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Appearing in "Escape to Nowhere"Edit

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When a slothful man climbs a rope and finds himself in a world where excess labor and noise are punished with death, he escapes back down the rope into his own world, and resolves to turn over a new leaf.

Appearing in "The New Gimmick!"Edit

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Synopsis for "The New Gimmick!"Edit

A sci fi writer tries to interest a TV producer three times in a script about life on the moon. The producer fires him because he knows the moon is lifeless. When rocket travel to the moon becomes feasible, the producer gets the idea of filming a TV special of the trip, and when he arrives on the moon he is shocked to find the writer there who says he was born there.

Appearing in "The Red World!"Edit

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The first arrivals on Mars are surprised to find that Jonathan Swift was there before them.

Appearing in "Under his Hat!"Edit

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Synopsis for "Under his Hat!"Edit

An angel who does charitable works refuses to remove his hat until a dying old woman asks him to doff his hat out of respect for a lady. He does so, but only after everyone else has left the room, as he does not want to reveal his halo.

Appearing in "The Mystery that Couldn't Be Solved!"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Mystery that Couldn't Be Solved!"Edit

Scientists send up monkeys into space twice and both times the rocket comes back empty. The scientists draw the erroneous conclusion that space disintegrates physiological matter and give up on space travel, but what actually happened was that the monkeys were taken prisoner by hostile aliens who plan to invade until they realize the monkeys are of limited intelligence. If such creatures could build and pilot a rocket, they reason, the Earth men must have many advanced weapons and so they call off the invasion.

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