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<div>Only Uncle Wonder can save us from the death beam of... <br>THE DIABOLICAL LOBSTERS FROM OUTER SPACE! <br><BR>New York City, 1953. The golden age of television, when most programs were broadcast live. Young Kurt Jastrow, a full-time TV writer and occasional actor, is about to have a close encounter of the apocalyptic kind. <br><BR>Kurt’s most beloved character (and alter ego) is Uncle Wonder, an eccentric tinkerer whose pyrotechnically spectacular science experiments delight children across the nation. Uncle Wonder also has a more distant following: the inhabitants of Planet Qualimosa. When a pair of his extraterrestrial fans arrives to present him with an award, Kurt is naturally pleaseduntil it develops that, come next Sunday morning, these same aliens intend to perpetrate a massacre. <br><BR>Will Kurt and his colleagues manage to convince the Qualimosans that Earth is essentially a secular and rationalist world? Or will the two million devotees of NBC’s most popular religious program suffer unthinkable consequences for their TV-viewing tastes? Stay tuned for <I>The Madonna and the Starship</I>!</div>