Don't Know Mind

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Don't Know Mind[1]
The Other Side
Original Broadcast Date
Joe Frank, Larry Block, Gregory Poe, David Rapkin, Victoria, Henry D, Jack Kornfield
Karma Style, 1 hour
Preceded by: What Do Women Want?
Followed by: The Future

"There came a point where I wanted to leave my apartment."

Don't Know Mind is the name of a program Joe Frank produced as part of the series The Other Side. It was originally broadcast on June 17, 2001.


  • Larry Block: Lost keys.
  • David: Lost items, including his wife. Measuring life by what is taken from us.
  • Joe: His lost father: wanting to dig him up and hold him.
  • Gregory: Inherits an archive of stars' dental x-rays. His female bodybuilder friend.
  • Jack: Change. He sings an old pali buddhist chant.
  • Larry: Parallels between Van Gogh and himself. He discusses a fictional "actors' chapel" with Joe. Auditioning for Neil Simon.
  • Jack: "Let go" as a mantra. Humorous letter to an insurance company.
  • Guy: Seeing, then meeting a beautiful German girl on the street who married her former stepfather. They form a relationship. She goes nuts with jealosy.
  • Jack: An old man plants an almond tree. "Don't know" mind, openness.
  • Larry: Discussion about the fictional "actors' chapel" they improvised earlier. Larry doesn't want to come across as overly attached. Arguments emerge about Larry's stipend from Joe. They discuss their non-relationship. Joe's fed up, doesn't want to do the show anymore. A heated discussion. As the tape runs out, Joe reminds Larry he doesn't want to talk after it ends.
  • Guy: Unknowingly walking around with an imprint of a book on his face.
  • Larry: On the nature of true "acting", as opposed to what this show is. He contemplates upgrading from Dewars to Chivas Regal.


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I must admit I didn't get much out of this one. I started drifting out hearing the guy talk about the girl who married her stepfather. But arguments between Larry and Joe are generally interesting, and this one was no exception.

The Other Side

Always | Angina Dialogues, The | Anthology Of Love (Remix) | At Last | At The Border (Remix) | At The Dark End Of The Bar | At The Dark End Of The Bar (Remix) | Bad Karma | Bitter Pill | Black Hole (Remix) | Box, The | Brothers | Caged Heart | Cave Dreamer | Clement at Christmas | Don't Know Mind | Dreamland: A Compilation | Emptiness | Endings | Evening Sky | Fire and Ice | Four Part Dissonance | Future, The | Higher Learning | Holy Land | In the Dark (remix) | Insomnia | Jam | Karma (Part 1) | Karma (Part 2) | Karma (Part 3) | Karma (Part 4) | Karma (Part 5) | Karma (Part 6) | Karma (Part 7) | Karma Crash | Karma Don't Deny Me | Karma For Dollars | Karma Memories | Karma Redux | Love Is | Love Prisoner | Lover Man | Margarita | Men of the Cloth | Mercy | Mystery | Nature of Things, The | No Angel | On the Edge (remix) | Pledge Drive 2000-01-29 | Pledge Drive Rough Cuts | Pledge Drive, 2000-08-06 | Plerophory Of Pain | Predator | Prison Songs | Red Sea (a compilation) | Silent Sea | Small World Karma | Stoner | Summer Hill | Sunday Morning Service | Terminal | Two Women (Remix) | Waiting For Karma | Waiting For The Bell | What Do Women Want? | Where Will It End? | Windows | Wire, The | Woman And Bull In Paint Factory | Zen