Have you ever wondered how terrorists got their start? Maybe some of them had normal childhoods; but then again, they may be the spawn of arterrorists like Bob (guest star John Ales).
What’s an “arterrorist”, I hear you ask. Well, I’m not really sure there is any definitive answer to this question, but Bob’s art involves strapping a home-made bomb to himself and becoming the central exhibit in an underground art gallery.
The way Willie (Willie Garson) explains it, the exhibit is “natural deconstructivism” which sounds like a really snobbish way of saying “f**k the world” to me, but what do I know? (And this is why I love this show so much.)
If texting while driving is frowned upon and drinking while driving is illegal, then someone should be arresting Willie right now. Perhaps we can just blame it on his participation in all those pharmaceutical drug trials giving him strange side effects, such as growing an extra arm like Zaphod Beeblebrox (from “Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy”) and worse.
In “Last Impressionists“, our intrepid gallerists, Patrick (Patrick Breen) and Willie (Willie Garson), have a Cubist Couture exhibit they are preparing for. The artist is an exotic and beautiful woman named Amora (Marta McGonagle) who repurposes the clothes that the Impressionists were buried in. I think I’d look good in a Cezanne Suit Jacket with the Monet Mini Skirt…
Showbiz is a fickle business – one minute you’re the toast of the town and appearing on red carpets everywhere, next minute you’re struggling to pay the bills and turning up at auditions with every other failed actor in town.
Thank goodness for new media! Need work? How about acting in a video game? There are risks, of course, such as being electrocuted by the motion capture, selling blood for money or getting paid for taking experimental drugs. But you gotta do what you gotta do to pay the bills, right?
That is, unless you have a rich wife…luckily for us, there is also the web series – “exposing the pathetic American obsession with fame and exhibitionism”.