The newfangled titles of the video revision which is sort of in process.
Betty of the New Universe.
On the road to nowhere, silhouette.
Dancing through the ages, a dancing party in odd rhythms with some blue.
On trial in Parallel Universe #4792283. The best minds of the universe were called in by the prosecution.
Having a depressing time not long before its creation (most of the 1980s in San Francisco were depressing, with AIDS and all, out of me came a long video made up of many vaguely interconnected shorts about a man who fell into another reality.
In Parallel Universe #4792283 the storms that came rained food from the sky, often on specific calendar days. Pizza came in April. During the trip there a seer talked of Ceres, frustration over losing at a video game ended horribly, and eventually, when falling out of the universe, the parallel man became the sun.
"When I began my life sentence without chance of parole in Parallel Universe number 4792283, I got bored quickly, so I decided I would write music."
"We didn't do anything to him. He's lying, we didn't threaten him, he, he killed Marty, and we didn't do anything."
—at the trial
"Close the door, they're coming in the window!"
"'How Many ways are there to view the world?' 'He thought long and hard, and finally answered, 'as many ways as there are grains of sand on the asteroid Ceres.'"
Videos with an asterisk (*) are available for viewing courtesy of the Internet Archive.
►The Day Pizza Fell From the Sky in Parallel Universe Number 4792283 (1989)
The Detaxilification of Quemalt Aite (1992)
(sketched out: never produced)
The Last Time Dennis Saw Iowa (2005)
(see also: "Red Meat and Red Jell-O")
Sturm in der Deutschstunde (1992)
A Tour of San Francisco (1987)
(the very first "movie")