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Hey folks
This might seem out of the ordinary, but I notice an eerie but wonderful resemblance between certain episodes of Mayberry and those on The Twilight Zone. Since Mayberry began in wonderful black and white the gift of storytelling and narration was beset to these 2 wonderful shows. Andy Griffith and Rod Serling both had a knack for and certainly were masters of their craft. For example: the outdoor scenes at the lake during a picnic. Or an overcast day: A Black Day for Mayberry. On the other hand I think of the TZ episode: Walking Distance or Where is Everybody. Anyway feel free to comment folks.
If you want to go either way with this one. Thanks Chris.
We all know that The Twilight Zone had many Mayberry folks in it.

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