Preceded by a short showing the world of the '50's the wonders of electric appliances in what makes up a whole woman's world, The movie features Ed Wood's take on a spoiled rotten teenager's turn to a life of crime to get what she really wants... which isn't exactly figured out in the end. Meanwhile, between the movie, Servo traumatizes the SOL crew with a new ventriloquist's head before Mike rips it off, which only increases the trauma. Down in Deep 13, the Mads introduce their soft jazz theme song, which leads to creating their very own radio station - Frank! To cope with the movie any way he can, Tom reenacts a tearful scene from "A Star Is Born" with over-enthusiasm and then later, Crow writes a one man show about Keanu Reeves starring Mike Nelson. In the end, Crow and Mike reenact the gas station hold-up scene with the same inaction as in the movie, which leaves Tom and Gypsy plenty of time to read a graduation invite. Back in Deep 13, Dr. Forrester and Frank are still urging ... Written by
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I was alone with the world to tame, I was evil but feelin' blue Lookin' around, talkin' to clowns, Never guessin' that I'd find you
Workin' the fryer I was never a cryer, I had a void in the shape of you
Lookin' for love, hopin' for evil, Alls I got was chicken cordon bleu
, TV's Frank
Ba-da-been, were livin' in Deep 13 Nobody knows what we mean Rulin' the world with our heads in a swirl and its keen Livin' in Deep 13.
TV's Frank keeps rattling off artists (for the radio station Frank) over the credits music. See more
References Night Court
Forrester's Theme Song
Music by Michael J. Nelson
Lyrics by Best Brains
Performed by Trace Beaulieu
(uncredited) and Frank Conniff
(uncredited) See more