|Cromwell Crew Reunion
Varmit Bachelor Blowout Party Weekend
|Comped DinnerS $ $$$$$ ...|
(l to r:) Rob, Geb, Matt, Terry, Harry, Jack K., Brooks, Jack B.
Groom Varmit: enjoying Friday night's
$475 comped dinner - thanks Terry!
A closer look at Terry
reveals he's not so
much listening to Matt
as he is enjoying a
good drunk. Mouseover
above photo to see
Jack is talking about the size of (ahem)
something. (cough, cough)
At the Showboat buffet, June 2001
|Saturday Night Buffet
27 years later, Bag still doesn't
Notice the similarity with 1974 photo.
It's almost scary. Twilight Zone scary.
You're traveling through another dimension, a dimension
not only of sight and sound but of mind. A journey into a
wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination.
There is a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to
man. It is a dimension as vast as space and as timeless
as infinity. It is the middle ground between light and shadow,
between science and superstition, and it lies between the
pit of man’s fears, and the summit of his knowledge. This is
the dimension of imagination. It is an area which we call
... The Twilight Zone.
Clown, hobo, ballet dancer, bagpiper, and an army major — a collection of question marks. Five improbable entities stuck together into a pit of darkness. No logic, no reason, no explanation; just a prolonged nightmare in which fear, loneliness, and the unexplainable walk hand in hand through the shadows. In a moment, we'll start collecting clues as to the whys, the whats, and the wheres. We will not end the nightmare, we'll only explain it — because this is the Twilight Zone
June twenty-fifth 1964—or, if you prefer, June twenty-fifth 1876. The cast of characters in order of their appearance: a patrol of General Custer's cavalry and a patrol of National Guardsmen on a maneuver. Past and present are about to collide head-on, as they are wont to do in a very special bivouac area known as....the Twilight Zone.
Her name is Nan Adams. She's twenty-seven years old. Her occupation: buyer at a New York department store. At present on vacation, driving cross-country to Los Angeles, California from Manhattan. A minor incident on Highway 11 in Pennsylvania, perhaps to be filed away under "Accidents You Would Walk Away From." But from this moment on, Nan Adams' companion on her trip to California...will be terror.
The opening narration of this episode starts with Serling saying the word that Mrs. Bronson is unable to say. "The word that Mrs. Bronson is unable to put into the hot, still, sodden air is 'doomed,' because the people you've just seen have been handed a death sentence. One month ago, the Earth suddenly changed its elliptical orbit and in doing so began to follow a path which gradually, moment by moment, day by day, took it closer to the sun. And all of man's little devices to stir up the air are now no longer luxuries—they happen to be pitiful and panicky keys to survival. The time is five minutes to twelve, midnight. There is no more darkness. The place is New York City and this is the eve of the end, because even at midnight it's high noon, the hottest day in history, and you're about to spend it in the Twilight Zone."
Jesse Cardiff, pool shark. The best on Randolph Street, who will soon learn that trying to be the best at anything carries its own special risks in or out - of The Twilight Zone
The year is 1847, the place is the territory of New Mexico, the people are a tiny handful of men and women with a dream. Eleven months ago, they started out from Ohio and headed west. Someone told them about a place called California, about a warm sun and a blue sky, about rich land and fresh air, and at this moment, almost a year later, they've seen nothing but cold, heat, exhaustion, hunger, and sickness. This man's name is Christian Horn. He has a dying eight-year-old son and a heartsick wife, and he's the only one remaining who has even a fragment of the dream left. Mr. Chris Horn, who's going over the top of a rim to look for water and sustenance and in a moment will move into the Twilight Zone.
This is Miss Liz Powell. She’s a professional dancer and she’s in the hospital as a result of overwork and nervous fatigue. And at this moment we have just finished walking with her in a nightmare. In a moment she’ll wake up and we’ll remain at her side. The problem here is that both Miss Powell and you will reach a point where it might be difficult to decide which is reality and which is nightmare. A problem uncommon perhaps…but rather peculiar…to the Twilight Zone.
Earl Holliman stars as Mike Ferris, an amnesiac in an Air Force jumpsuit who finds himself in a town without a single person in it. He finds himself walking into a town utterly devoid of people, with no memory of who he is or how he got there, the only clue to his identity being the Air Force jumpsuit he's wearing. There are signs of recent or even current habitation — a running faucet, a ringing phone — but he can't find any other human beings. As Holliman's character finally breaks down from loneliness and fear, it's revealed that he's an astronaut in training who's been confined to an isolation chamber for the exact length of a trip to the Moon in order to see if he could withstand the strain of being alone in a small space for that amount of time. The town is all in his mind — a hallucination that serves as an escape for him.
And don't forget The Outer Limits. Watch an Outer Limits episode
here also or even Star Trek.
Watch Star Trek clips here
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