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Favorite twilight zone episode

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by uriah1, Jul 4, 2013.

  1. suave eddie

    suave eddie Tele-Holic

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  2. LXARudy

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    I really like the one with the woman with the wrapped face and they tell her the surgery wasn't successful and she's hideous. Fun fact. That episodes totally sampled by the band Envy on the Coast in their song Southern Comfort.
     

  3. stxrus

    stxrus Friend of Leo's

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    there are just way too many great episodes to pick just one. one of all time favorite TV shows. Rod Serling was a true genious and just eerie enough to pull off the hosting. I know what i'm getting for xmas this year. the entire collection
     

  4. BigDaddyLH

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    I hinted last Xmus (or wuz it the year before?) They had the boxed set at Costco.
     

  5. hekawi

    hekawi Poster Extraordinaire

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    "A Game of Pool" starring Jonathan Winters and Jack Klugman





     
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  6. RCC Passderkins

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    'A penny for your thoughts' with Dick York. He flips a coin, it lands on its side and he's able to hear people's thoughts. That's the one I remember from the Sci-Fi channel marathons when I was a kid. I saw one recently about some astronauts. They had a black out in space and one of them had hallucinations that there were three guys on the trip, but there were actually two. That was pretty good.
     

  7. PumpJockey

    PumpJockey Friend of Leo's Ad Free Member

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    Shatner was also in one where he and his wife stop at a diner with these freaky fortune telling boxes at each table. The fortunes turn out to be true but at the expense of enslaving the people who read them.

    Edit: Might have been a Outer Limits?
     

  8. suave eddie

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    You are correct the first time--It was a Twilight Zone episode.
     

  9. Frank'n'censed

    Frank'n'censed Poster Extraordinaire

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    I have the entire boxset...just watched The Dummy, with Cliff Robertson as a ventriloquist, whose convinced his dummy, Willie, is alive & evil...classic stuff!
     
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  10. scrapyardblue

    scrapyardblue Friend of Leo's Silver Supporter

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    I didn't have to hint. My kids saw how goofy I was over the series and bought me the box 7-8 years ago.
     
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  11. Recce

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  12. Frank'n'censed

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  13. ac15

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    Yeah, great one.

    Hard to pick one though.

    I love “To Serve Man” because it’s so ridiculous.

    Regardless, one of the top 5 best TV shows of all time.
     
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  14. 24 track

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    that was william shater's first film role, that episode aired only a few times when it was first done , It scared the beegeezers out of I was 8 yrs old, that is why they redid it for the TWILIGHTZONE MOVIE.
     

  15. charlie chitlin

    charlie chitlin Doctor of Teleocity Silver Supporter

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    I think there was one where William Shatner and Elizabeth Montgomery were the last people on earth.
    They might not have been the last...and it might not have been William Shatner...but Elizabeth Montgomery was SMOKIN' hot...that's what I really remember.
     
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  16. drf64

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    Charles Bronson. See above. But yeah, Elizabeth was hot.
     

  17. drf64

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    "I'm talky Tina, and I'm going to kill you!"
     
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  18. drf64

    drf64 Friend of Leo's

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    I don't think this was a Twilight Zone, unless I've missed one.
     

  19. 24 track

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    I think this was a twilight zone the episode wher a man and a woman meet for the first time and cant escape from where they are there is a train but it circles around and drops back where they started and at the end then they discover every thing is artificial so they hide in a house, a giant kid pulls the roof off of their house and they are like ants in a ant farm
     

  20. Teleguy61

    Teleguy61 Tele-Afflicted

    Owl Creek Bridge-now that one is great!
     

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