Wow, this show is utterly amazing! Rod Serling is one of the greatest science fiction writers of all time, and so is Charles Beaumont! "The Twilight Zone" has timeless stories about morality that are just as applicable today as they were in the early 1960s. Another part of it's charm is how Rod announces it everyday, which is usually hilarious because of his strange way of talking. I swear, he must be from outer space. No human could come up with such great ideas. Rod's favorite themes in The T-Zone seem to be space exploration, isolation and war. It's impossible to pick a favorite episode of "The Twilight Zone" since so many are memorable and amazing, but here are a few:
1. "Eye of the Beholder" - Woman gets plastic surgery to be "normal".
2. "A Stop at Willoughby" - Man escapes to a magical town called Willoughby.
3. "The After Hours" - Woman discovers that she is a mannequinn.
4. "Five Characters in Search of an Exit" - An army man, a clown, a hobo, a ballerina and a bagpipe player try to escape an enclosed area.
5. "Miniature" - A man becomes obsessed with a doll that he believes is alive.
6. "The New Exhibit" - Chaos ensures after a man brings home wax figures based off famous murderers.
7. "Number 12 Looks Just Like You" - In the future, you must "transform" your body to look more like a supermodel (which is scarily happening now).
8. "It's a Good Life" - It's really good that I think this episode is good, it really is!
9. "The Masks" - A family wears the masks of who they truly are.
10. "The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street" - A suburban town loses all control when the power goes out.
11. "Twenty-Two" - A psychological patient has a recurring nightmare about room 22.
12. "Perhance to Dream" - A man thinks that if he falls asleep, he'll die.
Rod Serling, you rule!