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Would an inhabitant of Eerie, Indiana be known as an Eerier? And would a person studying the phenomena of Eerie, Indiana be an Eeriest?

Wasn't it an Eerie, Indiana episode in which the boy wakes up and finds he's on a television set and his parents and himself are all actors, or was that some kind of Twilight Zone or Strange Stories episode?

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Date: 2017-01-08 10:50 am (UTC)
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Maybe a citizen of Eerie would be an Eerie-ite?


Wasn't it an Eerie, Indiana episode in which the boy wakes up and finds he's on a television set and his parents and himself are all actors


Yep, it was the series finale, "Reality Takes a Holiday", and it was awesome. It may well have also been used in a Twilight Zone or Strange Stories episode - I know Stargate SG1 and Supernatural both did episodes with the same premise and probably lots of other shows did too.

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