Hey, all. So my literature students are beginning Saul Bellow's excellent 1956 novella Seize the Day tomorrow. Thinking about contextual stuff, I realized that this fine movie, Patterns, is on the YouTube, free, for the time being, anyway. I think that Serling was at his best somewhat away from the over-allegorizing that afflicted a lot of The Twilight Zone episodes. His screenplays for Seven Days in May (1964) and Requiem for a Heavyweight (1962) were great stuff. Here also is the link to the restored Playhouse 90 live-TV production of Heavyweight, with Jack Palance and Keenan Wynn, complete with the original commercials (Camel, All-State Insurance, national gas producers, etc.). Starts at 8:02. The film version, with Anthony Quinn, Jackie Gleason, and Mickey Rooney is really well done, too. Anyway, I thought I'd offer the link & suggestions. Probably no more than 5% of my students will watch Patterns since it's in the dreaded black-and-white, but Tele lovers are dinosaurs with subtle stomps.