All the ropes used by the tiny people to pull down Craig's statue vanish instantly in the next shot, when the statue hits the ground.
Fletcher: It occurs to me I haven't seen you take any water.
Craig: Well, I'm a whiskey man myself, or hadn't you noticed?
Fletcher: You're no god, Craig. That's not what you are at all. The only trouble is by now you've probably gotten them to believe in the devil.
Craig: Whoever invented this stuff must have had stomach trouble; a very bitter character with no compassion for his fellow man or their stomachs. Well, there may come a moment in time when I'll enjoy this.
Fletcher: "There may come a moment in time" when you'll lick a rock as if it were the drumstick of a Thanksgiving turkey! But for the time being, buddy, you'll eat what is prescribed to eat! And if you've got any set of deep-rooted complaints, you put 'em down in a ledger somewhere, don't spray 'em all over me! It's a waste of effort. It's also dull, and it's tough to live with! You read me, Craig?
Craig: (unimpressed) Loud and clear.
Fletcher: Then dwell on it! And while you're dwelling on it, you might count a few blessings. Now we don't have much food or water, that's a fact. But we landed in a place where there's oxygen, and we can survive. We walked away from it without a single bone out of place. Now, the standing order is as follows: you got tears to shed, save them for night and weep them into your pillow. don't bother me with them! Now how do you read me?
Craig: (sarcastic) Still loud and clear, Commander.
Narrator: The case of navigator Peter Craig, a victim of a delusion. In this case, the dream dies a little harder than the man. A small exercise in space psychology that you can try on for size--in the Twilight Zone.
Narrator: The time is the space age, the place is a barren landscape of a rock-walled canyon that lies millions of miles from the planet Earth. The cast of characters? You've met them: William Fletcher, commander of the spaceship; his copilot, Peter Craig. The other characters who inhabit this place you may never see, but they're here, as these two gentlemen will soon find out. Because they're about to partake in a little exploration into that gray, shaded area in space and time that's known as the Twilight Zone.
This is the episode that inspired The Simpson's "Treehouse of Horror VII" segment titled "The Genesis Tub" in Season 8.
Included on volume 33 of Image-Entertainment's DVD collection.
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