Twilight Zone: Season 5, Episode 20

From Agnes - with Love (14 Feb. 1964)
"The Twilight Zone" From Agnes - with Love (original title)

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A computer technician begins to take advice for his love life from Agnes, the computer he works with.



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Episode complete credited cast:
James Elwood
Ralph Taeger ...
Walter Holmes
Sue Randall ...
Fred Danziger


When their computer, known as Agnes, breaks down the company supervisor calls in a master programmer James Elwood to see if he can figure out what has gone wrong. He solves the problem quickly and soon finds himself in charge of the machine. Agnes and Elwood quickly develop a rapport and the machine takes to giving him advice about Millie, Jim's co-worker who has finally agreed to go out on a date with. The date doesn't go well and Agnes has more and more advice for him. It turns out that Agnes has her own agenda. Written by garykmcd

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14 February 1964 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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This particular story about a lovelorn man and a computer was originally broadcast on Valentine's Day. See more »


The 17th root of 9,355,126,606 is 3.8595114 so the next-greatest prime number is 5. If this was the actual problem, then Agnes was correct. The error was Elwood saying "nine trillion", when it was actually "nine billion" See more »


[opening narration]
Narrator: James Elwood, master programmer, in charge of Mark 502-741, commonly known as 'Agnes,' the world's most advanced electronic computer. Machines are made by men for man's benefit and progress, but when man ceases to control the products of his ingenuity and imagination, he not only risks losing the benefit, but he takes a long and unpredictable step into - the Twilight Zone.
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References From Russia with Love (1963) See more »

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Wally as a Star!
17 December 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the story of a true nerd. He has the skills to run a huge computer (of the Univac era). He loves a young woman who works in his building, but he is so darned boring and clumsy, he strikes out over and over. Unfortunately, when he asks his big computer for some help, it spouts out useless, destructive advice. It is manipulating him! There is a sort of charm. It features Wally Cox (Underdog) who made a career of playing bookish little milquetoasts. He does develop a relationship in this episode, but it's not with the girl of his dreams. His frantic shortsightedness is what the episode features. It works to a point. The rest is terribly dated and sort of lacking.

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