TWILIGHT ZONE EPISODE GUIDE: Details All 156 Episodes with Plot Summaries. Searchable. Companion to DVDs Blu Ray and Box Set [NOOK Book]

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TWILIGHT ZONE EPISODE GUIDE: Details All 156 Episodes with Plot Summaries. Searchable. Companion to DVDs Blu Ray and Box Set

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Overview

This digital episode guide is handy Nook companion. Use it to quickly find your favorite episodes, to answer triva questions, to test your knowledge of the show, and to relive your favorite episodes.

Each of the entries includes --
The exact name of the episode
The episode ID number
Date it was first aired in the United States
Detailed description of the episode.
Names of the celebrity guest stars
Episode specific trivia.

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Episode 45 (Season 2 - Ep 9)
THE TROUBLE WITH TEMPLETON
First aired: 12/09/1960
Guest stars: Brian Aherne (Booth Templeton), Pippa Scott (Laura Templeton), Sydney Pollack (Arthur Willis), Dave Willock (Marty), King Calder (Sid Sperry), Larry J. Blake (Freddie (as Larry Blake)), David Thursby (Eddie), Charles Carlson (Barney Flueger), John Kroger (Ed Page)

Summary: An aging actor, reflecting on the happier days of his youth, gets a sobering look of his past.

Details: Aging Broadway actor Booth Templeton is at home and sees his wife at the side of their pool flirting with her new flint, Ed Page. Booth's servant Marty comes in with his daily medication and Booth ruefully takes it while noting that his young wife's infidelity is common knowledge. Booth half-jokingly wonders about what will happen on the day the pills stop working. Booth notes that he hasn't achieved any contentment and Marty suggests that perhaps he should call and tell the director of Booth's newest play that he can't make rehearsal that day. Booth insists on going even though he doesn't particularly care any more as long as he has something to do, and admits he can't remember when he ever loved his current wife. He remembers his first wife, Laura, who died after seven years of marriage. Booth reminisces over his happiness with Laura and claims that he's all right.
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    Posted June 28, 2013

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    Yes i have. its my favorite besides pirates of the carribean

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    Posted March 22, 2012

    Twilight zone

    Have yall ridden the ride? Its so cool

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