“It Was Earth All Along!”

 

Written by David Lawler
Additional Commentary by Nicole Phelps
Monologue Read by Bronwyn Knox
Original Music by Alex Saltz, APS Mastering
Introduction Music: “The Hitchhiker (Opening Theme)” by Michel Rubini ((from the HBO Anthology series, “The Hitchhiker 1983-1991).
Audio Clips: “Dr. Zaius” (from The Simpsons episode 147, “A Fish Called Selma), “I Shot An Arrow Into The Air”, “The Hitch-Hiker”.

Link to an Interesting article about Inger Stevens.

Recorded December 28, 2015

© BlissVille, David Lawler copyright 2015 for all original vocal and audio content featuring David Lawler and selected guests each episode. Original Music © Alex Saltz copyright 2015. This podcast, “That Twilighty Show About That Zone” is not affiliated with CBS Entertainment, the CBS Television Network, or The Rod Serling Estate. Any and all images, audio clips, and dialogue extracts are the property of their respective copyright owners. This blog and podcast was created for criticism, research, and is completely nonprofit, and should be considered Fair Use as stated in the Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. section 107. It is not an official product, and it should not be sold nor bought; this is intended for private use, and any public broadcast is not recommended. All music clips appear under Fair Use as well. If you’re thinking of suing because you want a piece of the pie, please remember, there is no actual pie. We at BlissVille have no money, and as such, cannot compensate you. If anything, we’re doing you a favor, so please be kind. I do this ’cause it’s fun, and nothing else.

Running Time: 34:19 Direct Download

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“The Eve Of The End”

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Written by David Lawler
Additional Commentary by Bronwyn Knox
Original Music by Alex Saltz, APS Mastering
Introduction Music: “Seen But Not Seen” (David Byrne, Brian Eno, Chris Frantz, Jerry Harrison, Tina Weymouth) by Talking Heads (from the 1980 album “Remain In Light”).
Audio Clips: The Late Show With Stephen Colbert “The Twilight Zone: Just The Twists”, The Incredible Hulk Series Pilot, “The Gunslinger” (a 1956 film directed by Roger Corman), “Sixteen Candles” (a 1984 film directed by John Hughes), Star Trek “The Return of the Archons”, “Vampire In Brooklyn (a 1995 film directed by Wes Craven), “Dr Strangelove: or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb” (a 1964 film directed by Stanley Kubrick), Family Guy “Believe It Or Not, Joe’s Walking On Air”, “The Four Of Us Are Dying”, “Third From The Sun”.

Recorded February 5, 2016

© BlissVille, David Lawler copyright 2016 for all original vocal and audio content featuring David Lawler and selected guests each episode. Original Music © Alex Saltz copyright 2015. This podcast, “That Twilighty Show About That Zone” is not affiliated with CBS Entertainment, the CBS Television Network, or The Rod Serling Estate. Any and all images, audio clips, and dialogue extracts are the property of their respective copyright owners. This blog and podcast was created for criticism, research, and is completely nonprofit, and should be considered Fair Use as stated in the Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. section 107. It is not an official product, and it should not be sold nor bought; this is intended for private use, and any public broadcast is not recommended. All music clips appear under Fair Use as well. If you’re thinking of suing because you want a piece of the pie, please remember, there is no actual pie. We at BlissVille have no money, and as such, cannot compensate you. If anything, we’re doing you a favor, so please be kind. I do this ’cause it’s fun, and nothing else.

Running Time: 36:33 Direct Download

“The Disappeared Ones”

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Written by David Lawler
Additional Commentary by Mark Jeacoma
Original Music by Alex Saltz, APS Mastering
Introduction Music: “What You Need” (Andrew Farris, Michael Hutchence) by INXS (from the 1985 album “Listen Like Thieves”).
Audio Clips: “And When The Sky Was Opened”, “What You Need”.

Recorded January 5, 2016

© BlissVille, David Lawler copyright 2016 for all original vocal and audio content featuring David Lawler and selected guests each episode. Original Music © Alex Saltz copyright 2015. This podcast, “That Twilighty Show About That Zone” is not affiliated with CBS Entertainment, the CBS Television Network, or The Rod Serling Estate. Any and all images, audio clips, and dialogue extracts are the property of their respective copyright owners. This blog and podcast was created for criticism, research, and is completely nonprofit, and should be considered Fair Use as stated in the Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. section 107. It is not an official product, and it should not be sold nor bought; this is intended for private use, and any public broadcast is not recommended. All music clips appear under Fair Use as well. If you’re thinking of suing because you want a piece of the pie, please remember, there is no actual pie. We at BlissVille have no money, and as such, cannot compensate you. If anything, we’re doing you a favor, so please be kind. I do this ’cause it’s fun, and nothing else.

Running Time: 31:47 Direct Download

“To Die, To Sleep”

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Written by David Lawler
Additional Commentary by Colin Hall
Notes Cribbed from Todd Van Der Weff.
Original Music by Alex Saltz, APS Mastering
Introduction Music: “Cat People (Putting Out The Fire)” by David Bowie.
Audio Clips: “Cat People” (a 1942 film produced by Val Lewton, directed by Jacques Tourneur, and starring Simone Simon). The Twilight Zone, “Perchance To Dream” and “Judgment Night”.

Recorded November 26, 2015

© BlissVille, David Lawler copyright 2015 for all original vocal and audio content featuring David Lawler and selected guests each episode. Original Music © Alex Saltz copyright 2015. This podcast, “That Twilighty Show About That Zone” is not affiliated with CBS Entertainment, the CBS Television Network, or The Rod Serling Estate. Any and all images, audio clips, and dialogue extracts are the property of their respective copyright owners. This blog and podcast was created for criticism, research, and is completely nonprofit, and should be considered Fair Use as stated in the Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. section 107. It is not an official product, and it should not be sold nor bought; this is intended for private use, and any public broadcast is not recommended. All music clips appear under Fair Use as well. If you’re thinking of suing because you want a piece of the pie, please remember, there is no actual pie. We at BlissVille have no money, and as such, cannot compensate you. If anything, we’re doing you a favor, so please be kind. I do this ’cause it’s fun, and nothing else.

Running Time: 29:48 Direct Download

“The Best Laid Plans Of Henry Bemis”

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Written by David Lawler
Additional Commentary by Denny Spangler
Notes Cribbed from Craig Beam
Original Music by Alex Saltz, APS Mastering
Audio Clips: Futurama “The Scary Door”, “The Lonely”, “Time Enough At Last”, The Twilight Zone “Radio Dramas” “Time Enough At Last” starring Tim Kazurinsky.

Recorded December 10, 2015

© BlissVille, David Lawler copyright 2015 for all original vocal and audio content featuring David Lawler and selected guests each episode. Original Music © Alex Saltz copyright 2015. This podcast, “That Twilighty Show About That Zone” is not affiliated with CBS Entertainment, the CBS Television Network, or The Rod Serling Estate. Any and all images, audio clips, and dialogue extracts are the property of their respective copyright owners. This blog and podcast was created for criticism, research, and is completely nonprofit, and should be considered Fair Use as stated in the Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. section 107. It is not an official product, and it should not be sold nor bought; this is intended for private use, and any public broadcast is not recommended. All music clips appear under Fair Use as well. If you’re thinking of suing because you want a piece of the pie, please remember, there is no actual pie. We at BlissVille have no money, and as such, cannot compensate you. If anything, we’re doing you a favor, so please be kind. I do this ’cause it’s fun, and nothing else.

Running Time: 38:40 Direct Download

“Deal With The Devil No. 1”

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Written by David Lawler
Additional Commentary by Andrew La Ganke
Original Music by Alex Saltz, APS Mastering
Audio Clips: “Walking Distance” Music by Bernard Hermann.  “Angel Heart” (a 1987 film directed by Alan Parker, and starring Mickey Rourke and Robert DeNiro), “Devil’s Advocate” (a 1997 film directed by Taylor Hackford, and starring Al Pacino and Keanu Reeves). “Walking Distance”, “Escape Clause”.

Recorded December 13, 2015

© BlissVille, David Lawler copyright 2015 for all original vocal and audio content featuring David Lawler and selected guests each episode.  Original Music © Alex Saltz copyright 2015.  This podcast, “That Twilighty Show About That Zone” is not affiliated with CBS Entertainment, the CBS Television Network, or The Rod Serling Estate.  Any and all images, audio clips, and dialogue extracts are the property of their respective copyright owners.  This blog and podcast was created for criticism, research, and is completely nonprofit, and should be considered Fair Use as stated in the Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. section 107.  It is not an official product, and it should not be sold nor bought; this is intended for private use, and any public broadcast is not recommended. All music clips appear under Fair Use as well.  If you’re thinking of suing because you want a piece of the pie, please remember, there is no actual pie.  We at BlissVille have no money, and as such, cannot compensate you.  If anything, we’re doing you a favor, so please be kind.  I do this ’cause it’s fun, and nothing else.

Running Time: 35:05 Direct Download

“How Dry I Am”

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Written by David Lawler
Additional Commentary by Eve Kerrigan
Original Music by Alex Saltz, APS Mastering
Introduction Music: Girls On Film” Composed & Performed by Duran Duran (from the 1981 album “Duran Duran”)..
Audio Clips: “One Rainy Afternoon” (a 1936 movie starring Francis Lederer and Ida Lupino, directed by Rowland V. Lee), “I Feel Good” (James Brown), “Mr. Denton On Doomsday”, “The Sixteen Millimeter Shrine”.

Do Better (Blog Spot) (An article Eve and I discuss with regard to the problems women face in the entertainment industry.)

You Must Remember This – The Many Loves Of Howard Hughes (Karina Longworth’s excellent podcast about the forgotten stories of Hollywood. This episode is an interesting anecdote about Ida Lupino.)

Recorded January 6, 2016

© BlissVille, David Lawler copyright 2016 for all original vocal and audio content featuring David Lawler and selected guests each episode. Original Music © Alex Saltz copyright 2015. This podcast, “That Twilighty Show About That Zone” is not affiliated with CBS Entertainment, the CBS Television Network, or The Rod Serling Estate. Any and all images, audio clips, and dialogue extracts are the property of their respective copyright owners. This blog and podcast was created for criticism, research, and is completely nonprofit, and should be considered Fair Use as stated in the Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. section 107. It is not an official product, and it should not be sold nor bought; this is intended for private use, and any public broadcast is not recommended. All music clips appear under Fair Use as well. If you’re thinking of suing because you want a piece of the pie, please remember, there is no actual pie. We at BlissVille have no money, and as such, cannot compensate you. If anything, we’re doing you a favor, so please be kind. I do this ’cause it’s fun, and nothing else.

Running Time: 40:14 Direct Download