Twilight Zone (2002)

Season 1 Episode 34

How Much Do You Love Your Kid?

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Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Feb 26, 2003 on UPN
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How Much Do You Love Your Kid?
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A woman's son is kidnapped and she becomes involved in a licensed reality TV show broadcasting her attempts to recover him.

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  • A clever story about the dangers of reality television

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    This episode ranges from funny to disturbing, similarly to the reality television shows that it tries to imitate. Donna's son is kidnapped by a mystery person and she becomes the star of a reality television show to get him back. The sick nature of teh programme coupled with the ruthlessness of the producers serves up a perfect parabble of morals of reality television.The way some characters almost treat it as a joke is also funny and disturbing, highliting our fairly nonchalant attitudes at the cruelty of some television shows. The final twist, while perhaps not mindblowing, is a clever one and ends on a poignant note. A true classic.moreless
Wayne Knight

Wayne Knight

Nick Dark

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Steve Bacic

Steve Bacic

Ted Sidchek

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Nico McEown

Nico McEown

Wylie Sidchek

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    • Nick Dark: Yeah we're unscripted. Yeah we're gonna make mistakes, and sometimes we're gonna get flat-out boned. But when you're in search of raw human drama, that's a chance we're willing to take.

    • Host: (opening narration) Meet Donna Sidchek. Just another person living beyond her means in uncertain times and looking for a short break from the reality of her existence. We're about to see just how far Donna is willing to go, when another kind of reality intrudes, in the Twilight Zone.

    • Host: (closing narration) There's reality and there's entertainment. There's a life you lead and the fantasies you're led to, by a small but powerful group of people known as television executives, who recently discovered the entertainment value of real life. And in the future if you think there's a risk they won't take, a line they won't cross, than we have an offer to make and some time for you to spend in The Twilight Zone.

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