David patches things up with Susan and Henry has already ran out of cocaine. Henry soon realizes that David traded his portion of coke for heroin. The pizza guy arrives and Henry becomes paranoid that the delivery boy will know that he is on coke. He soon finds more drugs in his pocket.
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Mulberry Soup starts with Reginald Martin’s second appearance after being interviewed by Tom Bell for the Meet The Author podcast. His new career involves a grant from the Institute of Higher Learning, in this episode Reginald goes to the Kentucky Contemporary Art Gallery and picks up an American girl. He learns to be more discriminating in the process. The second skit is a interesting behind-the- scenes view of the making of a shampoo commercial. The third and last skit is two scenes from a remake of Judy Garland’s ‘Meet Me in St. Louis.’ By the end of the clips one can see why this version of the classic cinema musical was never released.
Henry comes back home with a early morning Schlitz buzz and defends his art project while blaming David for all the fixers hanging around outside of their apartment.
In one of the historical ‘Writers Block’ sessions Team Mutation created a six part short series that would eventually become ‘Of Chemical Bondage’ (OCB). In this first Episode Henry O’Fallon wakes up late. David Cremshaw is upset and wants Henry to get a job, but he mainly just wants him to explain the welded bicycle frame structure that he built and put in the front yard last night. Henry deflects and asks for money to buy some cheap beer (always Schlitz).
Click here for the entire script to Episode one of Mother Jones. Opens in new window.