My all-time fav "Suspense" episode is "Beware the Quiet Man." I absolutely love the tension in this episode and the way we sympathize with Margie's anxiety although we know she is deceiving her husband Arthur. One thing that sticks out is the ending: "No buts -- if you pardon me, Mr. Lem Clewson, I'm going home and start his supper." Is this ending too politically incorrect for the modern era? Or is it OK?
I think Ann Southern did a terrific job as Margie! We root for her all the way through despite her faults.
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