A listener asked us to come up with some episodes that never make the “Best-Of” lists, but maybe are worth a second look. Call them B-Listers, Forgotten Faves or who knows – maybe we’ll talk about them and find that they should have stayed forgotten.... Read More
Ho Ho Ho! We’re stuffing your stocking with a special episode where we look at the famous, “(The) Night of the Meek” from not one, BUT TWO different Twilight Zone eras! How do they compare? A “Honeymooner” vs. an “Empty Nester”. Piglet vs. Walter Peck.... Read More
Devious Frenchmen, a secret Mexican rendez-vous, heavily pushed chicken-fried steak specials…these are just some of the things that await those who stumble upon some of the magical objects found in The Twilight Zone. Join us this week as we get our first dose of Shatner... Read More
Mankind is doomed! DOOOOOOMED! On this episode, the brothers take a look at some of the visitors from outer space, and their nefarious plans to conquer our world. The Martians are invading! The Kanamits are putting us in their stew! What the f@ck are these... Read More
On this spooOOOOOky Halloween episode, we look at three episodes that deal with the Prince of Darkness himself, and the three hapless nincompoops who try to best him. Satan takes many forms in “Escape Clause”, “Printer’s Devil” and “The Howling Man”. Who wears the horns... Read More
In this episode of S/S/M, the guys talk about 3 episodes that deal with the whos and whys of their respective main characters. From the killer performances of “The After Hours”, to the terrific clowning in “5 Characters in Search of an Exit”, to the... Read More
In this episode, the guys rummage through the creepy, Twilight Zone toy box, and get re-acquainted with their old friends--Willie, Talky Tina, and Caesar (aka: "Willie slumming it for a paycheck"). Were you scarred by "The Dummy", "Living Doll" or "Caesar and Me"? Listen and tell us what you think!
The guys discuss The Twilight Zone’s oh-so-rosy view of human nature with a trio of episodes that look at humanity at its worst: “The Monsters are Due on Maple Street”, “The Shelter”, and “The Old Man in the Cave”. Listen as we talk paranoia, faith, Brylcreem and desperately try (and fail) to avoid comparisons to our current political climate. Bonus: will Ken finally come up with a winning catchphrase? Email us at ssmpodcast@gmail. com and let us know what you think of these episodes or...