To keep the home video pages out of war, the same thing that I've told John about these leftovers can be found by looking into the disc especially the other Muppet DVDs you own. So those things where the DVD has content that was stored, but never used in the final product should be noted that way others know interesting things that were cut from the release.
What I was trying to put there was the two silent menus (one for the correct answer and the other for the wrong one) were used as placeholders for navigation to the next question after answering one, but can't be viewed when that gets entered which was necessary to be noted incase they later get removed or re-used on re-issues.
Sometimes when they release DVDs like that, they leave something they forgot to remove before releasing even when there's no way the viewer can reach that menu not even an easter egg or couldn't blank it out and instead made it the cell's placeholder for another purpose.
I'm afraid we really don't track menu filler and placeholders. That's the kind of thing you can list on your user page if you really want to, but it doesn't help our articles. It will just continue to be removed if you keep adding it (just like we don't track packaging barcode numbers or other things which might be true but don't really fit our purpose).