3x01 "Banana Peele"

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Left turn! Host Craig suspends his plan to resume covering the first season of the classic Twilight Zone series to instead dive head-first into the first season of the brand new Twilight Zone series from Jordan Peele. This week he gazes suspiciously at the first two episodes (“The Comedian” and “Nightmare at 30,000 Feet”) and shares his knee-jerk reactions with little preparation or time to truly reflect in a meaningful fashion. Are the new episodes worth checking out? You’ll have to listen to get the full scoop.

“Neither Here Nor There (‘Really? Another Revision?’ Revision)” by Twin Loops

“You’re the Inspiration” by Chicago (from the album Chicago 17, copyright 1983 by Full Moon/Asylum/Warner Bros)

“Medulla Oblongata” by The Dust Brothers (from the Fight Club soundtrack, copyright 1999 by Restless Records)

“Someone Is Watching You” by Andrea Terrinoni (from the album Pulsating Mind: Dreamy Instrumentals and Soundtracks, copyright 2018 by Andrea Terrinoni)

“Unsettling Perspectives” by Andrea Terrinoni (from the album Cinematic Cues Volume 3: Dark Drama, copyright 2016 by Flipper Srl Edizioni Musicali)

“Gloom” by Andrea Terrinoni (from the album Lifeline: Contemporary Emotional Ambient, copyright 2016 by Deneb Records)

TWILIGHT ZONE MAIN TITLE AND END THEMES composed by Marius Constant, performed by Marco Beltrami and Brandon Roberts

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