Nuevo Malibu 10: The Goof Kidnaps Landis!

Nuevo Malibu 10: The Goof Kidnaps Landis!

As our intrepid time-traveling crew of earthlings Clell Landis and Doctor Shay Watt?, hologram Mack and Narrator are visiting Mount Shasta in California, they reminisce about the failed 1989 Harmonic Convergence and plan their next adventure.  It starts immediately when The Grand Galloping Goof, hermaphroditic purveyor of all universal mischief, kidnaps Landis.  Malibu 10: Don’t you step on my Fru Fru Shoes The Goof takes Landis back to Day Two of the world’s genesis, where Landis witnesses The Original Committee creating vegetables, emotions, football and jello shots, among other things.  Then The Goof shows Landis its herd of honkies, which Landis accidentally panics into a stampede.   This irritates The Goof to no end, so it abandons Landis in the Mojave Desert, where he meets Death, a pleasant young woman in a fetching yellow sun dress with matching bonnet.  Next he meets Thelma and Louise.  The felonious ladies are at the end of their brief crime spree, en route to an abrupt stop at the bottom of the Grand Canyon.   Landis is spared from their fate by his on-again, off-again antagonist Sarah Palin, who just happens to be passing by in her helicopter.   The rest of the crew is unable to track Landis because The Goof has pulled him into the supernatural realm.  All they can do is monitor truck stops around the world.  Eventually he shows up at one after Harvey Keitel drops him off.  Landis is none the worse for wear, save for a buzzing in his head.  “Nuevo Malibu” is written by Allen Perkins, recorded on location in outer space, and produced at Dave Blinzinger’s Studio on Quadra Island.  Voices for this episode were provided by Kris Wellstein as Narrator, Karen Holmes as Doctor Shay Watt?, Guy Holmes as Clell Landis, Jude McCormick and John Clark as The Goof, Matthew Kelly as Otis, Jenny Zoia as Beth,Owen...
Nuevo Malibu 9: Rumble at Mt Shasta

Nuevo Malibu 9: Rumble at Mt Shasta

Nuevo Malibu 9: “Hit the Bricks to Route 66” or “Rumble at Mount Shasta” After uncovering Emily Dickinson’s darkest secret in Episode 8,earthings Doctor Shay Watt? and Clell Landis, hologram Mack andthe Narrator hop into the TURDIS, the time-traveling Port-a-Potty, to visit Mount Shasta during the 1989 Harmonic Convergence, hopingto levitate and see ancient beings emerge from the mountain. “NuevoMalibu” is written and produced by Allen Perkins.  Recorded on locationin outer space, it features the vocal talent of Kris Wellstein, Karen Holmes,Guy Holmes, Aquilina Mitchell, Kornelia Mitchell and many others. Top photo credit: Sunrise at Mount Shasta by Jeff Hollett via Flickr (CC BY SA, 2.0...
Malibu 8: Emily Dickenson’s darkest secret

Malibu 8: Emily Dickenson’s darkest secret

After living out a mash-up of “Casablanca” and “Blazing Saddles”in fantasy pods, our intrepid time-travelers zip back to 1886 Massachusetts to meet Emily Dickinson.  They find that Emilywas much more involved with contemporaries like Edgar AllanPoe, Henry David Thoreau and Walt Whitman than history hasled us to believe.  Point of fact, she was much more involvedthan we knew.  Tune in to discover Emily’s darkest secret. Daguerreotype taken at Mount Holyoke, December 1846 or early 1847; the only authenticated portrait of Emily Dickinson after childhood - Courtesy Amherst College Archives & Special Collections via wikipedia (Public domain) Malibu 8: Stir crazy after all these Nuevo Malibu was written and produced by Allen Perkins. It was recorded on location in the universe, specifically Quadra Island at the Dave Blinzinger Studio.  It features the vocal talents of Kris Wellstein, Guy Holmes, Kornelia Mitchell, Aquilina Mitchell, Karen Holmes and John...
Nuevo Malibu 7: a double feature on the planet Dinner

Nuevo Malibu 7: a double feature on the planet Dinner

After narrowly escaping direct exposure to TiffanyTrump’s song “Like a Bird” in Episode 6, our time-traveling crew takes some R&R on the planet Dinner and a Double Feature.  They live out a mash-up of “Blazing Saddles” and “Casablanca” in fantasy pods, meeting a motley crew of blended characters like Major Mongo and Jabber, the banjalele player.  You won’t want to miss this.  Be sure to call ahead for a reservation. Nuevo Malibu 7: A double feature on the planet Dinner Nuevo Malibu was written and produced by Allen Perkins. It was recorded on location in the universe, specifically Quadra Island at the Dave Blinzinger Studio.  It features the vocal talents of Kris Wellstein, Guy Holmes, Kornelia Mitchell, Aquilina Mitchell, Karen Holmes and John...
Part III: She Was Friendly to the Navy, But Rotten to 		the Corps

Part III: She Was Friendly to the Navy, But Rotten to the Corps

NARRATOR: Oh, there you are. Welcome to Episode Three of “Nuevo Malibu”, entitled “She Was Friendly to the Navy, But Rotten to the Corps”. “Nuevo Malibu” is sponsored by Sherm’s Worms. She Was Friendly To The Navy But Rotten To The Corps Want a herd of humus-churning red wrigglers to aerate your garden? How about some Canadian nightcrawlers for fish bait? Sherm’s got the worm for you. Now available in two varieties: bin-raised and free-range. Call 1-800-SLI-MEEE. (beat) Sherm’s Worms, a subsidiary of Doug’s Slugs. And we’re off. In our last episode, earthlings Clell Landis and Doctor Shay Watt? team up with Mack, the subliminal being that communicates through holograms. The trio and I, the Narrator, miniaturize our time-traveling Port-a-Potty the TURDIS, and meander through Donald Trump’s sundry brain lobes before adjourning to the Italian Renaissance for some pasta. After dinner, we stroll the streets of ancient Rome. Mack, who had transformed to Galileo to order our meal, slips into some one more comfortable — the form of John Nursall,  a reclusive scrimshaw artist. MACK: I understand that earthlings often like to attend a film after dining out. We could visit Planet Rom-Com in the Resort System. LANDIS: What’s that? MACK: An ongoing romantic comedy, Landis. You and the Doctor would be irresistibly drawn into the conventions of the genre: the meet cute, the inferior yet lovable  sidekicks, the triumph of true love over many obstacles. DOCTOR: Irresistibly? MACK: The atmosphere on Rom-Com overpowers earthlings. It wouldn’t affect me or Narrator. We could watch out for you AND serve the plot as your loyal  though not as attractive best friends. NARRATOR: I’m in....