Rejected has since aired without incident on the Cartoon Network in other countries as well as on other international television networks, but has to date never been broadcast on American television. The scene mentioned in the episode is the scene with the "fluffy guys" in which one announces that his "anus is bleeding. Rejected returned to movie theaters in as part of the Sundance Institute's 25th anniversary "Art House Project", a special screening series of Sundance films for local audiences nationwide. Rejected was one of 5 shorts and 25 features from Sundance's history selected as "essential" and representative of the spirit of the Sundance Film Festival.
The film returned to theaters in — as part of the Evening with Don Hertzfeldt screening series. Ever since its original theatrical run, the film has been a very popular target for Internet bootlegs, and in Bitter Films released a limited edition DVD "single" to give fans a proper alternative.
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Hertzfeldt has stated on the Bitter Films website that his concern with bootlegs has always been over quality control issues, and never a financial one. In , Rejected was remastered and restored in high definition for inclusion on the DVD, "Bitter Films Volume 1", a compilation of Don Hertzfeldt's short films from — Special features on this DVD relating to Rejected include a new text commentary by Hertzfeldt via closed-caption boxes , footage from the abandoned cartoon "the Spanky the Bear Show" that later evolved into a central scene in the film, original pencil tests, the audio commentary, and dozens of pages devoted to Hertzfeldt's original sketches, storyboards, notes, and deleted ideas from the film.
A second deleted scene from Rejected was only released on the DVD "single".
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