|The Other Side|
|Original Broadcast Date|
|November 12, 2000|
|Debi Mae West, Larry Block, David Rapkin, Joe Frank|
|Karma Style, Improv Actors, 55 minutes|
|Preceded by:||Karma Crash|
When I'm away from home, I repeatedly check my answering machine with my cell phone to see if she's called.
- Joe imagines stalking an ex.
- Program is cut with readings of T. S. Eliot's "Portrait of a Lady", "Ash Wednesday", "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock"
- Larry Block talks about death.
- Discussing philosophy with crazy preacher character, Jesus stopped by traffic patrol.
- Debi Mae West talks about a Halloween party.
- Joe talks about following an ex into church, travels with her forever.
- Preacher character recites koans then spirals into nonsense.
- Larry discusses alternatives to suicide, stealing a kayak and paddling up the Hudson river, boat fantasies.
- Debi's further party adventures.
- Further Poetry reading.
- Debi chants for world peace, talks talks about her cancer misdiagnosis as a miracle.
- Joe imagines watching a film of his ex's life.
- "What Does Your Soul Look Like (Part 2)" - DJ Shadow (from Preemptive Strike, 1997) | YouTube [Intro]
- "No More My Lord" - Jimpson (from Prison Songs • Historical Recordings From Parchman Farm 1947-48 • Volume One: Murderous Home, 1997) | YouTube [51:58]
The original broadcast credits state: "With Debi Mae West, Larry Block, David Rapkin, and Joe Frank. Poetry by T. S. Eliot. Production by JC Swiatek and Bob Carlson. Music consultant: Thomas Golubić. Production assistance: Esmé Gregson."