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Re: Best Twilight Zone episode. Go.

Posted: 27 Nov 2015, 4:00pm
by tepista
Dr. Medulla wrote:
tepista wrote:
Dr. Medulla wrote:Yesterday KTLA had a TZ marathon, so I caught a few.
How do you get KTLA?
One of the channels on our cable package. We get a lot of the non-network channels, like TBS and WGN.
Yeah but those are syndicated national channels. I didn't know KTLA was also. Now you can enjoy Bob Eubanks host the Rose Parade. In the past they've had local sports.

Re: Best Twilight Zone episode. Go.

Posted: 27 Nov 2015, 4:04pm
by Dr. Medulla
tepista wrote:
Dr. Medulla wrote:
tepista wrote:
Dr. Medulla wrote:Yesterday KTLA had a TZ marathon, so I caught a few.
How do you get KTLA?
One of the channels on our cable package. We get a lot of the non-network channels, like TBS and WGN.
Yeah but those are syndicated national channels. I didn't know KTLA was also. Now you can enjoy Bob Eubanks host the Rose Parade. In the past they've had local sports.
I saw plenty of ads yesterday for the parade and every time I thought, "In the butt, Bob." (I thought KTLA was like those big ol' national channels.)

Re: Best Twilight Zone episode. Go.

Posted: 27 Nov 2015, 4:19pm
by tepista
Dr. Medulla wrote: (I thought KTLA was like those big ol' national channels.)
Well, if it's on cable packages all over North America then I guess it is. I had no idea.

Re: Best Twilight Zone episode. Go.

Posted: 27 Nov 2015, 5:21pm
by Silent Majority
Funny, I just re-downloaded all 156 original episodes to work through with Ni. We watched the Monsters Are Due On Maple Street last night. What an effective slice of antisocial paranoia, perfectly of its time and ours.

Re: Best Twilight Zone episode. Go.

Posted: 27 Nov 2015, 5:28pm
by Dr. Medulla
Silent Majority wrote:Funny, I just re-downloaded all 156 original episodes to work through with Ni. We watched the Monsters Are Due On Maple Street last night. What an effective slice of antisocial paranoia, perfectly of its time and ours.
Sadly yes. It's a funny satire of suburbia (or its myth of alienated conformity) and less funny satireof McCarthyism and, now, Islamophobia.

Re: Best Twilight Zone episode. Go.

Posted: 27 Nov 2015, 5:39pm
by Marky Dread
Silent Majority wrote:Funny, I just re-downloaded all 156 original episodes to work through with Ni. We watched the Monsters Are Due On Maple Street last night. What an effective slice of antisocial paranoia, perfectly of its time and ours.
Point me in the right direction please.

Re: Best Twilight Zone episode. Go.

Posted: 27 Nov 2015, 5:43pm
by Silent Majority
Marky Dread wrote:
Silent Majority wrote:Funny, I just re-downloaded all 156 original episodes to work through with Ni. We watched the Monsters Are Due On Maple Street last night. What an effective slice of antisocial paranoia, perfectly of its time and ours.
Point me in the right direction please.
https://pirateproxy.pl/torrent/5074173/ ... od_Serling

Re: Best Twilight Zone episode. Go.

Posted: 27 Nov 2015, 8:03pm
by Marky Dread
Silent Majority wrote:
Marky Dread wrote:
Silent Majority wrote:Funny, I just re-downloaded all 156 original episodes to work through with Ni. We watched the Monsters Are Due On Maple Street last night. What an effective slice of antisocial paranoia, perfectly of its time and ours.
Point me in the right direction please.
https://pirateproxy.pl/torrent/5074173/ ... od_Serling
:cool:
Thanks man.

Re: Best Twilight Zone episode. Go.

Posted: 27 Nov 2015, 9:13pm
by tepista
Dr. Medulla wrote:
Silent Majority wrote:Funny, I just re-downloaded all 156 original episodes to work through with Ni. We watched the Monsters Are Due On Maple Street last night. What an effective slice of antisocial paranoia, perfectly of its time and ours.
Sadly yes. It's a funny satire of suburbia (or its myth of alienated conformity) and less funny satireof McCarthyism and, now, Islamophobia.
I also love The Shelter.

Re: Best Twilight Zone episode. Go.

Posted: 27 Nov 2015, 9:22pm
by revbob
tepista wrote:
Dr. Medulla wrote:
Silent Majority wrote:Funny, I just re-downloaded all 156 original episodes to work through with Ni. We watched the Monsters Are Due On Maple Street last night. What an effective slice of antisocial paranoia, perfectly of its time and ours.
Sadly yes. It's a funny satire of suburbia (or its myth of alienated conformity) and less funny satireof McCarthyism and, now, Islamophobia.
I also love The Shelter.
Yeah that's a good one.

Re: Best Twilight Zone episode. Go.

Posted: 24 Mar 2016, 4:52pm
by Silent Majority
Still doing my sporadic watch of all of the Twilight Zone. Was amazed last night, rewatching the Lonely Convict On An Asteroid Who Gets A Row-butt Woman to be told that the lovely young thing was Jean Marsh, who has spent the last fifty years rivalling Shatner for constant work. I knew her most as a crazy religious lady on Emmerdale, the British soap, for years. I always assume that everyone I see on that show died of chronic alcoholism in cheap LA hotels in the seventies or eighties.

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Re: Best Twilight Zone episode. Go.

Posted: 24 Mar 2016, 5:48pm
by tepista
emotional episode. didnt realize she was such a constant worker. In AH's Frenzy, I see!

Re: Best Twilight Zone episode. Go.

Posted: 12 Apr 2016, 4:02pm
by Dr. Medulla
"Shadowplay" was just on. I love the frustrated sense of doom that drenches every second of that episode. It's top five for me.

Re: Best Twilight Zone episode. Go.

Posted: 12 Apr 2016, 11:01pm
by Kory
I haven't seen this one since I was a kid, but I recall really liking the one where the guy makes a deal with the devil for immortality, but then winds up with a life sentence because of a crime of passion.

Re: Best Twilight Zone episode. Go.

Posted: 13 Apr 2016, 2:51am
by Silent Majority
Kory wrote:I haven't seen this one since I was a kid, but I recall really liking the one where the guy makes a deal with the devil for immortality, but then winds up with a life sentence because of a crime of passion.
That's a goodie. I watched Sebastian Cabot play a I-was-the-Devil-all-along! in last night's one, with a petty crim getting everything he wanted and then getting bored with it, then having to endure it forever.