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    Welcome to Sunnyside Mondo's Avatar
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    I feel like there are so many I haven't seen.. and I try to watch a couple hours of it each year when the Twilight Zone marathon is on.
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    Love TZ!!
    My favorite episode is where the space-naughts land on the planet where it's a huge retirement home/museum of people frozen into position doing what their favorite thing in life was. I can so see something like that happening someday

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    Also (if you feel like thinking about it), do you think there's any functions/letters that would be associated with finding that show appealing?
    no.... stop doing that, please. So, so flawed to think about types this way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou View Post
    "The Twilight Zone" is my second favorite show of all time after "The Simpsons". I love the marathons they show on the Sci-Fi Network (and that's about the only thing I watch on that channel.)

    My favorites include Escape Clause, Time Enough At Last, Third From The Sun, The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street, The After Hours, Eye Of The Beholder, Long Distance Call, Will The Real Martian Please Stand Up, It's A Good Life, To Serve Man, The Dummy, Living Doll, I Am The Night - Color Me Black, and An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge, which was the only episode that was actually a short film not made by the producers.
    Time Enough At Last traumatized my mother. She brings it up every time she can't find her glasses.

    Eye Of The Beholder is phenomenal. I don't know how they manage to go the entire episode without showing faces and yet not inspiring suspicion for it.

    Oh! I just remembered one I loved! It's the one where this old dude on his death bed has his family and himself wear masks reflecting their respective personalities.

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    I love The Twilight Zone! I usually like anything strange and unusual. Time Enough At Last has always haunted me, especially when I'd like some time alone from my family. Just remembering that episode makes me appreciate them more.
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    Ya - The Twilight Zone, The X-Files, The Thirteenth Floor... I'm into spookiness.

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    I always liked, "Next stop, Willoughby" and the one about the old guy and his dog who died; they go to what he thinks is heaven but the gatekeeper won't let the dog in. The old guy says "then I don't want to stay here either" and they keep walking. They come to another gate and the gatekeeper says "this is heaven and all dogs are allowed." He tells him the other place was hell. That one always got me.

    I like the episode with Carol Burnett, but I can't remember what it's about.
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