Director's Cut

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September 2, 2001

Synopsis Edit

Dwayne writes a rock opera based on Franz Kafka's "Metamorphosis". While Jason and Melissa like the project, Brendon would rather do his other film "Louis Louis" instead.

Plot Edit

Brendon attempts to make a film about Louis Pasteur and Louis Braille, while Melissa and Jason are more interested in Dwayne's rock opera based on Franz Kafka's "Metamorphosis".



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References, Notes & TriviaEdit

  • This was the first episode to air on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim when the series was revived in 2001.
  • The original debut airing of this episode, on September 2, 2001 at 10 PM (EST), was the very first program to ever air on Adult Swim.
  • The Franz Kafka Rock Opera was originally divided into four parts: Franz Kafka! Intro, Turnin' To A Bug, Livin' Like A Bug Ain't Easy, and Franz Kafka! Finale. They were all a part of the Home Movies: Bonus CD released in 2006. All four parts of the rock opera were merged into one full song, even with a cover by Sharpless of Father/Daughter Records. The cover by Shapeless was featured in the album "Faux Real II", released in 2015 by Father/Daughter Records.
  • It's the first episode not to be aired on UPN because they dropped the show after the 5th episode aired on May 24, 1999.

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DVD ReleasesEdit

This episode was released on the season one DVD set on November 16, 2004.