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« Reply #15 on: July 21, 2014, 10:49:00 PM »

The Outer Limits: "What Will the Neighbors Think?": Hypochondriac Mona Bailey (Jane Adams) wants to stay in her apartment building and complex at all costs but things take a rather crazy turn when she suddenly discovers she has the ability to read the thoughts of others in the building and they all seemingly want to kill her, or hate her, for one reason or another.

This episode of the 1990s series wasn't all that great. It is filled with annoying, irritating, vulgar and distasteful characters screaming at one another or worse. I suspect it's supposed to represent one woman's descent into madness but it never quite works as well as one would like and is just thoroughly unpleasant for the most part. A disappointing episode but one that somehow fascinates nevertheless. (Season 5, Episode 9, originally aired April 23, 1999)

The Twilight Zone: "A Most Unusual Camera": Chester (Fred Clark) and Paula Diedrich (Jean Carson) stumble across a rather unusual discovery - a camera that takes a picture about five minutes into the future. Eventually being joined by Paula's deadbeat small-time crook brother Woodward (Adam Williams), they eventually devise a plot to use it to successfully win at gambling and make themselves a fortune. However greed eventually gets the best of them all or is it the camera that's cursed?

This rather light episode of The Twilight Zone has some comedic elements which is not terribly surprising given the presence of lead Fred Clark. In the end, there's a twist that comes across as rather bizarre even for the Twilight Zone and isn't entirely satisfying. That said, the time moves at a brisk pace watching this one and it's an enjoyable escape for about a half an hour. (Season 2, Episode 10, originally aired December 16, 1960)

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