Soul Mate (Remix)

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Soul Mate[1]
Somewhere Out There
Original Broadcast Date
Laura Esterman, Fionnula Flanagan, Joe Frank
Telephone,Serious Monologue, 59 minutes
Preceded by: Black Light
Followed by: Fat Man Down

"Can you believe that I had to wear my brother's hand me down jacket?"

Soul Mate (Remix) is a program Joe Frank produced as part of the series Somewhere Out There. It was originally broadcast on May 17, 1997.


A woman (Laura Esterman) talks about being disappointed with men who are either wimps or jerks, preferring the company of dogs, women, and gay friends, enjoying being alone. Monologue by an actress with an Irish accent (Fionnula Flanagan) in the second person: She has found racy magazines in her dormer's room. She accidentally read his journal, found it was about her. She admits to having feelings for him. She sings Misty, is greeted with applause and thanks the band. The woman from the start of the program, an ex-lover, leaves a long answering machine message combining angry accusations with a desperate party invitation. The Irish singer calls her Agent to complain about her hotel, the venues she plays, and they argue. An actress delivers a second person address: "you're the most beautiful man I've ever met," true love. Answering machine message continued: she burns a photo, sets her sofa on fire, threatens suicide, says, "I know you're my soul mate."


This is an incomplete record of the music in this program. If you can add more information, please do.

Shared material


  • The answering machine message background music includes the strange funk piece with a high pitched voice-over from a previous program.

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