Brüno—yet another alter-ego for funnyman Sacha Baron Cohen—had a mission to become “the most famous Austrian since Hitler.” Brüno’s fame even didn’t even eclipse that of Cohen’s Borat after the box-office receipts were tallied, but it sure was fun watching the flamboyant fashionista storm America and make homophobes show their true colors—usually bright red. Universal is bringing Brüno to DVD and Blu-ray on November 17 with an hour of exclusive footage and deleted scenes not shown in theaters. We’re hoping this material includes the one with Brüno interviewing La Toya “I’m going to get to the bottom of this” Jackson that was cut just before release due to brother Michael Jackson’s sudden death. Other extras include an enhanced commentary with Cohen and director Larry Charles featuring in-depth stories from selected scenes (with video on the BD), an interview with Brüno’s real Hollywood agent, Lloyd Robinson, plus BD-Live connectivity. It sounds like a reason to pop some corn and commit carbicide while watching, but Ich desire a Blu Borat to go along with a Blu Brüno. Danke.