The More I Know You

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The More I Know You [1]
Work In Progress
Original Broadcast Date
A. Lorey, Antony Becker, Grace Zabriskie
Real People, Improv Actors, 56 minutes
Preceded by: Performer
Followed by: Road To Hell

"I've always had very peculiar taste in men."

The More I Know You is a program Joe Frank produced as part of the series Work In Progress. It was originally broadcast in 1989.


A woman delivers a first person monologue:

  • Falling for outcasts. A relationship with a sophisticated, "eastern" 12 year old which continues into high school. He falls for someone else, and she is happy for him.
  • Going to school in Italy, meeting an anesthesiologist at a dance club. Feelings free to say anything in another language. The man goes nuts over a traffic incident, pulls a knife.

A woman offers a second person address to her violent ex:

  • thrown coffee, being threatened with an antique gun, getting married three weeks after meeting.
  • She caught you cheating, felt bad about being suspicious.

More second person monologues from several actresses:

  • A woman is furious that you've been stalking her, broken her window pane.
  • Another woman calls to you playfully from under the mistletoe.
  • Repeatedly addressing a sexual failing (impotence, presumably): she comforts you, praises sex without coitus, later becomes more angry and upset, is furious with you, sends you away.
  • A scene with sound effects: a woman complains about the way you brush you teeth in several different ways, becoming more angry each time.
  • "The more I know you. . . the more I despise you."
  • A woman admonishes you to pay attention.
  • "Don't you dare talk to me like that."


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

Additional credits

The original broadcast credits state: "With A. Lorey, Antony Becker, and Grace Zabriskie. Recorded by Eric Meyers and Bob Carlson, and mixed by Jeff Sykes."