After the main actor puts out the burning fake grass, it is still intact. But a few seconds later, we see it again and the grass is mysteriously gone with only an empty rectangular area of the "floor" remaining.
When Bob and Millie are standing in front of the church sign, the times read "Services: 8 10 12 AM."
When the camera pans to Rod Serling for his opening narration, backstage equipment and crewmembers can be seen briefly.
Narrator: Bob and Millie Frazier, average young New Yorkers who attended a party in the country last night and on the way home took a detour. Most of us on waking in the morning know exactly where we are; the rooster or the alarm clock brings us out of sleep into the familiar sights, sounds, aromas of home and the comfort of a routine day ahead. Not so with our young friends. This will be a day like none they've ever spent--and they'll spend it in the Twilight Zone.
Narrator: The moral of what you've just seen is clear. If you drink, don't drive. And if your wife has had a couple, she shouldn't drive either. You might both just wake up with a whale of a headache in a deserted village in the Twilight Zone.