Perversions of Science

Season 1 Episode 1

Dream of Doom

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Aired Unknown Jun 07, 1997 on HBO
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Dream of Doom
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A 40 year old married, but childless, professor cannot wake from his dreams. Each time he wakes up, he finds himself in another dream.

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    Keith Carradine

    Keith Carradine

    Arthur Bristol

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    Adam Arkin

    Adam Arkin

    Paul Danko

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    Peter Jason

    Peter Jason

    The Priest

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      • Chrome: (closing) Men like Arthur are so dreamy. Don't you agree? However, I prefer the company of a man who's not always shooting off his mouth... or head, as the case may be.

      • Chrome: (introduction) Sometimes it seems like all men think about is sex. Not that I'm complaining, mind you. It's just that I prefer a man that does more than think about it. I want my man to take control; (moan) I want him to. Losing control can be a terrifying thing. But then again, it's nothing to lose REM sleep over. At least that's what the man in my next playback keeps telling me, and he should know. I calibrated this off-kilter ode to insomnia under the name "Dream of Doom."

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      • Although aired as the first one, this was actually the last episode produced for the series.

      • Aired as a part of a 90-minute special presentation of the series along with the next 2 episodes.

      • Based on the story "Dream of Doom" published in the William M. Gaines comic magazine Weird Science #12 (May-June 1950). It was later reprinted by East Coast Comics in EC Classic Reprint #11 (1975). The story was written by Harry Harrison and drawn by Harry Harrison and Wally Wood {aka Wallace Horatio Wood).

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