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Is Anybody Watching 11.22.63 - The Rabbit Hole Sometimes the past doesn't want to be changed! School teacher Jake Epping, (James Franco), travels back in time to prevent the assassination of John F. Kennedy, thinking that the world would have been a better place had Kennedy not been killed.  However, he finds that easier said than done due to a myriad of obstacles and misfortunes, most notably, the past itself. Jake quickly learns that the past pushes back against being changed. Episode 1 of 11.22.63 - The Rabbit Hole The premier episode hooked us right in. We are all glad we decided to give this show a watch. We start off discussing the J.J. Abrams connection (Bryan Burke) and other familiar faces.  Kevin J. O'Connor    Chris Cooper Leon Rippey   James Franco Onto our first tangent lamenting the loss of several TV shows cancelled the week of this recording. (Castle being the one Miranda is most upset about) We discuss the merits of Harry's A+ grade on his story, Al and Ziggy's Diner, and the Yellow Card Man's creepy vibe (ala Fringe's observers). Al goes from zero to dead in 2 minutes. Time traveler's rules for success #1 EMPTY YOUR POCKETS and change clothes first!   Rule #2: Test the waters, reset, return making adjustments to the plan. It's an interesting way to "learn" about history racial discrimination gender discrimination politics of the 60's conspiracy theories The past fights back via the phone booth,  the car crash, the restaurant, flirty women, people having sex in restaurants, and burning houses (and kids). Time to go to Kentucky and perhaps right a smaller wrong the past may not care as much about. Enter Josh Duhamel as Frank Dunning  Just a sweet ol' guy trying to take his kids out for some ice cream... With a creepy grin to let us know he's not such a good guy! We Love Feedback! Subscribe and Review us on iTunes and/or Stitcher, and Google Play Feel free to comment, give us your theories, answer our questions, suggest shows for future “seasons”, or just say hello. Voicemail: 346-202-HERO (4376) Email: anybodywatchingcast@gmail.com Twitter: @AnybodyWatching Facebook/IsAnybodyWatching

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