|Somewhere Out There|
|Original Broadcast Date|
|Laura Estermann, Grace Zabriskie, Larry Block, Arthur Miller, Keith Talbot, Helen Wilson, Walica Fuller, Farley Ziegler, Heidi Nordberg, Harvey Perr, Phil Procter, Joe Frank|
|Absurd Monologue, Improv Actors, Sound Effects, Real People, 1 hour|
|Preceded by:||The O.J. Chronicles|
|Followed by:||Women Police Officers|
"None of us has escaped the injuries and indignities of growing up."
- Monologue: The problems with conventional therapy and benefits of phone therapy.
- Actors: Telephone therapy session.
- Monologuew/ sound effects: Audio Rorschach test.
- Actors: Joe as a telephone therapist in dialog with an actor.
- Monologue: fax therapy, the infinity of nothingness
- Real people: A delusional woman asks a telephone psychic and card reader if she has a future with someone she saw on an escalator. She's in a relationship with someone who calls her but has never said a word. Pain and suffering leads to youthful looks. Angels. A state trooper visits her house and touches objects to bring her pleasure. A relationship with someone who continually drives past her house.
- Real people: A gay man calls the psychic hot line with relationship trouble.
- Real people: a salesperson calls the psychic accidentally and gets into a conversation.
- Actors: Actors individual therapy session continues, without Joe's comments.
Shares first half hour with When I'm Calling You
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