Which are your favorite episodes of the old-time Twilight Zone and Outer Limits shows? Why?
Too many to mention, I like them all the same, I love any and all science fiction.
Wasn't there a Twylight Zone episode, where there was a guy on a plane, he looked out of his window and there was some kind of alien creature trying to eat the wing of the plane? If it was T.Z. then that would be my favourite!
To Serve Man. It really illustrates how serious it is to really understand what someone says.
I think this was on the Twilight Zone ... A man is injected with some sort of alien blood/dna and starts to change into an alien. I think they could do this because he was serving a sentance for murder but always claimed his innocence,,, I think that they ( the army) thought that he would turn into an alien and attack someone but he didn't and in the end a group of aliens appear and take him back to their planet much to the amazement of the army. They were a peaceful race, the army thought they were violent because they looked a certain way ... feel free to correct me but I think this is the gist of it:)
I know the episode you're thinking of. It starred Robert Duvall as a kind of deep cover specialist, undercover ops and all that. Aliens landed and a determination was made that the only way that the proper authorities could learn the intentions of these extraterrestials and prepare for them was to do extensive genetic engineering on Duvall's character to make him into one of those beings.
Duvall kills one of the two and yet ends up abandoning his human identity and flying off with the other. This was from the Outer Limits if I'm not mistaken -- that was a great show also.
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