The Ray Bradbury Theater

Season 5 Episode 12

Here There Be Tygers

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Aired Unknown Nov 30, 1990 on USA
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Here There Be Tygers
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Unknown to an exploratory team, the Utopia-like world they have discovered has yet to unleash its deadly forces.

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      • Chatterton: And here there by tygers, my friend. Don't you forget that.
        Driscoll: What?
        Chatterton: "Here there by tygers." What old explorers would write on their charts to identify dangerous places.

      • Forester: Lets say I go along with you. The planet is alive. It's a race unto itself.
        Driscoll: And a living thing must have a purpose. So suppose the purpose of this world is to make someone--us--happy. Well, what good is a bag full of miracles if you have no one to share it with?

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      • Long before The Ray Bradbury Theater, this short story was slated to be adapted as an episode of the original Twilight Zone. The show was canceled before it could ever be done, however.

      • This episode is based on the short story "Here There Be Tygers" by Ray Bradbury. The story was first published in the Raymond J. Healy edited anthology New Tales of Space and Time (1951).

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