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Season 3, Episode 30
April 15, 1989
An elderly businessman (Ed Marinaro) recaptures his youth through surgery, but loses his son, who is convinced his father is dead. Michael: Eugene Robert Glazer.
Season 3, Episode 29
April 8, 1989
John Selig's private life is watched by the public on cable television, and the ratings are great---until he finds the hidden cameras. John: David Naughton.
Season 3, Episode 28
April 1, 1989
In “Crazy as a Soup Sandwich,” a thief (Wayne Robson) asks a mobster for protection when Lucifer's loan shark comes to collect his soul. Written by Harlan Ellison. Nino: Tony Franciosa.
Season 3, Episode 27
March 25, 1989
A trucker (Ben Murphy) who doubts his wife's fidelity meets a blind singer with insightful songs. Singer: Sneezy Waters.
Season 3, Episode 26
March 18, 1989
A nurse (Karen Valentine) discovers that the patients around her are losing their sight. Jean: Jackie Burroughs.
Season 3, Episode 25
March 11, 1989
“Rendezvous in a Dark Place.” A widow (Janet Leigh), haunted by the thought of death, encounters an ominous presence. Dark Figure: Stephen McHattie.
Season 3, Episode 24
March 4, 1989
The romantic reveries of a timid woman (Pamela Bellwood) spring to life when a lithesome black cat appears at her door one evening. Guillaume: Page Fletcher. Elaine: Gwynyth Walsh.
Season 3, Episode 23
February 25, 1989
A pilot (John Beck) is sent to discover what lies beyond “The Wall,” an entrance to a world where others entered and never returned. Once inside he knows why. Berenn: Patricia Collins.
Season 3, Episode 22
February 18, 1989
“The Mind of Simon Foster” has a fear of a penniless future. But, when he enters a pawnshop that buys memories, his future may be all he has left. Bruce Weitz. Quinn: Geza Kovacs.
Season 3, Episode 21
February 11, 1989
A physicist (Dean Stockwell) is tortured and imprisoned by a futuristic state for not divulging the location of his notebooks containing valuable theories. Josef: Brent Carver.
Season 3, Episode 20
February 4, 1989
A hustler's dream of playing the world's best pool player comes true, but he must play for the highest stakes---his life. Jesse: Esai Morales. Fats: Maury Chaykin. Narrator: Robin Ward.
Season 3, Episode 19
January 28, 1989
“Something in the Walls.” A woman (Deborah Raffin) seeks refuge from a world in which phantom faces peer at her. Narrator: Robin Ward.
Season 3, Episode 18
January 21, 1989
An unemployed father (Charles Haid) chooses dangerous means to provide for his family, but realizes his gain may not be worth the cost. Narrator: Robin Ward.
Season 3, Episode 17
January 14, 1989
In “Stranger in Possum Meadows,” a boy is befriended by a surveyor (Steve Kanaly) he meets in the woods. Narrator: Robin Ward.
Season 3, Episode 16
January 7, 1989
A teenage stowaway (Christianne Hirt) faces cruel consequences after she is discovered on a spaceship bound for a distant planet. Barton: Terence Knox. Narrator: Robin Ward.
Season 3, Episode 15
December 31, 1988
A real-estate developer (Paul Le Mat) who underwent a heart transplant finds his personality altered. Mary Jo: Mary Ann Pascal. Elise: Rosemary Dunsmore.
Season 3, Episode 14
December 24, 1988
The desk clerk (Bud Cort) at a hotel discovers a steamer trunk that grants wishes.
Season 3, Episode 13
December 17, 1988
“There Was an Old Woman,” about a children's author (Colleen Dewhurst) who feels her stories are no longer appreciated. Brian's Mother: Maria Ricossa.
Season 3, Episode 12
December 10, 1988
A loan officer (Michael Moriarty) who has the ability to see future events through cracked glasses is visited by a needy farmer who's about to lose his land to the bank.
Season 3, Episode 11
December 3, 1988
A woman (Melanie Mayron) finds solace from her abusive husband in a fragile gift. Jack: Kenneth Welsh. Narrated by Robin Ward.
Season 3, Episode 10
November 26, 1988
A man (Peter Scolari) who pretends he can channel an ancient spirit has a rude awakening. Narrator: Robin Ward.
Season 3, Episode 9
November 19, 1988
A lonely man (William Sanderson) dials a wrong number and is drawn into a relationship. Narrated by Robin Ward.
Season 3, Episode 8
November 12, 1988
A doctor (R.H. Thomson) is puzzled by an elderly woman's sudden youthfulness. Selena: Charmion King. Narrated by Robin Ward.
Season 3, Episode 7
November 5, 1988
An alcoholic (Timothy Bottoms) is offered a pill guaranteed to cure him. Dr. Maddox: Leslie Yeo.
Season 3, Episode 6
October 29, 1988
A hypnotist enters a world in which people can remember their previous lives. Barbara Stock.
Season 3, Episode 5
October 22, 1988
A lonely man (Eddie Albert) at a retirement home realizes that its newest resident is the woman of his nightmares. Laurel Kincaid: Frances Hyland.
Season 3, Episode 4
October 15, 1988
An archaeologist (Louise Fletcher) is mystified when the cave paintings she is studying seem to change overnight. Sheriff: Michael Hogan.
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