Only Diehard Fans Of "The Twilight Zone" Can Name These Episodes By 1 Scene

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"There is a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man..."

Think you are an expert on the Fifth Dimension? Take this fun trivia quiz and see if you can name all of these episodes of the iconic tv show, The Twilight Zone, created by Rod Serling!

 Aug 17, 2019

1 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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Time Enough at Last
Nightmare at 20,000 Feet
Printer's Devil

2 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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To Serve Man
A Most Unusual Camera
Bewitchin' Pool

3 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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Eye of the Beholder
Living Doll
Nick of Time

4 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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Nightmare at 20,000 Feet
It's A Good Life
To Serve Man

5 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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Five Characters in Search of an Exit
Kick the Can
Eye of the Beholder

6 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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The Dummy
The Hitch-Hiker
To Serve Man

7 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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The Living Doll
The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street
Walking Distance

8 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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The Dummy
Caesar and Me
A Game of Pool

9 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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Eye of the Beholder
Living Doll
Nightmare at 20,000 Feet

10 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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Ring-A-Ding Girl
The Masks
The Obsolete Man

11 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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The Grave
The Dummy
Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up

12 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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The Old Man in the Cave
It's A Good Life
A Most Unusual Camera

13 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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A Game of Pool
Third From the Sun
The Invaders

14 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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The Invaders
The After Hours
The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street

15 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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The Hitch-Hiker
Kick the Can
Nightmare at 20,000 Feet

16 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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Living Doll
A Stop At Willoughby
The After Hours

17 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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A Penny for Your Thoughts
The Dummy
People Are Alike All Over

18 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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Nightmare At 20,000 Feet
The Dummy
Third From the Sun

19 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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The Howling Man
The After Hours
One For the Angels

20 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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Nightmare At 20,000 Feet
To Serve Man
The Odyssey of Flight 33

21 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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Third From the Sun
The After Hours
The Howling Man

22 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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The Grave
The Invaders
Night Call

23 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up
Living Doll
People Are Alike All Over

24 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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Nothing in the Dark
Night Call
One For the Angels

25 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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The Devil's Printer
A Stop At Willoughby
The Obsolete Man

26 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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The Howling Man
Midnight Sun
The Grave

27 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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The Invaders
Night of the Meek
Night Call

28 of 28Name The Twilight Zone Episode:

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Living Doll
Kick the Can
Walking Distance
WOMEN.COM | Quiz Facts

"The Twilight Zone" was a show way ahead of its time created and hosted by Rod Serling who is considered one of the most influential writers or the science-fiction genre. TZ first aired in 1959 on CBS and even though the show only ran for five seasons, it unlocked a world of imagination that continues to influence filmmakers and writers to this day. Along with memorable stories and iconic episodes, the show showcased a wide variety of stars including Burgess Meredith, William Shatner, Robert Redford, Ida Lupino, Robert Duvall, Burt Reynolds, George Takei, Agnes Moorehead, Vera Miles, Carole Burnett, Art Carney, Buster Keaton, Jack Klugman, Jonathan Winters, Sebastian Cabot, Ed Wynn and many more. Some of the most iconic TZ episodes are "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet," "The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street," "Time Enough At Last," "The Obsolete Man," "It's A Good Life," "The Dummy," and "The Night of the Meek." Serling took home the Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Writing Achievement in Drama in 1960, Outstanding Writing Achievement in Drama the following year and won for Best TV Producer/Director in 1963. The show itself has been rebooted twice but each attempt has never even come close to capturing the creativity and awe of Serling's original series. If you think you are a true resident of the Fifth Dimension then this quiz was meant for you! See if you can name all of these TZ episodes by just one random scene. That's the signpost up ahead—your next stop, the Twilight Zone!