The discovery of human remains in the bottom of a well leads to the reinvestigation of the case of a housewife who went missing during Orson Welles' radio broadcast of "War of the Worlds".

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Audrey Metz '38
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Will Paige '38
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Will Paige '07
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Robert 'Dobber' Metz '38
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Penny Centavo '07
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The discovery of human remains in the bottom of a well leads to the reinvestigation of the case of a housewife who went missing during Orson Welles' radio broadcast of "War of the Worlds".

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4 November 2007 (USA)  »

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This episode marks the 100th episode of the series. See more »

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The day after the War of the Worlds broadcast (originally broadcast 10/31/1938), Felton Metz is sitting by the radio listening to Glenn Miller's "Moonlight Serenade". The commercial version of that song, as heard in this episode, wasn't released until the following year. See more »

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John Stillman: You two believe in Martians?
Lilly Rush: Is this the woman who disappeared in the 30s?
John Stillman: Audrey W. Metz. It was the end of the world!
Lilly Rush: My grandmother was 8. Said she had nightmares for over a year.
Scotty Valens: What the hell are you guys talking about?
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You Can't Put The Wool Over My Eyes
Performed by Benny Goodman
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24 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It just seemed to me that some of the characters' ages were off in this episode. First off, when they discover the woman's body by the well, Lilli says something to the effect of her being gone for about 50 years, however, the crime happened closer to 70 years prior. That said, some of those characters (Will Paige, man standing next to Audrey in the soup line) would be close to 100 years old. I know it would be difficult to find actors close to that age (or apparently, apply sufficient makeup to make them look that way), but I just found the entire episode very disconcerting because of that fact. Overall, I did enjoy the episode's content, though.


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