Check your bags and try to avoid a TSA cavity search as you board tonight’s double-feature flight into the unknown. Craig takes the yoke and performs aerial maneuvers over, under and through the classic Twilight Zone episodes “The Last Flight” and “The Odyssey of Flight 33.” In the final analysis, only one will emerge unscathed. Along the way Craig struggles with French pronunciations, extols the glory of stop-motion dinosaurs and powers through some kind of sinus malfunction. Mon dieu!
Theme: “Neither Here Nor There (9/22/2019 Revision)” by Twin Loops
“Sunny” performed by Dave Pike (from the album Jazz for the Jet Set, copyright 1966 by WEA International)
“Interlude” performed by Thievery Corporation (from the album The Richest Man in Babylon, copyright 2002 by Eighteenth Street/ESL Music)
“On Danse a la Villette” and “La Vraie Valse Musette” performed by Basil Bunelik (solo accordian)
“Royal Air Force March Past” performed by the Central Band of the Royal Air Force (from the album On Tour: Central Band of the Royal Air Force, copyright 1995 by Cala Records)
“Serenata” performed by The Jonah Jones Quartet (from the album Great Instrumental Hits, copyright 1961 by Capitol Records)
“The Return of the Red Baron” performed by The Royal Guardsmen (from the album Snoopy and His Friends, copyright 1967 by Laurie Records)
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