I watched the old ones as a kid, and I often watched the new ones when they eventually showed up. More importantly, I haven't just watched The Twilight Zone... I have lived in it ever since I left my marriage and discovered, to my true horror, that courts are not about truth and justice or even what is clearly real, no matter how much clear-cut evidence or documentation, or even living/breathing proof is presented. Oops, sorry. This isn't particularly the place for my horror story/Twilight Zone situation. It's just that every time I hear/see reference to "The Twilight Zone" I go right back to the day when I sat in a divorce lawyer's office and exclaimed the very words, "This is like the Twilight Zone!"
I've often wanted to write a Hub (or something somewhere) about how it feels to live feeling as if one is in "The Twilight Zone", but I've seen for myself how (just as with characters in the TV episodes) impossible it is to get anyone to take me seriously. So, again, oopsie.... At this stage in the game (and as things have only gotten worse with time), I'm discovering that my "Twilight Zone" thing seems to be "leaking out" in some of the least appropriate discussions. (lol) (I do, much of the time and contrary to how I know I often come across, still have a sense of humor about myself :) ).
Back to the TV show... The episode that stands out in my mind most, maybe, is the one in which the perfectly normal young woman is causing so much concern for all those around her, and when they discover how hopeless their efforts to make "poor her" like them have been, they send her, essentially, off into exile. On the other hand, I also often think of the episode in which the guy hits a kid with his car, won't own up, and the car keeps coming back to haunt him. Ah... the messages and wisdom that came from The Twilight Zone programs. :) These days, the only shows I get some satisfaction from are re-runs of closed case.