- Three volumes of The Best Bits Of The Late Show were released on VHS, along with standalone compilations of Bargearse and The Olden Days.
- In 2001, the ABC released a DVD entitled The Best Bits Of The Late Show: Champagne Edition, a double disc set collecting all three "Best Bits" volumes, as well as an additional hour of footage and a number of easter eggs. The DVD also featured a commentary track hosted by Tony Martin, but involving the entire cast and several special guests.
- The Olden Days and Bargearse were released together on a double-feature DVD on 15 August 2007. The DVD also contains several excerpts and sketches from The Late Show in the form of special features as well as commentary tracks by Tony Martin & Santo Cilauro. Additionally, there are another 17 excerpts hidden in the DVD menus.
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