|Somewhere Out There|
|Original Broadcast Date|
|Absurd Monolog, 60 minutes|
|Preceded by:||Joe Frank Live - Women Police Officers|
|Followed by:||A Call In The Night (Remix)|
There was a time when I looked in the mirror - and I could see nothing
Pathology is a program Joe Frank produced as part of the series Somewhere Out There. It is all material from previous programs.
Joe is an invisible bank teller, discussing the end of a relationship with god, counting the cobblestones in a restaurant, looking at the moon from a cemetery in war, teeth chattering and seizure fantasy in the first person. Joe is in a mental hospital on a ship with a mad psychiatrist who declares the ship a sovereign nation and declares war on New Zealand. An absurd attempt to climb K2. Pyrobenzamine, side effects, and the doctor who kills his male lover assistant at a medical conference, goes to prison, and tries to escape by mailing himself. Flying into the Lima airport in a plane which lost an engine. Joe falls for a woman at an anthropological dig, remembers his childhood.
- "Infrarouge" - The Mighty Bop (from La Vague Sensorielle, 1995) | YouTube [Intro]
- "The Lower We Fly" - Outside (from The Rough and the Smooth, 1995) | YouTube [16:35]
- "Buried At Sea" - MC 900 Ft Jesus (from One Step Ahead of the Spider, 1994) | YouTube [25:56]
- This program is not available at joefrank.com.