To all you Twilight Zone fans...

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Eve T, Jul 4, 2002.

  1. Eve T

    Eve T Supporting Actor

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    The Sci-Fi is hosting it's Twilight Zone chain reaction. It started this morning at 7 AM. It goes on for two days. That's right, you heard me, TWO whole days of Twilight Zone episodes.
    I am...in heaven.[​IMG]
     
  2. Jack Briggs

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    Still, I kind of wish The Twilight Zone's broadcast rights weren't held exclusively by the Sci-Fi Channel. I miss the days when KTLA-Channel 5 in Los Angeles broadcast its day-long TZ marathons on Thanksgiving.
    However, Sci-Fi Channel treats the show with more respect, broadcasting episodes in their entirety--whereas KTLA was notorious for excessive editing to make room for more commercials.
    I also miss Star Trek being available for local-channel syndication.
    But, then, I have it all on DVD. Moot point for me.
    Glad you're happy, Ms. T! Enjoy yourself today. [​IMG]
     
  3. Rex Bachmann

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    Jack Briggs wrote:
     
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  5. Jack Briggs

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    Rex: You might be correct, for I have noticed how Sci-Fi cuts to advertisements at seemingly eight-minute intervals during its broadcasts of Showtime's incarnation of The Outer Limits. But during my most recent viewings of TZ on the channel, the content seemed complete. JB
     
  6. Michael*K

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    Seems to me that they run these "chain reactions" on most of the major holidays. I recall having seen them before on Memorial Day, Labor Day and Christmas Day as well.
     

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