"The Twilight Zone" has stood the test of time. It is, in fact, the only dramatic show to have premiered in the 1950s that is still widely viewed today, and this wonderful collection helps remind us why. Johnson, while not as prolific a writer for "Twilight Zone" as the program's major figures--Rod Serling, Charles Beaumont, and Richard Matheson--was their artistic equal, as these scripts so eloquently prove. Fans of the filmed episodes will be fascinated to see the differences between Johnson's original scripts and the finished programs--most are minor, but now and then they're significant ("A Game of Pool," for instance, has a completely different ending). The author's thoughtful introduction completes the package and makes this volume absolutely required reading for any serious fan of that timeless classic called "The Twilight Zone."