Bitter Pill

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Bitter Pill[1]
The Other Side
Original Broadcast Date
December 3, 2000
Joe Frank, Larry Block, Maude Gaines
Serious Monologue, Absurd Monologue, Telephone, Singing, 1 hour
Preceded by: Brothers
Followed by: Sunday Morning Service

"If I could write something it would be about, uh you know, equating one's mother to a sun."

Bitter Pill is the name of a program Joe Frank produced as part of the series The Other Side. It was originally broadcast on December 3, 2000.


Larry Block: a celebration for his mother's 80th birthday, run away bunny, comparing country clubs.

Monologue: high school buddy "Danny" the musician and his depressed daughter, Joe Having children, children are terrorists and vampires.

Woman (Maud Gains): The ideal future and having children, bad sex, therapy.

Old tapes: pop songs, woman singing "I remember you"


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