Airing on TUTV
Wealthy, heavily insured men are being murdered at an alarming rate. Scotland Yard investigates and finds clues that lead to a ring of blind men, led by a mysterious “reverend”, in this 1966 horror flick.
Philly activist and Temple student Osimiri Sprowal reads his work, and local neo soul/hip hop act Illadel Sol performs their music in front of the live studio audience. Host Nydja Hood also sits down with Will Toms, a Temple grad and co-founder of Philly-based hip hop agency Rec Philly, and Ernest Owens, journalist and editor Philadelphia Magazine’s G Philly section.
Temple Talk hosts Luke Frey and Marissa Giletto provide on an on-set send off for graduating host Liana Daywalt in their final episode of the 2015 Spring Semester season. Also appearing on this week’s episode are Pittsburgh-based soulful power-pop band White Like Fire and a representative from Temple’s branch of HerCampus.com.
Opening up, the audience is treated to courtesy rain ponchos in case a Temple splash event should occur. An Italian mobster has a heavy conscious after he “scraps” a friend to secure his place as noodle king. A young preacher gathers a gang of youth to park the block. Frank the Builder struggles to build with the loss of his wife Lorraine, and the occasional misplaced mouse trap. Michael’s trip to dentist turns from sweet to sour as A Clockwork Orange scene ensues involving a lollipop. A man is trapped with all his bananas. A young man gains the ability to fly from a magical bed sheet that takes him across the city inspiring people from all over to do good. A father in a circus is fed up with the life and runs out on his only son. A young English boy tries to fool a stranger into believing her bike is not her imaginary friend Henry. Three detectives try to solve a double homicide by making all the wrong moves.