I didn't know where to put this thread. Initially, I thought of putting in the Cult TV section, but after remembering that many classic television series have been discussed here, I decided to drop this little thread right here in TV Central. The Twilight Zone was an American anthology series that aired on CBS for five seasons (1959─64), totaling 156 episodes. It was created by Rod Serling, who served as both the series' executive producer and head writer. Each episode profiles a fictional stand-alone story in which characters dealing with unusual circumstances, all happening while they're in the Twilight Zone. The show was predominantly science-fiction, but also featured stories dealing with paranormal, futuristic, and Kafkaesque events that lean towards fantasy, horror, and the supernatural. While not a major ratings winner, it racked in the critical accolades. Many of its episodes are considered some of TV's finest, and have been listed on lists as such. The Twilight Zone itself was ranked as the third best-written television show by the Writers Guild of America in 2013, and TV Guide has listed it as the fifth greatest series of all time. If I'm recalling correctly, I got into The Twilight Zone several years back when I caught some episodes during its annual marathon on the Fourth of July. I recorded some episodes on the DVR, bought some of the "best of" DVD sets, and now regularly watch it on Netflix. Any fans out there? What's some of your favorite episodes?