The General Motors Playwrights Theater: Season 3, Episode 1

The Whole Shebang (9 Mar. 1993)

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A nervous student appears before his university dean and two senior professors to defend his final project: the creation of the universe, accomplished in less than a week. The dean and the ... See full summary »

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A nervous student appears before his university dean and two senior professors to defend his final project: the creation of the universe, accomplished in less than a week. The dean and the professors are favorably impressed, until a pair of seriously flawed inhabitants of earth show up. Written by RK

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A very clever, well-written short with an amusing concept.
30 March 2000 | by (Hayward, CA) – See all my reviews

A very clever short film that has received much less airtime than it deserves. Well-written and funny, but with semi-serious undertones. Mark Linn-Baker (as the hapless student trying to defend his "project")is wonderfully frustrated as his careful presentation begins to unravel. Also a gem of a performance from Martin Mull and Teri Garr.


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