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Twilight Zone

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Friday's first hour guest, writer Marc Zicree (zicree.com(1)) discussed his book The Twilight Zone Companion(2). The late Rod Serling, who hosted the classic horror-fantasy-science fiction show and wrote 92 of its episodes, was one of TV's first great stylists, said Zicree. A kind of "modern alienation" or a fear of the unknown that you couldn't share with others, was one of Serling's major themes, he added.

1. http://www.zicree.com
2. http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1879505096/ctoc

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