Sign in. Watch now. A terrifying science-fiction TV program grips Rob while Laura cowers under her bed covers, trying in vain to ignore the show and its blood-chilling music. When the show ends, Rob further tortures Laura by acting out the tale of Kolak, a visitor from the planet Twilo who resembles Danny Thomas and deploys walnuts to destroy Earth's technological capacity by excising all Earthlings' thumbs and imaginations. Rob awakes in the morning to a living room strewn with walnuts and an eerily calm Laura preparing scrambled walnuts for Rob's breakfast. Is Rob dreaming, is Laura having her revenge, or is the valiant comedy writer the only one who can save the planet from descending into the pit of man's fears?
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The Dick Van Dyke Show: It May Look Like a Walnut
Dick Van Dyke with dark hair, old school. Ohhh profound. Or wait, is it?
I saw that walnut episode when I was only 5 years old. I guess kindergarten must've been half-days, cause I remember coming home and watching the Dick Van Dyke show in the afternoon. When the walnuts starting showing up in strange places, I laughed. It was all rather silly and cute.