@TheAncientOne said in Why does FunimationNow term Home Video Releases Version "Uncut"?:
"Home video version" takes up more space on button labels or drop-down menus. There may also be some people that don't really understand the differences between a home video and simulcast/simuldub version. "Uncut" conveys the essential meaning for most series, which is "without broadcast censorship" (even if the series didn't require any).
Speaking of censorship, sometimes the home video version has what could be termed "reverse censorship". I noticed when making a comment over on CR on a episode of Hand Shakers and viewing the scene again in question to see if there were any relevant differences in the dub and sub, I noted they had "spiced up" that specific scene a bit for the home video release.
And what episode of Handshakers are you talking about, and what scene? What are the differences between the simudub and Un-cut in that episode?