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I Know I Don't Walk On Water
By Laura Satterfield and Ira Walker
Performed by Laura Satterfield and Ephraim Lewis
Produced by Peter Asher
Arranged, orchestrated & conducted by David Campbell See more »
An intelligent, black teenage girl is shocked to discover from her strong, independent mother that she was the product of artificial insemination. Determined to track her biological father down, she looks up the records to find that not only is he a white man, but he's also an obnoxious and pompous car salesman. Naturally, complications ensue when her mother makes it clear that she requested a black donor. Cast is talented and enthusiastic, setup is very clever and has the makings of a really enjoyable comedy, but unfortunately they're wasted on a sorry script that resorts endlessly to dumb, sitcom-style humor. A real shame. **
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