Night Gallery (1969–1973)
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She'll Be Company for You 

After years of caring for his invalid wife, newly widowed Henry Auden thinks he'll be happy living alone. His wife's friend sends him her orange tabby cat to keep him company while she's away on vacation, but the loneliness gets to him.

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After years of caring for his invalid wife, newly widowed Henry Auden thinks he'll be happy living alone. His wife's friend sends him her orange tabby cat to keep him company while she's away on vacation, but the loneliness gets to him.

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24 December 1972 (USA)  »

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Cats Really Are Great Company
13 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Leonard Nimoy plays a recently widowed man named Henry Auden who is secretly relieved his wife has died, as she was an invalid holding him down, so he feels. Happy to be living alone, he is disturbed by her best friends arrival with her cat, which she offers to give him to keep him company. He declines, but the cat comes over anyway, and wont leave, and apparently has the ability to shape-shift, as he hears a much larger cat prowling the house, and seems to be out to get him... Dreadful episode is the worst of the series by far, with an incoherent story that leads nowhere, and a horrendously unjust and ignorant introduction maligning our feline friends! (Hiss!)


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