Last year I purchased all five of Image's boxsets of The Twilight Zone. And even though I've seen the first episode, "Where Is Everybody?" (starring Earl Holliman), gosh-I-don't-know-how-many-times, only last night did I get around to the original pilot version that's included on Volume 40. I especially loved the series-introduction special film featuring Rod Serling, made for the benefit of potential sponsors. And what a hoot to see the pilot version of "Where Is Everybody?" itself. Different title credits (in a different font, plus the earliest version of the Twilight Zone logo), different narrator, and so on. Funny how something so ingrained into our popular culture as is The Twilight Zone can be viewed in so different a way when one views this version of the first episode.