A strange cast was assembled for this episode, and both stories had their strange moments as well. Some faces included Bobby Sherman, Sid Haig(talk about strange!), Gene Barry, Eva Gabor(tired of the accent already), a wooden Michael Cole, and Morgan Brittany, whose real name is Suzanne Cupito, and I don't know why I feel the need to mention that. The better story had Sherman's character(Thomas Henshaw)on the island trying to find out who poisoned him, and what the motive was. Even though I don't know much about either of them, both Haig and "Brittany", or Cupito, were better than anyone else, which isn't saying all that much, but both of them were solid anyway. I found both Sherman and Cole, especially him, quite dull and uninteresting. I'll give it credit for being a fairly original plot though, even though I thought it could've been written better, but I thought it ended well. The other story seems like a silly fantasy, as Anastasia Dexter(fancy name)wishes to be rid of her dead husband's influence on her wanting to meet other snobby men to marry. There's a few rather corny special effects, such as Mr. Dexter's ghost appearing than disappearing, and there's a really bad one when Anastasia's car goes over a cliff, and then she changes her mind about killing herself, and, you guessed it, the car goes in reverse, or the camera goes in reverse in a classic face palm moment. Don't feel bad if you missed this episode, I'll save you the trouble and tell you it's mediocre at best.
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