A good question, apparently.I wonder how many will get the reference...
That's Rod Serling, the creator and host of the Twilight Zone (TV series 1959 to 1964).I don't get the B&W trump one.
To this day, it still airs as re-runs in various markets and the entire series is available on Amazon Prime, so many younger viewers are familiar with the show and it's auteur......and pretty much everyone I've ever met seems familiar with the reference to "The Twilight Zone".I got it, showed my brother and he looked at me blankly, I used to watch it (reruns) when I young, he's 49 but missed those by a couple of years so had no idea what it meant
Over here in the US, those are the only kinds we get to choose from The comedian Mojo Nixon described it as being able "to vote for one fool or another" and he was absolutely correct in thatIt would not surprise me if Danes elect brain impaired people to represent them
The TZ was an interesting show as was the somewhat similar Outer Limits. Many of the actors that would go one to become household names appeared including Captain Kirk, William Shatner and Spock, Leonard Nimoy.A good question, apparently.
That's Rod Serling, the creator and host of the Twilight Zone (TV series 1959 to 1964).
He would always appear in the opening scene of each show to present the story before it began.
As I understand, the above image was initially posted by Serling's daughter Anne on Twitter.
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