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Mark and Michael wrap up the first season of The Twilight Zone (1959) and the first season of Deja Reviewed. They discuss some of their highs and lows as well as yours!Below are some of the things we reference in the episode: How Not to Quit Your Day Job Holmes and Yoyo Futurama Halloween (1978) Lost Battlestar Galactica The X-Files Fringe The Office (BBC; NBC) House of Cards (BBC; Netflix) Life on Mars (BBC; ABC) Ashes to Ashes The Simpsons If you'd like to follow us on social media or send us a message, check us out at our website, and you can also send us a voicemail or text. If you're enjoying Deja Reviewed, it'd really help us out if you subscribe and give us a rating wherever you're listening. Thank you, as always, for listening!
Mark and Michael take a look at the thirty-sixth episode of The Twilight Zone (1959), "A World of His Own." From IMDB's description, "A writer demonstrates he can control reality simply by dictating changes."If you'd like to watch the episode prior to listening to our breakdown, it can be found here. Don't forget to reach out with your thoughts on the first season prior to our wrap-up episode next week!Below are some of the things we reference in the episode: Love is Blind (show is terrible) Married at First Sight Palm Springs Stephen King The Dark Tower book series On Writing Trust Us, This Is All Made Up (I have no idea why I couldn't pull Pasquesi's name; I'M OLD) The Prestige "The Mission" from Amazing Stories If you'd like to follow us on social media or send us a message, check us out at our website, and you can also send us a voicemail or text. If you're enjoying Deja Reviewed, it'd really help us out if you subscribe and give us a rating wherever you're listening. Thank you, as always, for listening!
Mark and Michael take a look at the thirty-fifth episode of The Twilight Zone (1959), "The Mighty Casey." From IMDB's description, "A down-and-out baseball team's fortunes are lifted by a mysterious but seemingly unbeatable young player."If you'd like to watch the episode prior to listening to our breakdown, it can be found here. If you'd like to watch along with us, next week's episode is "A World of His Own."Below are some of the things we reference in the episode: Major League Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi Futurama The Rookie Oh, HERE'S that Major League quote I failed to reference accurately. Wrigley Field (Los Angeles) Homer Simpson being smart from "Homer Goes to College" Oh, here's that 2016 World Champion Cubs team Baseketball Murder in Wrigley Field Friday Night Lights (the TV show is best) Varsity Blues Bugs Bunny playing baseball Walter Johnson Any Given Sunday Invincible Ex Machina Terminator 2: Judgment Day Terminator: Dark Fate Battlestar Galactica (2004) Weekend Update: Smokery Farms Factually! with Adam Conover The Signal and the Noise: Why Most Predictions Fail - but Some Don't I, Robot The Natural If you'd like to follow us on social media or send us a message, check us out at our website, and you can also send us a voicemail or text. If you're enjoying Deja Reviewed, it'd really help us out if you subscribe and give us a rating wherever you're listening. Thank you, as always, for listening!
Mark and Michael take a look at the thirty-fourth episode of The Twilight Zone (1959), "The After Hours." From IMDB's description, "A woman is treated badly by some odd salespeople on an otherwise empty department store floor."If you'd like to watch the episode prior to listening to our breakdown, it can be found here. If you'd like to watch along with us, next week's episode is "The Mighty Casey."Below are some of the things we reference in the episode: Ghostbusters Fight Club Home Alone Inception Seinfeld: "The Pie" Toy Story I Know What You Did Last Summer Condemned: Criminal Origins Fahrenheit 451 Mannequin Today's Special Learn how to collect thimbles The Last Temptation of Christ If you'd like to follow us on social media or send us a message, check us out at our website, and you can also send us a voicemail or text. If you're enjoying Deja Reviewed, it'd really help us out if you subscribe and give us a rating wherever you're listening. Thank you, as always, for listening!
Mark and Michael take a look at the thirty-third episode of The Twilight Zone (1959), "Mr. Bevis." From IMDB's description, "After losing his job, his car and his apartment on the same day, an eccentric loser gets a new life from his guardian angel, but there is a price to keeping it."If you'd like to watch the episode prior to listening to our breakdown, it can be found here. If you'd like to watch along with us, next week's episode is "The After Hours."Below are some of the things we reference in the episode: Hollywood Longmire Peter Weller Robocop Back to the Future 1984 Saving Private Ryan Adam Ruins Everything Factually! with Adam Conover Peace Officer Traffic Home Alone James Cameron Michael Bay Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey It's a Wonderful Life (yes, AGAIN; blame Serling) Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Ozark Mr. Robot If you'd like to follow us on social media or send us a message, check us out at our website, and you can also send us a voicemail or text. If you're enjoying Deja Reviewed, it'd really help us out if you subscribe and give us a rating wherever you're listening. Thank you, as always, for listening!
Mark and Michael take a look at the thirty-second episode of The Twilight Zone (1959), "A Passage for Trumpet." From IMDB's (inaccurate) description, "A suicidally despondent trumpet player finds himself in a bizarre world where he seems to be the only moving being, except for one helpful other musician."If you'd like to watch the episode prior to listening to our breakdown, it can be found here. If you'd like to watch along with us, next week's episode is "Mr. Bevis."Below are some of the things we reference in the episode: Moonfleet Maverick The Odd Couple 12 Angry Men; the other TZ actor we remembered from it was Jack Warden, who coincidentally played James A. Corry in "The Lonely," another episode we disagreed strongly on Quincy M.E. Check out Mark's film, All the Wrong Friends by renting it on Amazon! The Walking Dead On the Waterfront Raging Bull "The War of the Simpsons" What Dreams May Come Dogma If you'd like to follow us on social media or send us a message, check us out at our website, and you can also send us a voicemail or text. If you're enjoying Deja Reviewed, it'd really help us out if you subscribe and give us a rating wherever you're listening. Thank you, as always, for listening!
Mark and Michael take a look at the thirty-first episode of The Twilight Zone (1959), "The Chaser." From IMDB's description, "A young man obsessed with winning over an uninterested beauty gets more than he bargained for when he buys a love potion to gain her affection."If you'd like to watch the episode prior to listening to our breakdown, it can be found here. If you'd like to watch along with us, next week's episode is "A Passage for Trumpet."Below are some of the things we reference in the episode: Get Smart Joker Revenge of the Nerds Check out Mark's film, All the Wrong Friends by renting it on Amazon! Singin' in the Rain Shackleforth's use of "millennium" was likely a reference to the prophesied happy, perfect, 1,000-year reign of Christ, which clearly started in 2020. Millennium The Princess Bride "Footsteps Invisible" Blondie If you'd like to follow us on social media or send us a message, check us out at our website, and you can also send us a voicemail or text. If you're enjoying Deja Reviewed, it'd really help us out if you subscribe and give us a rating wherever you're listening. Thank you, as always, for listening!
Mark and Michael take a look at the thirtieth episode of The Twilight Zone (1959), "A Stop at Willoughby." From IMDB's description, "Tired of his miserable job and wife, a businessman starts dreaming on the train each night, about an old, idyllic town called Willoughby. Soon he has to know whether the town is real and fancies the thought of seeking refuge there."If you'd like to watch the episode prior to listening to our breakdown, it can be found here. If you'd like to watch along with us, next week's episode is "The Chaser."Below are some of the things we reference in the episode: "The One Where Joey Loses His Insurance" Douglas Sirk Mad Men Red Dead Redemption Check out Mark's film, All the Wrong Friends by renting it on Amazon! National Suicide Prevention Hotline (800) 273-8255 "Footsteps Invisible" If you'd like to follow us on social media or send us a message, check us out at our website, and you can also send us a voicemail or text. If you're enjoying Deja Reviewed, it'd really help us out if you subscribe and give us a rating wherever you're listening. Thank you, as always, for listening!
Mark and Michael take a look at the twenty-ninth episode of The Twilight Zone (1959), "Nightmare as a Child." From IMDB's description, "A schoolteacher keeps seeing a strange little girl in her apartment building."If you'd like to watch the episode prior to listening to our breakdown, it can be found here. If you'd like to watch along with us, next week's episode is "A Stop at Willoughby."Below are some of the things we reference in the episode: The Sixth Sense Biz Markie Psycho (1960) Joker Fight Club Taxi Driver The King of Comedy Lost The Blacklist The Babadook Minority Report The Matrix Macbeth The Goldbergs By the way, 1999 was a pretty good year for film. The Sixth Sense, Fight Club, and The Matrix were all released that year. And the fact that we referenced all three in one episode carbon dates us pretty accurately.If you'd like to follow us on social media or send us a message, check us out at our website, and you can also send us a voicemail or text. If you're enjoying Deja Reviewed, it'd really help us out if you subscribe and give us a rating wherever you're listening. Thank you, as always, for listening!
Mark and Michael take a look at the twenty-eighth episode of The Twilight Zone (1959), "A Nice Place to Visit." From IMDB's description, "When bad guy Henry Francis Valentine dies in a shootout with police, he wakes up in the next world where his every wish is granted forever, and ever."If you'd like to watch the episode prior to listening to our breakdown, it can be found here. If you'd like to watch along with us, next week's episode is "Nightmare as a Child."Below are some of the things we reference in the episode: National Lampoon's Vacation "What I Said When My White Friend Asked for My Black Opinion on White Privilege" Scaffolded Anti-Racist Resources "115 Ways to Donate in Support of Black Lives and Communities of Color" Queer Eye Improv Tips (subscribe!) It's a Wonderful Life "Boy Scoutz 'n the Hood" The Good Place "Treehouse of Horror IV" What Dreams May Come M. Night Shyamalan If you'd like to follow us on social media or send us a message, check us out at our website, and you can also send us a voicemail or text. If you're enjoying Deja Reviewed, it'd really help us out if you subscribe and give us a rating wherever you're listening. Thank you, as always, for listening!
Mark and Michael take a look at the twenty-seventh episode of The Twilight Zone (1959), "The Big Tall Wish." From IMDB's description, "An aging boxer finds himself the winner of a match he thought he had lost, the result a six year old's frantic wish. But can a world-weary, embittered man still believe in miracles, or will he turn his back on it?"If you'd like to watch the episode prior to listening to our breakdown, it can be found here. If you'd like to watch along with us, next week's episode is "A Nice Place to Visit."Below are some of the things we reference in the episode: Journey The Cosby Show Muhammad Ali Ivan Drago Raging Bull Gummi Venus de Milo Haley Joel Osment Macaulay Culkin Willem Dafoe Dick Tracy Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith How the Grinch Stole Christmas! Pulp Fiction The Rookie Field of Dreams The Natural For Love of the Game It's a Wonderful Life Liar Liar Big Ben Zobrist Christopher Nolan Michael Kahn Tenet The Matrix If you'd like to follow us on social media or send us a message, check us out at our website, and you can also send us a voicemail or text. If you're enjoying Deja Reviewed, it'd really help us out if you subscribe and give us a rating wherever you're listening. Thank you, as always, for listening!
Mark and Michael take a look at the twenty-sixth episode of The Twilight Zone (1959), "Execution." From IMDB's description, "When a 20th Century scientist tests out his time machine he accidentally retrieves a murderer from 1880, saving him from the hangman's noose. Unaware of the man's history, the scientist attempts to acclimatize him to his new surroundings."If you'd like to watch the episode prior to listening to our breakdown, it can be found here. If you'd like to watch along with us, next week's episode is "The Big Tall Wish."Below are some of the things we reference in the episode: Logan's Run Twilight Zone: The Movie Oceans 11 (old; new) Oceans 8 Back to the Future Avengers: Endgame Minority Report (film; novella) Phillip K. Dick E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Giles Corey Braveheart Ghostbusters II Jurassic Park King Kong The Arrival of a Train (I'll point out that its IMDB reference number is "0000012") The Great Train Robbery The Bourne Identity Pace Picante Sauce commercial Demolition Man Big If you do want to check out The Bureau Boys, you can find them here. If you'd like to follow us on social media or send us a message, check us out at our website, and you can also send us a voicemail or text. If you're enjoying Deja Reviewed, it'd really help us out if you subscribe and give us a rating wherever you're listening. Thank you, as always, for listening!
Mark and Michael take a look at the twenty-fifth episode of The Twilight Zone (1959), "People Are Alike all Over." From IMDB's description, "Fearing the worst, the lone survivor of a crash-landing on Mars finds the native inhabitants, to his relief, very hospitable indeed, but there's a catch."If you'd like to watch the episode prior to listening to our breakdown, it can be found here. If you'd like to watch along with us, next week's episode is "Execution."Below are some of the things we reference in the episode: Mitch Hedberg Planet of the Apes "One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish" Battlestar Galactica Avatar A Trip to the Moon Pulp Fiction Requiem for a Dream Tiger King If you want to donate or check out The Brookfield Zoo, I'm sure they'd appreciate it! Henry Gibson Faces of Death If you do want to check out The Bureau Boys, you can find them here. If you'd like to follow us on social media or send us a message, check us out at our website, and you can also send us a voicemail or text. If you're enjoying Deja Reviewed, it'd really help us out if you subscribe and give us a rating wherever you're listening. Thank you, as always, for listening!
Mark and Michael take a look at the twenty-fourth episode of The Twilight Zone (1959), "Long Live Walter Jameson." From IMDB's description, "A father forbids a history professor from marrying his daughter when he discovers that the captivating lecturer is actually an immortal who has lived for thousands of years."If you'd like to watch the episode prior to listening to our breakdown, it can be found here. If you'd like to watch along with us, next week's episode is "People Are Alike All Over."Below are some of the things we reference in the episode: Invasion of the Body Snatchers UHF Weird Al Dr. Demento Tom Lehrer Tombstone Twilight 24 Caddyshack Deadwood Animal House Interview with the Vampire The Postmortal Wayne's World Philip K. Dick The Man in the High Castle (book; series) A Scanner Darkly (book; film) Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Walter Jacobson Let the record show that the main character in "One for the Angels" is Lou Bookman (not Ed, as we originally said in the episode) If you'd like to follow us on social media or send us a message, check us out at our website, and you can also send us a voicemail or text. If you're enjoying Deja Reviewed, it'd really help us out if you subscribe and give us a rating wherever you're listening. Thank you, as always, for listening!
Mark and Michael take a look at the twenty-third episode of The Twilight Zone (1959), "A World of Difference." From IMDB's description, "A businessman sitting in his office inexplicably finds that he is on a production set and in a world where he is a movie star. Uninterested in the newfound fame, he fights to get back to his home and family."If you'd like to watch the episode prior to listening to our breakdown, it can be found here. If you'd like to watch along with us, next week's episode is "Long Live Walter Jameson."Maybe you can tell that we had a LOT to say about this episode from some of the things we reference below: The Truman Show "The Sixteen-Millimeter Shrine" Mission: Impossible (1996) Captain America: The First Avenger The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Boston Legal The Blacklist Blazing Saddles, and the REAL reason Richard Pryor wasn't in it. Let us know if you can figure out what Michael was talking about. The Good Wife All the President's Men Saved by the Bell The Dark Knight FiveThirtyEight Podcast The Baader-Meinhof phenomenon  Flowers for Algernon If you're interested in donating to Alzheimer's research, click here. Article on Lee Holloway, the Cloudflare co-founder suffering from bvFTD If you'd like to follow us on social media or send us a message, check us out at our website, and you can also send us a voicemail or text. If you're enjoying Deja Reviewed, it'd really help us out if you subscribe and give us a rating wherever you're listening. Thank you, as always, for listening!
Mark and Michael take a look at the twenty-second episode of The Twilight Zone (1959), "The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street." From IMDB's description, "On a peaceful suburban street, strange occurrences and mysterious people stoke the residents' paranoia to a disastrous intensity."If you'd like to watch the episode prior to listening to our breakdown, it can be found here. If you'd like to watch along with us, next week's episode is "A World of Difference."Maybe you can tell that we had a LOT to say about this episode from some of the things we reference below: Invasion of the Body Snatchers Scream Better Call Saul The Thing Saturday Night Live Sabrina Ionescu, the #1 pick in the WNBA draft. Congratulations, Sabrina! The 'Burbs South Park: "Volcano" Futurama: "A Head in the Polls" Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery The Naked Gun Jumanji: The Next Level Clue Airplane! The Simpsons: "Simpsoncalifragilisticexpiala(Annoyed Grunt)cious L.A. Story The Lottery The Scarlet Letter Battlestar Galactica (2004, 1978) Pandemic Westworld Webster If you'd like to follow us on social media or send us a message, check us out at our website, and you can also send us a voicemail or text. If you're enjoying Deja Reviewed, it'd really help us out if you subscribe to us and/or give us a rating wherever you're listening. Thank you, as always, for listening!
Mark and Michael take a look at the twenty-first episode of The Twilight Zone (1959), "Mirror Image." From IMDB's description, "While waiting in a bus station, Millicent Barnes has the strange feeling that her doppelganger is trying to take over her life."If you'd like to watch the episode prior to listening to our breakdown, it can be found here. If you'd like to watch along with us, next week's episode is "The Monsters are Due on Maple Street."Here are some of the things we reference during the episode: Invasion of the Body Snatchers The Game Us Gemini Man The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Airplane! If you'd like to follow us on social media or send us a message, check us out at our website, and you can also send us a voicemail or text. If you're enjoying Deja Reviewed, it'd really help us out if you subscribe to us and/or give us a rating wherever you're listening. Thank you, as always, for listening!
Mark and Michael take a look at the twentieth episode of The Twilight Zone (1959), "Elegy." From IMDB's description, "Three astronauts touch down on an asteroid, where they discover a world of people that appear to be frozen in time. Confused, they theorize as to why everyone is motionless, until a man springs to life and explains."If you'd like to watch the episode prior to listening to our breakdown, it can be found here. If you'd like to watch along with us, next week's episode is "Mirror Image."Here are some of the things we reference during the episode: Cool Science Dad Lost The Matrix Scooby-Doo, Where are You! Friends Mean Girls The Strangers Arrested Development The Terminator The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Monty Python and the Holy Grail The Conversation If you'd like to follow us on social media or send us a message, check us out at our website, and you can also send us a voicemail or text. If you're enjoying Deja Reviewed, it'd really help us out if you subscribe to us and/or give us a rating wherever you're listening. Thank you, as always, for listening!
Mark and Michael take a look at the nineteenth episode of The Twilight Zone (1959), "The Purple Testament." From IMDB's description, "A U.S. army lieutenant serving in the Philippines during WWII develops a harrowing ability to see in the faces of the men of his platoon, who will be the next ones to die."If you'd like to watch the episode prior to listening to our breakdown, it can be found here. If you'd like to watch along with us, next week's episode is "Elegy."Here are some of the things we reference during the episode: Apocalypse Now Saving Private Ryan The Thin Red Line Sons of Anarchy Band of Brothers The Pacific Paycheck Scrubs Edge of Tomorrow Final Destination Logan's Run Midsommar The Island Cassandra Complex Ten Little Indians If you'd like to follow us on social media or send us a message, check us out at our website, and you can also send us a voicemail or text. If you're enjoying Deja Reviewed, it'd really help us out if you subscribe to us and/or give us a rating wherever you're listening. Thank you, as always, for listening!
Mark and Michael take a look at the eighteenth episode of The Twilight Zone (1959), "The Last Flight." From IMDB's description, "A World War I British fighter pilot lands at an American air force base in France 42 years in the future."If you'd like to watch the episode prior to listening to our breakdown, it can be found here. If you'd like to watch along with us, next week's episode is "The Purple Testament."Here are some of the things we reference during the episode: Arrested Development The Office The Terminator Back to the Future Georges Guynemer 1917 Saving Private Ryan Quantum Leap Crimson Tide WarGames Top Gun If you'd like to follow us on social media or send us a message, check us out at our website, and you can also send us a voicemail or text. If you're enjoying Deja Reviewed, it'd really help us out if you subscribe to us and/or give us a rating wherever you're listening. Thank you, as always, for listening!
Mark and Michael take a look at the seventeenth episode of The Twilight Zone (1959), "The Fever." From IMDB's description, "A middle aged man catches gambling fever from a slot machine that he believes is calling his name."If you'd like to watch the episode prior to listening to our breakdown, it can be found here. If you'd like to watch along with us, next week's episode is "The Last Flight."Here are some of the things we reference during the episode: Citizen Kane A Christmas Story Apocalypse Now Mad Men The Simpsons "$pringfield" "Bart the Daredevil" Hot Shots! Top Secret! The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! Ed. note: Why were there so many movies when we were growing up with titles that ended in exclamation points? Big If you'd like to follow us on social media or send us a message, check us out at our website, and you can also send us a voicemail or text. Thank you, as always, for listening!
Mark and Michael take a look at the sixteenth episode of The Twilight Zone (1959), "The Hitch-Hiker." From IMDB's description, "A young woman driving cross country becomes frantic when she keeps passing the same man on the side of the road. No matter how fast she drives the man is always up ahead, hitching her for a ride."If you'd like to watch the episode prior to listening to our breakdown, it can be found here. If you'd like to watch along with us, next week's episode is "The Fever."Here are some of the things we reference during the episode: When a Stranger Calls Sorry, Wrong Number The Conversation Key & Peele Get Out Minority Report Family Guy Arrested Development Futurama The Sixth Sense Casper: The Friendly Ghost Train Pulling into a Station Alfred Hitchcock Psycho (1960) Spongebob Squarepants ("He's just standing there! Menacingly!") Halloween (1978) Monty Python and the Holy Grail If you'd like to follow us on social media or send us a message, check us out at our website, and you can also send us a voicemail or text. Thank you, as always, for listening!
Mark and Michael take a look at the fifteenth episode of The Twilight Zone (1959), "I Shot an Arrow into the Air." From IMDB's description, "Order breaks down between three surviving crewmen whose rocket ship crashes on an unknown world with limited water and supplies."If you'd like to watch the episode prior to listening to our breakdown, it can be found here. If you'd like to watch along with us, next week's episode is "The Hitch-Hiker."Here are some of the things we reference during the episode: Lord of the Flies (novel; film) Gravity Alive Saving Private Ryan The Mist (story; film; and, apparently, a TV series?) Planet of the Apes The Martian (novel; film) 127 Hours Three Amigos! Airplane! Weird that we talked about two movies in a row with exclamation points in their titles, right? Very TWILIGHT ZONE. If you'd like to follow us on social media or send us a message, check us out at our website, and you can also send us a voicemail or text. Thank you, as always, for listening!
Mark and Michael take a look at the fourteenth episode of The Twilight Zone (1959), "Third from the Sun." From IMDB's description, "Two families of Government employees plan to steal a spaceship and travel to another planet just prior to a nuclear war. They must also deal with a stooge who wants to stop them."If you'd like to watch the episode prior to listening to our breakdown, it can be found here. If you'd like to watch along with us, next week's episode is "I Shot an Arrow into the Air."Here are some of the things we reference during the episode: WarGames Fight Club Terminator 2: Judgment Day Enemy of the State Manifold Time The Light of Other Days The Pelican Brief The Sixth Sense Chernobyl Saturday Night Live Psycho (1960) 1917 We also somehow forgot to mention the obvious Planet of the Apes (1968) because we're damn, dirty apes. If you'd like to follow us on social media or send us a message, check us out at our website. Thank you, as always, for listening!
Mark and Michael take a look at the thirteenth episode of The Twilight Zone (1959), "The Four of Us Are Dying." From IMDB's description, "A man who can change his face to look like other people uses his ability to improve his life, regardless of his effect on others."If you'd like to watch the episode prior to listening to our breakdown, it can be found here. If you'd like to watch along with us, next week's episode is "Third from the Sun."Here are some of the things we reference during the episode: Singin' in the Rain The Simpsons The Thing Terminator 2: Judgment Day Catch Me if You Can The Talented Mr. Ripley Touch of Evil Revenge of the Nerds National Lampoon's Animal House Porky's American Pie If you'd like to follow us on social media or send us a message, check us out at our website. Thank you, as always, for listening!
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Deja Reviewed
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Started
Oct 30th, 2019
Latest Episode
Aug 11th, 2020
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38
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