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Friday, March 18, 2016
Revisiting The Twilight Zone: S1 E31: The Chaser
This kind of story has been done in both print and screen in many different ways over the years, so while the idea has been around for quite a while it still needs to be done well to catch the attention.
Does it here? I don’t know. My problem with the episode is that neither of the main characters are particularly likeable in any way, which makes it difficult to get yourself involved in the episode. Roger comes across as a hard-work-to-please kind of guy, firstly absolutely desiring the attention of his ‘love’ Leila, such that he buys a love potion so that she will direct all her attention to him. Of course, once she does, he finds her so constricting he wants to do away with her. On the other hand, Leila is just annoying in either format, firstly as the woman who wants nothing to do with Roger, and then as the one who is infatuated with him. Annoying both ways – why would you want that?
So there we have it. Two annoying characters in a slightly annoying episode. The story is fine, but it is hard to watch.
Rating: If she isn’t interested it isn’t going to work. 2.5/5