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The original version is twice as long as the TV version and subsequent DVD versions. I had seen the TV version first and thought that was pretty good. Then I discovered a rental release and got twice the laughs.


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I wondered that, I seem to remember a sketch on anold video I had about people "finding doors" on their street, but it wasn't on the dvd I just got

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Ah, Yes. It's only the way that Billy told it, that it was hilarious.

A guy out walking, takes home a door he finds on the street and replaces it with the door he has on his house. And then uses that door on the outside toilet.
Trouble is, the new house door still has the original name and number on it - which confuses the mailman, because he knows who is supposed to live there.
The door is on the steet in the first place, because according to Billy, fences are made out of the doors of the tenement buildings that are to be demolished.
As a final laugh to the end of the story, the guy finds one morning, that burglars had broken into his toilet. Get it? The name and number on the door!

I've never found the full version again after that. I transferred what I had to disk.

I don't know what is wrong with the world - but I know how to fix it.

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But I'll let Billy himself tell it.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=62RICZu9ZH0



I don't know what is wrong with the world - but I know how to fix it.

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