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Episode 45 – “The Trouble with Templeton”

Booth Templeton is a distinguished and accomplished actor. But he is also an aging actor, confronting a new world order, the order of the young. “Some of us are young.  Some of us are old.” So says the new, young … Continue reading

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Episode 44 – “The Lateness of the Hour”

Technology can be marvelous. Cars whisk us to our destinations, washing machines clean our clothes. In this episode we see technology in spades: Jaina’s father has created technology that goes beyond our wildest dreams. Robotic servants and a fully controlled … Continue reading

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Episode 29 – “Nightmare as a Child”

Miss Foley’s nightmare as a child wasn’t a dream, it was the actual murder of her mother, witnessed by her as a 10 year old and then suppressed in memory.  Her mother’s murderer knows that she doesn’t remember the murder, … Continue reading

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Episode 5 “Walking Distance”

A forty year old executive in the fast track, Martin Sloan is impatient, tired, and unfulfilled. Stopping to get gas for his fast little sports car, he finds himself just “walking distance” from Homewood, his childhood town. While the car … Continue reading

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