Top

In the Middle of Nowhere – 2

From: $8.99


Clear selection

Bud, the Bible salesman, strikes up a friendship with Charlayne, the stripper, and tells two conflicting stories about his father’s death; Ray, the bartender, hires a band and sings to Charlayne; Ray and Ryder, the ambulance driver, settle their differences at the bar’s pool table; Ryder attempts to seduce Charlayne in Bud’s presence during a night spent in a motel.

  • Series: Work in Progress
  • Show Type: Comedy
  • Cast: Tim Jerome, Larry Block, Arthur Miller, Laura Estermann, and Ryan Cutrona
  • Air Date: 1987
  • Digital Audio Bit Rate: 128kbps

 

Category: .
5.00 out of 5

2 reviews for In the Middle of Nowhere – 2

  1. 5 out of 5

    :

    This was the episode that made me a lifelong Joe Frank fan. It features some of the greatest ensemble performers in show history including my two personal favorites, Larry Block and Tim Jerome. And it features two of the most hysterical bits — when Ray the bartender can’t get his back-up orchestra to play “For Once in My Life” quite to his satisfaction and when he plays pool with the arrogant ambulance driver. I loved it so much I couldn’t wait to order Parts 1 and 3 from KCRW. It’s got an unbelievable blend of humor and pathos. If this doesn’t make you a Joe Frank fan, there’s something seriously wrong with you. Buy it, download it and listen. Actually, listen to In the Middle of Nowhere Parts 1 through 3 in order. I converted my original cassette recordings to mp3s and I still listen to them 30 years later. If I could give it 6 stars, I would.

  2. 5 out of 5

    :

    The ambulance driver is sooo funny. I only heard it once. Amongst all the obtacles ,directions and places, the driver is so laid back, and at one point where there was going to be another thing to wait for (tunnel?) he says ,”But its OK, they have entertainment. And just on and on. Love that slow ridiculous pace.

Add Review

Add a review

*

Product Description

Bud, the Bible salesman, strikes up a friendship with Charlayne, the stripper, and tells two conflicting stories about his father’s death; Ray, the bartender, hires a band and sings to Charlayne; Ray and Ryder, the ambulance driver, settle their differences at the bar’s pool table; Ryder attempts to seduce Charlayne in Bud’s presence during a night spent in a motel.

  • Series: Work in Progress
  • Show Type: Comedy
  • Cast: Tim Jerome, Larry Block, Arthur Miller, Laura Estermann, and Ryan Cutrona
  • Air Date: 1987
  • Digital Audio Bit Rate: 128kbps

 

5.00 out of 5

2 reviews for In the Middle of Nowhere – 2

  1. 5 out of 5

    :

    This was the episode that made me a lifelong Joe Frank fan. It features some of the greatest ensemble performers in show history including my two personal favorites, Larry Block and Tim Jerome. And it features two of the most hysterical bits — when Ray the bartender can’t get his back-up orchestra to play “For Once in My Life” quite to his satisfaction and when he plays pool with the arrogant ambulance driver. I loved it so much I couldn’t wait to order Parts 1 and 3 from KCRW. It’s got an unbelievable blend of humor and pathos. If this doesn’t make you a Joe Frank fan, there’s something seriously wrong with you. Buy it, download it and listen. Actually, listen to In the Middle of Nowhere Parts 1 through 3 in order. I converted my original cassette recordings to mp3s and I still listen to them 30 years later. If I could give it 6 stars, I would.

  2. 5 out of 5

    :

    The ambulance driver is sooo funny. I only heard it once. Amongst all the obtacles ,directions and places, the driver is so laid back, and at one point where there was going to be another thing to wait for (tunnel?) he says ,”But its OK, they have entertainment. And just on and on. Love that slow ridiculous pace.

Add Review

Add a review

*