Baseball and robots: two examples of classic Americana. This week Craig oils up his glove and manhandles some (base)balls when he takes the mound against “The Mighty Casey” from The Twilight Zone’s legendary first season, then keeps the mandroid vibe rollin’ with a loving examination of the nuts, bolts and artificial hide of the season four classic “In His Image.” Put on your cleats and tune in… and yeah, you’d best wear a cup.
David K. Frasier’s write-up on Robert Sorrells:
Craig’s appearance on Brandon Cruz’s Submitted for Your Approval podcast:
Theme: “Neither Here nor There (Mecha Variant)” by Twin Loops
“Get Schwifty” performed by Justin Roiland (copyright 2015 by Cartoon Network)
“I’m Not Tired Yet” performed by the Mississippi Mass Choir (featuring Mosie “Mama” Brooks; from the album Not by Might, Not by Power, copyright 2005 by Malaco Records)
“I Will Not Forget You” performed by Sarah McLachlan (from the album Solace, copyright 1991 by Nettwerk Records)
“The Dirty Games of Dr. Love” performed by Alex Puddu (from the album The Golden Age of Danish Pornography, copyright 2011 by Al Dente Records)
“Robot Man” performed by Jamie Horton (copyright 1960 by Joy Records)
“Mr. Roboto” performed by Styx (from the album Kilroy Was Here, copyright 1983 by A&M Records)
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