Riccardo Citelli: Ma tu sei matto non c'è paragone tra la Panda e la Range rover sono due categorie differenti Shawn Daniel: OMFG. Awesome. DLWebster13: Giant scorpions LM Oughterson: Such a lukewarm review for what is my most favorite Twilight Zone episode. I think you missed something. The family is absolutely essential for this episode. Duvall plays an introverted man who wants to live a simple life with someone who understands him. In the 20th century, being introverted was considered to be not a normal state of mind and antisocial. Often, introverted people were thrust into social situations that made them uncomfortable by well-meaning people and/or were put into the therapy to cure them from it. When he sees the doll in the dollhouse, he sees a place to escape from the pressures of his family and his job, and to find someone he can relate to in this modern world of extroverted people. Everyone else pities him because he spends time alone, but he has found a place where he is happy that they don't understand. So when they send him to therapy, he pretends to be what they want him to be so he can find a time to be himself and do what makes him happy. If you're not grasping what I'm trying to say, just substitute a book, a movie, or a video game for the doll and dollhouse inside the museum; when someone will immerse themselves into the story. Only here, in Twilight Zone style, Duvall's character goes from a wishful mental immersion to living his ideal physical reality. Also, this is an excellent metaphor for someone taking their dreams/ideas in their mind, through the creative process, and turning them into reality they can (perhaps) share with someone else who shares their vision when no one else does. Decepticons Hunter: I have this I found a secret in this if you took out the screw in his head and the brown part inside look like an alien because they are really aliens if anyone have this figure you can try Saber Ghost: Plz subscribe to my channel David Chaisson: It would be nice if he could of shown some close up shots of what he was doing. I still don't get it, but thanks anyhow I'll see if I can find the manual for this thing it's got to be around here some place.