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38 PRESENT PERFECT Use our favorite shows to inspire your gift game. 46 THE MERRY MAKERS The Young Sheldon kids keep the laughs coming. FEATURES

YOUNG SHELDON ’ S Iain Armitage, Raegan Revord, and Montana Jordan

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W HEN WE ASKED THIS MONTH’S COVER Home Alone , and Elf were at the top of their lists. My first thought: OK, excellent choices. And Elf is a great movie, but it’s pretty recent to be considered one of the “greatest.” My second thought: Wait. When did Elf come out? And then my third, after checking IMDb and discovering that it was released almost 20 years ago: Yikes . I’m old. I say this because my favorite holiday movies are really old: White Christmas and the “Sisters” song. Holiday with Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant. It’s a Wonderful Life with that lingering, romantic moment between Jimmy Stewart and Donna Reed shar- ing the telephone. And, much more recent (at least in comparison), Trading Places . All of it. subjects, Young Sheldon ’s Iain Armitage, Montana Jordan, and Raegan Revord, to name their all- time greatest holiday movies, A Christmas Story , No matter what you choose to watch, celebrate, and, of course, eat during this merry season, we have you covered. Not sure what to get your loved ones? Check out our luxe annual gift guide, curated by Watch ’s style director, Sasha Charnin Morrison. Having her on our team—usually swathed in one of The Nice List

Young Sheldon ’s Montana Jordan, Raegan Revord, and Iain Armitage (also below)

her favorite Norma Kamali sleeping bag coats and Chanel Sycomore—is a gift I’m grateful for every day. Looking for delicious meals to impress friends and family? Check out NCIS: Hawai’i ’s Vanessa Lachey’s new cookbook, Life

from Scratch . You’re going to want to try everything. And if you’re suffering from holiday overload, take a break with our guide to the best and creepiest Twilight Zone episodes ever. So now that I’ve realized that Elf has attained the proper pop culture gravitas that comes with age, perhaps it’s time to give it some more love. To paraphrase Buddy, we at Watch hope you can make gingerbread houses, eat cookie dough, go ice skating, and maybe even hold hands with someone you love this holiday season.

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34 COUNTRY SONG QUIZ 32 NBA LEGEND KEVIN GARNETT 30 BEST OF 2021 18 JESSICA CAMACHO TONY BENNETT & LADY GAGA star in One Last Time , a concert special, airing Nov. 28 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS and streaming on Paramount+

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Adam Rodriguez as Julian Diaz and Jessica Camacho as Maria

Winters in A Christmas Proposal

A CHRISTMAS PROPOSAL airs Dec. 12at 8:30p.m. ET/8p.m. PT onCBSand streams onParamount+

business proposition? JC: Let me put it this way: “An up-and- coming struggling chef and a hotshot lawyer work together to pull off a scheme that will benefit them both. Their plans become muddled, however, due to real feelings hiding underneath their carefully crafted facade.” Boom! Wow, that’s some elevator pitch. Sold! Were you already a rom-com aficionado, or did you have to pre- pare for the role by bingeing Julia Roberts and Meg Ryan flicks? JC: I mean, come on, ’90s rom-coms were so epic! They were everything. I was totally stoked to finally be able to play inside of one. Even though I wanted to dive into all of them, I really tried not to because I didn’t want to subcon- sciously bring remnants of those movies into this story. I really wanted to find our own organic chemistry, our own organic magic, and have this story be its own thing as much as possible. Well, what the world needs now is love, sweet love—especially after the 2020 we had! JC: That was actually such a big deal to me when I accepted the offer because I realize how important these holidays are for families who are finally able to gather—without as much fear as we had last year. It really meant a lot to me to be a part of a project like this after

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Chef’sKiss Jessica Camacho cook up A Christmas Proposal with AdamRodriguez. BY NATE MILLADO W HILE EVERYONE was picking out Halloween cos- tumes and stocking up on trick-or-treat ridiculous socks. Setting cookies and carrots out on Christmas Eve for Santa and the reindeer. I’m a grown adult and I still love these things!” How apropos, then, that the yuletide-obsessed actress is starring in a brand-new holiday movie on CBS, co-starring CSI: Miami’ s Adam Rodriguez.

candy, Jessica Camacho was already counting down the days till Christmas. “I start getting amped in October, so by the time December rolls around, I’m in full-on holiday mode,” she says. “The hokey carols. Decorating the tree with my family. The silly pajamas with the

Tell us about A Christmas Proposal . This isn’t a proposal as we nor- mally know it, right, but more like a

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“You put on a holiday movie and it reignites that sense of hope and faith that the holidays are all about.” what she does, and I absolutely relate to all of that. The arduous, uncertain journey of building an acting career for myself … I never doubted that that would be my reality, and Maria definitely has that same unshakable drive that keeps her striving through the hardships. But I think where we differ is, I do not love being in the kitchen. It’s sort of therapy for her, but for me, historically speaking, it’s been more of a nightmare scenario. I am not in control. I’m sweating. I’m a hot mess trying to keep it together. But I’m working to change that, to find the beauty in cooking. I’m trying to have the grace to let myself epically ruin some dishes and learn to be OK with that.

what we’ve all gone through [during the pandemic]. I wasn’t able to be with my mom last Christmas because of the cir- cumstances, so hopefully this year I will be on her couch, in her house, watching this movie. Why are holiday movies so popular? Is it because they’re the TV equiva- lent of comfort food? JC: That’s a great way to put that! They give you those warm and fuzz- ies. And there’s always a lesson, right? To appreciate what you have and those around you. Sometimes the reality of the holidays doesn’t add up; life is far from being perfect. But you know, you put on a holiday movie and it reignites that sense of hope and faith that the holidays are all about. I hope that each person watching A Christmas Proposal takes something special from this movie and that it makes them feel a little bit brighter and a little less alone. Are you anything like Maria—or are you a complete 180? JC: Maria is strong, determined, goal- oriented, and she is passionate about

Maria and Julian have such amazing chemistry. What was it like working with Adam Rodriguez? JC: The guy was a dream to work with, honestly. He is so warm and kind. He’s giving. He’s prepared. When he shows up, he shows up for whomever is in the scene with him. He’ll run lines a million times with you. He will talk about the scene. I learned so much from him. And he’s hilarious! He does voices, like, crazy characters. We just laughed constantly! CBS will air Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer ( Nov. 22 at 8 p.m. ET/PT ) for the 57th consecutive year. Any fond memories of watching that? JC: That’s one of the specials that I will never, ever tire of. I remember as a kid being fascinated by the stop-motion. I was like, “What kind of special magic is this?” I was addicted. The whole thing is so beautiful. And then one of my favorite moments? When Rudolph says: “I’m cute! I’m cute! She said I’m cuuuuuuuuuute!” That classic warms my heart.

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CHRISTMAS TAKES FLIGHT When frugal CEO Matt Hansen (Evan Williams) buys pilot Jenny Beckett’s (Katie

showman, er, snowman is a “jolly, happy soul” whose old silk hat full

Evan Williams and Katie Lowes with Santa

of magic is the stuff of Christmas legend. Narrated by Jimmy Durante, the special also includes the voices of Jackie Vernon (as Frosty) and Billy De Wolfe (as Professor Hinkle). Nov. 26, 8 p.m. ET/PT

Lowes) family- owned regional airline, his cost- cutting initiatives ground their annual charity event for underserved children. (Bah humbug!) Determined to show Matt that some things in life are priceless, Jenny rallies the community to help save the event—and finds herself falling for the magnate. Dec. 19, 8 p.m. ET/PT

Festive Favorites Rudolph and Proposal aren’t the only holiday specials bringing CBS viewers glad tidings.

THE THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE ON CBS Gargantuan balloons, fantastic floats, and cheery performances highlight this annual Thanksgiving tradition.

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Modern Classics After a 2020 to forget, television gifted us with a 2021 to remember, thanks to these onscreen milestones. BY NATE MILLADO

Super Bowl Weeknd The Canadian crooner born Abel Tesfaye (a.k.a. The Weeknd) donned his trademark red-sequined jacket and performed a hits-packed set list— culminating with “Blinding Lights” amid scores of bandaged lookalikes—at February’s Super Bowl LV on CBS.

A Mountain of Entertainment Fans of Snooki and

SpongeBob had reason to rejoice back in March with the launch of Paramount+, the new streaming service that bundled breaking news and live sports with more than 30,000 TV episodes and 2,500 movies.

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The Cookout Makes History

There had never been a Black Big Brother U.S. winner—until now. When Azah, Derek F., Hannah, Kyland, Tiffany, and Xavier made it to Final 6, Season 23’s dominant The Cookout alliance ensured that one of them would win the elusive title (and the

Broadway’s Back! After a global pandemic dimmed the lights of the Great White Way for more than 560 nights, the long-delayed Tony Awards finally aired in September, and the theater com- munity celebrated with a four-hour, cross-platform extravaganza. Show- stopping performances included original Dreamgirl Jennifer Holliday , Wicked - ly talented duo Idina Menzel and Kristin Chenoweth, and the company of Best Musical winner Moulin Rouge!

record $750K grand prize). Congrats, X!

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Happy 40th Birthday, MTV! “And they said we wouldn’t last,” said a cheeky Madonna at the 2021 VMA Awards, paying homage to the network that made the Material Girl a household name. MTV debuted on August 1, 1981, with their first music video (The Buggles’ “Video Killed the Radio Star”). Through four decades, MTV has doled out hundreds of Moon Person trophies (from The Cars to Lil Nas X) and continues to reinvent reality television ( The Real World , Jersey Shore , The Challenge ).

In 2021, we welcomed a reimagined Equalizer ( Queen Latifah )—and welcomed back Gil Grissom ( William Petersen ) and Sara Sidle ( Jorja Fox ) on CSI: Vegas .

Honor Roll The Kennedy Center Honors returns to the Opera House in December to celebrate the 44th class of honorees’ artistic impact: (clockwise from top left) singer- songwriter Joni Mitchell, Motown founder Berry Gordy, Saturday Night Live creator Lorne Michaels, stage and screen icon Bette Midler, and operatic bass- baritone Justino Díaz .

Dexter staged a killer return. So did Jeff Probst and Tribal Council (after COVID-19 sidelined Survivor for a year).

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We bid farewell to a dysfunctional dad ( Shame- less ’ Frank Gallagher, played by William H. Macy ) and a flawed but fierce Mom ( Allison Janney ’s Bonnie Plunkett).

We lost our Pride ( NCIS: New Orleans ’ Scott Bakula), but said “Aloha” to Jane Tennant ( NCIS: Hawai’i’ s Vanessa Lachey ).

Harry and Meghan Spill the Tea “Were you silent, or were you silenced?” Oprah asked. It was one bomb- shell after another when the Queen of All Media sat down with the Prince and Duchess back in March. A whopping 61 million viewers around the world watched the revealing tell-all.

And a pair of Arrowverse superheroes took their final flight ( Black Lightning ’s Cress Williams and Supergirl Melissa Benoist ).

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The SHOWTIME Sports documentary KEVINGARNETT: AnythingIsPossible —fromaward-winning father-son filmmakersMarcandDanLevin— chronicles theNBAchamp’s lifeonand offthecourt. Theboldnewdoc fea- tures interviewswith the likesof Pau Gasol, Allen Iverson, IsaiahThomas, CandaceParker, andSnoopDogg. “KevinGarnettwasaculture-changer,” saidDocRivers,whocoachedKGwith theCeltics. “He’s thebest superstar teammate in thehistoryof thegame.” PremieredNov. 12andstreamson SHOWTIMEANYTIME.

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Get in Line

1 “If I could just come in I swear I’ll leave / Won’t take nothin’ but a _______” —Miranda Lambert, “The House That Built Me” 2 “I’m just flesh and bone, _______ and _______ / And I’ve earned a couple scars” — Jimmie Allen, “Best Shot” Howwell do you know the biggest hits fromNashville’s biggest names? Fill in the blanks of these catchy country lyrics. Then ring in 2022 with a starry night of electric performances by these artists at New Year’s Eve Live: Nashville’s Big Bash . BY NATE MILLADO

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3 “Ex’s and the oh, oh, oh’s they _______ me” — Elle King, “Ex’s and Oh’s”

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4 “Don’t worry ’bout tomorrow / Leave all your sorrow out here on the _______ _______” — Luke Bryan, “One Margarita” 5 “You’re just a _______ _______, with your head up in the clouds” —Kelsea Ballerini, “Peter Pan” 6 “You’ll be my glass of wine / I’ll be your shot of _______” —Blake Shelton, “Honey Bee” 7 “You already know that you’re my _______ / After all this time I’m just as nervous” —Dan + Shay, “Speechless” 8 “He’s the _______ that I’m wearin’ / He’s the song stuck in my head” —Gabby Barrett, “The Good Ones” 9 “_______ _______ on a Friday night / A pair of jeans that fit just right” — Zac Brown Band, “Chicken Fried” 10 “Don’t you wanna _______ _______ _______ _______ / Don’t you wanna fall

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Answers: 1. memory 2. heart, soul 3. haunt 4. floatin’ dock 5. lost boy 6. whiskey 7. weakness 8. T-shirt 9. cold beer 10. hold each other tight

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GROWING UP SHELDON: (From left) Montana Jordan, Raegan Revord, and Iain Armitage are in their fifth season of the hit sitcom. “When I look back at the earliest episodes, we were so tiny back then,” says Revord. “We all look so different now.”

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Toys in every store, windows aglow with magical lights, and the teens from the hit comedy Young Sheldon calling out their picks for all-time great- est holiday movie. “I mean, who doesn’t love Home Alone ? It’s the modern classic,” says Iain Armitage, 13, now in his fifth season as Sheldon Cooper, the boy genius and future theoretical physicist whose academic gifts are matched only by his inability to read social cues. His character is the child ver- sion of the same Sheldon that Jim Parsons por- trayed for 279 episodes on The Big Bang Theory . “I’d say A Christmas Story , or wait, no, Elf ,” says Raegan Revord, also 13, who plays Sheldon’s more outgoing twin sister, Missy.

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“ We did one scene where [Sheldon] fights with his own clone and gets dragged across a table and has a chalkboard smashed over his head, ” says Armitage. “ I’d love to do more stuff like that. ”

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CLASS ACT: When they’re not filming, Revord and Armitage go to school on set. “Our teachers are awesome, and they like to throw holiday parties,” reports Revord.

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“This is gonna sound crazy,” Montana Jordan, 18, says in his signature East Texas drawl. He plays the twins’ older, down-to- earth brother, Georgie. “I don’t really watch movies or TV. Can I also go with Home Alone and Elf ?” Whatever gets you through to New Year’s, right? The group of actors is chatting from different dressing rooms (and separate Zoom screens) due to pandemic protocols. But even social dis- tancing can’t dampen the fun-loving spirit that’s kept this trio giggling since the series premiered in 2017. Revord bangs on her dressing room wall, which gets Armitage, who’s next door, to scream—“Hey, I heard that! Stop it!”—which prompts Jordan, who’s down the hall, to whisper into his laptop, “See what I’m dealing with here?” CBS Watch spoke to Young Sheldon ’s young trio about the show’s smashing success and their holiday hopes and dreams.

You’re five seasons in. What’s it like looking back on the early seasons of Young Sheldon ? REVORD: Oh, it’s insane. We were so tiny back then. Montana sounds like a little baby compared to now. JORDAN: [ Puts on a deeper voice. ] Ha! I guess my voice has changed somewhat, hasn’t it! ARMITAGE: It’s just so funny watching us trying to nail these char- acters. It was all so new in the beginning. Now it’s old hat. I come in, get into costume, and I’m Sheldon. It’s that easy. REVORD: It doesn’t even feel like coming to work now. It’s more like I’m hanging out with my second family. How do you stay grounded when you’re on a hit show? JORDAN: I could give you a long answer, but the short answer would be: I’ve got a good family that keeps me in check. I go back

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DEEP DIVE: “I’m excited to explore George Jr.’s entrepreneurial side,” says Jordan of his character. “We know he grows up to own a tire shop. I want to see what gets him to that point.”

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home to Texas as much as I can, and if I did ever get too ahead of myself, my family would probably disown me. I still

wear clothes from Walmart. REVORD: Since I started acting, I’ve really, really tried to treat everyone I meet the way I want to be treated. I got that from my family, and I love that advice. Also, I have a gecko named Samuel, and I just look at him and go, “Yeah, life’s good.” ARMITAGE: Don’t get me wrong. We love our work. But for me, the most fun thing is playing at home with my friends and my little cousins. There’s nothing more normal than that. Tell us about some holiday traditions you’re looking forward to this year. ARMITAGE: I go to Georgia and stay at my grandma’s. She has 12 grandkids, so there are always like 60,000 people in the house. It’s a big, crazy, chaotic, silly, messy, fun holiday. We make cookies, we make gingerbread houses. We hang out, we wrap gifts, we play games, we sing, we run around. It’s completely awesome. REVORD: My family’s also in the Deep South, and we couldn’t go back last year, so I’m really looking forward to us all getting together again and eating those southern foods. JORDAN: Like peanut brittle? Because that’s what I’m look- ing forward to. My grandma makes it, and, gosh, I mean, there’s nothing better. Sugar rush!

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OFFICE PARTY: The Young Sheldon cast gets into the holiday spirit. “Everyone gets each other gifts,” says Armitage. “And people put up candy baskets on their doors. I love going by and being like, ‘Oooh, I’ll take one!’”

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In case anyone’s asking, what’s on your gift wish lists? ARMITAGE: I’m pretty weird. I’m into Rus- sian things. I love Russian candies and Rus- sian classical music and Russian pop music. I even learned a little Russian over the pan- demic. [ Starts singing loudly in Russian .] REVORD: Ummm, oka-a-y. Can I jump in here? I am a huge bookworm, so if I ever get a book, that makes me super happy. I love the Scythe series. It’s a dystopian future-type world. I started reading it, and I was like, “Nope, I am not putting this down.”

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You three are very impressive! It was announced this year that Young Sheldon will remain on the air at least through 2024. Anything you’d like to see your characters get to do more of? REVORD: I’d love Missy to have more bonding time with Mary Cooper (Zoe Perry). They’re so sweet together. JORDAN: I’m excited to explore George Jr.’s entrepreneurial side. We know he grows up to own a tire shop. I want to see what gets him to that point. ARMITAGE: Oh, yikes. I guess I’d say more stunts. Sheldon is ridic- ulously smart with his mind but not so smart with his body. We did one scene where he fights with his own clone and gets dragged across a table and has a chalkboard smashed over his head. I’d love to do more stuff like that.

JORDAN: Honestly, you don’t need to get me anything . I don’t order stuff. I don’t want stuff. But I’ll tell you this: The best gift I ever got was sitting on my front porch one day. It was a box with a note saying, “Hey, I love your show,” and inside was an arcade machine. Not a big one. Kind of a medium-size one, and it had a bunch of different games on it, like Mario, and … what’s that one where the little round thing eats all the fruits?

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Pac-Man? JORDAN: Yeah! That’s it! That’s on there. It’s so much fun.

Playing Favorites The Sheldon kids pick their No. 1 episode

“BIBLE CAMP AND A CHAR- IOT OF LOVE” (SEASON 4) “Anything involving a vehicle I love,

“A PAGER, A CLUB, AND A CRANKY BAG OF WRINKLES” (SEASON 4)

“JIU-JITSU, BUBBLE WRAP, AND YOU-HOO” (SEASON 1) “For some reason, I thought it was hilarious when Sheldon got bullied by a 6-year-old little girl. I’ve studied martial arts for over nine years, and I love the line where he says, ‘I’ve read a book on jiu-jitsu. And I’m prepared to throw it at you!’” —Armitage

“I love the episode where Miss Annie (Potts) and Miss Reba (McEntire) sing a karaoke duet of ‘Islands in the Stream.’ That was the best thing ever. The funniest part was watching Miss Reba sing badly, which was a very rare moment because she’s so talented at singing in real life. It really shows how great an actor she is.” —Revord

but this one was so funny. Georgie gets the van of his dreams. It’s got stinky blue shag carpeting on the inside, including on the ceiling, and a foldout couch. His dad calls it a motel on wheels. But I’m a car guy, so I could do a hundred episodes like these.” —Jordan

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What better way to end yet another year of feeling like you’ve been living in the Twilight Zone—Delta? Seriously?—than bingeing The Twilight Zone ? Whether you’re in the mood to enter a new dimension with Rod Serling ’s classic anthology series or the Jordan Peele –produced reboot, Paramount+ offers these 10 beloved episodes (and more!)—each as timeless as infinity. By Michelle Darrisaw

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Original airdate: April 18, 2019 Steven Yeun ’s performance as the convincing suit-wearing “Aggro Traveler” (named A. Traveler) recalls “The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street” from the original series. Analogous to the paranoia and fear stoked in that episode, here the wandering traveler turns a small Alaskan town upside down, pitting its residents against each other during Christmas Eve—all for the sake of pie and a pardon. Greg Kinnear also stars.

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THE TWILIGHT ZONE

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“The Night of the Meek” Season 2, Episode 11 Original airdate: Dec. 23, 1960

“Just one Christmas, I’d like to see the meek inherit the earth.” With that drunken comment, life changes for Henry Corwin ( Art Carney ). After losing his job as a department store Santa Claus, despondent Henry gets his wish of helping the less fortunate with a garbage bag that can magically transform trash into treasure. It’s holiday-themed, but this episode is worth watching anytime of the year.

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“Replay” Season 1, Episode 3

Original airdate: April 11, 2019 Imagine living in a fear loop, knowing there’s nothing you can do to stop it. That’s Nina Harrison’s ( Sanaa Lathan ) plight as a Black mother trying to shield her son, Dorian ( Damson Idris ), from hate. With a magic Camcorder, Nina and her brother, Neil ( Steve Harris ), rewind time and travel through underground tunnels to protect Dorian, only to realize history has a way of repeating itself.

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“Living Doll” Season 5, Episode 6

Original airdate: Nov. 1, 1963 A cruel father ( Telly Savalas ) struggles when his stepdaughter, Christie ( Tracy Stratford ), brings home the creepy toy doll “Talky Tina.” Apparently, he’s the only one who can hear the doll’s menacing phrases, which intensifies his anger. Since he’s more naughty than nice to his family, you’re left watching the episode wondering if Tina will keep her deadly promises.

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“Five Characters in Search of an Exit” Season 3, Episode 14 Original airdate: Dec. 22, 1961 As the title suggests, five people—an Army major, a clown, a ballerina, a hobo, and a bagpiper—are all trapped in the same cylindrical room with no way out. They don’t know why or how they got there or how to escape their fate. You’ll anguish over every attempt they make to free themselves, right up until the ironic twist you’ll never see coming.

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“The Hitch-Hiker” Season 1, Episode 16

Original airdate: Jan. 22, 1960 Nan Adams’ ( Inger Stevens ) cross-country trek quickly descends from a solo car trip to a nightmare on the open road. She repeatedly encounters a mysterious hitchhiker ( Leonard Strong ) who’s “going her way,” as obstacles (flat tire, stalled car) and doom unfurl at every turn. But it’s Nan’s tormented thoughts and the chilling train sequence that will stay with you long after Serling’s closing narration.

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“Try, Try” Season 2, Episode 9

Original airdate: June 25, 2020 Things are not what they seem when a meet-cute happens between Marc Wheeler ( Topher Grace ) and Claudia King ( Kylie Bunbury ). It’s like he already knows everything about her— and their date. Since Marc was dealt the impossible fate of reliving the same day over and over, one is left wondering, with every reset, if darkness lies beneath his charms.

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“The After Hours” Season 1, Episode 34 Original airdate: June 10, 1960

An ordinary purchase at a department store turns into a harrowing shopping experience for Marsha White ( Anne Francis ). If the sinister plot twist doesn’t scare you, the disappearing shopping floors, peculiar sales associate ( Elizabeth Allen ), and realistic mannequins certainly will. Not for the fainthearted if you fear being trapped alone inside a deserted mall.

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“Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?” Season 2, Episode 28 Original airdate: May 26, 1961 After two officers receive an anonymous report of a crashed spacecraft during a winter storm, the episode turns into a case of whodunit. The officers begin their investigation by interrogating a group of stranded travelers at a nearby diner. Amid laughter, exploding bowls, and a faulty jukebox, the question remains: Who among them is the surviving alien?

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“Blurryman” Season 1, Episode 10 Original airdate: May 30, 2019 This is a meta nod to the original franchise and a breaking of the fourth wall, and it’s easy to see why fans revere the Season 1 finale. TV writer Sophie Gelson ( Zazie Beetz ) is haunted by a shadowy figure as she struggles to develop a new screenplay. Reality soon mirrors fiction when Sophie realizes she’s trapped by her own creation. Come for the nostalgia but stay to the very end when the blurry man and the show’s message finally come into focus. Seth Rogan and Jordan Peele also star.

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