In a future society, Mitchell Chaplin is sentenced for the crime of emotional coldness. He is taken to a shadowy chamber where the sentence is passed. A faceless voice informs Chaplin that he is sentenced to one year of invisibility. Chaplin is unimpressed as the trial is adjourned. The guards press a device to his head and burn a raised imprint on his forehead. They then walk away, ignoring Chaplin and everything he says. Chaplin insists that he can do a year standing on his head...Read the full recap
Narrator: It's a world much like our own, yet much unlike it. A twisted mirror of reality, in which a man can find himself cast out, made invisible by public acclamation, belonging no longer to society, but only to the gray reaches of the Twilight Zone.
Narrator: A small footnote found in the court records of some parallel world. The name of Mitchell Chaplin, who served his sentence of invisibility and learned his lesson well. Too well. This time, however, he will wear his invisibility like a shield of glory. A shield forged in the very heart of the Twilight Zone.