SUMMARY: Hollywood is still up and running after
the apocalypse, and Martin is tired of competing against mutants
for roles. However, he is horrified to learn that he has
become a mutant himself - although he looks human, he can
project his thoughts, a power he can't always control.
After a particularly embarrassing and awkward audition overseen
by a slavering yet reasonably polite man-eating horror, he
considers coming out as a mutant to his agent so he can get
roles, but quickly learns that his human friend Ursula - now a
fierce mutant-hating warrior - would not hesitate to kill him if
she learned the truth.
SUMMARY: Martin has developed the power of
voiceover flashbacks. Avi, Martin's agent, gets him and fellow
client Sheila a big audition for a Woody Allen film.
However, Allen has taken up necromancy and taken over Sony
Studios, and is now the Necromancer Warlord of Culver City, able
to raise the dead and turn them into a zombie army. When
he proves more interested in having his zombies kill his
auditioners then in casting them in his post-apocalyptic sequel
to "Annie Hall," in which he makes clear that he had always
meant the story to be about mutants (and Mia Farrow's army of
Falcon Men), Martin uses his powers of flashback to reveal
Allen's rise to power and his weakness. Upon having his
powers negated, Allen pleads for his life, but all Martin and
Sheila want is a role in his film. A relieved Allen
happily acquiesces... but Martin's still pretty sure he's going
to kill them anyway.
SUMMARY: Avi gets Martin and another client of his,
Ralene, a straight offer the "Entourage" movie, though Ralene's
character is just called "the box" and egomaniac creator Doug
Ellin can't hear a word Ralene says because he can't hear
women's voices. Avi - who is a terrible actor and has a
hard time remembering his lines - also ends up with a bit role.
The only surviving original cast member of "Entourage" is Adrian
Grenier, who has mutated into a grunting, skull-faced green
monster who becomes murderously angry when anybody forgets their
lines and improvises. Within short order, Grenier is
strangling Avi, and to save him, Martin must use his newest
mutant power - the power to make music from films play when he
strikes iconic movie poses.
Photos by Marian
EPISODE FOUR (4/4/15)
- PLAYOFFS ROUND 1!
SUMMARY: As Martin prepares for a big audition,
he runs into a couple of friends in the waiting room. Fellow mutant/actor Hillary demonstrates her power to create
dramatic music, while Alice has the power of dramatic lighting. But when Grady, another auditioner, says
his power is to make actors think they have mutant powers - just
before Martin is called into the audition room - Martin is
thrown into doubt about his own abilities. And the role is
for mutants only, on pain of death. Back in the waiting
room, Grady admits he was just messing with Martin; his real
power is being a dick.. literally, as his left hand has morphed
into a gigantic phallic appendage. So
Hillary and Alice enter the audition room to help the now-floundering
Martin. With their assistant, Martin kicks ass at his audition...
and wins not the role he thought he was auditioning for, but the
role of "Waiter #4."
Photos by Marian
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Hideous Voice (Eps.
1 & 4)
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