It’s that time of year again. Syfy’s Independence Day Twilight Zone marathon is upon us. But if you got spoiled by Syfy’s epic marathon of all 156 episodes over New Year’s, I’ve got some bad news for you: They’re only airing 57 episodes this weekend. We’ve still got the entire schedule below.

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There are plenty of other ways to watch The Twilight Zone on streaming services if you’re so inclined. Amazon Prime currently has Seasons 1, 2, 3 and 5 streaming. And Netflix has the same. Hulu Plus even has the odd duck season 4. (That’s the one where the episodes are an hour instead of a half-hour.) And all five seasons are available for purchase on iTunes.

Some people prefer to watch the Twilight Zone marathon on Syfy out of a sense of tradition, and I begrudge no one that privilege. But if you want to cheat on an episode here and there I promise not to tell. The schedule is below, but I’ve included links to each episode on streaming services. Your secret is safe with me.

July 3rd, 11:30pm: A Kind of Stopwatch

The one where a man has a watch that can stop time.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, Midnight: Night Call

The one where a woman keeps getting mysterious calls. At night.

[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 12:30am: The Changing of the Guard

The one where they do the whole It’s a Wonderful Life thing, but it’s about a teacher and his students or something.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 1:00am: The 7th Is Made Up of Phantoms

The one where soldiers travel back in time to Little Big Horn.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 1:30am: Probe 7 Over and Out

The one where a man stranded on a distant planet meets a stranded woman from a different planet.

[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 2:00am: The Last Flight

The one where a WWI British pilot lands in the future which is our past if you really think about it.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 2:30am: The Little People

The one where two astronauts land on a planet of tiny people and one astronaut decides to rule them as a god which goes about as well as you’d expect.

[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 3:00am: A Nice Place to Visit

The one where a cop-killer gets everything he could wish for from a mysterious guy who’s definitely not Satan.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 3:30am: Twenty-Two

The one where a woman is having nightmares, a nervous breakdown, or both.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 4:00am: Queen of the Nile

The one where a reporter gets mixed up with a Hollywood beauty who has a secret about why she never seems to age.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 4:30am: The Rip Van Winkle Caper

The one where criminals steal a bunch of gold and then put themselves in suspended animation so that they can spend their gold in the future and give it to Ron Paul 2012.

[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 5:00am: The Lonely

The one where a prisoner living on an asteroid falls in love with a robot woman.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 5:30am: In Praise of Pip

The one where a bookie tries to make amends to his son.

[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 6:00am: Mr. Bevis

The one where a man gets some help from his guardian angel.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 6:30am: The Old Man in the Cave

The one where people in a post-apocalyptic world worship an unseen man in a cave, which you shouldn’t read anything into at all.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 7:00am: Mr. Dingle, the Strong

The one where a guy who’s always getting picked on gains super-human strength because a two-headed alien wants to experiment with Earthlings.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 7:30am: Mirror Image

The one where a woman waiting for a bus starts seeing her doppelganger at the bus station but she’s not sure what to do about it.

[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 8:00am: A Penny for Your Thoughts

The one where a man can read people’s minds and learns that literally everybody is terrible.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 8:30am: People Are Alike All Over

The one where a man crash-lands on Mars and discovers a strange race of people.

[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 9:00am: Two

The one where the entire world has destroyed itself and just two people from opposing factions remain and everybody learns that war isn’t good.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 9:30am: The Hunt

The one where a hunter comes back from a hunt and nobody can see or hear him because he’s probably dead, which is unfortunate because he’d really prefer to be alive.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 10:00am: Walking Distance

The one where a man accidentally travels into the past and talks with himself as a young kid.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 10:30am: Stopover in a Quiet Town

The one where a couple wakes up in a strange town and tries to figure out what they did last night after partying too hard.

[Netflix- Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 11:00am: A Game of Pool

The one where a guy plays pool against a ghost to prove that he really is the best of all time but even if he wins he’ll have to say that he beat a ghost which is a hard thing to prove when you think about it.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 11:30am: One for the Angels

The one where a traveling salesman makes a deal with Death to live just a little bit longer.

[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 12:00pm: Number Twelve Looks Just Like You

The one where “old” people take new bodies in a utopian future where nobody ever gets old which sounds awesome because in reality we’ll all be dead really soon.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 12:30pm: Nick of Time

The one where Captain Kirk and his new bride play a fortune-telling machine at a diner and get spooked.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 1:00pm: The Bewitchin’ Pool

The one where two kids can access a magical land through a portal in the bottom of their swimming pool.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 1:30pm: Five Characters in Search of an Exit

The one that clearly inspired Saw but without all the super gross stuff, although it does have a creepy clown so there’s that.

[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 2:00pm: The Dummy

The one where a ventriloquist thinks his dummy is alive which seems to be a recurring theme in The Twilight Zone.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 2:30pm: I Sing the Body Electric

The one where a robot grandmother is written by Ray Bradbury.

[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 3:00pm: Little Girl Lost

The one where a man’s daughter goes missing but he can hear her cries for help.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 3:30pm: It’s a Good Life

The one where children are again shown to be history’s greatest monsters.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 4:00pm: Kick the Can

The one where an old man thinks he’s discovered the secret of youth through an old game but I forget the name of the game exactly.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 4:30pm: The Invaders

The one where a rural woman is terrorized by alien invaders that definitely aren’t from Earth.

[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 5:00pm: The Odyssey of Flight 33

The one where a commercial plane travels back in time and there’s dinosaurs and stuff.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 5:30pm: The Hitchhiker

The one where a woman keeps seeing the same hitchhiker over and over again.

[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 6:00pm: The Masks

The one where greedy people must wear ugly masks for a night to claim their inheritance.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 6:30pm: The Obsolete Man

The one where a librarian in a futuristic totalitarian dystopia goes on trial.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 7:00pm: Living Doll

The one where a father goes to war with his daughter’s doll.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 7:30pm: A Stop At Willoughby

The one where a big city business man falls asleep during his commute and dreams of a small town community of the past, then gets a chance to go there if he wants.

[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 8:00pm: The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street

The one where everybody turns on each other when mysterious things happen and it’s probably aliens or Communists or something.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 8:30pm: Eye of the Beholder

The one where beautiful people learn that they’re super ugly or something.

[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 9:00pm: To Serve Man

The one where an alien race lands on Earth to help humans out and nothing else happens and everybody lives happily ever after.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 9:30pm: Time Enough At Last

The one where a book nerd survives a nuclear apocalypse only to get bullied by God, who apparently hates people with poor vision.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 10:00pm: Nightmare at 20,000 Feet

The one where Captain Kirk starts seeing something on the wing of a plane that’s probably just a teddy bear that’s come to life oh god why is he shooting at it oh god why.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 10:30pm: Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up

The one where some local cops try to find out which stranded bus passenger is actually a Martian.

[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 11:00pm: Where Is Everybody?

The one where a test pilot doesn’t remember where he is and has no idea why the town he’s wandering is vacant.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 4th, 11:30pm: The Howling Man

The one where there’s this dude that howls to be let out of his prison cell but you probably shouldn’t let him out of his prison cell.

[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 5th, Midnight: The Midnight Sun

The one where the sun never sets and the heat is unbelievably oppressive but there’s a twist and I bet you can’t guess what it is.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 5th, 12:30am: Third From the Sun

The one where nuclear destruction is going to wipe out the earth so two people plot to steal a spaceship.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 5th, 1:00am: Long Distance Call

The one where a young boy can talk to his dead grandma through a toy phone.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 5th, 1:30am: A Most Unusual Camera

The one where some crooks get ahold of a camera that can see the future.

[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 5th, 2:00am: A Hundred Yards Over the Rim

The one where a man from olden times leaves his wagon train to go find help for his son but he slips into the future and what he finds is that future people aren’t so bad after all.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 5th, 2:30am: The After Hours

The one where a woman tries to return something to a department store but discovers a floor where the mannequins are creepier than usual.

[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 5th, 3:00am: Nightmare as a Child

The one where a creepy little girl reminds a young woman about her mother.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]


July 5th, 3:30am: Death’s Head Revisited

The one where a Nazi piece of shit finds himself back at the concentration camps on trial.

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[Netflix - Amazon Prime]