It says something when the best episode of the new series so far is a direct remake of one of the originals... The sequel to "It's A Good Day" was being hyped as the huge turnaround point for the new series. While it was interesting to see the effects years later on one of the alternate universes that Sterling and Co. created, I was hoping they would do something more with it. Turn it around perhaps, having the father get a taste of his own medicine. Have the daughter's cruel and selfish behavior reveal to Bill Mumy's character his own character faults. As it was, interesting and disturbing but little else. The remake of "Monsters on Maple Street" was just as good as the original, a direct retelling that shows how timeless the points the original series made really were. The acting and direction... spot on. I liked it a lot, and it had me hooked. Too bad all the ideas are several decades too old.