Last words in Twilight Zone media

Following are last words from Twilight Zone media.

TV seriesEdit

1959 seriesEdit

  • You never know who may need something up there. Hm? Up there?
    • Who: Louis J. Bookman
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "One for the Angels" [Episode 1x2]
    • Note: Character, a pitchman, is referring to Heaven, to which he is led by Death.
  • No, no, no, no, no, no, no!
    • Who: Walter Bedeker
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "Escape Clause" [Episode 1x6]
    • Note: Says this shortly before dying of a heart attack in prison, after rescinding a contract with the Devil.
  • No gag. It's all part of this feeling, this feeling that I shouldn't be here. That none of us should be here. It's as if... [Forbes: As if what?] As if maybe we shouldn't have come back from that flight at all. Maybe somebody...something...made a mistake and let us get through when we shouldn't have.
    • Who: Colonel Ed Harrington
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "And When the Sky Was Opened" [Episode 1x11]
    • Note: Character, an astronaut, references a crash of an experimental spacecraft that he and his crewmates supposedly survived; he vanishes without a trace in a telephone booth after saying this line.
  • Oh, no! Oh, no! I don't want this to happen! Billy, I don't want it to happen! I don't want it to happen! I don't want it to happen!
    • Who: Colonel Clegg Forbes
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "And When the Sky Was Opened" [Episode 1x11]
    • Note: Says this after failing to see his reflection in a mirror, shortly before vanishing in a hospital corridor.
  • Oh my dear God.
    • Who: Major William Gart
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "And When the Sky Was Opened" [Episode 1x11]
    • Note: Says this shortly before he himself, the final member of the crew, disappears.
  • Come on, old man. Tell me — are these what I need?
    • Who: Fred Renard
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "What You Need" [Episode 1x12]
    • Note: Character is referring to a pair of shoes given to him by Pedott, a man who gives people items they need in the future; character is then struck by a hit-and-run driver. Pedott explains that the shoes were what he himself needed, knowing Renard would kill him.
  • No, please. Please, wait. Put the—put the gun down. I'll show you! I'll show you, honest! But I gotta think! I gotta concentrate! Just put the gun down! You will see! I gotta concentra
    • Who: Arch Hammer
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "The Four of Us Are Dying" [Episode 1x13]
    • Note: Character, a shape-shifting con man, says this shortly before being fatally shot by a man mistaking him for his estranged son.
  • You killed Pierson, didn't you, Corey? You killed him. You're demented, Corey. You're out of your mind! You've already killed once! You already—
    • Who: Colonel Donlin
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "I Shot an Arrow into the Air" [Episode 1x15]
    • Note: Says this before being shot by Officer Corey.
  • Nothing lasts forever, thank God.
    • Who: Walter Jameson
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "Long Live Walter Jameson" [Episode 1x24]
    • Note: Character, who was previously immortal, says this as he rapidly ages and dissolves into dust after being shot.
  • Don't—don't be afraid, Sam. I got a strange hunch. If there's anybody out there, they'll help you. As long as they got minds and hearts, that means they've got souls. That means they're people. And people are alike. They're bound to...be alike...
    • Who: Mark Marcusson
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "People Are Alike All Over" [Episode 1x25]
    • Note: Character, an astronaut to Mars, is referring to presumed Martians outside.
  • Central Control! Come in, Central Control! Do you read me? Gresham is dead! Repeat, Gresham is dead! The ship's destroyed! Incredible race of giants here! Race of giants! No, Central Control! No counter-attack! Repeat, no counter-attack! Too much for us! Too powerful! Stay away! Oh...Gresham and I...are finished! Finished! Stay away! Stay away!
    • Who: Invader
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "The Invaders" [Episode 2x15]
    • Note: In the episode's twist ending, the "invader", an American astronaut, is killed as his ship is destroyed by a woman revealed to be a giant.
  • Yes, Chancellor. In the name of God, I will let you out.
    • Who: Romney Wordsworth
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "The Obsolete Man" [Episode 2x65]
    • Note: Says this before letting the Chancellor out of a room he has rigged with a bomb; line is meant to highlight the Chancellor's plea to let him out "in the name of God", despite the Chancellor earlier claiming the State proved that God did not exist.
  • What gun? Ramos, you sound like some—some demented man!
    • Who: D'Allesandro
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "The Mirror" [Episode 3x6]
    • Note: Says this shortly before revolutionary Ramos Clemente, having seen a vision of D'Alessandro in a mysterious mirror, pushes him over a balcony railing to his death.
  • Yes, sir.
    • Who: Garcia
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "The Mirror" [Episode 3x6]
    • Note: Last spoken words before being gunned down off-screen under orders by Ramos Clemente.
  • Yes, general.
    • Who: Tabal
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "The Mirror" [Episode 3x6]
    • Note: Last spoken words before being gunned down off-screen under orders by Ramos Clemente.
  • Now you will be all alone. Alone and afraid. You will be very lonely. But you have just killed a better man, Ramos.
    • Who: Cristo
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "The Mirror" [Episode 3x6]
    • Note: Says this after being shot in the back by Ramos Clemente.
  • Father, I can't stand it. I can't live like this. I'm frightened from morning till night, from night till morning. I hold my breath and I keep looking and part of me sees something... I want to know why I have so many enemies.
    • Who Ramos Clemente
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "The Mirror" [Episode 3x6]
    • Note: Character discusses his paranoia with a priest shortly before shooting himself.
  • Don't you understand? I'm the god! I'm the god! Don't you understand?! The god!!
    • Who: Peter Craig
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "The Little People" [Episode 3x28]
    • Note: Says this before he is accidentally crushed by giant astronauts, while visiting a planet of microbe-sized people.
  • And now, you're all very rich. Now you own everything that I have owned. You've kept your bargain, you wore the masks. Enjoy yourselves, dear ones. Live the full life. May God pity you.
    • Who: Jason Foster
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "The Masks" [Episode 5x25]
    • Note: Says this before dying of old age, after forcing his greedy relatives to wear enchanted masks.
  • It's important to get with the majority, isn't it? That's—that's a big thing nowadays, isn't it, Reverend?
    • Who: Jagger
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "I Am the Night—Color Me Black" [Episode 5x26]
    • Note: Asks this question before he is hanged for a murder he didn't commit.
  • I've got a box full of decorations over there. Decorations! First you're an ape, and now all of a sudden you're some kind of highly cultured people. I've been pushed and pulled this way and that way until I hate everybody! You dirty little Jap!
    • Who: Fenton
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "The Encounter" [Episode 5x31]
    • Note: Says this before accidentally falling on a samurai sword in an attic.
  • Banzai!
    • Who: Arthur Takamori
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "The Encounter" [Episode 5x151]
    • Note: Says this as he jumps out of an attic window with the samurai sword, presumably to his death.

1985 seriesEdit

  • Yeah. Well, take care of me, will you?
    • Who: Peter Jay Novins
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "Shatterday" [Episode 1x1a]
    • Note: Says this to a doppelganger of himself, shortly before vanishing.
  • Ready.
    • Who: Richard "Dickie" Jordan
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "Examination Day" [Episode 1x6a]
    • Note: Says this before taking an intelligence examination in a dystopic future; character scores so well that the state considers him too smart, choosing to liquidate him.
  • I was just trying out a—
    • Who: Billy Diamond
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "Take My Life...Please!" [Episode 1x22a]
    • Note: Character, a stand-up comedian being carjacked, tries to excuse his plagiarism of a routine; character crashes his car during the encounter, causing him to land in a version of Hell resembling a nightclub.
  • Toby? Toby, what are you—
    • Who: Mary Ross
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "The Toys of Caliban" [Episode 2x29]
    • Note: Says this before Toby, a mentally challenged boy with psychic abilities, telepathically removes her heart from her chest.
  • I love you, my good boy.
    • Who: Ernest Ross
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "The Toys of Caliban" [Episode 2x29]
    • Note: Says this as he shows Toby a picture of fire in a book, intending to have Toby incinerate them both.
  • Bring!
    • Who: Toby Ross
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "The Toys of Caliban" [Episode 2x29]
    • Note: Says this as he sees a picture of fire in a book Ernest shows him, setting his home ablaze with both inside.
  • Bri—oh my. Brian?
    • Who: Linda Wolfe
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "The Card" [Episode 2x32a]
    • Note: Character is calling for her husband, who disappears after she fails to pay fees for her omnipotent credit card; says this before cutting up the card, causing her house—and herself—to disappear.
  • They're together, running free, in a place where you...no one...can hurt them again.
    • Who: Hokey
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "Song of the Younger World" [Episode 2x35a]
    • Note: Character refers to two lovers to reunite in a "better world", away from the clutches of the girl's father; character succumbs to a gunshot wound caused by the father.
  • Who's there? Who's there?
    • Who: Dr. Klein
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "The Hunters" [Episode 3x4]
    • Note: Says this before being killed by primitive hunters, having seemingly come to life from cave paintings.
  • I'm ready.
    • Who: Marilyn Cross
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "The Cold Equations" [Episode 3x16]
    • Note: Says this before allowing herself to be jettisoned into space.
  • I'm so cold...
    • Who: Trent
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "Rendezvous in a Dark Place" [Episode 3x26]
    • Note: Says this before being taken away by the personification of Death.

2002 seriesEdit

  • Mommy, Daddy, please don't let them do this to me!
    • Who: Jenna Winslow
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "Evergreen" [Episode 1x1]
    • Note: Said before she is sent away to become tree fertilizer by her parents.
  • It felt good. It felt real good.
    • Who: Dr. Jay Ferguson
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "One Night at Mercy" [Episode 1x2]
    • Note: Said to Death when asked how it felt to save a life, before being lead away into the afterlife.
  • Is this really necessary? Fine. I loved you.
    • Who: Andrew Lomax
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "Dream Lover" [Episode 1x4]
    • Note: Said before being erased out of existance by his creator, Sondra Lomax.
  • Oh God forgive me.
    • Who: Andrea Collins
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "Cradle of Darkness" [Episode 1x5]
    • Note: Said before jumping into a river with an infant Adolf Hitler in an attempt to change future history.
  • That bus, it was life. I should have gotten on.
    • Who: Melina Croner
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "Night Route" [Episode 1x6]
    • Note: Said before fading into non-existance, after refusing to enter a bus that would have enabled her to survive being struck by a car.
  • Look, Becca, I want us to be together. And-and whatever you decide, I still want you to know I'm still leaving Laurel. I'm just tired. I'm tired of checking her in and out of rehab. You know, if she wasn't so delusional, he would have realized it was over—
    • Who: Nick Janus
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "Dead Man's Eyes" [Episode 1x8]
    • Note: Said before being bludgeoned to death by his alcoholic wife, Laurel Janus.
  • I don't know. It's hot out here, isn't it?
    • Who: George
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "It's Still a Good Life" [Episode 1x31]
    • Note: Said to the now-grown Anthony Fremont, who then telepathically sets George on fire.
  • But Anthony, we're your friends!
    • Who: Joe
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "It's Still a Good Life" [Episode 1x31]
    • Note: Said shortly before being wished to the cornfield by Anthony's daughter, Audrey.
  • Oh, my God.
    • Who: Cynthia
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "It's Still a Good Life" [Episode 1x31]
    • Note: Said shortly before character, along with the rest of Peaksville, Ohio, is wished to the cornfield by Audrey.
  • No! No!
    • Who: Agnes Fremont
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "It's Still a Good Life" [Episode 1x31]
    • Note: Said as she is wished into the cornfield by her granddaughter, Audrey.
  • No!
    • Who: Ted Saicheck
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "How Much Do You Love Your Kid?" [Episode 1x34]
    • Note: Said right before he is shot by his wife, Donna.
  • That's right. Not yet.
    • Who: Grady Finch
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "The Executions of Grady Finch" [Episode 1x41]
    • Note: Character, a former death row prisoner, references his previous evasions from death; says this shortly before being crushed to death by a statue of Nemesis, the Greek goddess of vengeance.
  • Please don't kill me! Please don't! Please don't!
    • Who: Amber
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "Sunrise" [Episode 1x43]
    • Note: Says this before being sacrificed by her friends to an Aztec god, in the hopes that doing so will bring back the sun.
  • I'm sorry...I'm sorry...I'm sorry...I'm sorry...
    • Who: Scott Crane
    • Source: The Twilight Zone episode "Burned" [Episode 1x44]
    • Note: Says this after he is trapped by the ghosts of two children killed in an arson he arranged.
Last modified on 2 September 2013, at 22:24