In The Middle Of Nowhere (Part 1)

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In The Middle Of Nowhere (Part 1)[1]
Work In Progress
Original Broadcast Date
Tim Jerome, Larry Block, Arthur Miller, Nick Ullett, Ryan Cutrona
Scripted Actors, 60 minutes
Preceded by: Rent A Family (Part 3)
Followed by: In The Middle Of Nowhere (Part 2)

"Oh oh God, oh my arm!"

In The Middle Of Nowhere (Part 1) is a program Joe Frank produced as part of the series Work In Progress. It was originally broadcast in 1987.

Cast of characters


  • A prospector is hit by an ambulance, taken on a long circuitous route toward a hospital, and is eventually thrown off a cliff by the driver.
  • Bud, a traveling religious item salesman on his way to Paradise talks with a local in a road house: portable confessionals, the middle of nowhere, mysteries of the universe, seers, comparing a map with a hand.
  • Ray, the ambulance driver talks to a therapist or religious-leader about having lost his way: "I don't have a name, I don't have a place of birth. . ."


Additional credits

The original broadcast credits state: "With Tim Jerome, Nick Ullett, Arthur Miller, Larry Block, and Ryan Cutrona. It was recorded by Jess Plumley at Westrax Studios in New York City, and mixed by Tom Strother. The music was by Sonic Images."