Boo! It’s a word designed to scare… or to heckle a comedian. Somehow both definitions apply this week as Craig tackles his ultimate fear by watching two notoriously awful Twilight Zone comedies (“Mr. Bevis” and “Cavender is Coming”), and honestly, what’s more terrifying than that? It’s a Hallowe’en episode with a smile. Oh wait, that’s not a smile…. that’s a frozen mask of abject terror. Boo!
Theme: “Neither Here Nor There (Very Hairy Variant)” by Twin Loops
“Opus 185: Descent” composed and performed by Sigmund Krähe (copyright Sigmund Krähe)
“Yakety Sax” (aka The Benny Hill Theme) performed by Ronnie Aldrich and His Orchestra
“The Wild Bunch: Main Title” composed and conducted by Jerry Fielding (from The Wild Bunch Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, copyright 1968 by Warner Records Inc.)
“The Third Man Theme” (aka “The Harry Lime Theme”) performed by Anton Karas (single, copyright 1949 by Decca Records)
“Everybody Wants to Rule the World” performed by Tears for Fears (from the album Songs from the Big Chair, copyright 1985 by Phonogram/Mercury Records)
“Firewater” performed by The Astronauts (from Surf Party: The Original Soundtrack Album, copyright 1964 by 20th Century Records)
“I’m So Glad We Had This Time Together” performed by Carol Burnett (probably copyrighted, I dunno)
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