This disc features the ninteenth through twenty-second episodes of the series. The special feature on this disc is a Cowboy Bebop Session #0. Session #0 is a roughly half-hour Cowboy Bebop documentary. The documentary includes stats and information on the main characters, interviews with the animation front liners, the director, the series composer, and the voice actors for Ed, Jet, Spike, and Faye. Also included in the documentary is an "unaired TV episode digest" (which includes "Asteroid Blues," "Gateway Shuffle," "Ballad of Fallen Angels," and "Sympathy for the Devil"). A "music" video for the Cowboy Bebop theme song and a textless version of the ending credits are also included. Tacked on to the end of the documentary is a video for a remix of the Cowboy Bebop theme song (the remix was done by DJ FOOD). At the very end of the documentary, an "information" section is included (it lists the various DVDs, CDs, and video games available for Cowboy Bebop).
I have to say that this disc has one of the best special features included on the remix DVDs. The only real criticism I have to make on it is the fact that I really didn't care for DJ FOOD's remix of the Cowboy Bebop theme song. Outside of that, I have little to complain about.
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