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8.07 National Treasure 4: Baby Franny: She's Doing Well: The Hole Story


  • TV Version
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Release: Nov 13, 2014 - Author: Muck47 - Translator: Tony Montana - external link: IMDB - more from this series
Compared are the TV Version and the DVD Version, the latter represented by the US DVD set "Volume 9"

3 differences, among them 1 scene with censored audio track and 2 scenes with alternate footage
No length difference

The US DVD set called "Volume 9" contains all episodes of season 8 - that is if one follows the segmentation according to which the first season consists of 23 episodes, like we do. There are other sites that list the episodes of "Volume 9" as season 9. Either way, the here compared DVD set contains the uncensored or extended episodes.

Episode 7 ("National Treasure 4: Baby Franny: She's Doing Well: The Hole Story") is not only a brilliant, entirely crazy contribution to the show but it also reveals some alterations for TV, even though there is no length difference. After the rather unspectacular choice of words for Stan's stool at the beginning, the scene with Klaus being raped at the end is more harmless in the TV Version.

As to the episodes without comparisons:

- Episode 5 "Why Can't We Be Friends?" only contains one scene with a censored audio track in the 9th minute of the TV Version: "I fucking love casserole."

- Episode 6 "Ad-Ventures in Hayleysitting" does not contain any differences on DVD.
Censored Audio Track

Stan's comment is new and more direct in the DVD Version.

TV Version: "I had to take a deuce."
DVD Version: "I had to take a duke."

Screenshot for the sake of orientation


When Francine surprises Henry in the living room while he intends to penetrate Klaus, the DVD Version is more graphic. Only in the DVD Version, he gets up from the floor with the bowl stuck to his wiener.

no difference

TV VersionDVD Version


When Henry removes the bowl and throws it at Francine, the DVD Version contains another angle resp. it reveals that it has been zoomed in on that for the TV Version. Moreover, only the TV Version cuts to Francine for a brief moment whie the DVD Version sticks with Henry.

no difference

TV VersionDVD Version