Fifty years in the dimension of imagination … we call the Twilight Zone

Rod Serling on The Mike Wallace Interview

Rod Serling on Fractured Flickers

A rare Rod Serling blooper.

Not much to say about The Twilight Zone. It's one of my favorite television shows and today is the 50th anniversary of the series' debut of the episode "Where is Everybody?"(CBS has this and other episodes available for online viewing.)
Feel free to share your favorites episodes or even the ones you don't like — because there were a few stinkers — in the comments.

Some of my favorites: "Walking Distance," "The Hitch-hiker," "Time Enough at Last," "Third From the Sun," "The Purple Testament," "The Big Tall Wish," "A Stop at Willoughby," "A Passage for Trumpet," "The After Hours," "The Eye of the Beholder," "Nick of Time," "The Howling Man," "The Invaders," "The Odyssey of Flight 33," "Static," "Night of the Meek," "Long Distance Call," "A Hundred Yards Over the Rim," "Shadow Play," "It's a Good Life," "To Serve Man," "The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank," "Little Girl Lost," "The Dummy," "The Incredible World of Horace Ford," "In Praise of Pip," "The Masks," "Night Call," "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet," "The Last Night of a Jockey," "Living Doll," "You Drive," "Caesar and Me," "An Occurence at Owl Creek Bridge," and "The Bewitchin' Pool."


Rod Serling was a genius. Willoughby and Walking Distance are my favs.