List of The Twilight Zone (1985 TV series) episodes

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This is a list of episodes of the 1985 revival of The Twilight Zone.[1][2][3]

The show was narrated by:

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 59 September 27, 1985 April 11, 1986
2 21 September 27, 1986 July 17, 1987
3 30 September 24, 1988 April 15, 1989

Episodes[edit]

Season One (1985–1986)[edit]

Season One consisted of two or three segments within each episode. [4]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date
1 1 "Shatterday"
"A Little Peace and Quiet"
Wes Craven Teleplay by: Alan Brennert
Based on the Short Story by: Harlan Ellison
James Crocker
September 27, 1985 (1985-09-27)

A man (Bruce Willis) accidentally dials his own phone number, which is answered by his alter ego.[5]


A housewife (Melinda Dillon) discovers a necklace that gives its owner the ability to freeze time.[6]
2 2 "Wordplay"

"Dreams for Sale"


"Chameleon"
Wes Craven

Tommy Lee Wallace


Wes Craven
Rockne S. O'Bannon

Joe Gannon


James Crocker
October 4, 1985 (1985-10-04)

An overworked businessman (Robert Klein) thinks everyone is speaking gibberish.[7]


At a picnic, a woman (Meg Foster) sees the same events repeating over and over again.[8]


A group of NASA technicians encounter a strange alien life form.[9]
3 3 "Healer"

"Children's Zoo"


"Kentucky Rye"
Sigmund Neufeld

Robert Downey


John Hancock
Michael Bryant

Chris Hubbell & Gerrit Graham


Richard Krzemien & Chip Duncan
October 11, 1985 (1985-10-11)

A loser (Eric Bogosian) profits from the healing powers of an Indian artifact he stole.[10]


A girl brings her bickering parents (Lorna Luft, Steven Keats) to the Children's Zoo.[11]


An alcoholic (Jeffrey DeMunn) is offered a once-in-a-lifetime chance to buy a roadside inn called the Kentucky Rye for a very low price.[12]
4 4 "Little Boy Lost"

"Wish Bank"


"Nightcrawlers"
Tommy Lee Wallace

Rick Friedberg


William Friedkin
Lynn Walker

Michael Cassutt


Teleplay by: Philip DeGuere
Based on the Short Story by: Robert R. McCammon
October 18, 1985 (1985-10-18)

A photographer (Season Hubley) spends time with a little boy (Scott Grimes) who seems oddly familiar.[13]


A woman (Dee Wallace-Stone) tries to cash in three wishes at a most unusual bank.[14]


A veteran (Scott Paulin) of the Vietnam War shares his nightmares with the patrons of an all-night diner.[15]
5 5 "If She Dies"
"Ye Gods"
John Hancock
Peter Medak
David Bennett Carren
Anne Collins
October 25, 1985 (1985-10-25)

The ghost of a little girl convinces a man (Tony Lo Bianco) - whose daughter is in a coma - to buy a bed from an orphanage.[16]


A man (David Dukes) finds himself up against the ancient gods when he's struck by Cupid's (Robert Morse) arrow.[17]
6 6 "Examination Day"
"A Message from Charity"
Paul Lynch Teleplay by: Philip DeGuere
Based on the Short Story by: Henry Slesar
Teleplay by: Alan Brennert
Based on the Short Story by: William M. Lee
November 1, 1985 (1985-11-01)

A 12-year-old boy (David Mendenhall) must go for mandatory intelligence testing.


A teenage boy (Robert Duncan McNeill) with a fever finds himself in telepathic contact with a girl (Kerry Noonan) living in colonial New England.[18]
7 7 "Teacher's Aide"
"Paladin of the Lost Hour"
B.W.L. Norton
Gilbert Cates
(credited as Alan Smithee)
Steven Barnes
Teleplay by: Harlan Ellison
Based on His Short Story Paladin
November 8, 1985 (1985-11-08)

A teacher (Adrienne Barbeau) at a gang-filled school is possessed by a mysterious gargoyle.


Mr. Gaspar (Danny Kaye) is the protector of a magical timepiece, a pocket watch that holds The Last Hour.
8 8 "Act Break"

"The Burning Man"


"Dealer's Choice"
Theodore J. Flicker

J.D. Feigelson


Wes Craven
Haskell Barkin

Teleplay by: J.D. Feigelson
Based on the Short Story by: Ray Bradbury


Donald Todd
November 15, 1985 (1985-11-15)

A playwright (James Coco) uses an ancient relic to make a single wish.


A woman (Piper Laurie) and her nephew pick up a hitchhiker who warns of danger ahead.


A group of friends (Barney Martin, Garrett Morris, M. Emmet Walsh and Morgan Freeman) playing cards suspect that their guest (Dan Hedaya) is the Devil.
9 9 "Dead Woman's Shoes"
"Wong's Lost and Found Emporium"
Peter Medak
Paul Lynch
Teleplay by: Lynn Barker
Based on the Story and Teleplay by: Charles Beaumont
Teleplay by: Alan Brennert
Based on the Story by: William F. Wu
November 22, 1985 (1985-11-22)

In this version of "Dead Man's Shoes", a shy woman (Helen Mirren) tries on a pair of high heels at a thrift store that make her assertive, self-confident—and send her on a murderous mission.


An Asian man (Brian Tochi) and an old white woman search for a mysterious shop that holds the secret to gaining back their lost emotions.
10 10 "The Shadow Man"

"The Uncle Devil Show"


"Opening Day"
Joe Dante

David Steinberg


John Milius
Rockne S. O'Bannon

Donald Todd


Gerrit Graham & Chris Hubbell
November 29, 1985 (1985-11-29)

The Shadow Man (Jeff Calhoun), a mysterious entity made of darkness, defends a boy (Jonathan Ward) in exchange for being allowed to stay under his bed.


A boy learns strange magic tricks from a bizarre kids' show.


A man (Jeffrey Jones) is targeted for murder on the opening day of duck hunting season by his wife and her lover.
11 11 "The Beacon"
"One Life, Furnished in Early Poverty"
Gerd Oswald
Don Carlos Dunaway
Martin Pasko & Rebecca Parr
Teleplay by: Alan Brennert
From a Short Story by: Harlan Ellison
December 6, 1985 (1985-12-06)

A young doctor (Charles Martin Smith) stumbles into a strange town where the citizens fear and worship a lighthouse.


A man (Peter Riegert) who returns to his childhood home is transported to his past.
12 12 "Her Pilgrim Soul"
"I of Newton"
Wes Craven
Kenneth Gilbert
Alan Brennert
Teleplay by: Alan Brennert
Based on the Short Story by: Joe Haldeman
December 13, 1985 (1985-12-13)

Two scientists (Kristoffer Tabori, Gary Cole) create a holographic projector that has a woman (Anne Twomey) appear in the display.


A professor (Sherman Hemsley) attempting to solve a difficult math problem finds himself matching wits with a demon (Ron Glass).
13 13 "Night of the Meek"

"But Can She Type?"


"The Star"
Martha Coolidge

Shelley Levinson


Gerd Oswald
Teleplay by: Rockne S. O'Bannon
Based on the Story and Teleplay by: Rod Serling

Martin Pasko & Rebecca Parr


Teleplay by: Alan Brennert
Based on the Short Story by: Arthur C. Clarke
December 20, 1985 (1985-12-20)

In this remake of "The Night of the Meek", a drunk, out-of-work department store Santa (Richard Mulligan) finds a magic gift-giving bag and becomes a real-life Santa Claus.


An overworked secretary (Pam Dawber) is sent into a parallel reality by a malfunctioning Xerox machine.


On an interstellar journey, far in the future, an astrophysicist (Donald Moffat) and a priest (Fritz Weaver) learn they have discovered a long-dead world that has been emitting a signal for eons.
14 14 "Still Life"

"The Little People of Killany Woods"


"The Misfortune Cookie"
Peter Medak

J.D. Feigelson


Allan Arkush
Gerrit Graham & Chris Hubbell

J.D. Feigelson


Teleplay by: Steven Rae
Based on the Short Story by: Charles E. Fritch
January 3, 1986 (1986-01-03)

A professional photographer (Robert Carradine) discovers an old camera containing mysterious photos of a long-ago expedition.


A story-telling town drunk (Hamilton Camp) has an encounter with little people.


A food critic (Elliott Gould) receives fortune cookie messages that get fulfilled.
15 15 "Monsters!"

"A Small Talent for War"


"A Matter of Minutes"
B.W.L. Norton

Claudia Weill


Sheldon Larry
Robert Crais

Carter Scholz & Alan Brennert


Teleplay by: Rockne S. O'Bannon
Suggested by the Story Yesterday Was Monday by: Theodore Sturgeon
January 24, 1986 (1986-01-24)

A boy who loves monster movies has a strange neighbor (Ralph Bellamy) move in.


An alien race that claimed to have invented mankind returns to judge them.


A married couple (Adam Arkin, Karen Austin) awakens to find reality being constructed around them.
16 16 "The Elevator"

"To See the Invisible Man"


"Tooth and Consequences"
R.L. Thomas

Noel Black


Robert Downey
Ray Bradbury

Teleplay by: Steven Barnes
Based on the Short Story by: Robert Silverberg


Haskell Barkin
January 31, 1986 (1986-01-31)

Two brothers (Stephen Geoffreys, Robert Prescott) searching for their father discover a factory full of giant animal bodies.


An uncaring man (Cotter Smith) is sentenced to a year of social isolation.


The Tooth Fairy gives a dentist (David Birney) what he wishes for.
17 17 "Welcome to Winfield"
"Quarantine"
Bruce Bilson
Martha Coolidge
Les Enloe
Teleplay by: Alan Brennert
Story by: Philip DeGuere and Steven Bochco
February 7, 1986 (1986-02-07)

Two people fleeing an agent of Death (Gerrit Graham) end up in an old west town.


An ill weapons designer (Scott Wilson) is cryogenically frozen and awakened three centuries later.
18 18 "Gramma"

"Personal Demons"


"Cold Reading"
Bradford May

Peter Medak


Gus Trikonis
Teleplay by: Harlan Ellison
Based on the Short Story by: Stephen King

Rockne S. O'Bannon


Martin Pasko & Rebecca Parr
February 14, 1986 (1986-02-14)

A young boy (Barret Oliver) is convinced his ailing grandmother is really a monster.


A scriptwriter (Martin Balsam) suffering from writer's block is tormented by a group of small creatures.


An actor (Larry Poindexter) gets a job on a popular radio show only to find that everything described on the show becomes real inside the studio.
19 19 "The Leprechaun-Artist"
"Dead Run"
Tommy Lee Wallace
Paul Tucker
Teleplay by: Tommy Lee Wallace
Story by: James Crocker
Teleplay by: Alan Brennert
Based on the Short Story by: Greg Bear
February 21, 1986 (1986-02-21)

A vacationing leprechaun is forced to grant wishes to the three boys who captured him.


A truck driver (Steve Railsback) accepts the job of delivering souls to Hell.
20 20 "Profile in Silver"
"Button, Button"
John Hancock
Peter Medak
J. Neil Schulman
Teleplay by: Logan Swanson (pen name of Richard Matheson)
Based on the Short Story by: Richard Matheson
March 7, 1986 (1986-03-07)

A history professor (Lane Smith) from the future is sent back to observe the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.


A stranger gives a down-and-out couple (Mare Winningham, Brad Davis) a box with a button on it. He states that if they press the button, they would receive a large sum of money but also that someone would die. (This story was remade into the 2009 film The Box.)
21 21 "Need to Know"
"Red Snow"
Paul Lynch
Jeannot Szwarc
Teleplay by: Mary Sheldon
Story by: Sidney Sheldon
Michael Cassutt
March 21, 1986 (1986-03-21)

A government scientist/agent (William Petersen) sent to a small town to help investigate a bizarre outbreak of insanity which is spreading through the town.


A KGB colonel (George Dzundza) is sent to a Siberian town to investigate the deaths of the local Communist Party officials.
22 22 "Take My Life...Please!"

"Devil's Alphabet"


"The Library"
Gus Trikonis

Ben Bolt


John Hancock
Gordon Mitchell

Teleplay by: Robert Hunter
Based on the Short Story The Everlasting Club by: Arthur Gray


Anne Collins
March 28, 1986 (1986-03-28)

A successful comedian (Tim Thomerson) who steals a routine from another comedian (Xander Berkeley) ends up paying a high price.


A group of friends in Victorian England find themselves haunted by an oath they took as young men.


A woman (Frances Conroy) is hired to work in a private library and soon discovers that the books document the lives of everyone alive, updated instantly and in the smallest detail.
23 23 "Shadow Play"
"Grace Note"
Paul Lynch
Peter Medak
Teleplay by: James Crocker
Based on the Story and Teleplay by: Charles Beaumont
Patrice Messina
April 4, 1986 (1986-04-04)

In this remake of the 1961 Twilight Zone episode, a man (Peter Coyote) is convinced that reality as we perceive it is dependent on his staying alive.


A young woman (Julia Migenes) gains a glimpse of her future.
24 24 "A Day in Beaumont
"The Last Defender of Camelot"
Philip DeGuere
Jeannot Szwarc
David Gerrold
Teleplay by: George R.R. Martin
Based on a Story by: Roger Zelazny
April 11, 1986 (1986-04-11)

After witnessing the landing of a flying saucer, a young couple (Victor Garber, Stacey Nelkin) find themselves in the midst of an alien invasion.


In modern-day England, the last of King Arthur's knights (Richard Kiley) teams with Morgan le Fay (Jenny Agutter) to stop the return of Merlin (Norman Lloyd).

Season Two (1986–1987)[edit]

Season Two episodes were composed of one, two or three segments. The December 4-18, 1986 episodes wired in a one-half hour timeslot.[19]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date
25 1 "The Once and Future King"
"A Saucer of Loneliness"
Jim McBride
John Hancock
Teleplay by: George R.R. Martin
Story by: Bryce Maritano
Teleplay by: David Gerrold
Based on the Short Story by: Theodore Sturgeon
September 27, 1986 (1986-09-27)

An Elvis impersonator named Gary (Jeff Yagher) travels back in time and meets the real Elvis Presley.


A man finds a woman (Shelley Duvall) who earlier had encountered a mysterious saucer.
26 2 "What Are Friends For?"
"Aqua Vita"
Gus Trikonis
Paul Tucker
J. Michael Straczynski
Jeremy Bertrand Finch & Paul Chitlik
October 4, 1986 (1986-10-04)

A child's (Fred Savage) imaginary friend (Lukas Haas) turns out to be more than just his friend.


A woman (Mimi Kennedy) finds a method for eternal youth at a steep price.
27 3 "The Storyteller"
"Nightsong"
Paul Lynch
Bradford May
Rockne S. O'Bannon
Michael Reaves
October 11, 1986 (1986-10-11)

A young woman (Glynnis O'Connor) finds that the secret to immortality resides in stories.


A DJ (Lisa Eilbacher) must cope with the return of her lover after a 5-year disappearance.
28 4 "The After Hours"

"Lost and Found"


"The World Next Door"
Bruce Malmuth

Gus Trikonis


Paul Lynch
Teleplay by: Rockne S. O'Bannon
Based on the Story and Teleplay by: Rod Serling

Teleplay by: George R.R. Martin
Based on the Short Story by: Phyllis Eisenstein


Lan O'Kun
October 18, 1986 (1986-10-18)

In this remake of the 1960 Twilight Zone episode, a young woman (Terry Farrell) is pursued by mysterious strangers.


A woman's (Akosua Busia) possessions mysteriously vanish.


A door in the basement leads two people (George Wendt, Bernadette Birkett) to enhance their lives.
29 5 "The Toys of Caliban" Thomas J. Wright Story by: Terry Matz
Teleplay by: George R.R. Martin
December 4, 1986 (1986-12-04)
A mentally challenged child (David Greenlee) has strange powers.
30 6 "The Convict's Piano" Thomas J. Wright Teleplay by: Patrice Messina
Story by: James Crocker
December 11, 1986 (1986-12-11)
A wrongfully-convicted convict (Joe Penny) discovers an old piano in his prison with special powers.
31 7 "The Road Less Traveled" Wes Craven George R.R. Martin December 18, 1986 (1986-12-18)
A draft-dodger (Cliff DeYoung) is haunted by the specter of a familiar-looking man in a wheelchair.
32 8 "The Card"
"The Junction"
Bradford May
Bill Duke
Michael Cassutt
Virginia Aldridge
February 21, 1987 (1987-02-21)

A woman (Susan Blakely) with out-of-control spending habits finds her new credit card comes with unexpected penalties.


A modern-day miner (William Allen Young) has an argument with his wife and then goes off to work in the local mine. A collapse traps him, but he finds another survivor - a miner who claims to be from 1912. The two men figure out that somehow they have become connected through time.
33 9 "Joy Ride"

"Shelter Skelter"


"Private Channel"
Gil Bettman

Martha Coolidge


Peter Medak
Cal Willingham

Teleplay by: Ron Cobb and Robin Love
Story by: Ron Cobb


Edward Redlich
May 21, 1987 (1987-05-21)

Four teens (Rob Knepper, Brooke McCarter, Heidi Kozak, and Tamara Mark) take a recently deceased man's classic car for a joyride. But the driver (Knepper) acts increasingly irrationally during the ride...


A survivalist (Joe Mantegna) and his friend find themselves cut off in his shelter after a nuclear bomb detonation.


After accidentally dropping his portable stereo in an airplane lavatory, a young man (Scott Coffey) discovers that it allows him to hear other people's thoughts.
34 10 "Time and Teresa Golowitz"
"Voices in the Earth"
Shelley Levinson
Curtis Harrington
Teleplay by: Alan Brennert
Based on a Short Story: Parke Godwin
Alan Brennert
July 10, 1987 (1987-07-10)

A Broadway composer (Paul Sand) accepts an offer from the Prince of Darkness (Gene Barry) and returns to his high school years to see his crush again. It's not as pleasant as he expected and soon, he sees a classmate who met a tragic end that night. He uses the opportunity to prevent the classmate's suicide.


People return to a barren Earth to find that not everything had left when they thought it did.
35 11 "Song of the Younger World"
"The Girl I Married"
Noel Black
Philip DeGuere
Anthony & Nancy Lawrence
J. M. DeMatteis
July 17, 1987 (1987-07-17)

In 1916 a girl (Jennifer Rubin) and a young man (Peter Kowanko) from a reformatory for wayward boys fall in love and try to get away from her father, the superintendent. He finds out and does not approve of their love, locking away his daughter and punishing the boy. Luckily, the girl has a secret plan to escape so she can be forever with the love of her life.


An attorney (James Whitmore Jr.) and his wife (Linda Kelsey) have successful careers. They feel something is lacking in their marriage. Soon, they encounter younger versions of their mates.

Season Three (1988–1989)[edit]

Season Three was made up of half-hour episodes that aired individually.[20]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date
36 1 "The Curious Case of Edgar Witherspoon" René Bonnière Teleplay by: Haskell Barkin
Story by: Haskell Barkin and J. Michael Straczynski
September 24, 1988 (1988-09-24)
An old man known as Uncle Edgar (Harry Morgan) is ordered by a mysterious voice to collect junk in his apartment to keep the world in balance.
37 2 "Extra Innings" Doug Jackson Tom Palmer October 1, 1988 (1988-10-01)
Ex-baseball player Ed Hamler (Marc Singer), lame from an injury and forced to retire early, is given a baseball card from the early 1900s that transports Hamler to the past to be the player he used to be.
38 3 "The Crossing" Paul Lynch Ralph Phillips October 8, 1988 (1988-10-08)
A stressed-out priest (Ted Shackelford) is haunted by the sight of a station wagon with a young girl inside that keeps crashing.
39 4 "The Hunters" Paul Lynch Paul Chitlik & Jeremy Bertrand Finch October 15, 1988 (1988-10-15)
A young boy falls into an undiscovered cave near a housing project. An archeologist (Louise Fletcher) studies strange paintings on its walls and then bizarre things begin to happen. Cave items move around and animals are killed and brought into the cave.
40 5 "Dream Me a Life" Allan King J. Michael Straczynski October 22, 1988 (1988-10-22)
A man (Eddie Albert) in a retirement home is trapped in the dreams of a catatonic widow.
41 6 "Memories" Richard Bugajski Bob Underwood October 29, 1988 (1988-10-29)
A hypnotist (Barbara Stock) who specializes in helping people relive their past lives tries to find her own history—and finds that everyone she ever helped hates their past lives.
42 7 "The Hellgramite Method" Gilbert Shilton William Selby November 5, 1988 (1988-11-05)
An alcoholic (Timothy Bottoms) goes through an extremely painful and potentially deadly cure for his drinking problem. He has to choose which is more important - the bottle or his life.
43 8 "Our Selena is Dying" Bruce Pittman Story by: Rod Serling
Teleplay by: J. Michael Straczynski
November 12, 1988 (1988-11-12)
A young woman (Terri Garber) and her dying mother switch bodies during a visit.
44 9 "The Call" Gilbert Shilton J. Michael Straczynski November 19, 1988 (1988-11-19)
A lonely man (William Sanderson) accidentally phones the wrong number and finds an intriguing female to whom he grows attached. When she refuses to meet him, he investigates and finds the phone in a museum next to the statue of a woman.
45 10 "The Trance" Randy Bradshaw Jeff Stuart and J. Michael Straczynski November 26, 1988 (1988-11-26)
A scam artist (Peter Scolari) purports to channel the spirit of Delos, a former inhabitant of Atlantis. Together with a partner, he makes a living off of it. The day of his big break, he channels another spirit, one who could cause him to lose everything. Is it punishment or a lesson from the Twilight Zone?
46 11 "Acts of Terror" Brad Turner J. Michael Straczynski December 3, 1988 (1988-12-03)
A battered wife (Melanie Mayron) living with her abusive husband finds the strength to leave him in the form of a statuette of a Doberman pinscher.
47 12 "20/20 Vision" Jim Purdy Robert Walden December 10, 1988 (1988-12-10)
Newly promoted bank loan officer Warren Cribbens (Michael Moriarty) cracks his eyeglasses and discovers he can see the future through them. Faced with seeing the future of the farmers whose farms he must foreclose on, Warren can't bring himself to foreclose. Right away he's torn between doing his job and standing up for the people he helps.
48 13 "There Was an Old Woman" Otta Hanus Tom J. Astle December 17, 1988 (1988-12-17)
A writer of children's books (Colleen Dewhurst) autographs a book for a sick young fan. Later, she starts hearing the sound of children in her house.
49 14 "The Trunk" Steve DiMarco Paul Chitlik & Jeremy Bertrand Finch December 24, 1988 (1988-12-24)
A young man (Bud Cort) at a motel discovers an empty trunk that grants any wishes. He uses it for popularity, but at a party he discovers who his true friends are.
50 15 "Appointment on Route 17" René Bonnière Haskell Barkin December 31, 1988 (1988-12-31)
After receiving a heart transplant, a man (Paul Le Mat) finds his personality has changed. He also discovers that he has a strange attraction to a waitress at a road diner.
51 16 "The Cold Equations" Martin Lavut Teleplay by: Alan Brennert
Based on a Story by: Tom Godwin
January 7, 1989 (1989-01-07)
A rescue pilot (Terence Knox) on the frontiers of space is faced with unpleasant prospects when he finds an innocent stowaway on his ship.
52 17 "Stranger in Possum Meadows" Sturla Gunnarsson Paul Chitlik & Jeremy Bertrand Finch January 14, 1989 (1989-01-14)
A young boy playing in a field meets an old man (Steve Kanaly) who is really an alien collecting specimens to bring back to his planet.
53 18 "Street of Shadows" Richard Bugajski Michael Reaves January 21, 1989 (1989-01-21)
While taking a walk in a wealthy neighborhood, an unemployed man (Charles Haid) living in a shelter experiences an unusual transformation.
54 19 "Something in the Walls" Allan Kroeker J. Michael Straczynski January 28, 1989 (1989-01-28)
A doctor (Damir Andrei) arrives at his new job in a sanitarium. He discovers the case of a woman (Deborah Raffin) who is terribly frightened of things that appear on her walls.
55 20 "A Game of Pool" Randy Bradshaw George Clayton Johnson February 4, 1989 (1989-02-04)
In a remake of the 1961 Twilight Zone episode, a pool champion (Esai Morales) has defeated everyone at his local pool hall, except for the long dead legend, Fats Brown (Maury Chaykin), who returns from the afterlife to challenge him to a high-stakes game.
56 21 "Room 2426" Ryszard Bugajski Jeremy Bertrand Finch & Paul Chitlik February 11, 1989 (1989-02-11)
Martin Decker (Dean Stockwell) is confined to a special room for acts and thoughts against the state. They want the formula for a weapon he does not want to reveal. Escape for Martin comes from the mind.
57 22 "The Mind of Simon Foster" Doug Jackson J. Michael Straczynski February 18, 1989 (1989-02-18)
In an impoverished future, Simon Foster (Bruce Weitz) goes to a pawnshop to sell some personal items to raise money for rent. The shop owner offers to buy some of his memories. In Simon Foster's life, what could possibly be valuable?
58 23 "The Wall" Atom Egoyan J. Michael Straczynski February 25, 1989 (1989-02-25)
A U.S. military experiment opens a portal to an unknown place. After sending through one team, the Army calls upon a career soldier (John Beck) to investigate, where he finds an idyllic planet. He has to decide whether to stay or go back to his old life.
59 24 "Cat and Mouse" Eric Till Christy Marx March 4, 1989 (1989-03-04)
A shy woman (Pamela Bellwood) finds that a cat is actually a cursed "Casanova." She falls for the man (Page Fletcher) but finds that her Prince Charming is actually a scoundrel.
60 25 "Rendezvous in a Dark Place" René Bonnière J. Michael Straczynski March 11, 1989 (1989-03-11)
An old woman (Janet Leigh) with an obsession with death attends funerals for entertainment. One night when an injured thief breaks into her home, she lets him die and waits for Death to come and collect him.
61 26 "Many, Many Monkeys" Richard Bugajski William Froug March 18, 1989 (1989-03-18)
An epidemic breaks out and many people (Karen Valentine, Jackie Burroughs, Ken Pogue) are struck blind. Something more happens, however: People have become cold and heartless toward each other.
62 27 "Love is Blind" Gilbert Shilton Cal Willingham March 25, 1989 (1989-03-25)
A man (Ben Murphy) plotting to murder his wife's lover meets a blind singer who seems to know all about his plans.
63 28 "Crazy as a Soup Sandwich" Paul Lynch Harlan Ellison April 1, 1989 (1989-04-01)
A man (Wayne Robson) sells his soul to a demon for some racing tips. After being terrified by the demon he goes for help from the criminal boss (Tony Franciosa) he borrowed the track money from.
64 29 "Special Service" Randy Bradshaw J. Michael Straczynski April 8, 1989 (1989-04-08)
A man (David Naughton) finds that his life has been on TV for the past five years.
65 30 "Father and Son Game" Randy Bradshaw Jeremy Bertrand Finch & Paul Chitlik April 15, 1989 (1989-04-15)
A 79-year-old man (Ed Marinaro) wants to keep on living so he transplants his brain into a younger body. His son (Eugene Robert Glazer), however, resents his father's continued life and tries to wrestle power from him.

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