Not Insane starts out with an annoying humming sound and a bunch of pointless (and seemingly endless) talk between cast and crew. Unfortunately, it doesn't get much better after that. After the more sketch-oriented feel of Dear Friends, it was becoming clear that Firesign Theatre had blown most of its creative load and was searching for a direction. The material is taken from a variety of sources, and it doesn't congeal very well. It's somewhat telling that the sides are labeled "Not Insane" and "Not Responsible." For completists only.
Not Insane or Anything You Want to Review
by Sean Carruthers