Wilder and Wallace are brothers and pyrokinetics. Ever since childhood they've been able to start fires with their minds but following a tragedy in which they accidentally killed a man, the... See full summary »
Your World As I See It, doesn' t seem like a movie, or even a TV-length episode presented in any sort of continuum. Instead, it seems like a compilation of short, discrete skits that probably originated from some type of variety show.
Each skit is preceded by a black screen and a title and ends with Astor Clemons (a highly sophisticated blue-blood also played by Jim Varney) saying "and that's your world as I see it." This repetition occurs every 45 seconds and can affect your will to focus on the thing; however, some of the sketches are quite funny and the phrase "this is your world as I see it" actually adds to the humor of the skits at times.
Astor Clemons obtuse, snobbishness contrasts with Ernest's light-hearted ignorance to produce some very funny (albeit short) sequences.
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