theatrical version. Dante becomes slightly more defensive about being yelled at and the Gum Rep goes further into the Nazism accusation.
Chapter 20: Exerpt from Clerks/Chasing Amy : Two Screenplays
Dante and Veronica talk behind the counter after the cigarette fiasco but before the nail-painting scene. Veronica asks Dante why he was up so late the night before and then accuses him of talking to Caitlin, which he denies. Chapter 21: Exerpt from Clerks/Chasing Amy : Two Screenplays
In this scene, Randal is recommending 'Smokey and the Bandit III' to a customer. Dante stops in and asks Randal to cover for him while he calls the boss.
Chapter 22: Transcript
Silent Bob harrases Willam as he yells about being repressed. Shown after Dante yells at Jay for selling drugs in front of the store.
After Dante refuses Jay's offer to go to a party, Jay accuses him of being more of a crook than he is. In the video store next door, Veronica vents more after Randal tells her Dante doesn't love her anymore. There is also a second 'Navy Seals' Joke involving Walter Flanagan in a 5th role.
Chapter 24: Transcript, Dante, Jay and Silent Bob
Chapter 24: Transcript, Veronica and Randal
Extended fight scene footage which Kevin cut out because 'he was asleep for it'.
The famous alternate ending in which Dante gets shot in a robbery after Randal goes home. After the credits roll, there is a short P.S. showing Kevin walking into the store with a waistlong ponytail and ripping off a pack of smokes.
A minute and a half trailer for the movie made by Miramax. Kevin says that this is one of his favorite of all time.
The video for Soul Asylum's 'Can't Even Tell'. This was directed by Kevin Smith and the whole video features Randal and Dante playing hockey against Soul Asylum's band members. The video is "sung" by Jay and Silent Bob.
|Veronica attempts to comfort Dante after the
Chewlie's fiasco. This scene appeared right after Veronica shoots the
rowdy crowd with the fire extinguisher and before the scene shown in
the release version.
(1.5 Megs, 22 Seconds)
|Veronica asks Dante what he was doing up so late last
night and when he becomes defensive, she accuses him of being on the
phone with Caitlin. He denies this and then tries to
change the subject.
(2.1 Megs, 30 Seconds)
|Randal recommends 'Smokey and the Bandit III' to a
customer, but the customer is doubtful because Burt Renolds isn't in it.
Dante comes in and asks Randal if he can work behind the counter while he
makes a phone call. Originally shown right before the scene where Dante is
trying to reach his boss on the phone.
(1.3 Megs, 20 Seconds)
|This scene appeared right after Dante yells at Jay for selling in front
or the store. Scott Mosier as Willam Black scores in his finest acting moment as he
yells about being repressed.
(679K, 8.28 Seconds)
|This is the extended scene between Veronica and Randall where Randal
is telling her that Dante doesn't love her anymore. She vents a bit after
saying that 'she's not mad', and then leaves. Randal is then seen talking
to himself trying to absolve any guilt of what is about to happen. While
this is going on, a customer looks through movies.
(2.9 Megs, 43 Seconds)
|This scene was cut out of the speech between Dante and Jay and Silent
Bob after Jay asks Dante if he wanted to go with him to a party. After
Dante refuses because he's a drug dealer, Jay goes into a speech about
how Dante is more of a criminal than he is.
(3.0 Megs, 44 Seconds)
|This is the much talked about alternate ending to the film in which
Dante gets shot by a robber after Randal leaves the store. Kevin
wisely cut this scene out as it is very out of character for the film and
really has no purpose.
Kevin says that this scene was written because
independent movies, someone always gets killed in the end. I
didn't think anyone
would 'get' the movie because it didn't have any violence.'
(3.0 Megs, 1:28 minutes)
The Cut Clerks Ending (RealVideo)
|This short clip was shown after the credits rolled in
the original release. Kevin says that the person shown here is
neither Silent Bob, nor himself.
(900K, 22 Seconds)
|This is one of the two trailers for the movie. It was
made by the same guy at Miramax who did the Pulp Fiction trailers. Kevin
says in his audio commentary that this one is one of his favorite
trailers of all time.
(7.0 Megs, 1:37 minutes)
|Dave Pirner and Soul Asylum join the Clerks crew.
Besides the song Can't Even
Tell, we are also treated to another rooftop hockey game, with Soul
Asylum as the opponent. Jay and Silent Bob sing on this one. Kevin Smith
(17.9 Megs, 4:40 Minutes)