Are these famous ad slogans or episodes of The Twilight Zone?

Figure out if you're in the real world or The Twilight Zone.

Advertising slogans often add enough mystique to intrigue customers into checking out the products they're designed to sling. Oddly enough, the same strategy was executed for titling many episodes of The Twilight Zone.

That's why we thought we might be able to trip you up by mixing up well-known advertising slogans with classic episodes of The Twilight Zone.

See if you can figure out which captions are from Rod Serling's show and which are from advertisements you heard or read before the 1990s. Good luck!

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  1. "Time enough at last."
  2. "It's the real thing."
  3. "Share the fantasy."
  4. "It's a good life."
  5. "A world of difference."
  6. "The changing of the guard."
  7. "The best a man can get."
  8. "There is no finish line."
  9. "Imagination at work."
  10. "No time like the past."

Are these famous ad slogans or episodes of The Twilight Zone?

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nerakr 7 months ago
8/10. Not bad considering I don't know the Twilight Zone.
SheriHeffner 7 months ago
10 out of 10. I know my Twilight Zone.
DouglasMorris 7 months ago
9/10! Missed #6 which did me in.
Tresix 7 months ago
9/10. Missed "A World of Difference". What "TZ" episode was that one?
cperrynaples Tresix 7 months ago
I believe it's where Howard Duff finds himself on a movie set and everyone thinks he's an actor.Not to be confused with A World of His Own, where Keenan Wynn is a writer who literally brings his characters to life!
10/10. A World of Difference is ambiguous. Is he a regular guy who imagines that people think he's an actor, or is he an actor who imagines that he is the regular guy?
richardkel Tresix 7 months ago
9/10 as well. Missed that one too.
Could have been either! Serling loved to keep the audience guessing!
cperrynaples 7 months ago
10/10! Who knew Rod Serling could have been a "Mad Man"? And those slogans could be used on TZ 4.0. although 3 sounds more like a '70's porn title...LOL!!!
EllisClevenger 7 months ago
You got 8 out of 10
When it comes to The Twilight Zone, there are clearly no unknowns in your world.
Missed #5 and #8.
I must be getting old.
When did NIKE become a part of classic TV?
JeffTanner 7 months ago
You got 6 out of 10 --------------Perhaps you should've cleared some of those answers with Willie. Got 1, 5, 6 and 8 wrong.
MrsPhilHarris JeffTanner 7 months ago
Those are the same ones I got wrong!
anthony 7 months ago
9/10.There are clearly no unkowns in my world. Except for the unknown of the one I got wrong.
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