Oliver Pope is driving home on a rainy day. Distracted by concerns about work, he hits a paperboy on his bicycle. Oliver gets out of the car and glances at his victim, and then goes back to his car and drives off as a woman sees him from a distant and calls to him to stop...Read the full recap
Narrator: Portrait of a nervous man: Oliver Pope by name, office manager by profession. A man beset by life's problems: his job, his salary, the competition to get ahead. Obviously, Mr. Pope's mind is not on his driving... Oliver Pope, businessman-turned-killer on a rain-soaked street in the early evening of just another day during just another drive home from the office. The victim, a kid on a bicycle, lying injured, near death. But Mr. Pope hasn't time for the victim, his only concern is for himself. Oliver Pope, hit-and-run driver, just arrived at a crossroad in his life, and he's chosen the wrong turn. The hit occurred in the world he knows, but the run will lead him straight into--the Twilight Zone.
Narrator: All persons attempting to conceal criminal acts involving their cars are hereby warned: check first to see that underneath that chrome there does not lie a conscience, especially if you're driving a rain-soaked highway in the Twilight Zone.