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(February 22, 2019)
The prototype 1995 VHS of Rack, Shack, and Benny was released on November 10, 1995. Like the first 500 copies of Where's God When I'm S-Scared?, it contains several differences from the final print of the episode, which was released four days later on November 14, 1995 by Everland Entertainment and Word Entertainment on VHS. Due to Big Idea revamping the designs of their VHS covers starting in 1995, this is the first episode to have a different VHS cover spine style (in contrast to those first three episodes), which would later be used for the VHS cover of A Very Silly Sing-Along!.
- Clips from Are You My Neighbor? added to theme song
- Bob's mouth is closed and his eyes blink when the opening countertop fades in
- Removed the sound effect of the spoon hitting the sink
- Sped up the first part of Bob's chuckle
- Removed truck sound effects in "Good Morning George"
- Rearranged vocals in "Good Morning George"
- Worker Pea's voice in "Good Morning George" lowered
- Sound effect of Benny spitting out his bunny removed
- Removed the sound effect where Nezzer opens the door when Rack, Shack, and Benny enter the office
- Added some percussion to the Bunny Song and "I Tried to Be Patient"
- When Rack, Shack, and Benny sing "Think of Me," the instrumental to said song plays.
- Added the alt. version of "Dance of the Cucumber"
- Rearranged the vocals in "Stand!"
- Added the "What Have We Learned" instrumental
- Used the "Soloist (Monophonic)" template for Larry's voice
- Removed the sax in the credits
- No "I'd like to get out now" after the credits