Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me is presented in its original 2.35:1 aspect ratio, already a step ahead of the original. The full-length screen-specific audio commentary continues along the lines of the first film's disc, with director Jay Roach and Mike Myers joined by co-writer Michael McCullers. The track is adequate and the participants joke around enough to keep it appealing. The 25-minute behind-the-scenes documentary consists mostly of cast and crew interviews and on-set footage. The 21 deleted scenes have some humorous improvisational moments but all seem worthy of their cutting-room-floor status. Three music videos by Madonna, Lenny Kravitz, and Mel B are also included, as well as all of the film's worthwhile trailers and extensive DVD-ROM features. Finally, a "hidden" Dr. Evil menu appears on the special features menu after a few minutes. The best selection here is a parody of A&E Biography called "The Dr. Evil Story" that features interviews and recollections with the entire cast in character and has plenty of laughs. Links to Dr. Evil's musical numbers and "Classic Evil Schemes Gone Awry" are also a part of the hidden menu. Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me keeps in the tradition of the original film's DVD by offering a good amount of extras presented in the same quirky and humorous style as the movies.