[Editor’s note: The following post contains spoilers for “” first season finale, “Blurryman.”]

As the host of CBS All Access’ “The Twilight Zone” reboot, has admirably taken on the Rod Serling role of providing the intro and outro commentary of each episode. Peele’s appearance before the opening and end credits has kept alive a tradition first started by Serling in October 1959, but it’s one Peele blows up entirely in the reboot’s first season finale, “Blurryman.” The episode’s script, written by Alex Rubens, takes a meta approach to the entire franchise in order to debate popular entertainment and art and figure out how and if “The Twilight Zone” represents an intersection of these terms.

The episode begins resembling a normal installment of “The Twilight Zone.”

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