This was one of many episodes of "Life in the Fridge" created for the first season of CBS Inc.'s "Pee Wee's Playhouse" produced by Broadcast Arts in NYC. I worked as the DP (director of photography) with director: Rob Niosi, animator: Spencer Cook & producer Eric Herrmann. This is what occupied most of my summer in 1986. In addition to doing the lighting and camera work I also did motion control and occasionally animated a shot or two. The Joshua Light-show seen behind The Crinkle Cuts band was footage my father shot at a Jeff Beck concert at the Filmore East in NYC circa 1968 and was rear projected one frame at a time into the stop motion set. The song "It's Cold Inside" was written and performed by Mark Mothersbough of Devo.