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Episode 38 – “Man in a Bottle”

What do we desire, and what is of value?  This episode begins with those questions. Anelderly lady brings a used wine bottle to an antique/junk shop claiming it is an heirloom. But the item is something no one desires – … Continue reading

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Episode 18 – “The Last Flight”

There are consequences of our actions, though of course, since effects come after causes, we don’t experience those effects at the time they are caused.  For contiguous effects, we don’t have to wait long.  But other effects are long in … Continue reading

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Episode 3 “Mr. Denton on Doomsday”

It’s difficult to watch the opening scene without feeling embarrassed and sad for Al Denton.  Serling’s description of Denton’s character captures the key issue: Denton would give an arm or a leg for a “second chance.”  We’re placed in a … Continue reading

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