West, Carolyn (American playwright, 1970- ), "Tzutmoot's Sing-a-long,"
a 10-minute comedy in English, set on the sound stage for a children's TV show, early afternoon, 1997,
1m2f (+ 1 more),
© 1997 by Carolyn West; script/rights available from Carolyn West, telephone (home) 215-843-2299, e-mail Twistedlyn@aol.com, http://members.aol.com/Twistedlyn/index.html. Cited by playwright via ftp, August 29, 1997; West says,
Synopsis "It is the set of Tzutmoot's Sing-a-long,
the worlds most popular children's show. The host, Nancy, sings
and talks to the children about important issues, like numbers.
Nancy is very happy and excited about everything that goes on
around her. In contrast her co-host, Tzutmoot, is very unhappy.
He is ruler of the known universe. He came to Earth to conquer
it, but instead was captured and forced to host the children's
show. He despises humans, especially Nancy. He uses his time on
the show to try to convince the children watching to join him
and take over the planet. Tzutmoot is expecting his minions, his
army of warrior aliens, to show up and invade the planet any day.
Low and behold, his army arrives, but they are the size of finger
puppets and are frightened by the enormous Nancy. They flee in
terror and Tzutmoot is left stranded on Earth."
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