Bloody hell! This is the other episode that prompted me to rewatch this series 14 years later. A View through the Window was just as great as I remembered, so I had high hopes for this one. Unfortunately, like yesterday’s episode, it is silent running due to copyright issues.
Bridget Fonda is enjoying a quiet night at home with a glass of wine. She falls asleep watching Ray Bradbury Theater (just an assumption) and finds an empty plate and crumbs on the counter of her meticulously kept kitchen. So naturally she calls the cops.
After they leave, she goes upstairs and puts on some lipstick to go out to dinner alone. A guy tries to pick her up in the restaurant. He maybe thinks she’s a hooker. Hard to say with out sound. She goes back home and find a dress has been taken out of her closet, and her make-up tray is in disarray. So she calls the cops again.
She continues seeing signs of an intruder.
I can see that if this episode had sound, it would be as I remembered it — just as A View through the Window was — absolutely awesome. Not only will I not spoil it, I won’t even watch the rest of it. Someday it will surface with sound and with a decent transfer. It will be worth the wait.
- Directed by Joe Dante (Gremlins).