Host: (opening narration) Meet Rachel Stark. She may think she's ready to quit her job and leave her students behind, but today this teacher's gonna learn a lesson in commitment, courtesy of The Twilight Zone.
Teacher: Three pages by Friday, people. Answer the immortal question. If they had lived, would Romeo and Juliet have stayed together, or were they just Shakespeare's version of Justin and Britney?
Host: (closing narration) Rachel Stark didn't ask to be special. She didn't want to be a hero. But sometimes fate reaches out a cold hand to tap your shoulder from The Twilight Zone.
Sunnyvale was also the name of the retirement home in the segment "Kick The Can" for Twilight Zone: The Movie.
The idea of someone who can see death as a ghostly light in the face of those soon to die, including themselves, was explored in the original TZ episode "The Purple Testament." That episode's title comes from Shakespeare's Richard the Third and Rachel teaches the Bard in this episode.