Oblivious, in which a married man finds a new lover and asks his wife for a divorce, who says she would grant his request under one condition: he must carry her out of bed every day for a month.
When 13-year-old Ivie starts speaking in Shakespearean verse her friends find it weird and her mother is outraged. She takes her to church to be ‘cured’ but when that fails she turns to a therapist with an equally encyclopedic knowledge of the bard. He engages Ivie in a Shakespeare face-off on the stage of the National Theatre, where the reasons for Ivie’s obsession are uncovered.
Special broadcast concert of the new album Oblivious by Kalafina.
Carlos is a man doomed by restless memories, that meets with himself, in a time warp. Young Carlos faces the forgetfulness of old Carlos, who doesn't recognize his own appearance. They get a package. But the package seems odd. The knot that ties, the smell, the handwriting on the envelope: this could only be sent by his father, Ernesto, who has been dead for many years. A father who always created unusual situations. In this time warp, Carlos is split in two: one Carlos remembers and the other forgets the moments he spent with his father.
Oblivious is a comedy game show that aired within the United States of America on TNN/Spike TV at various points between 2002 and 2004. It was also aired on Challenge in the UK, Ireland and The Comedy Channel in Australia and still airs on Real TV in South Korea and on TV2 Zebra in Norway. It no longer airs on Spike TV. Comedian Regan Burns served as host. A DVD was later released featuring the best clips of both seasons.