"Third from the Sun"; "Walking Distance"; "Mirror Image"; "The Hitch-Hiker" (probably all from Season 1): those are my favorites. Oh, and also another Shatner piece, "Nick of Time", which has a great moral. By the way, apparently, Rod Serling had been blackballed from a fraternity in college, for being Jewish; so, I wonder if "The Monsters are Due on Maple Street" is very autobiographical for him. Also, he would drive from Antioch College in Ohio, where he was teaching, to New York City, and would always pass through a sleepy little Ohio burg on his way, by the name of . . . Willoughby. I would highly recommend the following two TwiZone podcasts for anyone interested in episode-by-episode analyses of the show: "The Twilight Zone Podcast" with Tom Elliott, and the less serious "Twilight Pwn" podcast, with John and Fred, where they lovingly poke fun at the show. Good, good, stuff. And, P.S.: Dave Brodbeck, you are a good man. I love hearing you get choked up about the stuff of life which really matters, like you did when discussing "Death's Head" on here. THANKS!