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A physicist on a remote island in the Irish Sea finds a link to multiple dimensions. Contemporary science refers to them as parallel universes. Two people find out the hard way that the grass isn't always greener on the other side.

©1961 Rod Serling (P)2013 Blackstone Audiobooks

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Two idiots goes dimension hopping.

A bored idiot wife bullies her idiot (but genius) scientist husband to go dimension hopping, in hope of finding a better life. Nothing can go wrong there, right? :-)

Aside from the two unbelievably stupid lead characters, not a bad episode.

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Good story.

The wife in this story is dreadful. The actors were decent enough. I would recommend.

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one of my favorites

I've always liked radio dramas. Twightlight Zone is one of my favorites. Now I can listen anytime I want.

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I felt transported!

Really enjoyed McDowell's performance (his voice is timeless!) And th actor who played Marie--another excellent job; although, so good, I didn't object to her hapless ending.

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  • 04-16-17

Interesting.

Just goes to show that what you have is what you should stick with. Very dramatic. Kept you wanting to find out were they were going.