Syfy's Twilight Zone Marathon Schedule for Friday, July 4, 2014

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For those with no plans this Fourth of July, Syfy channel would like you to accompany them on their traditional holiday trip "to a fifth dimension, beyond that which is known to man. It is a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity. It is the middle ground between light and shadow, between science and superstition, and it lies between the pit of man's fears and the summit of his knowledge. This is the dimension of imagination. It is an area which we call the Twilight Zone."

Starting in the morning and running into the wee hours, Syfy has compiled a random selection of 32 episodes, though not including any from the fourth season, which were ran an hour in length. Listed below are the airtimes (ET/PT) and episode names. 

8:00 AM - Five Characters In Search Of An Exit
8:30 AM - Nick Of Time
9:00 AM - Night Of The Meek
9:30 AM - Kick The Can
10:00 AM - Where Is Everybody?
10:30 AM - It's A Good Life
11:00 AM - Dead Man's Shoes
11:30 AM - The Hitch-hiker
12:00 PM - The Dummy
12:30 PM - Third From The Sun
1:00 PM - The Invaders
1:30 PM - The Bewitchin' Pool
2:00 PM - The Masks
2:30 PM - The Howling Man
3:00 PM - The Odyssey Of Flight 33
3:30 PM - Living Doll
4:00 PM - The Obsolete Man
4:30 PM - Eye Of The Beholder
5:00 PM - Time Enough At Last
5:30 PM - A Stop At Willoughby
6:00 PM - The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street
6:30 PM - To Serve Man
7:00 PM - Will The Real Martian Please Stand Up?
7:30 PM - Nightmare At 20,000 Feet

08:00 PM - 1210 AM For those who would like to catch some fireworks, Syfy has schedules a primetime break with WWE Smackdown and two episodes of Spartacus: Blood And Sand before returning to transmiting from The Twilight Zone

12:10 AM - The Midnight Sun
12:40 AM - Night Call
1:10 AM - I Sing The Body Electric
1:40 AM - A Penny For Your Thoughts
2:10 AM - Number Twelve Looks Just Like You
2:40 AM - Stopover In A Quiet Town
3:10 AM - A Most Unusual Camera
3:40 AM - Long Distance Call

Did you see any of your favorites mentioned above?  Feel free to stop on by during the marathon to discuss what you are watching with a Sentry or two. 

To learn more about this landmark TV series, read the following reviews:

Luigi Bastardo - Essential Episodes (55th Anniversary Collection)

Gordon S. Miller - The Complete First Season, The Complete Second Season 

Greg Barbrick - The Complete Third SeasonThe Complete Fourth SeasonThe Complete Fifth Season, Charles Beaumont: The Short Life of Twilight Zone's Magic Man (Director's Cut Special Edition)

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