AN OCCUPIED PORT-A-POTTY FLOATS AWAY,
ON ABC'S "JUST FOR LAUGHS"
"Episode 111" � On the next episode of "Just for Laughs," TUESDAY, JANUARY 15 (8:30-9:00 p.m., ET), an occupied port-a-potty floats away; a paramedic tests the reflexes of a man strapped to a gurney by "hitting" him with a bat; a patch of grass lurks up behind bystanders sitting on a bench; a "gorilla" tries to escape from a large crate; an elderly lady walks around with a "knife" in her back; and two men dressed in biohazard suits accidentally spill a barrel full of "hazardous" material into a public pool, sending swimmers scurrying out of the water. (Rebroadcast-OAD: 8/28/07)
Rick Miller hosts.
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