Sunday Morning Service

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The Sunday Morning Service[1]
Series
The Other Side
Original Broadcast Date
December 10, 2000
Cast
Debi Mae West, Larry Block, Maude Gaines, Kelly Kidneigh, Joe Frank
Format
Karma Style, 52 minutes
Preceded by: Bitter Pill
Followed by: Caged Heart

"When I first started talking to him, every time we'd start to say a sentence it was like."

The Sunday Morning Service is a program Joe Frank produced as part of the series The Other Side. It was originally broadcast on December 10, 2000.

Synopsis

  • A woman talks about experiencing a deep but asexual connection with a French guy, being frustrated.
  • Larry - He befriends a Russian woman in his building, and she confronts him about having overheard his family fighting and then stops talking to him.
  • Woman - Watching attractive women. The French man discussed earlier was actually a woman. Trying to jump off a balcony at a party.
  • Larry and Joe - Joe meets a woman who looks like Jessica Lange at a museum. She describes being kissed by a young stranger, demonstrates the kiss to Joe. (Larry asks about being kissed by a gay man.) Joe dates her but is intimidated by her height. She describes a fantasy about sex with a policeman. Joe borrows a friend's police costume and goes to her apartment. He asks Larry to finish the story.
  • Woman - Trying to use a fake French accent to buy beer without ID.
  • Two women record an exploration of Joe's house. Cockteases. They discuss a party Joe did not attend. A woman discuses a competition to bed her, ends up breaking up a lesbian relationship. Making love to women. A genital shaped bed. Blow jobs. Begging Joe to change his dinner plans. An Ex gives a blow job to his roommate.
  • Larry - Joe tells him he's not being recorded. He meets the Russian woman in an elevator, tells her what she overheard was his rehearsal. She invites him in, they have sex. "I'm pretty sure this happened."
  • Two women - a first lesbian experience, missing a penis. They recall dancing with confetti in Joe's show at the Viper room. Moving to Utah and forming a polygamous marriage.
  • Woman - Speaking in French.

Music

Additional credits

  • Production by JC Swiatek and Bob Carlson
  • Production assistance Esmé Gregson