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  1. #1
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    Thumbs up PSA: Twilight Zone marathon on now!

    I almost forgot, so I thought I would post an alert in case any other TZ fans needed a reminder.
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    The only Twilight worth watching....the Twilight Zone!
    You jump in the saddle,
    Hold onto the bridle!
    Jump in the line!
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    "Living Doll" comes on around 10 PM.

    "My name is Talky Tina and I'm going to kill you!"
    “There are two ways to conquer and enslave a nation. One is by the sword. The other is by debt.”
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    LOVE the old original "Twilight Zone". In fact, love it so much that last Xmas hubby gifted me with the dvd set of all the episodes, original pilot included along with lots of extra stuff.

    But I still always run the tv marathon every New Year's. Have had it on all day.



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    "Living Doll" is a great episode. Talky Tina gives me the creeps! Just tuned in to see the end of "It's a Good Life" with Billy Mumy playing a nasty boy who has powers. I hope they show some I haven't seen before. Happy viewing!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bacardi1 View Post
    LOVE the old original "Twilight Zone". In fact, love it so much that last Xmas hubby gifted me with the dvd set of all the episodes, original pilot included along with lots of extra stuff.

    But I still always run the tv marathon every New Year's. Have had it on all day.
    The DVD has been on my gift wish list since it came out. However, like you, even if I had it, I would still keep the marathon on!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jenm View Post
    The DVD has been on my gift wish list since it came out. However, like you, even if I had it, I would still keep the marathon on!
    My husband claims I can quote all the dialogue & story lines from all the episodes. Too scary - lol!



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    I've been watching all day while I pack away Christmas.



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    The entire series is on sale on Amazon.com right now. $150 for the Blu-Ray set.
    Thus do we growl that our big toes have,
    at this moment, been thrown up from below!



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    Love the b/w Twilight Zone's.

    I *just* saw they are having a marathon. I am recording some I haven't seen. I hope I haven't missed any I haven't seen. Oh drats.

    No way Lex would I buy the entire collection. Too much stuff for me to house, and dust. Less stuff is better.

    OMG they are about to take off her bandages. . . . . ..

    Oink!



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    It's the size of a hard-cover book. Hardly takes up too much space.
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    at this moment, been thrown up from below!



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    Quote Originally Posted by rmh_rider View Post
    Love the b/w Twilight Zone's.

    No way Lex would I buy the entire collection. Too much stuff for me to house, and dust. Less stuff is better.
    Actually, the entire collection comes in a tiny little box. Like the footprint of less than 2 rolls of toilet paper.



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    they are on netflicks ;>
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    They did, and still do scare the living daylights out of me!

    And yes, I'm watching
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    Does anyone remember this episode? There is a deformed young man. He's waiting to leave Earth in an exchange program with another planet because he is out of place on Earth. No one knows what the people from the other planet look like. At the end of th episode, he goes to the other planet where they all look like him and he's handsome, and the deformed person from the other planet comes in and she's beautiful. I think she was Donna Douglas, but I cannot find that episode. It is not the episode entitled "Eye of the Beholder" which stars Donna Douglas. The story line is different. It's possible that it was a different series, I guess - the Outer Limits or the other Rod Serling series. We can't find it. Does anyone remember this one?



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