Join us as we celebrate the first day of summer with a light and sunny excursion into…. HA! Not even. This week, the dark and moody “Point of Origin,” the eighth episode of Jordan Peele’s new Twilight Zone series, finds itself trussed up in Craig’s interrogation apparatus. Along the way he crushes slightly on Ginnifer Goodwin (because hey, even woke dudes are weak sometimes), and somehow manages to debut yet another jingle.
“Neither Here Nor There (‘Really? Another Revision?’ Revision)” by Twin Loops
“CineTerra,” “Mirror Image,” “Triton” and “First Crash” composed and conducted by Howard Shore (from the album Crash: The Complete Original Score, copyright 2014 by Howe Records LLC)
“This Land Is Your Land” performed by Arlo Guthrie with The Dillards (from the album Thirty-Two Cents: Postage Due, copyright 2008 by Rising Son Records)
“Immigrant Song” performed by Midnite String Quartet (from the album MSQ Performs Led Zeppelin, copyright 2014 by Roma Music Group)
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