The Ray Bradbury Theater: Touched with Fire TV Show
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  • That's the only way those people can avoid being murdered

    • by Orrymain
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      Weird is weird and that’s pretty much how I feel about The Ray Bradbury Theater: Touched with Fire despite the fact that it has a guest cast that includes Barry More and Eileen Brennan. Basically the plot of this August 1990 science fiction outing has two aging and retired insurance salesmen now engaged in a strange new occupation. They try to find the

      most annoying and aggravating people they can and once they do, they try to convince them to stop their off-putting ways. That’s the only way those people can avoid being murdered.

      According to Mr. Foxe (Morse), the murders revolve around the theory that at 102 degrees in temperature, violence erupts more than at any other degree. In essence, that’s the apex of the gage.


      • He’s certain that Mrs. Annabelle Shrike (Brennan) is next on the list and convinces his partner to go along.

        The meeting between the two men and Mrs. Shrike doesn’t go well. She doesn’t understand their message and she ends up very frustrated, even as they tell her they are trying to protect herself from herself. In the end, things go as they are

        supposed to go.

        I’m not real fond of this thirty minute episode. I often enjoy Morse’s performances, having appreciated his talents from the days of The Fugitive TV series, but that wasn’t the case this time. Maybe it’s because I’m not fond of the heat myself. I prefer the cooler temperatures.

        Once is quite enough for me with The Ray Bradbury Theater: Touched with Fire.




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