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1 "Evergreen" Allan Kroeker Jill Blotevogel September 18, 2002 106
The family of a rebellious teenager (Amber Tamblyn) moves to a gated community which has a unique and grisly way of dealing with troubled youth. 
2 "One Night at Mercy" Peter O'Fallon Christopher Mack September 18, 2002 103
A doctor saves a strange patient (Jason Alexander) from suicide, only to learn that he is Death incarnate looking to take a break from his life's work. 
3 "Shades of Guilt" Perry Lang Ira Steven Behr September 25, 2002 107
After leaving a dark skinned man (Hill Harper) who's asking for help, Matt McGreevy (Vincent Ventresca) soon learns to regret his action as he slowly begins to resemble the man. 
4 "Dream Lover" Peter O'Fallon Frederick Rappaport September 25, 2002 105
Andrew Lomax (Adrian Pasdar) somehow makes his dream girl (Shannon Elizabeth) real to help him with his writer's block. However, who is real and who is fictional becomes unclear. 
5 "Cradle of Darkness" Jean de Segonzac Kamran Pasha October 2, 2002 104
A woman who possesses the gift of time-travel (Katherine Heigl) uses her powers to go back to when Adolf Hitler was born and kill him to prevent the future dictator's notorious reign from happening. 
6 "Night Route" Jean de Segonzac Jill Blotevogel October 2, 2002 102
After nearly being hit by a car, a woman (Ione Skye) is haunted by a strange bus appearing in her street. 
7 "Time Lapse" John T. Kretchmer James Crocker October 9, 2002 109
A man (Ethan Embry), suffering from blackouts, learns that the gaps in time that he can't remember were the result of a cop—briefly switching bodies with him—trying to prevent the assassination of the President's daughter. 
8 "Dead Man's Eyes" Jerry Levine Frederick Rappaport October 9, 2002 108
After a woman's (Portia de Rossi) husband is murdered, she is inconsolable. At the trial, she absentmindedly places his glasses on her face—and suddenly, she is able to see through his eyes. The glasses recorded the man's last moments, so his wife decides to try and solve the case—but she must face a very dangerous and familiar murderer. 
9 "The Pool Guy" Paul Shapiro Hans Beimler October 16, 2002 111
A pool cleaner (Lou Diamond Phillips) is haunted by a man who keeps telling him to wake up before shooting him. 
10 "Azoth the Avenger Is a Friend of Mine" Brad Turner Brent V. Friedman October 16, 2002 112
A young boy (Rory Culkin), beset by an abusive father and neighborhood bullies, wills his favorite superhero (Patrick Warburton) to life, who teaches him about vengeance and courage. 
11/12 "The Lineman" Jonathan Frakes Pen Densham October 23, 2002 101
After being struck by lightning, Tyler (Jeremy Piven) gains the ability to hear other people's thoughts. Using his newfound powers for his own personal and financial gain, Tyler soon realizes that everything comes with a price. 
13 "Harsh Mistress" Brad Turner Bradley Thompson & David Weddle October 30, 2002 110
A struggling musician named Cory (Lukas Haas) purchases an infamous guitar, which leads to him gaining vast international stardom and wealth, but both come with a surprising price tag. 
14 "Upgrade" Joe Chappelle Robert Hewitt Wolfe October 30, 2002 113
A housewife (Susanna Thompson), humiliated by her loutish husband and unruly children, wishes for a better life, only to find that reality wants to replace her as well. 
15 "To Protect and Serve" Joe Chappelle Kamran Pasha November 6, 2002 115
An idealistic cop (Usher), determined to keep a prostitute (Samantha Becker) safe from her pimp, will stop at nothing in this world to protect her. 
16 "Chosen" Winrich Kolbe Ira Steven Behr November 6, 2002 114
A hopeless and destitute man (Jake Busey) angrily rebuffs two persistent missionaries who may well have the answer to all of his problems. 
17 "Sensuous Cindy" John T. Kretchmer James Crocker November 13, 2002 116
Having sworn off all other women upon getting engaged, a man (Greg Germann) is put to the test by a virtual-reality beauty (Jaime Pressly). 
18 "Hunted" Patrick Norris Christopher Mack November 13, 2002 117
A futuristic society is attacked by a vicious and mysterious murderer. 
19 "Mr. Motivation" Deran Sarafian Teleplay by: Brent V. Friedman

Story by: Steven Aspis

November 20, 2002 118
A sinister toy doll encourages a timid man (Wallace Langham) to stand up to his boss (Christopher McDonald) and take control of his life. 
20 "Sanctuary" Patrick Norris James Crocker November 20, 2002 119
Stranded in a modern day Garden of Eden, a man (Rob Estes) and woman (Elizabeth Berkley) soon find their idyllic world crumbling thanks to an injured motorcyclist (Nicki Aycox) and her working cell phone. 
21 "Future Trade" Bob Balaban Clyde Hayes November 27, 2002 121
A man (Frank Whaley) with a dead-end job and a dysfunctional family is lured into trading his future for that of a seemingly privileged man with a trophy wife (Sofia Milos). But he must have forgotten the age-old cliche: if something seems too good to be true, it probably is. 
22 "Found and Lost" Vern Gillum Teleplay by: Frederick Rappaport

Story byBill Mumy

November 27, 2002 120
A businessman (Brian Austin Green) gets a chance to revisit the past and make another bid for the woman (Moira Kelly) he loved. 
23 "Gabe's Story" Allan Kroeker Dusty Kay December 11, 2002 123
A man (Christopher Titus) suffering from consistent bad luck is given a surprising chance to change his destiny. 
24 "Last Lap" Brad Turner Rob Hedden December 11, 2002 122
A terminally ill young man (Clifton Collins, Jr.) and his best friend (Greg Serano) take a final ride in their souped-up racer that results in unexpected consequences for both. 
25 "The Path" Jerry Levine James Crocker January 8, 2003 125
A dissatisfied tabloid writer (Linda Cardellini) entrusts her fate in the hands of a fortune teller named Kamayo (Method Man) who gives her scoops in advance. However, her "sure thing" has hidden problems. 
26 "Fair Warning" John T. Kretchmer David Weddle & Bradley Thompson January 8, 2003 124
A flower shop clerk (Taryn Manning) is viciously stalked by one of the multiple personalities of a troubled pet store employee (Devon Gummersall). 
27 "Another Life" Risa Bramon Garcia Amir Mann & Brent V. Friedman February 5, 2003 126
Famous rapper Marvin Gardens (Wood Harris) overcame a tough childhood in the projects to become a millionaire with a wife, son, and mansion. However, painful, confusing visions plague him to the point that the thin line between real and fantasy is crossed. 
28 "Rewind" Kevin Bray James Crocker February 5, 2003 127
A compulsive gambler (Eddie Kaye Thomas) who mysteriously learns how to travel back in time, believes he has found a sure bet to win big at the casinos. He soon discovers, however, that everything is a gamble. 
29 "Tagged" James Head Story by: Charles Largent

Teleplay byMichael Angeli

February 12, 2003 129
A gang member (Todd Williams) confesses to murder when a mural painted by the victim transforms itself into a version of the crime scene. 
30 "Into the Light" Lou Diamond Phillips Moira Kirland Dekker February 12, 2003 128
A teacher (Samantha Mathis) gains the power to predict death. 
31 "It's Still a Good Life" Allan Kroeker Ira Steven Behr

Based on Characters Created byJerome Bixby

February 19, 2003 131
In the sequel to the 1961 episode, "It's a Good Life", Anthony Fremont—the young boy (Bill Mumy) who once terrorized his town with his amazing mental powers—is now a man and the proud father of a little girl (Liliana Mumy) whose mental powers are stronger than his. 
32 "The Monsters Are on Maple Street" Debbie Allen Teleplay by: Erin Maher & Kay Reindl

Story byRod Serling

February 19, 2003 130
In this update of the 1960 episode "The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street," a neighborhood begins suspecting their new neighbors of terrorism after the power and water get cut off. 
33 "Memphis" Eriq La Salle Eriq La Salle February 26, 2003 133
A law clerk (Eriq La Salle) with only six months to live due to a brain tumor finds himself in Memphis, Tennessee in 1968 on the day Martin Luther King, Jr. is going to be assassinated. 
34 "How Much Do You Love Your Kid?" Allison Liddi-Brown Michael Angeli February 26, 2003 132
A woman (Bonnie Somerville) who is contemplating divorce finds herself on a twisted game show. She must put herself in horribly dangerous situations for two big, big prizes. The first is a million dollars, but the second prize is her son. 
35 "The Placebo Effect" Jerry Levine Teleplay by: Brent V. Friedman

Story by: Rebecca Swanson

April 2, 2003 134
A hypochondriac's (Jeffrey Combs) description of an unnamed disease he supposedly has comes to life when those around him become infected. 
36 "Cold Fusion" Eli Richbourg Ashley Edward Miller & Zack Stentz April 2, 2003 135
A brilliant physicist (Sean Patrick Flanery) is ordered by the military to a remote Arctic lab where the final start-up preparations for an infinite power source are taking place. He becomes involved in a deadly psychological struggle with the device's creator (Ian McShane). 
37 "The Pharaoh's Curse" Bob Balaban Stephen Beck April 23, 2003 139
An aspiring magician (Shawn Hatosy) seeks to learn the secret behind a legendary trick. 
38 "The Collection" John T. Kretchmer Erin Maher & Kay Reindl April 23, 2003 138
A night of babysitting turns to cold terror when a young woman (Jessica Simpson) realizes that the child's eerily lifelike doll collection may explain the mysterious disappearance of the previous sitters. 
39 "Eye of the Beholder" David R. Ellis Rod Serling April 30, 2003 140
In this remake of the classic Twilight Zone episode, a beautiful woman (Molly Sims) in a futuristic society where everyone is hideous undergoes her 11th attempt at surgically being like everyone else. 
40 "Developing" Allison Liddi-Brown Moira Kirland Dekker April 30, 2003 141
A young woman (Robin Tunney) discovers photos of her dead fiancé that could never had been taken and remains convinced that it is her deceased lover calling her to be with him in death. 
41 "The Executions of Grady Finch" John Peter Kousakis Teleplay by: Ira Steven Behr and Brent V. Friedman

Story by: Frederick Rappaport

May 7, 2003 143
After three gruesome execution attempts, a death row inmate (Jeremy Sisto) is granted a new trial. His lawyer (Alicia Witt) succeeds in freeing him, only to see a greater justice prevail. 
42 "Homecoming" Risa Bramon Garcia Teleplay by: Michael Angeli

Story by: Bradley Thompson & David Weddle

May 7, 2003 142
An Army officer (Gil Bellows) comes home to try and make amends with his wayward son (Penn Badgley) before the boy learns his terrible secret. 
43 "Sunrise" Tim Matheson Teleplay by: Frederick Rappaport

Story by: Katrina Cabrera Ortega

May 21, 2003 137
Five college students explore an Aztec site. They carelessly knock over a jug filled with blood — and in an instant, the sun goes out. The Earth will die unless something is done — and according to some carvings, the only way to reverse the curse is to sacrifice someone. 
44 "Burned" John T. Kretchmer Seth Weisburst & Daniel Wolowicz May 21, 2003 136
An agoraphobic man (Jason Bateman) is haunted by the ghosts of children killed in an arson he paid a man to commit. 

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