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The idea for Zombie Sex Bar 2090 arose from an earlier collaboration between the producer and chief writer, Bob Ketchum, and the director, Matt Sargent.  Both acted and produced plots for the local cable TV show, Busgroup Follies.  At the time, Bob was an instructor at Rocky Mountain College and was instrumental in recruiting Sargent to the show.  "The show," Sargent observes, "had some of the craziest plots imaginable.  In one, I played a Mozart-level scatologist at Yellowstone Park, and could tell the breed of an animal and its stress level blindfolded.  In fact, park rangers do use scat for determining animal stress levels in the park."
 

Besides creating the show, Busgroup Follies, Bob received a Puffin Grant Award for the art he was developing at his local Billings retreat, Prototopia.  "The unusual structural designs Bob was working on - including a plywood and sheet metal replica of the Two Towers caught the interest of the foundation, but equally important, these structures are now serving as perfect sets for our movie production.  When we were looking for land to develop Prototopia, we wanted an area that looked as post-apocalyptic as possible - and we found it."

Bob is the author of 4 novels, which are equally strange and post-apocalyptic as the concepts he has been developing for Zombie Sex Bar.  "It's not merely that Bob has a new angle on zombies, but the trilogy he has in mind required a detailed look at the next 70 years (to 2090).  Discussing it with Bob is like entering a Tolkien-like world.  It is very detailed and full of side-splitting comedy and satire.  In Bob's future, I'm afraid we are going to die - - - laughing."

 

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