“Know When To Run”

Written by David Lawler
Additional Commentary by Alex Saltz
Original Music by Alex Saltz, APS Mastering
Introduction Music: “Fever” by Rita Moreno, The Muppet Show.
Audio Clips: “Lost In America” (a 1985 film directed by Albert Brooks), “The Fever” and “The Last Flight”.

Recorded December 17, 2015

© BlissVille, David Lawler copyright 2015 for all original vocal and audio content featuring David Lawler and selected guests each episode. Original Music © Alex Saltz copyright 2015. This podcast, “That Twilighty Show About That Zone” is not affiliated with CBS Entertainment, the CBS Television Network, or The Rod Serling Estate. Any and all images, audio clips, and dialogue extracts are the property of their respective copyright owners. This blog and podcast was created for criticism, research, and is completely nonprofit, and should be considered Fair Use as stated in the Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. section 107. It is not an official product, and it should not be sold nor bought; this is intended for private use, and any public broadcast is not recommended. All music clips appear under Fair Use as well. If you’re thinking of suing because you want a piece of the pie, please remember, there is no actual pie. We at BlissVille have no money, and as such, cannot compensate you. If anything, we’re doing you a favor, so please be kind. I do this ’cause it’s fun, and nothing else.

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Running Time: 41:51 Direct Download

One response to ““Know When To Run””

  1. Dat Simpsons quote doe!


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