Hit Man

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Hit Man[1]
In The Dark
Original Broadcast Date
Grace Zabriskie, Ryan Cutrona, Larry Block, Joe Frank
Absurd Monologue, Scripted Actors, Improv Actors, 30 minutes
Preceded by: The Cruise
Followed by: A Natural Disaster

"I'm basically enormously tired all the time."

Hit Man is the name of a program Joe Frank produced as part of the series In The Dark. It was originally broadcast in 1994.


Joe is hit-man who talks about past jobs. He is hired to kill his friend. A woman down the hall complains about her diabetic symptoms, talks about having been a jazz singer, and then sings in a hoarse, spastic voice. Joe coaches an actor in building a sad revelation and asks for a story about "someone younger." Larry Block talks about a financial problem, asks if he is being taped, then talks about playing a diabetic patient for a medical school training program. What is a right to life?

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