This is a very comedic and way out there episode concerning a man and his demented imaginary friend. I enjoyed this one, with great performances by the leads, especially Peter Dobson as Eddie, the imaginary friend, who appearred to have free reign and allowed to be as over-the-top as possible. One of the best comedic Crypt performances, imo, right up there with Jonathan Stark in \\\"My Brother\\\'s Keeper\\\" and Lew Arenberg in \\\"For Cryin\\\' Out Loud\\\". Along for the ride is Tate Donovan, who manages to keep up with the energetic Dobson. While the ending could have been a bit better, this one still delivers on the whacked out level, truly not a serious episode by no means, and I have rewatched it quite a bit and it\\\'s always enjoyable.
This gets a solid seven from me and recommended if you like the funnt Crypts more than the thought provoking serious ones.
It\\\'s worth the watch just to see the great performance by Dobson, although it is a bit silly at times.