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National Lampoon's Vacation


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2.18 The One Where Dr. Ramoray Dies


  • TV Version
  • Extended Version
Release: Mar 07, 2014 - Author: Muck47 - Translator: DaxRider123 - external link: IMDB - more from this series
This is a comparison between the TV Version and the Extended Version.

5 differences, 2 of them wit alternate footage
Difference: 35 sec

The Blu-ray release only contains the TV versions of the episodes, as was the case with the first season. Those who know the DVD releases from the USA or Great Britain will surely miss the extended versions which can be found on these DVDs.

Episodee 2x18 (The One Where Dr. Ramoray Dies) offers roughly half a minute of new footage. Mostly it's additional scenes from Joey's TV show during the first few seconds of the episode and that's about it. Not too much of importance.
Alternate Scene

Right the first shot of the TV is different. Additionally, the Extended Version starts a little earlier: They talk about the meaning of the show.

At first you see the Show on TV.
Amber: "It's not fair! It's my money!"
Dr. Ramoray: "I know. But it's what Brad wanted."
Phoebe: "Ok, which one is she?"
Rachel: "Uh, thatís Brad's widow."
Phoebe: "Oh, why she so upset?"
Rachel: "Because she just found out she was cut out of the will."
Phoebe: "Ugh, doesn't she know you can't define yourself in terms of money? That it's about values and morals, and your ability to give and receive love."
Rachel: "No!"

Extended Version 23.5 sec longer

TV VersionExtended Version

Alternate Shot

A shot of the TV is shown from a little futher away in the Extended Version. The TV Version instead uses a closer shot as in the scenes before.

No difference in time.

TV VersionExtended Version


After the opening credits there's a fade to black. Not so in the Extended Version, where you see an additional exterior shot.
Extended Version 1.3 sec longer


Chandler tries to finish his ciritcal "he is a little bit..." with something more positive when Eddie enters the room: "Or, uh, you know, a little bit rock and roll?"

The TV Version shows the following shot of Chandler slightly earlier (not illustrated below).

Extended Version 4.7 sec longer


Black screen indicating the commercial break in the TV Version.

+ 0.7 sec


Right before they start playinf rock/paper/scissords over the last condom, Rachel says something in the Extended Version: "Ok, you know what, you know what? We are both adults here. Right? There's got to be a mature way to handle this."

6.3 sec