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<b>One hundred and fifty-six episodes, countless twists.</b> Here's how they stack up, from worst to best.

The Twilight Zone (1959 - 1964), it's very interesting, makes me think what if there is a twilight zone, but this series is so cool

The Twilight Zone and Rod Serling. Great stories by Rod Serling and other amazing writers.

Classic Twilight Zone Posters All my favorite episodes, these would make great wall art, between my bookshelves of course.

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17 "Twilight Zone" Episodes To Watch If You've Never Seen "The Twilight Zone"

“Time Enough At Last” (Season 1, Episode 8, 1959) | 17 "Twilight Zone" Episodes To Watch If You've Never Seen "The Twilight Zone"

Rod Serling - The Twilight Zone: The Original series (1959–1964)

On sick days from school, I'd lie in bed and watch this. Love it.

“You’re looking at a species of flimsy little two-legged animals with extremely small heads whose name is Man…Very tiny undeveloped brain; comes from primitive planet named Earth. Calls himself ‘Samuel Conrad’. And he will remain here in his cage with the running water and the electricity and the central heat- as long as he lives. Samuel Conrad has found the Twilight Zone.” -Rod Serling, “People Are Alike All Over”, The Twilight Zone

Twilight Zone ‘The Eye of the Beholder’...Great episode Some mornings this is what I expect to find staring back at me in the mirror, before I put all the mussed up bits back in place.


Twilight Zone Mystic Seer Bobblehead

Twilight Zone "Nick of Time" is episode 43 of the American television anthology series The Twilight Zone. It originally aired on November 18, 1960