Walking for a Cure for Juvenile Diabetes

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"We participated in the JDRF Walk for a Cure in Hershey PA on Sunday October 21st. Our 11 year old daughter was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes just 8 months ago and it's been a tough road for our family. Our daughter decided she wanted to make a difference and spread awareness about Juvenile Diabetes so we formed a family team and participated in the walk. Our team, Sherylyn's Sunshine, raised over $1800.00 and the walk raised over $187,000.00!" - http://www.jdrf.org - Wilkinsons (Oct 23, 2007)

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comment by Guest - Apr 29, 2012 - back to the top

This episode, for me, is the hlalmark of what makes the Twilight Zone truly great. As it challenges the viewer to examine what is reality? That is, are our dreams and everyday life really two separate components of our living existence? With one reality and the other non-reality? And so, to bring this about in a 30 minute telelay that grips you with such tight focus that its memory is still with you after 50 years is amazing. And begs the the question as to what was going on in the writers imagination? A search for truth? An artistic vision? A sharing of a universalexperience? Well, I believe its all of the above as well as one writers brilliance. Also shared I think by the actors, director, camera men, etc. That starts as we know, with Dennis Weaver crying out, as though from the wilderness that he cant take it anymore. Well, what is it he cant take? The electric chair? Well, no, its the sheer repetition of what he thinks is a dream. Or is it? Especially when he tells his cellmate that a dream has its own world, with its own self made rules. That cant be challenged. And as all of this moves forward, everyone fromthe cellmate, priest, to the DA, are absolutely unconvinced of Weavers dilemna. That packs such a powerful punch at the end when the cellmate becomes the judge. And the priest becomes an attorney. Leading us, as it were, ever more deeply into the nether world that we are stunned. Come on, you might say, when am I going to be let off the hook? And also, there are many other wonderful episodes like this that challenge the nature of reality. But this one, as Dennis Weaverscharacter does so well, just seems to cry out from the wilderness with such a powerful narrative, that it deserves special attention.