I have a question that's been bugging me for a long time now about Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining". When I first saw the film, on A&E about 10 or so years ago, I could swear it contained the following line (or something similar to it) right after Wendy found Jack's "play" he'd been working on: JACK: Do you like it? I was having trouble thinking of a title. I was thinking "All Work and No Play Makes Jack A Dull Boy....." I loved Jack's delivery of that particular line and it stuck in my head. There's even a Simpsons "Treehouse of Horror" episode that references it: HOMER: I was thinking....."All Work and No Play make Homer something somthing"...... MARGE: Go crazy? HOMER: Don't mind if I do!!! However, when I rented the original DVD way back when, it did not contain the line in question. I purchased the "digitally restored and remastered" version a couple years ago, and it also omits that line. The version they show on TV nowdays, which presumably now uses a newer master, also no longer has that line. In fact, I think the only time I've EVER heard it was on that very first TV viewing. So......is my mind just playing tricks on me? Is that Simpsons episode screwing with my head, or was that line ever actually in the movie?? If so, I hope it is restored for the new Special Edition that's supposed to be coming out.