I found it interesting to learn that the Ten Commandments are not really ten at all. According to Wikipedia, there are 14 or 15 commandments (which would explain this clip).
It would seem that different denominations have decided to create their own version of the Ten Commandments which doesn't hold well to the idea that these Commandments are absolutes, as Christians try so hard to portray.
My favourite is the 'Thou Shall Not Kill" or "Thou Shall Not Murder". It turns out that Catholics prefer 'Kill' and Lutherans, 'Murder'. So, which is it?
Killing and murder are not the same thing. It's a matter of intention. Let's say I'm driving my car and I swerve to avoid a deer. As a result, I go into the opposing lane, crash into an oncoming car, and kill the driver. I have now killed and go to Catholic Hell, or do I go to Lutheran Heaven? It's all so confusing.