The Twilight Zone (1985–1989)
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Appointment on Route 17 

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.

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Tom Bennett
Marianna Pascal ...
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Elise
Christopher Bondy ...
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Tom's Secretary
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Tom's Secretary
Lucinda Nielsen ...
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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.

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31 December 1988 (UK)  »

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Had the only opening narration in any Twilight Zone series to include the words "the Twilight Zone" in the middle but not at the end (this would also have made it the only point in the third season when it was mentioned in an opening narration at all). See more »

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He Needs a Hair Transplant
3 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

Paul LeMat is a high powered architect who returns to work after receiving a heart transplant. He obviously has a hard-nosed reputation. As soon as he gets back he begins to act differently. He is pensive and more free spirited. He doesn't seem to take his job as seriously as those around him. One day he spies a woman on a beach and feels she is somehow connected to him. He begins to literally stalk her and she is completely resistant. Apparently, she had the love of her life die tragically just before they were to be married. Now this guy comes along. He is an utter nuisance. I remember Paul LeMat from American Graffitti. In this he looks like he walked out of a Breck commercial. No one else in this episode looks anything like him. It is distracting. Anyway, we are finally let in on the secret.


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