An Office Space with only eight deleted scenes? Okay, not so ungenerous just a letdown for us cultists who harbored the fantasy that maybe, àla Spi¨al Tap, there was a three-hour rough cut floating around. The comic gold comes fast well, medium-paced and furious in Mike Judge's first live-action feature, which should go further than any other artifact toward explaining the white man's burden to our puzzled descendants. Curiously for a pic in which even tiny performances are gems, it only really made a star of the red Swingline, a mythical item until Space's initial DVD's popularity forced such a stapler into existence. EXTRAS Outtakes include two different fates for Gary Cole's ultimate passive-aggressive boss. Fresh interviews revisit all the leads except Aniston and you know you wonder what Stephen Root, who played unknowingly unemployed Milton, really looks like. Maddeningly, Judge's old ''Milton'' 'toons aren't here; SNL probably wouldn't grant rights, but it still gives us a case of the Mondays. Thanks to studio shortsightedness, the DVD-ROM content plays only on PCs, though we'd prefer to think that's a clever in-joke about Mac users' frustration in a Windows-only office.