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March 02, 1986

The second half of "The Twilight Zone" episode aired on Feb. 7 was very disturbing. The story line about a man frozen and revived was quite intriguing, but as the story went on, I became increasingly uncomfortable. The scene in which a shuttle, emblazoned with the words United States of America, was blown up by a laser-emitting satellite was just too much! How could the network air this episode especially when the nation was still recovering from the shuttle disaster? Why couldn't it have waited an appropriate length of time?

Kathy Lee Jung, Los Angeles

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