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The short lived series was set in the small town of Twilight, Utah. Promoted by the town's develop minded mayor Twilight is discovered by upwardly mobile urbanites, looking to get out of the city. The story lines are centered around the town's aging Sheriff Cody MacPherson and his Deputy Bill Hooton as they struggle to provide law and order in their changing town.Written by
John D Allen
My roommate and I visited Hollywood in 1991 or 92 and for grins we decided to screen a show (where you watch an episode and give feedback). We were "treated" to the pilot for "The Boys of Twilight". The title was a weak double-entendre as I recall, since the show focused on the lives of the men in their twilight years who lived in the town of twilight. Since what I saw was the pilot, it didn't have much of a plot except to introduce all of the septuagenarians that lived in the town. After we were done with the screening we compared notes--we had both given it very low ratings in the screening. I was shocked to actually see an episode of it during the rerun season the following year. I figured they must have decided to fill low-value air time by burning the episodes of what was clearly a "not ready for prime time" show.
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