The Twilight Zone (2002–2003)
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The Path 

A tabloid reporter becomes obsessed with the readings of an uncannily accurate fortunate teller.

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Ali Warner
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Kneigh
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Seth
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Tony
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Brad
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A tabloid reporter becomes obsessed with the readings of an uncannily accurate fortunate teller.

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8 January 2003 (Canada)  »

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"Superstition" was originally planned to be the title. See more »

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Himself - Host: [closing narration] By seeking the path to her future, Ally Warner put her destiny into the hands of another. And now that path has become a dead end filled with helplessness, despair and boundless dread. Miss Ally Warner, facing the bleakest of futures in the Twilight Zone.
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References The Twilight Zone: Nick of Time (1960) See more »

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Do We Really Want to Know?
10 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

This episode is better than most of the recent ones. In this, a young woman named Ally Warner, who works for one of those checkout tabloids, has developed a self-centered, cynical being. One day she sees a man telling fortunes in a coffee shop. He charges nothing for his services, so she condescends to talk to him and have her fortune told. She is rude and belittling to him. The thing is that as she returns, he continues to give her accurate information, most importantly to not get on a plane that eventually crashes. The problem is that she begins to live her life through him. He knows what she is asking is dangerous. Her good friend warns her that we set our own paths and it is destructive to do what she is doing. The ending is quite dramatic.


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