In this month's Sub-Human Intellect Theater, we present two radio plays, including the penultimate installment of Memoirs From the Psych Ward. Plus, we'll chat with Rolf Semprebon of The Ubu Hour, live in-studio. Plus, will Noah ever answer the telephone? Find out tonight...
In this long-lost episode of the original 1960's TV series Star Trek, the crew of the USS Enterprise must stop a bad robot named Jay Jabrams from making any more movies based on their lives. On their way to track down this bad robot, they encounter a couple of Orion twin sisters who find it is quite easy being green.
A young maiden has a dream: she wants to meet the Prince so he will fall in love with her and take her as his wife. But how to get the royal lad's attention? That is a dilemma that she seems unable to resolve until she meets an old, mystical creature with special powers and a very unusual name that must never be spoken.
NOTE: Includes an extra sing along at the end that didn't get broadcast due to the show running long.
It's sci-fi adventure on this month's episode of Sub-Human Intellect Theater! First, we have another installment of the long-running short-form series Memoirs From the Psych Ward. Then we're joined in the studio by KBOO Program Director and co-host of Life During Wartime, Erin Yanke, who will be conducting an on-air evaluation of our show. And for the main event, we present Stoner Trek, the long-lost episode of the original 1960's TV series Star Trek, which coincidently has another movie spin-off in theaters this month! All that plus letters from listeners and a behind-the-scenes look at how we produce this show and more on Sub-Human Intellect Theater!