PG-13 | | Comedy
That's not the friggin' Christmas Star, Gris... Its the light at the sewerage treatment plant.
Clark: Sewer gas!... NO DON'T LIGHT THAT!
Clark says he has 25,000 lights on his house. These are the old-fashioned bulbs that draw 7 watts each; thus, Clark would be drawing 175,000 watts of power, or 175 kilowatt (kW) continuous draw, far more than can be delivered to a single-family dwelling using the U.S. standard 120/240-volt electrical system. Therefore, Clark's main breaker would have instantly tripped the second he would have plugged in all the lights at once, not counting the lights on his Christmas tree and everything else electrical in his house.
"THE END" is lit up in Christmas lights. One of the bulbs pops, making the lit up "THE END" go dark.
$11,700,000 (USA) (3 December 1989)
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