The Twilight Zone

Season 3 Episode 1

The Curious Case of Edgar Witherspoon

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Sep 24, 1988 on CBS
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The Curious Case of Edgar Witherspoon
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A woman tries to get her Uncle Edgar committed, believing that he is senile. The investigating doctor finds Edgar living in an apartment containing all kinds of junk. Edgar claims that a mysterious Voice tells him him what junk to collect, and to assemble it into a device that constantly keeps the world in balance.moreless

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    Harry Morgan

    Harry Morgan

    Edgar Witherspoon

    Guest Star

    Cedric Smith

    Cedric Smith

    Jeremy Sinclair

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    Barbara Chilcott

    Barbara Chilcott

    Mrs. Milligan

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      • (Opening Narration)
        Narrator: One old man in a private world of irrational urgencies. For Dr. Jeremy Sinclair not too common sight but Edgar Witherspoon is a most uncommon old man with a secret that reaches out to the four corners of the Earth as the good doctor is about to discover.

      • (Closing Narration)
        Narrator: If in the next few months you notice that there has been a spate of catastrophes or things are just not going right, remember that Edgar Witherspoon's replacement is learning how to make some precise adjustments. Don't worry, his education will not last long and then you might give thanks to a physician whose practice extends to the well-being of the entire planet. Dr. Jeremy Sinclair offers a unique form of preventive medicine found only in the Twilight Zone.

    • NOTES (1)

      • Starting with the third season, the series went into Canadian syndication and aired simply as single half-hour episodes in a 30-minute format. Robin Ward takes over as narrator from Charles Aidman.

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