Ace Ventura: Pet Detective TV version Deleted-Extended Scenes are scenes that aren't shown in theaters, videos, DVD, and Blu-Ray.
TV version deleted-extended scenes
The reporters want to see Snowflake until Ace comically comes up with an excuse for them to leave.
Ace stops at a gas station to ask for directions to the pigskin sports bar.
Ace goes to the pigskin sports bar. The people at the bar picks a fight with Ace when Ace is asking about Finkle. They tell him where Finkle's parents are. Ace saw Finkle's home vandalized after losing the Super Bowl. '1 Point.'
Melissa's hotheaded and dimwitted boss blames her for letting Dan Marino's kidnapping even though it wasn't Melissa's responsibility in the first place.
Ace calls Emilio from the mental hospital and an elderly resident imitates him. Ace finds out that Lois didn't tell anyone about Ray Finkle. The police are not looking for Ray. Ace convinces Emilio to check out Lois for clues. Suddenly, Melissa and the doctor saw Ace on the phone. Ace pretends to be insane and he tells them that his agent called.
Ace takes Melissa home after they leave the mental hospital and she kisses him goodnight.
Ace visits his hippie friend named Woodstock again and tries find out a connection between Einhorn and Finkle looking at their credit report. Finkle's record is gone making it look like Finkle never existed. Then later, Ace gets up on stage with the band Cannibal Corpse during the concert and sings while running away from two thugs that kidnapped Marino.
Snowflake takes the gun from Finkle when Finkle tried to shoot Snowflake. Ace tries to get Snowflake to give the gun to him; however, Snowflake gives the gun back to Finkle.
It is reported that Ace and Sexy Woman would have had more scenes together in Pet Detective, as they would be implied to have sex later on. A screenshot of the scene can be found on her page.
There was supposed to be a scene after Ace crashed his car while chasing Dan Marino's kidnappers. The white pigeon landed on his car, he got it singing "I got the white pi-geon! I got the white pi-geon". Then, in a parody of The Birds (1963), he is surrounded by birds that started tearing him apart. Then he wakes up with a big "whew." It was removed from the finished film since it was too dark.
The giant hook Ace used to knock out two of Einhorn's henchmen was originally supposed to knock their heads off, the filmmakers decided to quickly cut away so they'd survive instead.