When Alan Richards first gets into his car, the driver's side window is rolled up. After a quick cutaway, the car is shown again and the window is down.
Narrator: The carcass of a goat, a dead finger, a few bits of broken glass and stone, and Mr. Alan Richards, a modern man of a modern age, hating with all his heart something in which he cannot believe and preparing, although he doesn't know it, to take the longest walk of his life, right down to the center of the Twilight Zone.
Alan: Chad, tell me something. If you wanted to get hold of a dead goat on a hour's notice, where would you go?
Chad:: To a psychiatrist.
Alan:: This is a lion's tooth. I gather I'm being protected from lions.
Chad: In... New York City?
Chad: Well, you have to admit, it's doing a fine job.
Narrator: Some superstitions, kept alive by the long night of ignorance, have their own special power. You'll hear of it through a jungle grapevine in a remote corner of the Twilight Zone.
This episode is based on the short story "The Jungle" by Charles Beaumont. The story was first published in If (December, 1954).
A sequence where Richards takes a cab, but his cab driver silently drops dead at a red light, is absent from the syndicated version.