Monster of the Day #1116 Updated on March 13, 2015 By Ken Begg 14 Comments Now that’s how you do a painting, Andrew Wyeth! Tweet Pin It Related PostsMonster of the Day #1664 (Nov 17, 2017) Monster of the Day #1663 (Nov 16, 2017) Monster of the Day #1662 (Nov 15, 2017) Monster of the Day #1661 (Nov 14, 2017) Monster of the Day #1660 (Nov 10, 2017) By Ken Begg http://jabootu.net Ericb The Residents are huge in Japan. Flangepart “Hi. You folks have any Visine on ya, by chance?” Gamera977 Alien by Goodyear… So-so episode but then again what red-blooded guy wouldn’t jump at the chance to protect the lovely Hazel Court? CaptNemo “Honey, I think that guy is watching us.” bgbear_rnh Bert I. Gordon calls his lawyer. The Rev. I remember seeing this one for the first time a few years ago and being shocked to find the male lead was the guy that played Adam Chance in Agent for H.A.R.M.. The episode itself is pretty good, but I love the ending. It’s silly, but in a good way. Kind of a nice counter-point to The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street. Gamera977 Mark Richman was in only two episodes of ‘The Outer Limits’ and this one ‘Twilight Zone’ (I had to check the IMDB to be sure) but for some reason I really associate him with both shows. SteveWD ‘The Fear’. Not one of the best episodes, but for some reason I can remember exactly the first time I saw it. I was about 10 years old and it was a late Friday night after we had been to my brothers high school football game. I remember coming home, getting a snack, watching Twilight Zone (it was probably on right after the late local news) and it was this episode. That was 30+ years ago, so this episode must have had some sort of impact. Rock Baker It had lots of moody little moments that really made it stand out, I thought. Not the least of which was the huge fingerprint on the side of the car. Rock Baker Always liked Mark Richman, but it seems he played the hero far too few times. He could play a pretty good heavy, of course, but I always liked him as the hero. AGENT FOR H.A.R.M. remains one of my favorite spy pictures mostly because of Richman (and Bouchet, and the music, etc…). Flangepart And of course, a good MST3K. The Rev. “The spaz chop and the pocket wound were just too much for the old man.” I also love the whole running bit with them describing Chance doing something mundane and then singing the James Bond theme. “Adam Chance picks up his dry cleaning. Ba-da-DA-DAAAAAAA!!!” The Rev. I’m not as familiar with that series as I should be; sure enough, I haven’t seen either episode he was in. I don’t know why, but I thought he’d passed away a few years ago. Turns out he’s alive and, as far as I can tell, well. (Sorry, Mr. Richman, should you ever stumble on this!) Looks to have retired in 2011, but man he was in a lot of stuff. He’s also been married to his wife for 52 years, bless ’em. Luke Blanchard I think this guy modelled for Odilon Redon. He painted him in THE CYCLOPS and used him in several of his prints.