A beautiful sex therapist helps couples make their sex lives more fulfilling
Professor Rasputin and his wife Dr. Christina run a special clinic to help those suffering from sexual problems. In reality, neither are what they claim to be and use the establishment for their own kinky kicks. In his case that involves prowling around in the country outside Paris, picking up teenage hitchhikers, strangling them and dumping their bodies in the woods. His loving spouse is also involved. Many different versions of this sleaze-fest have been released, both with and without explicit sex. In the U.S. and the UK, R rated versions were released under the titles Ecstasy, Inc. and Swedish Sex Clinic.
Go backstage at the country's oldest drag club with this fascinating look at the psychology of drag that examines the skills needed for men to transform into women and the complex social interaction between performers and audience.
Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist is an American animated series that originally ran on Comedy Central from May 28, 1995 to December 24, 1999—with a final set of three shelved episodes airing in 2002—starring Jonathan Katz, Jon Benjamin, and Laura Silverman. The show was created by a Burbank, California production company Popular Arts Entertainment, with Jonathan Katz and Tom Snyder, developed and first made by Popular Arts for HBO Downtown Productions. Boston-based Tom Snyder Productions became the hands-on production company, and the episodes were usually produced by Katz and Loren Bouchard. The show was computer animated in a crude, easily recognizable style produced with the software Squigglevision in which all persons and animate objects are colored and have constantly squiggling outlines, while most other inanimate objects are static and usually gray in color. The original challenge Popular Arts faced was how to repurpose recorded stand-up comedy material. To do so they based Dr. Katz's patients on stand-up comics for the first several episodes, simply having them recite their stand-up acts. The secondary challenge was how to affordably animate on cable TV at the time. Snyder had Squigglevision, an inexpensive means of getting animation on cable, which could not afford traditional animation processes. A partnership between Popular Arts, Tom Snyder Productions and Jonathan Katz was formed and Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist was born.