The irony of "bad movies having more cool stuff than is completely obligatory on video" thing continues with The Three Stooges' special features. Here, we get an assortment of deleted/extended scenes; several featurettes wherein the cast and crew discuss the making of the film (and try to reason its existence), the most interesting of which shows us the restoration of the sound effects used in the film; a pointless "Mash-Up" medley of slapstick scenes; a screen test; and, finally, a trailer. Way too much for such a terrible movie, in my opinion. But, c'est la vie, I guess.
In conclusion: The Three Stooges is more yuck-yuck-yuck than nyuk-nyuk-nyuk. Actually, it's kind of scary to note that awful made-for-TV biopic Mel Gibson produced in 2000 was more appealing than this mess. Frankly, I'd rather strip my clothes off and jump onto a rusty and worn bicycle without a seat after scarfing down several deep-fried iced beverages than watch this piece of rubbish again.