The Outer Limits (1995–2002)
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What Will the Neighbors Think? 

Mona is a bit of a hypochondriac. One day in the basement she sees two people having sexual intercourse and in the process is electrocuted. When she awakes, she finds out that she can hear the thoughts of the people in her building.

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Ned Bailey
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Tory Beth Walters
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Vince Baxter
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Shirley Baxter
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Miles Pendergast
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Leona Fletcher
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Esme O'Brien
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Mona is a bit of a hypochondriac. One day in the basement she sees two people having sexual intercourse and in the process is electrocuted. When she awakes, she finds out that she can hear the thoughts of the people in her building.

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23 April 1999 (Canada)  »

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The apartment complex's name "The Clackson Arms" is named after co-executive producer of the series Brent Karl-Clackson. See more »

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Best Season 5 Episode Ever!
8 February 2015 | by See all my reviews

I for one think this was one of the best Season 5 episodes ever.

The plot concerns a married woman named Mona (Jane Adams) who wishes not to move out of her apartment building that's about to be sold by a company. One day, while secretly watching two people having sex in the laundry room, she gets herself electrocuted and soon discovered that she can read people's thoughts with her mind and soon uses that ability to blackmail her neighbors.

The plot was wonderful and the acting from the episode's cast members was incredible. This episode was also considered a favorite by the actors that worked on this episode, even director Helen Shaver considered it her personal favorite out of a handful of episodes of the series she directed.


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