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The Twilight Zone

Season 2 Episode 21

The Girl I Married

Aired Friday 8:00 PM Jul 17, 1987 on CBS
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The Girl I Married
An attorney and his wife have successful careers. They feel something is lacking in their marriage. Soon, they encounter younger versions of their mates.

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  • Couple remembers with nostalgia their past. Sadly, the past is not really what they are looking for.

    This episode was so out of shape and it didn't feel like other better episodes of this season. First of all, the hippies dont act really like hippies, except for the clothing you would think they are just regular modern people on a costumes party. I was expecting more: peace and love demosntrations, flowers being put in guns, that kind of things. But all we see is a love affair between a suit and a not so hippie woman. The ending is kind of funny, with the tow hippies vanishing, i guess because they were young and didn't really know what real love is. Definitely not my kind of episode, no monsters, no creatures from beyond and no time traveling.moreless

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    • (Closing Narration)
      Narrator: It has been said that the 80's is just the 60's; 20 years later. The costumes may change, but the cast remains: the arrogant, the radical, the naive, and the cynical; the misplaced and the spaced. Each a stage in the growth of a generation as it treads the tail end of the twentieth century on a long journey through the Twilight Zone.

    • Ira: Hey, hey! I'm still insatiable, you know?
      Valerie: So take an appetite suppressant or something.

    • Valerie: He didn't even recognize me?
      Ira: Sweetheart, you were just a girl back then.
      Valerie: Oh, I see, in other words now I look so much older!
      Ira: No, you're more mature now. Then you were... flighty, silly... cute.
      Valerie: What am I now? Quasimodo?

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