IMDb > "The Twilight Zone" (1985) > Episodes cast
"The Twilight Zone"
Top Links
trailers and videosfull cast and crewtriviaofficial sitesmemorable quotes
main detailscombined detailsfull cast and crewcompany creditsepisode listepisodes castepisode ratings... by rating... by votes
Awards & Reviews
user reviewsexternal reviewsawardsuser ratingsmessage board
Plot & Quotes
plot summaryplot keywordsmemorable quotes
Did You Know?
triviagoofssoundtrack listingcrazy creditsalternate versionsmovie connectionsFAQ
Other Info
box office/businessrelease datesfilming locationstechnical specsliterature listingsNewsDesk
taglines trailers and videos posters photo gallery
External Links
showtimesofficial sitesmiscellaneousphotographssound clipsvideo clips

Episodes cast for
"The Twilight Zone" (1985) More at IMDbPro »

Season: 1 | 2 | 3
Year: 1985 | 1986 | 1987 | 1988 | 1989

Season 1

Season 1, Episode 1: Shatterday/A Little Peace and Quiet

27 September 1985
Shatterday: Peter Jay Novins calls his home, only to hear himself answer at the other end. A Little Peace and Quiet: a harried housewife struggling with rambunctious children, a demanding husband, and the stress of modern life, finds relief from an unusual source that brings both power and responsibility.

Bruce Willis ... Peter Novins (segment "Shatterday")

Dan Gilvezan ... Bartender (segment "Shatterday")
Murukh ... Woman at Bank (segment "Shatterday")
John Carlyle ... Clerk (segment "Shatterday")
Seth Isler ... Alter Ego (segment "Shatterday")
Anthony Grumbach ... Bellboy (segment "Shatterday")

Melinda Dillon ... Penny (segment "A Little Peace and Quiet")

Greg Mullavey ... Russ (segment "A Little Peace and Quiet")
Virginya Keehne ... Susan (segment "A Little Peace and Quiet") (as Virginia Keehne)
Britanny Wilson ... Janet (segment "A Little Peace and Quiet") (as Brittany Wilson)
Joshua Harris ... Russ Jr. (segment "A Little Peace and Quiet")

Judith Barsi ... Bertie (segment "A Little Peace and Quiet")
Clare Nono ... Newscaster (segment "A Little Peace and Quiet") (as Claire Nono)
Elma V. Jackson ... First Shopper (segment "A Little Peace and Quiet") (as Elma Veronda Jackson)

Pamela Gordon ... Second Shopper (segment "A Little Peace and Quiet")

Laura Waterbury ... Third Shopper (segment "A Little Peace and Quiet")

Todd Allen ... Preppy Man (segment "A Little Peace and Quiet")
Isabelle Walker ... Preppy Girl (segment "A Little Peace and Quiet")

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (voice)

Season 1, Episode 2: Wordplay/Dreams for Sale/Chameleon

4 October 1985
"Wordplay": A salesman at a medical firm finds everyone around him undergoing a linguistic transformation. "Dreams for Sale": A woman finds that her idyllic picnic may not be what it seems. "Chameleon": Something unusual returns with a Shuttle mission.

Robert Klein ... Bill Lowery (segment "Wordplay")

Annie Potts ... Cathy Lowery (segment "Wordplay")
Adam Raber ... Donnie Lowery (segment "Wordplay")

Robert Downey Sr. ... Mr. Miller (segment "Wordplay") (as Robert J. Downey)
Brian Bradley ... Hotshot (segment "Wordplay")

Bernard Behrens ... Older Salesman (segment "Wordplay")

Anne Betancourt ... Admitting Nurse (segment "Wordplay")

Willard E. Pugh ... Man in Elevator (segment "Wordplay") (as Willard Peugh)

Helene Udy ... Woman #1 (segment "Wordplay")

Mimi Craven ... Receptionist (segment "Wordplay") (as Mimi Meyer Craven)
Brynja McGrady ... Secretary (segment "Wordplay") (as Brynja Willis)
Alexandra Morgan ... Nurse #1 (segment "Wordplay")
Lee Arnone ... Nurse #2 (segment "Wordplay")
Raye Birk ... Bearded Man (segment "Wordplay")
Joseph Whipp ... Doug Seaver (segment "Wordplay")

Dwier Brown ... Robbie (segment "Wordplay")

Meg Foster ... Jenny (segment "Dreams for Sale")

David Hayward ... Paul (segment "Dreams for Sale")

Vincent Guastaferro ... Dream Technician (segment "Dreams for Sale")
Lee Anthony ... Rescue Technician (segment "Dreams for Sale")
Kristi Purdy ... Twin #1 (Segment 'Dreams for Sale')
Deanna Purdy ... Twin #2 (Segment 'Dreams for Sale')

Terry O'Quinn ... Dr. Curt Lockridge (segment "Chameleon") (as Terrance O'Quinn)
Ben Piazza ... Dr. Vaughn Heilman (segment "Chameleon")

John Ashton ... Crew Chief Brady Simmons (segment "Chameleon")
Steve Bassett ... Gerald Tyson (segment "Chameleon") (as Steve Howell Bassett)
Iona Morris ... Annie (segment "Chameleon")

Alma Martinez ... Teresa Rojas (segment "Chameleon") (as Alma Martínez)
Chad Hayes ... Peter Iverson (segment "Chameleon")

Lin Shaye ... Kate Simmons (segment "Chameleon")

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (segments "Wordplay" and "Chameleon") (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Shuttle Columbia Operator (voice) (uncredited)
Russ Marin ... Doctor (segment "Wordplay") (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Healer/Children's Zoo/Kentucky Rye

11 October 1985
"Healer": Small-time crook Jackie Thompson finds that a rock possesses special abilities. "Children's Zoo": An invitation to a unique zoo offers a girl a solution to her bickering parents. "Kentucky Rye": Drunk driver Bob Spindler finds himself in an unusual bar after an accident.

Eric Bogosian ... Jackie Thompson (segment "Healer")

Vincent Gardenia ... Harry Faulk (segment "Healer")

Robert Costanzo ... Joe Rubello (segment "Healer")

Joaquín Martínez ... Duende (segment "Healer") (as Joaquin Martinez)
Adam Ferris ... Deaf Boy (segment "Healer")
Joy Pankin ... Deaf Boy's Mother (segment "Healer")
Ed Levey ... 1st Neighbor (segment "Healer")
Vivian Bonnell ... Black Woman (segment "Healer")
Anthony S. Johnson ... Guard (segment "Healer") (as Anthony Johnson)
Lauren Levinson ... Amanda's Mom (segment "Healer") (as Lauren Levian)

Lorna Luft ... Sheila Cunningham (segment "Children's Zoo")
Steven Keats ... Martin Cunningham (segment "Children's Zoo")
Jackie Bernstein ... Debbie Cunningham (segment "Children's Zoo") (as Jaclyn Bernstein)

Sydney Walsh ... Melody (segment "Children's Zoo")
Al Alu ... Caged Man #4 (segment "Children's Zoo")
Pamela Brown ... Caged Woman #3 (segment "Children's Zoo")
Jack Taloe ... Caged Man #3 'Children's Zoo')

Wes Craven ... Caged Man #1 (segment "Children's Zoo")
Kerry Slattery ... Caged Woman #1 (segment "Children's Zoo")
Don Deforest Paul ... Caged Man #2 (segment "Children's Zoo") (as Don Paul)
Sandy Brown Wyeth ... Caged Woman #2 (segment "Children's Zoo")

Virginia Morris ... Caged Woman #4 (segment "Children's Zoo")

Jeffrey DeMunn ... Bob Spindler (segment "Kentucky Rye")
Michael Greene ... Irving (segment "Kentucky Rye")
Philip Bruns ... Bartender (segment 'Kentucky Rye')

Arliss Howard ... Stranger (segment "Kentucky Rye")

Clarence Felder ... Randy (segment "Kentucky Rye")

Scott Jaeck ... Pete (segment "Kentucky Rye")

John DeMita ... George (segment "Kentucky Rye")
Brad Burlingame ... Larry (segment "Kentucky Rye")
Rosemarie Thomas ... Nancy (segment "Kentucky Rye")
Gloria Rusch ... Laura (segment "Kentucky Rye")

Lisa Long ... Debbie (segment "Kentucky Rye")
John Davey ... Officer (segment "Kentucky Rye")

Tim Russ ... Officer #2 (segment "Kentucky Rye")

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (segments "Healer" and "Kentucky Rye") (voice)

Season 1, Episode 4: Little Boy Lost/Wish Bank/Nightcrawlers

18 October 1985
"Little Boy Lost": a woman, struggling with the decision to settle down and raise a family or embrace her accelerating career, befriends a strange boy who seems to be stalking her. "Wish Bank": an antique oil lamp found at a yard sale brings new meaning to the warning, "be careful what you wish for." "Nightcrawlers": a troubled drifter with an unusual ability terrifies the inhabitants of a rural diner.

Season Hubley ... Carol Shelton (segment "Little Boy Lost")

Nicolas Surovy ... Greg (segment "Little Boy Lost")

Scott Grimes ... Kenny (segment "Little Boy Lost")
Nancy Kyes ... Frumpy Housewife (segment "Little Boy Lost")

Dee Wallace ... Janice Hammond (segment "Wish Bank") (as Dee Wallace-Stone)

Julie Carmen ... Mary Ellen Bradshaw (segment "Wish Bank")

Peter Land ... Mr. Brent (segment "Wish Bank")
Harvey Vernon ... Willoughby (segment "Wish Bank")
Julie Payne ... Clerk (segment "Wish Bank")

Scott Paulin ... Price (segment "Nightcrawlers")
James Whitmore Jr. ... Sheriff Dennis Wells (segment "Nightcrawlers")
Robert Swan ... Bob (segment "Nightcrawlers")

Exene Cervenka ... Waitress (segment "Nightcrawlers")

Sandy Martin ... Lindy (segment "Nightcrawlers")
Bobby Bass ... Ray (segment "Nightcrawlers")

Matt Levin ... Ricky (segment "Nightcrawlers")

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (segment "Little Boy Lost") (voice)
Joey Sotello ... Paramedic (segment "Nightcrawlers") (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: If She Dies/Ye Gods

25 October 1985
"If She Dies": After an accident leaves his daughter in a coma, a man sees an apparition of a young girl on top of an old orphanage. "Ye Gods": The only way a yuppie can resolve his divinely-influenced love life is by repairing Cupid's.

Tony Lo Bianco ... Paul Marano (segment "If She Dies")

Nan Martin ... First Nun (segment "If She Dies")

Andrea Barber ... Cathy Marano (segment "If She Dies")

Jenny Lewis ... Sarah (segment "If She Dies")

John Gowans ... Dr. Brice (segment "If She Dies")
Donna Jean Lansing ... Nun (segment "If She Dies")
Adele Miller ... Nurse (segment "If She Dies")

David Dukes ... Todd Ettinger (segment "Ye Gods")

Robert Morse ... Cupid (segment "Ye Gods")

Carolyn Seymour ... Megaera (segment "Ye Gods")
John Myhers ... Bacchus (segment "Ye Gods")

Andrew Masset ... Peter (segment "Ye Gods")
Patti Karr ... April (segment "Ye Gods")
Ingrid Boulting ... Woman (segment "Ye Gods")

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (voice)

Season 1, Episode 6: Examination Day/A Message from Charity

1 November 1985
Puritan Charity Payne and 1980's teenager Peter Wood are psychically connected due to delirium induced by a bacterial infection, and can see the world through each others eyes.

Christopher Allport ... Richard Jordan (segment "Examination Day")

David Mendenhall ... Dickie Jordan (segment "Examination Day")
Elizabeth Norment ... Ruth Jordan (segment "Examination Day")

Jeffrey Alan Chandler ... Clerk (segment "Examination Day")
Ed Krieger ... Clerk #1 (segment "Examination Day")
Myrna White ... Clerk #2 (segment "Examination Day")
Kerry Noonan ... Charity Payne (segment "A Message from Charity")

Robert Duncan McNeill ... Peter Wood (segment "A Message from Charity") (as Duncan McNeill)
Gerald Hiken ... Squire Jonas Hacker (segment "A Message from Charity")

James Cromwell ... Obediah Payne (segment "A Message from Charity")

Vanessa Brown ... Aunt Beulah (segment "A Message from Charity")
Michael Fox ... Tom Carter (segment "A Message from Charity")

Jennifer Parsons ... Ursula Miller (segment "A Message from Charity")
Jack Wells ... Dr. Maxwell (segment "A Message from Charity")

Phil Proctor ... Mr. Wood (segment "A Message from Charity")
Barbara Lindsay ... Mrs. Wood (segment "A Message from Charity")

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (segment "A Message from Charity") (voice)

Season 1, Episode 7: Teacher's Aide/Paladin of the Lost Hour

8 November 1985
"Teacher's Aide": A teacher at a tough inner-city school is possessed by a malevolent spirit. "Paladin of the Lost Hour": An old man with a special watch bonds with a tormented veteran.

Adrienne Barbeau ... Ms. Peters (segment "Teacher's Aide")
Adam Postil ... Wizard (segment "Teacher's Aide")

Miguel A. Núñez Jr. ... Trojan (segment "Teacher's Aide") (as Miguel Nunez)
Josh Richman ... Fury (segment "Teacher's Aide")
Fred Morsell ... Hugh Costin (segment "Teacher's Aide")

Brian Robbins ... 12th Grader (segment "Teacher's Aide")
Sarah Partridge ... Student Teacher (segment "Teacher's Aide")
Richard Brainard ... Younger Brother (segment "Teacher's Aide")
Susanne Sasson ... Jennifer (segment "Teacher's Aide")
Al Christy ... Security Guard (segment "Teacher's Aide")
Noelle Harling ... Amanda (segment "Teacher's Aide")

Danny Kaye ... Gaspar (segment "Paladin of the Lost Hour")

Glynn Turman ... Billy Kinetta (segment "Paladin of the Lost Hour")
John Bryant ... Punk #1 (segment "Paladin of the Lost Hour")
Corkey Ford ... Punk #2 (segment "Paladin of the Lost Hour") (as Corky Ford)
Mike Reynolds ... Driver (segment "Paladin of the Lost Hour")

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (voice)

Todd Susman ... Teacher's Aide (segment "Teacher's Aide") (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Act Break/The Burning Man/Dealer's Choice

15 November 1985
In ACT BREAK, selfish second-rate playwright Maury Winkler wishes for a better writing partner than his ailing colleague Harry. THE BURNING MAN appears on the road and tries to hitch a ride during a heat wave in the 1930's. In DEALER'S CHOICE, four poker pals sit down for a game with a mysterious stand-in named Nick.

James Coco ... Maury Winkler (segment "Act Break")

Bob Dishy ... Harry / William Shakespeare (segment "Act Break")

Avery Schreiber ... Landlord (segment "Act Break")

Piper Laurie ... Aunt Neva (segment "The Burning Man")

Danny Cooksey ... Little Boy (segment "The Burning Man")

Andre Gower ... Doug (segment "The Burning Man") (as André Gower)

Roberts Blossom ... Man (segment "The Burning Man")

Dan Hedaya ... Nick

M. Emmet Walsh ... Peter (segment "Dealer's Choice")

Garrett Morris ... Jake (segment "Dealer's Choice")

Barney Martin ... Marty (segment "Dealer's Choice")

Morgan Freeman ... Tony (segment "Dealer's Choice")

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (segments Act Break and Dealer's choice) (voice)

Season 1, Episode 9: Dead Woman's Shoes/Wong's Lost and Found Emporium

22 November 1985
"Dead Woman's Shoes": A meek thrift store clerk is possessed by the spirit of a dead woman. "Wong's Lost and Found Emporium": A man in search of his compassion looks for it in a mysterious place.

Helen Mirren ... Maddie Duncan (segment "Dead Woman's Shoes")

Jeffrey Tambor ... Kyle Montgomery (segment "Dead Woman's Shoes")

Theresa Saldana ... Inez (segment "Dead Woman's Shoes")

Robert Pastorelli ... Man (segment "Dead Woman's Shoes")
Sasha von Scherler ... Eileen (segment "Dead Woman's Shoes")

Hardy Rawls ... Hyatt (segment "Dead Woman's Shoes")
Tyra Ferrell ... Maid (segment "Dead Woman's Shoes")

Julie Dolan ... Girl (segment "Dead Woman's Shoes")

Leslie Bega ... Girl (segment "Dead Woman's Shoes")

Nana Visitor ... Lori (segment "Dead Woman's Shoes")

Lance E. Nichols ... Cabbie (segment "Dead Woman's Shoes") (as Lance Nichols)
Pia Grønning ... Susan Montgomery (segment "Dead Woman's Shoes")

Brian Tochi ... David Wong (segment "Wong's Lost and Found Emporium")
Anna Maria Poon ... Melinda (segment "Wong's Lost and Found Emporium")

Carol Bruce ... Mrs. Whitford (segment "Wong's Lost and Found Emporium")
Stacy Keach Sr. ... Elderly Man (segment "Wong's Lost and Found Emporium")
Jack Jozefson ... Cashier (segment "Wong's Lost and Found Emporium")
Marty Levy ... Customer (segment "Wong's Lost and Found Emporium")

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (voice)
Lauren Blaine ... Girl in Spa (segment "Dead Woman's Shoes") (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: The Shadow Man/The Uncle Devil Show/Opening Day

29 November 1985
"The Shadow Man": A teenager discovers that a supernatural being lives underneath his bed. "The Uncle Devil Show": A children's video tape includes instructions in the black arts. "Opening Day": A golf pro who kills a businessman in order to be with his wife suddenly finds himself occupying the other man's life just before the murder.

Jonathan Ward ... Danny Hayes (segment "The Shadow Man")
Jason Presson ... Eric (segment "The Shadow Man")

Michael Lopez ... Peter (segment "The Shadow Man") (as Michael Rich)
Heather Haase ... Lianna Ames (segment "The Shadow Man")
Jeff Calhoun ... The Shadowman (segment "The Shadow Man")

Kathleen Coyne ... Mother (segment "The Shadow Man")
Tricia Bartholome ... Redhead Girl (segment "The Shadow Man")
Julia Hendler ... Girl with Braces (segment "The Shadow Man")
Melissa Moultrie ... Janie (segment "The Shadow Man")

Christopher Gosch ... Boy #1 (segment "The Shadow Man")
Marcus Bentley ... Boy with Glasses (segment "The Shadow Man") (as Marc Bently)
David Goldsmith ... Kid #1 (segment "The Shadow Man")

Amy O'Neill ... Blonde Girl (segment "The Shadow Man")
Murphy Dunne ... Uncle Devil (segment "The Uncle Devil Show")

Joel Polis ... Dad (segment "The Uncle Devil Show")

Wendy Phillips ... Mom (segment "The Uncle Devil Show")
Gregory Mier ... Joey (segment "The Uncle Devil Show")

Martin Kove ... Joe Farrell (segment "Opening Day")

Jeffrey Jones ... Carl Wilkerson (segment "Opening Day") (as Jeff Jones)
Elan Oberon ... Sally (segment "Opening Day")

Molly Morgan ... Kerri (segment "Opening Day")
Shawn Donahue ... Joe Jr. (segment "Opening Day")
Andrea Hall ... Beverly (segment "Opening Day") (as Andrea Hall-Lovell)
Michael Nissman ... Ned (segment "Opening Day")
Shelby Billington ... Girl at Party (segment "Opening Day")

Frank McRae ... Sheriff (segment "Opening Day")
Gary Hollis ... Male Guest (segment "Opening Day")

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (segment "The Shadow Man" and "Opening Day") (voice)

John Milius ... Attendant (segment "Opening Day") (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: The Beacon/One Life, Furnished in Early Poverty

6 December 1985
"The Beacon": A doctor stumbles across an isolated town with a secret. "One Life, Furnished in Early Poverty": A troubled writer goes back to his childhood to trace the source of his problems.

Season 1, Episode 12: Her Pilgrim Soul/I of Newton

13 December 1985
In "Her Pilgrim Soul," two scientists must discover why the spirit of a woman is reliving a previous life within their holographic computer. "I of Newton" showcases a mathematician in a battle of wits with the Devil for his soul.
Kristoffer Tabori ... Kevin Drayton (segment "Her Pilgrim Soul")
Anne Twomey ... Nola Granville (segment "Her Pilgrim Soul")

Gary Cole ... Daniel Gaddis (segment "Her Pilgrim Soul")

Wendy Girard ... Carol Drayton (segment "Her Pilgrim Soul")
Betsy Licon ... Nola - Age 5 (segment "Her Pilgrim Soul") (as Betsy Jane Licon)

Danica McKellar ... Nola - Age 10 (segment "Her Pilgrim Soul")
Katherine Wallach ... Susan (segment "Her Pilgrim Soul")

Richard McGonagle ... Lester (segment "Her Pilgrim Soul")
Nelson Welch ... Ruskin (segment "Her Pilgrim Soul")

Sherman Hemsley ... Sam (segment "I of Newton")

Ron Glass ... The Devil (segment "I of Newton")

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (voice)

Season 1, Episode 13: Night of the Meek/But Can She Type?/The Star

20 December 1985
Henry Corwin, a department store Santa Claus, is fired from his job, but finds his toy sack is a magical deliverer of Christmas cheer. In "But Can She Type?," miserable secretary Karen Billings comes across a copy machine that transports her to a world where secretaries are adored and honored. And, in "The Star," space archaeologists stumble upon a planet whose civilization died about two thousand years ago when its star went super nova.

Richard Mulligan ... Henry Corwin (segment "Night of the Meek")

William Atherton ... Mr. Dundee (segment "Night of the Meek")
Bill Henderson ... Older Cop (segment "Night of the Meek")
Teddy Wilson ... Henderson (segment "Night of the Meek")

Shelby Leverington ... Mother of Little Boy (segment "Night of the Meek")

Joanne Baron ... Mrs. Beacham (segment "Night of the Meek")

Thomas F. Duffy ... Businessman (segment "Night of the Meek")
Hugo Stanger ... Dobson (segment "Night of the Meek")
Charles Sweigart ... Bruno the Bartender (segment "Night of the Meek")
Wayne Morton ... Manager (segment "Night of the Meek")
Monty Ash ... Old Man (segment "Night of the Meek")

Jeff Kober ... Younger Cop (segment "Night of the Meek")
Patricia Wilson ... Woman Caroler (segment "Night of the Meek")
Wilson Camp ... Man (segment "Night of the Meek")

Benji Gregory ... Boy (segment "Night of the Meek") (as Benjie Gregory)
Paul Stout ... Baseball Boy (segment "Night of the Meek")
Georgia Schmidt ... Wife (segment "Night of the Meek")

Muriel Minot ... Mother of Little Girl (segment "Night of the Meek")
Enid Rodgers ... The Spinster (segment "Night of the Meek")
Brian Muehl ... Father (segment "Night of the Meek")
Toria Crosby ... Little Girl (segment "Night of the Meek")

Larenz Tate ... Older Brother (segment "Night of the Meek")
Harry Governick ... Man on Road (segment "Night of the Meek")

Phyllis Ehrlich ... Woman on Phone (segment "Night of the Meek")

Pam Dawber ... Karen Billings (segment "But Can She Type?")
Charles Levin ... Burt (segment "But Can She Type?")
Jeannie Elias ... Marcy (segment "But Can She Type?")

Jonathan Frakes ... Single Guy (segment "But Can She Type?")
Deborah Harmon ... Hostess (segment "But Can She Type?")
Michael Prince ... Rehnquist (segment "But Can She Type?")
Amzie Strickland ... Cleaning Woman (segment "But Can She Type?")
Jolina Collins ... Model (segment "But Can She Type?")
Douglas Blair ... Limo Driver (segment "But Can She Type?")

Ken Sagoes ... Workman (segment "But Can She Type?")

Fritz Weaver ... Fr. Matthew Karsighan (segment "The Star")

Donald Moffat ... Dr. Chandler (segment "The Star")
Elizabeth Huddle ... Capt. Durant (segment "The Star")

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (segments"But Can She Type?" and "The Star") (voice)

Season 1, Episode 14: Still Life/The Little People of Killany Woods/The Misfortune Cookie

3 January 1986
In STILL LIFE, Dan Arnold discovers that an antique camera used on an Amazon expedition decades earlier yields mysterious photos inside. THE LITTLE PEOPLE OF KILLANY WOODS deals with pub regulars who are skeptical when the town drunk claims to have seen leprechauns in a nearby forest. THE MISFORTUNE COOKIE lands on the plate of arrogant food critic Harry Folger when he writes a negative review of Mr. Lee's Chinese restaurant without tasting the food first.

Robert Carradine ... Daniel Arnold (segment "Still Life")
Marilyn Jones ... Becky Arnold (segment "Still Life")

John Carradine ... Prof. Alex Stottel (segment "Still Life")
Robert Morris ... Curacai (segment "Still Life")
Hamilton Camp ... Liam O'Shaughnessy (segment "The Little People of Killany Woods")
Michael Alldredge ... Mike Mulvaney (segment "The Little People of Killany Woods")
James Scally ... Kelly (segment "The Little People of Killany Woods")
Tim Donahue ... Eddie Donovan (segment "The Little People of Killany Woods")
Anthony Palmer ... McGinty (segment "The Little People of Killany Woods")

Hal Landon Jr. ... O'Dell (segment "The Little People of Killany Woods") (as Hal Landon)

Pat Crawford Brown ... Mrs. Finnegan (segment "The Little People of Killany Woods")

Elliott Gould ... Harry Folger (segment "The Misfortune Cookie")
Bennett Ohta ... Mr. Lee (segment "The Misfortune Cookie")

Caroline Lagerfelt ... April Hamilton (segment "The Misfortune Cookie")
Frederick Coffin ... Max (segment "The Misfortune Cookie")
Claire Carter ... Glamorous Gourmette (segment "The Misfortune Cookie")
John G. Scanlon ... O'Malley (segment "The Misfortune Cookie")
Elven Havard ... Guard (segment "The Misfortune Cookie")

Al Leong ... Proprietor (segment "The Misfortune Cookie") (as Albert Leong)

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (voice)
Lauren Blaine ... Woman in Store (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: Monsters!/A Small Talent for War/A Matter of Minutes

24 January 1986
Emile Francis Bendictson appears to be a kind senior citizen, but there's more to him than meets the eye in MONSTERS! In A SMALL TALENT FOR WAR, an alien ambassador attends a meeting of the United Nations. In A MATTER OF MINUTES, Michael and June Wright awaken to find their home overrun by faceless laborers.

Ralph Bellamy ... Emile Francis Bendictson (segment "Monsters!")

Oliver Robins ... Toby Michaels (segment "Monsters!")

Kathleen Lloyd ... Mrs. Michaels (segment "Monsters!")
Bruce Solomon ... Mr. Michaels (segment "Monsters!")
Lewis Dauber ... Lou Calderon (segment "Monsters!")
Mary Margaret Lewis ... Liz (segment "Monsters!")
Roger Hampton ... Mover #1 (segment "Monsters!")

Eve Brenner ... Neighbor #1 (segment "Monsters!")
Teryn Jenkins ... Neighbor #2 (segment "Monsters!")

John Glover ... Alien Ambassador (segment "A Small Talent for War")

Peter Michael Goetz ... American Ambassador Fraser (segment "A Small Talent for War")

Stefan Gierasch ... Russian Diplomat (segment "A Small Talent for War")
Fran Bennett ... UN Chairman (segment "A Small Talent for War")
José Angel Santana ... Aide (segment "A Small Talent for War") (as José Santana)
Gillian Eaton ... British Delegate (segment "A Small Talent for War")
Richard Brestoff ... British Aide (segment "A Small Talent for War")

Adam Arkin ... Michael Wright (segment "A Matter of Minutes")

Karen Austin ... June Wright (segment "A Matter of Minutes")

Adolph Caesar ... Supervisor (segment "A Matter of Minutes")

Marianne Muellerleile ... Woman #1 In Accident (segment "A Matter of Minutes")
Joanna Johnson ... Woman #2 In Accident (segment "A Matter of Minutes")
Alan David Gelman ... Heavyset Man (segment "A Matter of Minutes")

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (segments "A Small Talent for War"and "A Matter of Minutes") (voice)

Season 1, Episode 16: The Elevator/To See the Invisible Man/Tooth and Consequences

31 January 1986
Brothers Will and Roger use THE ELEVATOR to locate their father's growth serum, which was developed to ensure a plentiful food supply. In TO SEE THE INVISIBLE MAN, emotionally cold Mitchell Chaplin is sentenced to one year of social invisibility as punishment. In TOOTH AND CONSEQUENCES, despondent dentist Myron Mandel receives a visit from the Tooth Fairy.

Stephen Geoffreys ... Will (segment "The Elevator")
Robert Prescott ... Roger (segment "The Elevator")
Douglas Emerson ... Young Roger (segment "The Elevator")
Brandon Bluhm ... Young Will (segment "The Elevator")

Cotter Smith ... Mitchell Chaplin (segment "To See the Invisible Man")
Karlene Crockett ... Invisible Woman (segment "To See the Invisible Man")
Mary-Robin Redd ... Margaret (segment "To See the Invisible Man")
Peter Hobbs ... Bennett Gershe (segment "To See the Invisible Man")
Bonnie Campbell-Britton ... Woman (segment "To See the Invisible Man")
Jack Gallagher ... Comic (segment "To See the Invisible Man")
Kenneth Danziger ... Maitre d' (segment "To See the Invisible Man")
Richard Jamison ... Guard No. 1 (segment "To See the Invisible Man")
Chris McCarty ... Business Man (segment "To See the Invisible Man")
Karla Richards ... Waitress (segment "To See the Invisible Man")
Rebecca Robertson ... Nurse (segment "To See the Invisible Man")
Dean Fortunato ... Tough No. 1 (segment "To See the Invisible Man")
Steve Peterson ... Server (segment "To See the Invisible Man")
Terri Lynn Wood ... Crying Girl (segment "To See the Invisible Man")

Whit Hertford ... Young Boy (segment "To See the Invisible Man") (as Whitby Hertford)

David Birney ... Dr. Myron Mandel (segment "Tooth and Consequences")

Kenneth Mars ... Tooth Fairy (segment "Tooth and Consequences")
Oliver Clark ... Dr. Walter Pinkham (segment "Tooth and Consequences")

Teresa Ganzel ... Lydia Bixby (segment "Tooth and Consequences")

Peggy Pope ... Mrs. Schulman (segment "Tooth and Consequences")
Mina Kolb ... Mrs. Taylor (segment "Tooth and Consequences")
Jane Ralston ... Receptionist (segment "Tooth and Consequences")
Ermal Williamson ... Mr. Frank (segment "Tooth and Consequences")
Martin Azarow ... Man (segment "Tooth and Consequences")

Mitzi McCall ... Middle-Aged Woman (segment "Tooth and Consequences")

William Utay ... Eating Hobo (segment "Tooth and Consequences")
Nat Bernstein ... Hobo No. 1 Hobo (segment "Tooth and Consequences")
Jack Lindine ... Hobo No. 2 (segment "Tooth and Consequences")
Ron Ross ... Hobo No. 3 (segment "Tooth and Consequences")

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (segments "To See the Invisible Man" and "Tooth and Consequences") (voice)

Cynthia Lea Clark ... Spa Patron (segment "To See the Invisible Man") (uncredited)
Harry Stephens ... Eating Hobo (segment "Tooth and Consequences") (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: Welcome to Winfield/Quarantine

7 February 1986
"Welcome to Winfield": Two people fleeing an agent of Death hide in an unusual town. "Quarantine": A weapons engineer is awakened from suspended animation to deal with an imminent threat from space.

Elisha Cook Jr. ... Weldon (segment "Welcome to Winfield") (as Elisa Cook)

Alan Fudge ... Sheriff (segment "Welcome to Winfield")

Henry Gibson ... Mayor (segment "Welcome to Winfield")

Jon Caliri ... Matt Winnaker (segment "Welcome to Winfield") (as Jonathan Caliri)

JoAnn Willette ... Lori Bodell (segment "Welcome to Winfield")

Gerrit Graham ... Griffin St. George (segment "Welcome to Winfield")

Dennis Fimple ... Ray Bob (segment "Welcome to Winfield")
Chip Heller ... Elton (segment "Welcome to Winfield")
Sally Klein ... Mamie (segment "Welcome to Winfield")
Claudia Bryar ... Townsperson #1 (segment "Welcome to Winfield")
Dave Morick ... Townsperson #2 (segment "Welcome to Winfield") (as David Morick)

Scott Wilson ... Matthew Foreman (segment "Quarantine")

Tess Harper ... Sarah (segment "Quarantine")
Larry Riley ... Joshua (segment "Quarantine")

D.W. Brown ... John (segment "Quarantine")
Jeanne Mori ... Irene (segment "Quarantine")

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (voice)
Luci-Lynn Norris

Season 1, Episode 18: Gramma/Personal Demons/Cold Reading

14 February 1986
In "Personal Demons", a blocked writer copes with destructive black-clad creatures that can only be seen by him. In "Cold Reading", an understudy copes with radio director Nelson Westbrook's insistence on real sound effects.

Barret Oliver ... Georgie (segment "Gramma")

Darlanne Fluegel ... Mom (segment "Gramma")
Frederick Long ... Gramma (segment "Gramma")

Martin Balsam ... Rockne S. O'Bannon (segment "Personal Demons")

Clive Revill ... Agent (segment "Personal Demons")
Joshua Shelley ... Herman Gold (segment "Personal Demons")

Tommy Madden ... Creature #1 (segment "Personal Demons")
Marlena Giovi ... Widow (segment "Personal Demons")
Penny Baker ... Pam (segment "Personal Demons")
Stephen Flanigan ... Harry (Segment "Personal Demons")

Billy Curtis ... Creature (segment "Personal Demons")
Gary Friedkin ... Creature (segment "Personal Demons")

Kevin Thompson ... Creature (segment "Personal Demons")
Daniel Frishman ... Creature (segment "Personal Demons") (as Dan Frishman)
Lou Carry ... Creature (segment "Personal Demons")
Jerry Maren ... Creature (segment "Personal Demons")

Dick Shawn ... Nelson Westbrook (segment "Cold Reading")

Janet Carroll ... Marilyn Cavendish (segment "Cold Reading")

Joel Brooks ... Jack Holland (segment "Cold Reading")

Larry Poindexter ... Milo Trent (segment "Cold Reading") (as Lawrence Poindexter)
Annette McCarthy ... Carla (segment "Cold Reading")
Ralph Manza ... Sol (segment "Cold Reading")
Kevin Scannell ... Announcer (segment "Cold Reading")

Mike Pniewski ... Page (segment "Cold Reading")

Paul Keith ... Paul Loomis (segment "Cold Reading")
Thomas Bellin ... Ed Winter (segment "Cold Reading")
Jon Melichar ... Engineer (segment "Cold Reading")

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (segment "Cold Reading") (voice)

Season 1, Episode 19: The Leprechaun-Artist/Dead Run

21 February 1986
"The Leprechaun-Artist": Three teenage boys are each granted a wish after catching a vacationing leprechaun. "Dead Run": A down-on-his-luck trucker accepts a job hauling an unusual cargo.
Cork Hubbert ... Shawn McGool (segment "The Leprechaun-Artist")
Joey Green ... J.P. (segment "The Leprechaun-Artist")

Bradley Gregg ... Richie (segment "The Leprechaun-Artist")

Danny Nucci ... Buddy (segment "The Leprechaun-Artist")
James Hess ... Sergeant Brewer (segment "The Leprechaun-Artist")
Marguerite DeLain ... J.P.'s Mom (segment "The Leprechaun-Artist")
Burr Middleton ... Richie's Dad (segment "The Leprechaun-Artist")
Charles Stransky ... Buddy's Dad (segment "The Leprechaun-Artist") (as Chuck Stransky)

Melinda Peterson ... Buddy's Mom (segment "The Leprechaun-Artist")

Steve Railsback ... Johnny Davis (segment "Dead Run")

John de Lancie ... Dispatcher (segment "Dead Run") (as John DeLancie)

Barry Corbin ... Pete Siekovich (segment 'Dead Run')

Ebbe Roe Smith ... Gary Frick (segment "Dead Run")

James Lashly ... Merle (segment "Dead Run")
Paul Jenkins ... Trucker #3 (segment "Dead Run")

John D. LeMay ... Gay Man (segment "Dead Run") (as John Lemay)
Ritch Brinkley ... Middle-Aged Man (segment "Dead Run")

Brent Spiner ... Draft Dodger (segment "Dead Run")

Nancy Lenehan ... Woman Addict (segment "Dead Run")
Howard Mungo ... Employee #2 (segment "Dead Run")
Gertrude Flynn ... Elderly Woman (segment "Dead Run")

David Wells ... Bald Man (segment "Dead Run")
Pat Ast ... Fat Woman (segment "Dead Run")

Brian Libby ... Employee #1 (segment "Dead Run")

Bradley Fisher ... Ferret (segment "Dead Run") (as Brad Fisher)
Jimmie F. Skaggs ... Mean Looking Man (segment "Dead Run")
Andy Landis ... Young Woman (segment "Dead Run")
John Barlow ... Trucker #2 (segment "Dead Run")
Virginia Lantry ... Young Girl (segment "Dead Run")

Donna Lynn Leavy ... Woman #2 (segment "Dead Run")
Gregory Wagrowski ... Man #2
Lisa Cloud ... Woman #1 (segment "Dead Run")

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (voice)

Season 1, Episode 20: Profile in Silver/Button, Button

7 March 1986
"Profile in Silver": After preventing the assassination of President Kennedy, a historian from the future faces the consequences of his act. "Button, Button": A couple receives a box with a button -- and an unusual offer.

Lane Smith ... Prof. Joseph Fitzgerald (segment "Profile in Silver")

Andrew Robinson ... President John F. Kennedy (segment "Profile in Silver")

Louis Giambalvo ... Raymond Livingston (segment "Profile in Silver")

Barbara Baxley ... Dr. Kate Wange (segment "Profile in Silver")

Jerry Hardin ... Vice-President Lyndon B. Johnson (segment "Profile in Silver")

Mark L. Taylor ... Inspector (segment "Profile in Silver") (as Mark Taylor)
Charles Lanyer ... TV Anchorman (segment "Profile in Silver")
David Sage ... Professor (segment "Profile in Silver")
Ken Hill ... Presidential Aide (segment "Profile in Silver")
Huck Liggett ... Texan (segment "Profile in Silver")
Gerard Bocaccio ... Student (segment "Profile in Silver")

Mare Winningham ... Norma Lewis (segment "Button, Button")

Brad Davis ... Arthur Lewis (segment "Button, Button")

Basil Hoffman ... Mr. Steward (segment "Button, Button")

J. Neil Schulman ... ER Doctor (segment "Profile in Silver") (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: Need to Know/Red Snow

21 March 1986
In NEED TO KNOW, government investigator Edward Sayers visits a small rural community where insanity is spreading among the residents. In RED SNOW, Russian KGB Colonel Ulyanov goes to a Siberian labor camp to investigate violent deaths of Communist party officials.

William Petersen ... Edward Sayers (segment "Need to Know") (as William L. Petersen)

Robin Gammell ... Jeffrey Potts (segment "Need to Know")

Frances McDormand ... Amanda Strickland (segment "Need to Know")
Harold Ayer ... Mr. Strickland (segment "Need to Know")
Eldon Quick ... Dr. Benitz (segment "Need to Know")

Ellen Albertini Dow ... Mrs. Hotchkiss (segment "Need to Know")
Shay Garner ... Dr. Fall (segment "Need to Know")
Ray Ballard ... Jeck Henries (segment "Need to Know")
Clarence Brown ... Wiley Whitlow (segment "Need to Know")

George Dzundza ... Col. Ulyanov (segment "Red Snow")

Barry Miller ... Ivan Povin (segment "Red Snow")

Vladimir Skomarovsky ... Mayor Titov (segment "Red Snow")

Victoria Tennant ... Valentina Orlova (segment "Red Snow")
Rod Colbin ... Minister (segment "Red Snow")

Andrew Divoff ... Vladimir (segment "Red Snow")
Lillian Adams ... Babushka (segment "Red Snow")
Jack Diamond ... Crishenko (segment "Red Snow") (as Jack Ross Obney)
Kimberly Ann Morris ... Calya (segment "Red Snow")
Mike Kulcsar ... Colodkin (segment "Red Snow")
Tom Maier ... Villager (segment "Red Snow")

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (segment "Need to Know") (voice)

Season 1, Episode 22: Take My Life... Please!/Devil's Alphabet/The Library

28 March 1986
Comedian Billy Diamond plays a tough gig in the afterlife. "Devil's Alphabet": In Victorian England, Cambridge graduates are bound by a youthful oath even after they die. "The Library": A young woman goes to work in an unusual library.

Tim Thomerson ... Billy Diamond (segment "Take My Life...Please!")
Ray Buktenica ... Max (segment "Take My Life...Please!")

Xander Berkeley ... Dave (segment "Take My Life...Please!")

James MacKrell ... Marty (segment "Take My Life...Please!") (as Jim McKrell)

Ben Cross ... Frederick (segment "Devil's Alphabet")

Hywel Bennett ... Grant (segment "Devil's Alphabet")
Robert Schenkkan ... Eli (segment "Devil's Alphabet")

Wayne Alexander ... Cornelius (segment "Devil's Alphabet")

Ethan Phillips ... Deaver (segment "Devil's Alphabet")
Osmund Bullock ... Andrew (segment "Devil's Alphabet")

Jim Piddock ... Brian (segment "Devil's Alphabet")
Stuart Dowling ... Creditor (segment "Devil's Alphabet")
Christopher Carroll ... Chimney Sweep (segment "Devil's Alphabet")

Christopher Grove ... Assistant Chimney Sweep (segment "Devil's Alphabet")

Uta Hagen ... Gloria (segment "The Library")

Frances Conroy ... Ellie Pendleton (segment "The Library")

Lori Petty ... Lori Pendleton (segment "The Library")

Joe Santos ... Doug Kelleher (segment "The Library")

Candice Azzara ... Carla Mollencami (segment "The Library") (as Candy Azzara)

Alan Blumenfeld ... Edwin Dewett (segment "The Library")
Jay Gerber ... Man (segment "The Library")
Mimi Monaco ... Woman (segment "The Library")

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (segment "Take My Life...Please!") (voice)

Cynthia Lea Clark ... Showgirl (segment "Take My Life...Please!") (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 23: Shadow Play/Grace Note

4 April 1986
In SHADOW PLAY, a remake of the episode from the original "Twilight Zone" series, Death Row inmate Adam Grant is terrified that the participants in his trial will cease to exist when he is executed. In GRACE NOTE, young Rosemarie Miletti aspires to be a famous opera singer and receives a surprising glimpse into the future.

Peter Coyote ... Adam Grant (segment "Shadow Play")
Janet Eilber ... Erin Jacobs (segment "Shadow Play")

Deborah May ... Carol Ritchie (segment "Shadow Play")
Ramon Bieri ... Flash (segment "Shadow Play") (as Raymond Bieri)

William Schallert ... Father Grant (segment "Shadow Play")

William Smith ... Guard (segment "Shadow Play")

Earl Billings ... Jimmy (segment "Shadow Play")

George Petrie ... Judge (segment "Shadow Play") (as George O. Petrie)

Guy Boyd ... Mark Ritchie (segment "Shadow Play")

Hank Garrett ... Warden (segment "Shadow Play")
Ellaraino ... Foreman (segment "Shadow Play") (as Ella Raino Edwards)
Gilbert De la Pena ... Munoz (segment "Shadow Play")

Julia Migenes ... Rosemarie Miletti (segment "Grace Note") (as Julia Migenes Johnson)

Sydney Penny ... Mary Miletti (segment "Grace Note")

Rhoda Gemignani ... Angelina (segment "Grace Note")

Kay E. Kuter ... Maestro Barbieri (segment "Grace Note")
Catherine Paolone ... Dorothy - Age 35 (segment "Grace Note")

Ross Evans ... Sam (segment "Grace Note")
Devon Pierce ... Theresa (segment "Grace Note") (as Ruth Zakarian)
Gina Vinaccia ... Dorothy - Age 9 (segment "Grace Note") (as Gina Marie Vinaccia)
Elliott Scott ... Joey (segment "Grace Note")

Toni Sawyer ... Older Woman (segment "Grace Note")

Tom Finnegan ... Cabbie (segment "Grace Note")
Craig Schaefer ... Guard (segment "Grace Note")
Sandy Lipton ... Woman (segment "Grace Note")

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (voice)

Season 1, Episode 24: A Day in Beaumont/The Last Defender of Camelot

11 April 1986
Scientist Kevin Carlson and his fiancée Faith can't get anyone to believe that they saw a flying saucer land during A DAY IN BEAUMONT. In THE LAST DEFENDER OF CAMELOT, Lancelot is summoned by Morgan LeFay to meet with Merlin the magician, who plans to restore Camelot.

Victor Garber ... Dr. Kevin Carlson (segment "A Day in Beaumont")

Stacey Nelkin ... Faith (segment "A Day in Beaumont")

Jeff Morrow ... H.G. Orson (segment "A Day in Beaumont")

John Agar ... Pop (segment "A Day in Beaumont")

Kenneth Tobey ... Sheriff Haskin (segment "A Day in Beaumont")

Warren Stevens ... Major Whitmore (segment "A Day in Beaumont")

Richard Partlow ... Sergeant (segment "A Day in Beaumont")

Myles O'Brien ... Young Man (segment "A Day in Beaumont")

Richard Kiley ... Sir Lancelot du Lac (segment "The Last Defender of Camelot")

Jenny Agutter ... Morgan Le Fay (segment "The Last Defender of Camelot")

John Cameron Mitchell ... Tom (segment "The Last Defender of Camelot")

Norman Lloyd ... Merlin (segment "The Last Defender of Camelot")

Anthony LaPaglia ... Punk #1 (segment "The Last Defender of Camelot")

Don Stark ... Punk #2 (segment "The Last Defender of Camelot")

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (segment "The Last Defender of Camelot") (voice)

George Marshall Ruge ... Crimson Knight (segment "The Last Defender of Camelot") (uncredited)

Season 2

Season 2, Episode 1: The Once and Future King/A Saucer of Loneliness

27 September 1986
The Once and Future King: Elvis impersonator Gary Pitkin finds himself transported back to Elvis' time after a car accident. A Saucer of Loneliness: Shy young Margaret receives a private message from a flying saucer.

Jeff Yagher ... Gary Pitkin / Elvis Presley (segment "The Once and Future King")

Lisa Jane Persky ... Sandra (segment "The Once and Future King")

Red West ... Mr. Harris (segment "The Once and Future King")

Paul Eiding ... Sam Phillips (segment "The Once and Future King")
Banks Harper ... Marion Keisker (segment "The Once and Future King")

Brian Hatton ... Bill (segment "The Once and Future King")

Mitch Carter ... Scotty (segment "The Once and Future King")
Cynthia Sanders ... Waitress (segment "The Once and Future King")
Nancy Throckmorton ... Barmaid (segment "The Once and Future King")

Shelley Duvall ... Margaret (segment "A Saucer of Loneliness")

Richard Libertini ... Beach Man (segment "A Saucer of Loneliness")

Nan Martin ... Margaret's Mother (segment "A Saucer of Loneliness")
Edith Diaz ... Religious Woman (segment "A Saucer of Loneliness")

Andrew Masset ... Margaret's Date (segment "A Saucer of Loneliness")
Mari Gorman ... Jill (segment "A Saucer of Loneliness")
Myrna White ... Psychiatrist (segment "A Saucer of Loneliness")
Michael Zand ... Clerk (segment "A Saucer of Loneliness")

Brixton Karnes ... Boyfriend (segment "A Saucer of Loneliness") (as Brick Karnes)

James Edward Thomas ... Hank Charles (segment "A Saucer of Loneliness")

Bruno Alexander ... Officer (segment "A Saucer of Loneliness") (as Bruno Aclin)
Laura Harlan ... Waitress (segment "A Saucer of Loneliness")
Geoff Witcher ... Anchorman (segment "A Saucer of Loneliness")
Mary Ingersoll ... Reporter #1 (segment "A Saucer of Loneliness")

David Hayward ... Reporter #2 (segment "A Saucer of Loneliness") (as David Grant Hayward)

Shannon Lee Avnsoe ... Reporter #3 (segment "A Saucer of Loneliness")

J. Omar Hansen ... Reporter #4 (segment "A Saucer of Loneliness")
Jeff Dandurand ... Kid on Beach (segment "A Saucer of Loneliness") (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: What Are Friends For?/Aqua Vita

4 October 1986
What Are Friends For?: Alex Mattingly wonders whether his son Jeff's new friend Mike is real or imaginary. Aqua Vita: Television newscaster Christie Copperfield discovers a fountain of youth in the form of bottled water and takes a liking to it, but then the price rises.

Tom Skerritt ... Alex Mattingly (segment "What Are Friends For?")

Fred Savage ... Jeff Mattingly (segment "What Are Friends For?")

Lukas Haas ... Mike (segment "What Are Friends For?")
Joy Claussen ... Allyson Conrad (segment "What Are Friends For?")
Michael Ennis ... Ross Conrad (segment "What Are Friends For?")

Mark-Paul Gosselaar ... Tim Conrad (segment "What Are Friends For?")
Johnny Green ... Larry Conrad (segment "What Are Friends For?")
Jennifer Roach ... Cindy Conrad (segment "What Are Friends For?")
David Selbert ... Doctor (segment "What Are Friends For?") (as David Selberg)

Mimi Kennedy ... Christie Copperfield (segment "Aqua Vita")

Joseph Hacker ... Marc (segment "Aqua Vita")
Amanda Horan Kennedy ... Shauna Allen (segment "Aqua Vita") (as Barbara Horan)

Christopher McDonald ... Delivery Man

Martin Doyle ... News Editor (segment "Aqua Vita")
Bob Delegall ... Sales Manager (segment "Aqua Vita")

John D. LeMay ... Ted (segment "Aqua Vita") (as John LeMay)
Harry Stephens ... Young Man (segment "Aqua Vita")

Cynthia Kania ... Young Woman (segment "Aqua Vita")

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (voice)

Season 2, Episode 3: The Storyteller/Nightsong

11 October 1986
The Storyteller: Adolescent Micah Frost keeps his great-great-great-grandfather alive by making up serialized stories that continue night after night. Nightsong: Disc jockey Andrea Fields plays an obscure record made by her lost lover Simon Locke, who mysteriously reappears after a long absence.

Glynnis O'Connor ... Dorothy Livingston (segment "The Storyteller")

David Faustino ... Micah Frost (segment "The Storyteller")

Parley Baer ... Grandfather Frost (segment "The Storyteller")
Nike Doukas ... Heather (segment "The Storyteller")

Ellen Albertini Dow ... Old Woman (segment "The Storyteller")
Robert Britton ... Bus Driver (segment "The Storyteller")
Patricia Allison ... Roberta Dockweiller (segment "The Storyteller")

John Saint Ryan ... William (segment "The Storyteller") (as Morgan Saint John)
Tony Anton ... Daniel Ellidge (segment "The Storyteller")
Billy Anton ... Nathaniel Ellidge (segment "The Storyteller")
Melissa Clayton ... Pig-Tailed Girl (segment "The Storyteller")
Billie Joe Wright ... Farmboy (segment "The Storyteller")
Bill Sak ... Doctor (segment "The Storyteller")
Frank Moon ... Man with Scar (segment "The Storyteller")

Lisa Eilbacher ... Andie Fields (segment "Nightsong")

Kip Gilman ... Ace Campbell (segment "Nightsong") (as Kenneth David Gilman)
Antony Hamilton ... Simon Locke (segment "Nightsong")

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (voice)
Morgan Saint John ... Michael (segment "The Storyteller")

Season 2, Episode 4: The After Hours/Lost and Found/The World Next Door

18 October 1986
The After Hours: Marsha Cole detects shadowy figures and mysterious voices around her during a trip to a local shopping mall. Lost and Found: College student Jennifer Templeton finds out why her possessions have been vanishing. The World Next Door: Would-be inventor Barney Schlessinger is bored with his life until he meets another inventor in a parallel world.

Terry Farrell ... Marsha Cole (segment "The After Hours")

Ned Bellamy ... Man (segment "The After Hours")

Ann Wedgeworth ... Clerk (segment "The After Hours")
Chip Heller ... Workman (segment "The After Hours")
Lori Michaels ... Mother (segment "The After Hours")
Edan Gross ... Boy (segment "The After Hours")

Evan James ... Teenage Security (segment "The After Hours") (as Evan Malmuth)
Alan David ... Security (segment "The After Hours")

Albie Selznick ... Mannequin #1 (segment "The After Hours")

Deborah Rykoff-Bennett ... Mannequin #2 (segment "The After Hours")
Caprice Rothe ... Bin Mannequin #1 (segment "The After Hours")
Michael Dobo ... Store Owner (segment "The After Hours")

Akosua Busia ... Jennifer Templeton (segment "Lost and Found")
Cindy Harrell ... Kathy (segment "Lost and Found")

Leslie Ackerman ... Time-Traveller (segment "Lost and Found")
Raye Birk ... Time-Traveller (segment "Lost and Found")

George Wendt ... Barney Schlesinger (segment "The World Next Door")

Bernadette Birkett ... Katie Schlessinger (segment "The World Next Door")

Tom Finnegan ... Steve (segment "The World Next Door")

Jeffrey Tambor ... Milton (segment "The World Next Door")
Victoria Bass ... Lucille (segment "The World Next Door")
Dinah Lenney ... Francine (segment "The World Next Door")
Jon Menick ... Butler (segment "The World Next Door")

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (segments "The After Hours" and "The World Next Door") (voice)

Season 2, Episode 5: The Toys of Caliban

4 December 1986
Elderly Ernie Ross and his wife Mary live in fear of their son Toby, who has the magical ability to turn any imagined item into reality.

Richard Mulligan ... Ernie Ross

Anne Haney ... Mary Ross
David Greenlee ... Toby Ross
Alexandra Borrie ... Mandy Kemp
Earl Houston Bullock ... Minister (as Earl Bullock)

Richard Biggs ... Dr. Tomson

Season 2, Episode 6: The Convict's Piano

11 December 1986
Ricky Frost has been wrongly convicted of murder and sent to prison, but his musical talent might see him free if he continues to play a certain piano.

Joe Penny ... Ricky Frost

Norman Fell ... Eddie O'Hara

Tom O'Brien ... Mickey Shaughnessy

John Hancock ... Dr. Puckett

Sam Scarber ... Max
Cristen Kauffman ... Ellen

Anthony De Longis ... Thompson (as Tony de Longis)
Burton Collins ... Shorty
Raymond O'Keefe ... Guard
Ezekiel Moss ... 1st Prisoner
James McIntire ... 2nd Prisoner
Chad Krentzman ... Soldier

Season 2, Episode 7: The Road Less Travelled

18 December 1986
Vietnam-era draft dodger Jeff McDowell sees something familiar about a wheelchair-bound man who has appeared in his house unexpectedly.

Cliff De Young ... Jeff McDowell (as Cliff DeYoung)
Margaret Klenck ... Denise McDowell
Jackie Bernstein ... Megan McDowell (as Jaclyn-Rose Lester)
Clare Nono ... Susan
John Zarchen ... Jock
Christopher Brown ... Grunt

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (voice)

Season 2, Episode 8: The Card/The Junction

21 February 1987
The Card: Severe penalties await shopper Linda Wolfe when she fails to pay her credit card bills in a timely fashion. The Junction: John Parker and Ray Dobson are trapped inside the local mine. But when one is rescued, the other disappears.

Susan Blakely ... Linda Wolfe (segment "The Card")
Virginia Kiser ... Catherine Foley (segment "The Card")

William Atherton ... Brian Wolfe (segment "The Card")

Ken Lerner ... Salesman (segment "The Card")
Beverly Eilbacher ... Receptionist (segment "The Card") (as Bevery Eilbacher)
Coleby Lombardo ... Evan Wolfe (segment "The Card")

Zachary Bostrom ... Matthew Wolfe (segment "The Card")
Frank Mangano ... Tow Truck Driver (segment "The Card")

William Allen Young ... John Parker (segment "The Junction")

Chris Mulkey ... Ray Dobson (segment "The Junction")

John Dennis Johnston ... Charlie (segment "The Junction")
Michael Alldredge ... Schmidt (segment "The Junction")
William Frankfather ... Rev. Bailey (segment "The Junction")
Tanya Boyd ... Melissa Parker (segment "The Junction")

James Lashly ... Bobby (segment "The Junction")
John Walcutt ... Les (segment "The Junction")

Ann Doran ... Mrs. Clark (segment "The Junction")

Joe Unger ... 1st Rescuer (segment "The Junction")

Karen Landry ... Sarah Dobson (segment "The Junction")
Diane Patton ... Woman (segment "The Junction") (as Dianna Patton)

Bobby Hosea ... Stretcher Bearer (segment "The Junction")

Christopher Kriesa ... 2nd Rescuer (segment "The Junction")

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (segment "The Card") (voice)

Season 2, Episode 9: Joy Ride/Shelter Skelter/Private Channel

21 May 1987
Joy ride: The joy ride that two couples take in a stolen car is disrupted by the car's deceased owner, who isn't done with the car yet. Shelter SkelterR: Two men race to a private fallout shelter at the onset of a nuclear blast. For months they battle cabin fever and loneliness until one decides to venture out of the shelter and faces a horrific landscape of destruction and darkness ... yet everything is not as it may seem. Private Channel: An accident turns an obnoxious young man's radio headset into a receiver of other people's thoughts.

Robert Knepper ... Alonzo (segment "Joy Ride") (as Rob Knepper)

Brooke McCarter ... Greg (segment "Joy Ride")

Heidi Kozak ... Adrienne (segment "Joy Ride")

Tamara Mark ... Deena (segment "Joy Ride")
Burr Middleton ... Policeman (segment "Joy Ride")
Danny Spear ... Policeman (segment "Joy Ride")
Randy Hall ... Fireman (segment "Joy Ride")

Joe Mantegna ... Harry Dobbs (segment "Shelter Skelter")

Joan Allen ... Sally Dobbs (segment "Shelter Skelter")

Jon Gries ... Nick Gatlin (segment "Shelter Skelter") (as Jonathan Gries)
Adam Raber ... Jason Dobbs (segment "Shelter Skelter")

Danica McKellar ... Deidre Dobbs (segment "Shelter Skelter")
Lauren Levinson ... Wendy (segment "Shelter Skelter") (as Lauren Levian)
Diana Lewis ... Reporter (segment "Shelter Skelter")
Tamara Taylor ... Newscaster (segment "Shelter Skelter")
Geoff Witcher ... Announcer (segment "Shelter Skelter")

Scott Coffey ... Keith Barnes (segment "Private Channel")

Andrew Robinson ... Mr. Williams (segment "Private Channel")
Claudia Cron ... Gloria (segment "Private Channel")
Louise Lewis ... Mrs. Feldman (segment "Private Channel") (as Louise Fitch)
Joan Foley ... Girl (segment "Private Channel")

Rebeccah Bush ... Clerk (segment "Private Channel")

Alex Daniels ... Host (segment "Private Channel")
Jackson Hughes ... Paul (segment "Private Channel")
Juliet Sorci ... Little Girl (segment "Private Channel") (as Juliette Sorci)

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (segment "Private Channel") (voice)
Julie Araskog ... Woman (segment "Private Channel") (uncredited)
Roger Nolan ... Man (segment "Private Channel") (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Time and Teresa Golowitz/Voices in the Earth

10 July 1987
Time and Teresa Golowitz: Offered any wish by the Devil at his death, a musician travels back in time to make love to a girl as he regretted not doing before, but then learns one of the guests committed suicide that night. Voices in the Earth: Professor Donald Knowles travels back to Earth with other members of an expedition, and is deeply affected by the Earthlings of centuries earlier.

Gene Barry ... Prince of Darkness (segment "Time and Teresa Golowitz")

Grant Heslov ... Binky Blaustein (segment "Time and Teresa Golowitz")
Kristi Lynes ... Teresa Golowitz (segment "Time and Teresa Golowitz")

Paul Sand ... Bluestone (segment "Time and Teresa Golowitz")

Gina Gershon ... Laura / Prince of Darkness (segment "Time and Teresa Golowitz")
Beau Dremann ... Bob (segment "Time and Teresa Golowitz")
Heather Haase ... Mary Ellen Cosgrove (segment "Time and Teresa Golowitz")

Wallace Langham ... Nelson Baxley (segment "Time and Teresa Golowitz") (as Wally Ward)

J.D. Roth ... Boy at Party (segment "Time and Teresa Golowitz")

Laurel Green ... Girl at Party (segment "Time and Teresa Golowitz")

Martin Balsam ... Prof. Donald Knowles (segment "Voices in the Earth")

Jenny Agutter ... Jacinda Carlyle (segment "Voices in the Earth")
Wortham Krimmer ... Leader (segment "Voices in the Earth")

Tim Russ ... Archer (segment "Voices in the Earth")

Dennis Haskins ... Bledsoe (segment "Voices in the Earth")
Theodore Lehmann ... Old Man (segment "Voices in the Earth") (as Ted Lehman)

Eve Brenner ... Old Woman (segment "Voices in the Earth")
Sandra Ganzer ... Girl (segment "Voices in the Earth")
C'Esca Lawrence ... Young Woman (segment "Voices in the Earth")
Christopher Lofton ... Middle-Aged Man (segment "Voices in the Earth")

Season 2, Episode 11: Song of the Younger World/The Girl I Married

17 July 1987
Song of the Younger World: In the early 20th century, reform school inmate Tanner Smith tempts fate by falling in love with puritanical Warden Mordecai Hawkline's daughter Amy. The Girl I Maried: Middle-aged corporate lawyer Ira Richman misses young Valerie, the girl he married twenty years ago and is surprised to see her materialize.
Peter Kowanko ... Tanner Smith (segment "Song of the Younger World") (as Pete Kowanko)

Paul Benedict ... Hoakie (segment "Song of the Younger World")

Jennifer Rubin ... Amy Hawkline (segment "Song of the Younger World")

Roberts Blossom ... Mordecai Hawkline (segment "Song of the Younger World")

Linda Kelsey ... Valerie Richman (segment "The Girl I Married")
James Whitmore Jr. ... Ira Richman (segment "The Girl I Married")

Dennis Patrick ... Marvin Weingrod (segment "The Girl I Married")

Charles Aidman ... Narrator (voice)
Ron Troncatty ... Ira's Twin Brother (segment "The Girl I Married")

Andrea Aal ... Younger Valerie (segment "The Girl I Married") (uncredited)
Vincent Rebholz ... Buchanan (segment "Song of the Younger World") (uncredited)
Robert Zappa ... Bartender (segment "The Girl I Married") (uncredited)

Season 3

Season 3, Episode 1: The Curious Case of Edgar Witherspoon

24 September 1988
Harry Morgan plays an elderly man with a Rube Goldberg machine filling his apartment. His daughter is concerned and arranges for a social worker to look in on him. It turns out that the machine is an allegory for the world. Harry is constantly making modifications and additions to the machine to keep the world running right.

Harry Morgan ... Edgar Witherspoon

Cedric Smith ... Dr. Jeremy Sinclair
Barbara Chilcott ... Mrs. Milligan
Eve Crawford ... Cynthia
Pixie Bigelow ... Secretary
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 2: Extra Innings

1 October 1988
To the chagrin of his wife Cindy, fading baseball star Ed Hamler sees an uncanny resemblance between himself and Monty Hanks, a fellow baseball player who has the same stats as Ed but lived 78 years ago.

Marc Singer ... Ed Hamler / Monty Hanks
Amber Lea Weston ... Paula
Tracy New ... Cindy Hamler (as Tracy Cunningham)
J. Winston Carroll ... McIntyre
James O'Regan ... Umpire
Lynn Vogt ... Receptionist
Don Chevrier ... Baseball Announcer
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 3: The Crossing

8 October 1988
Mark Cassidy, a hard-working priest in need of a vacation, sees visions of a car that bursts into flame with a child inside.

Ted Shackelford ... Fr. Mark Cassidy

Gerard Parkes ... Monsignor Perot
Seirge LeBlanc ... Billy
Shelagh Harcourt ... Kelly
Bunty Webb ... Mrs. Maggie Dugan
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 4: The Hunters

15 October 1988
An archaeologist investigates newly-discovered cave paintings that prove to be more than they seem.

Louise Fletcher ... Dr. Cline

Michael Hogan ... Sheriff Roy
Leslie Carlson ... Jim Hilsen (as Les Carlson)
Steven Andrade ... Boy
Bob Warner ... Farmer Jacob

Jonathan Potts ... Teaching Assistant
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 5: Dream Me a Life

22 October 1988
Retirement home resident Roger Simpson Leads has nightmares of an unknown woman being stalked.

Eddie Albert ... Roger Leads
Frances Hyland ... Laura Kincaid

Barry Morse ... Frank
Joseph Shaw ... Kincaid

Michelyn Emelle ... Nurse
Jack Mather ... Boarder
Warren Van Evera ... Boarder
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 6: Memories

29 October 1988
A regression therapist wakes up in a world in which everyone can recall their past lives.
Barbara Stock ... Mary McNeal

Nigel Bennett ... Jim Sinclair

James Kidnie ... Vigilante
Judy Sinclair ... Lorraine Gustin
Deidre Flanagan ... Mrs. Vivencore
Lucy Filippone ... Woman
Alan Rosenthal ... Man
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 7: The Hellgramite Method

5 November 1988
An alcoholic agrees to a unique treatment, one that will stop him from drinking -- or kill him in the process.

Timothy Bottoms ... Miley Judson
Leslie Yeo ... Dr. Eugene Murrich

Julie Khaner ... Frannie Judson
Alec Willows ... Jamie
Illya Woloshyn ... Chad Judson
Gerry Salsberg ... Stranger
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 8: Our Selena Is Dying

12 November 1988
A doctor becomes suspicious when a young woman mysteriously begins losing her youth to her dying aunt.

Terri Garber ... Debra Brockman

Jennifer Dale ... Selena Brockman
Charmion King ... Diane Brockman

R.H. Thomson ... Dr. Burrell
Aileen Taylor ... Martha Brockman (as Aileen Taylor-Smith)
Paul Bettis ... Orville
Patricia Idlette ... Susan
Jacqueline McLeod ... Nurse #1
Ann Turnbull ... Nurse #2
Rob McClure ... Doctor
Tim Koetting ... Specialist
Ron Payne ... Officer
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 9: The Call

19 November 1988
A telephone number dialed in error could spell the end of loneliness for lonely Norman Blaine.

William Sanderson ... Norman Blane

Dan Redican ... Richard

Julie Khaner ... Mary-Ann Lindeby (voice)

Jill Frappier ... Museum Patron
Djanet Sears ... Information Lady

Ian Nothnagel ... Museum Attendant
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 10: The Trance

26 November 1988
A phony trance-channeler gets an unexpected message from the beyond.

Peter Scolari ... Leonard Randall / Delos of Atlantis
Neil Munro ... Don
Ted Simonett ... Gerry
Hrant Alianak ... Dr. Greenburg
Jeanne Beker ... Daphne Blake

Glynis Davies ... Believer #1
Mona Matteo ... Julia
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 11: Acts of Terror

3 December 1988
Louise Simonson receives a gift that may help her escape from the clutches of her abusive husband Jack.

Melanie Mayron ... Louise Simonson

Kate Lynch ... Claire
Lee J. Campbell ... Phil

Kenneth Welsh ... Jack Simonson
Trevor Bain ... Policeman
James Barron ... Postman
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 12: 20/20 Vision

10 December 1988
A pair of damaged glasses allows a loan officer at a rural bank to see into the future and consider the consequences of his actions.

Michael Moriarty ... Warren Cribbens
David Hemblen ... Cutler
Cynthia Belliveau ... Sandy
Grant Roll ... Vern Slater
Diane Douglass ... Teller
Evelyn Kaye ... Farm Wife
Calum McGeachie ... Farm Boy
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 13: There Was an Old Woman

17 December 1988
Alley Parker is a renowned author of children's' books feeling no longer needed, until she meets some of her fans.

Colleen Dewhurst ... Hallie Parker

Maria Ricossa ... Nancy Harris

Alf Humphreys ... Mr. Harris

Zachary Bennett ... Brian Harris
David Hughes ... Librarian
Mairlyn Smith ... Real Estate Agent
Karl Pruner ... Martin Glazer
Ferne Downey ... Page Glazer
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 14: The Trunk

24 December 1988
Down-on-his-luck hotel manager Willy Gardner finds a steamer trunk with magical powers.

Season 3, Episode 15: Appointment on Route 17

31 December 1988
Heart transplant recipient Tom Bennett experiences a personality change when he is attracted to a diner waitress named Mary Jo, who is in mourning for her recently deceased lover.

Paul Le Mat ... Tom Bennett
Marianna Pascal ... Mary-Jo

Rosemary Dunsmore ... Elise
Christopher Bondy ... Spence (as Chris Bondy)

Lori Hallier ... Tom's Secretary

Tannis Burnett ... Tom's Secretary
Lucinda Nielsen ... Secretary #2
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 16: The Cold Equations

7 January 1989
Marilyn Lee Cross may not survive after she stows away on board a spacecraft.

Season 3, Episode 17: Stranger in Possum Meadows

14 January 1989
Young Danny Wilkins is playing in a field when he meets a scout who is collecting specimens of all sorts.

Steve Kanaly ... Scout
Laura Press ... Mrs. Wilkins
Benjamin Barrett ... Danny Wilkins
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 18: Street of Shadows

21 January 1989
Unemployed Steve Cranston lives with his family in a soon-to-be-closed homeless shelter. One night, he breaks into the home of wealthy Frederick Perry, who pulls a gun. The resulting struggle has a deep effect on several lives.

Charles Haid ... Steve Cranston
Angie Gei ... Elaine Cranston (as Angela Gei)

Shawn Lawrence ... Frederick Perry
James Mainprize ... Butler

Marla Lukofsky ... Counsellor

Lisa Jakub ... Lisa Cranston
Philip Williams ... Repairman
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)
Reiner Schwarz ... Attorney

Season 3, Episode 19: Something in the Walls

28 January 1989
Sanitarium patient Sharon Miles is convinced that she has seen some kind of creatures in the walls of her cell.

Deborah Raffin ... Sharon Miles
Damir Andrei ... Dr. Mallory Craig
Lally Cadeau ... Becky Robb
Douglas Carrigan ... Wall Person
Janice Green ... Wall Person
Aaron Ross Fraser ... Wall Person
Martha Cronyn ... Wall Person
Kate Parr ... Maid
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 20: A Game of Pool

Pool hustler Jesse Cardiff plays against all-time champion "Fats" Brown. The stakes? Only Jesse's life...

Esai Morales ... Jesse Cardiff

Maury Chaykin ... James L. 'Fats' Brown
Paul Coeur ... Customer (as Paul Jolicoeur)
Guy Sanvido ... Owner
Elliot McIver ... Player
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 21: The Wall

25 February 1989
A washed-up, military test pilot volunteers to go through an energy portal to search for others who went through but haven't returned. When he discovers a Garden of Eden on the other side, will he be able to locate the others? Can he find a way back? Even if he does, would he?

John Beck ... Maj. Alex McAndrews
Patricia Collins ... Brenn

George R. Robertson ... Gen. Greg Slater

Eugene Clark ... Capt. Henry Kincaid

Robert Collins ... 2nd Lt. Emilio Perez
Sharon Corder ... Technician
Jack Blum ... Advisor
Steve Atkinson ... Military Assistant
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 22: Room 2426

11 February 1989
Biochemist Martin Decker is imprisoned, interrogated, and tortured, but still refuses to reveal a secret formula to his captors. However, his new cell mate's knowledge of teleportation of living matter may provide him with an escape route.

Dean Stockwell ... Martin Decker
Brent Carver ... Josef
Peter Boretski ... Olstroff
Walter Massey ... Professor
Nicholas Pasco ... Orderly #1
Al Therrien ... Orderly #2
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 23: The Mind of Simon Foster

18 February 1989
Downwardly mobile Simon Foster makes the mistake of selling his memories in order to survive.

Bruce Weitz ... Simon Foster
Géza Kovács ... Mr. Quint (as Geza Kovacs)
Ilse von Glatz ... Counsellor
Rafe Macpherson ... Manager
Reg Dreger ... Principal

Jennifer Griffin ... Carolyn

Alyson Court ... Beverly
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 24: Cat and Mouse

4 March 1989
Lonely Andrea Moffitt finds a stray cat, who is actually Guillaume De Marchaux, a suave Frenchman who turns human at night but reverts to feline form during the day due to an old curse. Will he end her loneliness?

Pamela Bellwood ... Andrea Moffitt

Page Fletcher ... Guillaume de Marchaux

Gwynyth Walsh ... Elaine

John Blackwood ... Carl
Peg Christopherson ... Assistant Vet
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 25: Many, Many Monkeys

18 March 1989
Registered nurse Claire Hendricks believes that there is a deeper reason why blindness is spreading quickly through her community.

Karen Valentine ... Claire Hendricks

Jackie Burroughs ... Jean Reed

Ken Pogue ... Dr. Friedman
Jan Filips ... Dr. Eddie Peterson
Norah Grant ... Susan
Warren Van Evera ... Mr. Wells
John Gardiner ... Mr. Reed
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 26: Rendezvous in a Dark Place

11 March 1989
Death-obsessed Barbara LeMay comes face to face with the Grim Reaper himself.

Janet Leigh ... Barbara LeMay

Stephen McHattie ... Death

Malcolm Stewart ... Jason LeMay
Todd Duckworth ... Trent
Lorne Cossette ... Reverend
Michael Millar ... Detective
Eric House ... Dying Man
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)
Jeff Grantham ... (uncredited)
Laurie Waller-Benson ... (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 27: Special Service

8 April 1989
A man and his wife discover that their lives are secretly being videotaped and is a huge hit on a network television show.

David Naughton ... John Sellick
Keith Knight ... Archie

Elias Zarou ... Arthur Spence

Susan Roman ... Leslie Sellick
Marlon McGann ... Receptionist

Barbara Radecki ... Fan (as Barbara Von Radicki)
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)

Tedd Dillon ... Man (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 28: Love Is Blind

25 March 1989
Jealous husband Jack Haines takes his rage to a bar, where he meets a blind blues singer whose song tells en eerily familiar story.

Ben Murphy ... Jack Haines
Sneezy Waters ... Blind Singer

Eric Keenleyside ... Bartender

Steve Adams ... Taylor
Cindy Girling ... Elaine Haines

John Novak ... Man in Bar
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 29: Crazy as a Soup Sandwich

1 April 1989
Underworld kingpin Nino Lancaster battles an angry demon named Volkerps for the soul of unfortunate Archie Lochner.

Anthony Franciosa ... Nino Lancaster

Wayne Robson ... Arky Lochner
Susan Wright ... Cassandra Fishbine
Laurie Paton ... Hazel Thorne

George Buza ... Gus
B.J. McQueen ... Bork
Thick Wilson ... Volkerps (voice)
Garry Robbins ... Volkerps
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 30: Father & Son Game

15 April 1989
Elderly Darius Stevens wants to go on living and transplants his brain into a younger body, but his son Michael disapproves.

Ed Marinaro ... Darius Stephens

Eugene Robert Glazer ... Michael Stephens
Patricia Phillips ... Anita Stephens

George Touliatos ... Dave
Richard Monette ... Dr. Wilson
Mark Melymick ... Larry
Robin Ward ... Narrator (voice)

Lisa Foster ... Nurse (uncredited)

You may add a new episode for this TV series by clicking the 'add episode' button