Puppets Who Kill

The Twilight Place

Season 2, Ep 13, Aired 4/23/04
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  • Episode Description
  • Dan gets rid of the TV to stop the gang doing nothing but sitting around watching it so Cuddles and Rocko buy their own set from a thrift shop but it turns out to be cursed.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Dan Redican

    Dan Barlow

  • Bruce Hunter

    Rocko (Puppeteer)

  • Bob Martin

    Cuddles (Puppeteer)

  • Gord Robertson

    Bill (Puppeteer)

  • James Rankin

    Buttons the Bear (Puppeteer)

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (5)

    • Scratch: I'm aware that you guys took advantage of me but that's a two way street.

    • Rocko: We gotta do something before I kill someone! Buttons: Huh? Rocko: I mean, again.

    • Dan: Did you know that if you press a leaf into some clay, you can make a veryy nice ashtray? Bill: Did you know if I press a big knife in your back, you'd make a really nice hat rack?

    • The Twilight Place Host: It is said that the best laid plans of mice and men often go astray but so can the plans of tough dogs, small bears and ventriloquist dummies. A lesson in technological terror courtesy of the Twilight Place....

    • Cuddles: Someone tell me he's kidding. "The Twilight Place" Host: No Cuddles, he's not kidding. For Dan Barlow is on a mission, a mission to save the troubled souls of four television addicts. But what Dan doesn't realize is that the door is opening, doesn't just let people out, it may actually let something in, a frightening, twisted something that can only be found in... The Twilight Place.

    Notes (2)

    • Most of this episode is shot in Black & White

    • The regular opening does not begin this episode. Instead of the usual Puppets Who Kill intro the show starts immediately and there's a Twilight Zone like opening a few minutes in.

    Trivia (1)

    • The Evil Head mentions that three of Bill's secret fears are fire, spiders and chocolate cake.

    Allusions (1)

    • Twilight Zone The title of this episode, as well as the plot and look, refers to the anthology series The Twilight Zone that originally aired in the early 60's. Hosted by Rod Serling, each episode told a tale of human morality with tones ranging from suspense and tragedy to humor and drama.

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