Top 10 Twilight Zone Episodes

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

10. A Penny For Your Thoughts (February 3, 1961)

Starting off at number 10 we have "A Penny For Your Thoughts" to be both intriguing and thought provoking. Gaining telepathic abilities when his coin lands on its edge, bank clerk Hector B. Poole learns about the difference between other people's plans and fantasies. Explore this episode we gaurentee you won't be disappointed

9. Its a Good Life (November 3rd, 1961)

Putting the story of six-year-old Anthony Freemont, a boy with incredible pyschic powers who holds everyone around him hostage, into the top 10 was a no brainer. This episode eerily reminds us of what happens when you get stuck in The Twilight Zone.

8. Walking Distance (October 30th, 1959)

Walking Distance comes in at number 8 and although it arguably could have gone higher it still deserves to be here. Follow the journey of a man who travels back in time to his childhood, when he's just a few miles away from his native town. A Twilight Zone classic.

7. Living Doll (November 1st, 1963)

An episode that easily could have gone higher and is one of the most well known Twilight Zone episodes Telly Savalas plays a crank who resents the money his wife spends on toys for his stepdaughter. When one of those toys—a talking doll voiced by the legendary June Foray—threatens to kill him, the stepdad initially laughs it off, and then learns that an inanimate object can be pretty dangerous. Talking dolls always are a sure way to know you've entered The Twilight Zone

6. The Odyssey of Flight 33″ (February 24, 1961)

One of the more intrinsic Twilight Zone episodes, our number 6 spot takes place 20,000 feet up in the air where strange things tend to happen. If you would, imagine being on a plan and mid-flight you find yourself flying above dinasours 3000 years in the past. But wouldn't that be the present? You think you're lost in The Twilight Zone only then do you find yourself flying into 1939.

5. Time Enough at Last (November 20th, 1959)

Our number 5 spot was actually converted into an episode from the short story by Lyn Venable. This episode focused on one of the worries that we have nowadays: our continued reliance on the technology around us.

4. Eye of the Beholder (November 11th, 1960)

Is this, that? Or is that, this. Take a walk through our number 4 spot and try to decipher which is right way and which is the wrong way?

3. To Serve Man (March 2nd, 1962)

Here at number 3 is a remarkable Twilight Zone episode. Come, join these aliens in a march across the galaxies to a world filled with everything you would want. These aliens have the secrets to the fulfillment of life. Or do they? Always be wary of aliens when you are in The Twilight Zone.

2. Nightmare at 20,000 Feet (October 11th, 1963)

Arguably one of the most well known episodes, number two spot was given to Nightmare at 20,000 Feet. The episode had a great plot, excellent writing, and even better acting. William Shatner plays the character of Bob Wilson who sees an estranged monster out on the wing trying to tear and break the plane down.

1. The Dummy

Finally, arriving at at number 1, we have "The Dummy. This episode encapsulates the true essence of The Twilight Zone. Talking dolls, babbling characters, and a twist guaranteed to give you goosebumps it shows what The Twilight Zone was all about.