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  • Artwork
    • The Academy
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Academy)
    • Alana in Repose
        • Oil on canvas painting by artist Claude Perriot from 1885, 1 of 6 that he painted of her. (Season 4 episode The Wrath of Graham)
    • Attempted Birdhouse One
        • One of Homer's art pieces on display at his solo show Homer's Odyssey. (Season 10 episode Mom and Pop Art)
    • Bad Pawnee, Good Pawnee
        • Mural at City Hall. All the terrible things that have happened in this town's history are on one side, and on the other side are all the good things that have happened. (Season 4 episode The Trial of Leslie Knope)
    • Bald Adonis
        • Marge's painting of Homer in his underwear that wins first place at the Springfield Art Fair. (Season 2 episode Brush With Greatness)
    • The Bare Body of Justice
        • Artwork a young artist paints of Christine. (Season 8 episode Jail Bait)
    • Berkeley Collection of Grafitti Wallpaper
        • Jerry Rubin stars in a commercial for The Berkeley Collection of Graffiti Wallpaper. (Paul Simon - October 18, 1975)
    • Big Surprise
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Big Surprise)
    • Botched Hibachi
        • One of Homer's art pieces on display at his solo show Homer's Odyssey. (Season 10 episode Mom and Pop Art)
    • The Boy Who Predicted Earthquakes
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Boy Who Predicted Earthquakes)
    • Boy with Apple
        • The painting by Johannes van Hoytl that Madame Desgoffe bequeaths to Gustave - "Hoytl's portrayal of a beautiful boy on the cusp of manhood. Blond, smooth. Skin as white as that milk."
    • Brenda
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Brenda)
    • Bruno Venini
        • Glass sculptor and founder of Venini Glassworks - the guy that made the sword with glass handle.
    • Camera Obscura
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Camera Obscura)
    • The Caterpillar
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Caterpillar)
    • The Cemetery
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Cemetery)
    • Certain Shadows on the Wall
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Certain Shadows on the Wall)
    • Charles' Treasure
        • Painting of Maddie found at the scene of a dead artist. (Season 2 episode Portrait of Maddie)
    • Christopher Dactalos
        • Artist played by Michael Shanks (Season 2 episode All that Glitters…)
    • Class of '99
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Class of '99)
    • Clean Kills and Other Trophies
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Clean Kills and Other Trophies)
    • Cool Air
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Cool Air)
    • The Courtship of Kier and Imogene
        • Painting that Burt shows Irving. (Season 1 episode The Grim Barbarity of Optics and Design)
    • The Dark Boy
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Dark Boy)
    • Daughter
        • A painting that Data made thirty years previous, of a female figure resembling the synthetic being known as Dahj. (Season 1 episode Remembrance)
    • The Dead Man
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Dead Man)
    • Dead Weight
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Dead Weight)
    • The Dear Departed
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Dear Departed)
    • A Death in the Family
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode A Death in the Family)
    • Death on a Barge
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Death on a Barge)
    • Defeat of the hive
        • Painting of Agent High T and Agent H defeating the Hive with nothing but their wits and their Series 7 De-Atomizers, hanging in High T's office.
    • Deliveries in the Rear
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Deliveries in the Rear)
    • Destruction of Art
        • Painting Belinda is working on when the guys show up to check out the loft.
    • The Devil and Homer Simpson
        • The name of the painting that Bart shows to introduce the episode, a la Rod Serling in Night Gallery. (Season 5 episode Treehouse of Horror IV - Segment The Devil and Homer Simpson)
    • The Devil is Not Mocked
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Devil is Not Mocked)
    • The Diary
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Diary)
    • Die Now, Pay Later
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Die Now, Pay Later)
    • The Different Ones
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Different Ones)
    • The Doll of Death
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Doll of Death)
    • Dr. Stringfellow's Rejuvenator
        • Stringfellow's Rejuvenator. For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Dr)
    • The Dry Wit of the Sandwich Maker
        • Painting by artist Mike Shaw (Season 10 episode Daphne Does Dinner)
    • Elegy in Green
        • Painting Frasier buys, which he thinks was painted by artist Martha Paxton.
    • The Escape Route
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery.
    • Eyes
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Eyes)
    • Failed Shelving Unit with Stupid, Stuck Chainsaw and Applesauce
        • One of Homer's art pieces on display at his solo show Homer's Odyssey. (Season 10 episode Mom and Pop Art)
    • A Fear of Spiders
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode A Fear of Spiders)
    • A Feast of Blood
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode A Feast of Blood)
    • Finnegan's Flight
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Finnegan's Flight)
    • The Flip Side of Satan
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Flip Side of Satan)
    • A Fractured Inheritance
        • Tahani's sister Kamilah's art piece. According to Tahani, it should have been titled, Buried hatchet. (Season 3 episode A Fractured Inheritance)
    • Fright Night
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Fright Night)
    • The Funeral
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Funeral)
    • The Ghost of Sorworth Place
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Ghost of Sorworth Place)
    • Ghoul Preparing to Dine
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Pickman's Model)
    • The Girl with the Hungry Eyes
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Girl with the Hungry Eyes)
    • Gladys
        • Work of art that Phoebe made, with a woman coming out of the frame. Legend has it that she comes alive when you're asleep. She climbs out of the frame, and then drags her half-a-body across the floor, just looking for legs to steal. And then with her one good hand, she slowly reaches up and turns your doorknob… (Season 10 episode The One With Ross' Grant)
    • Glynnis
        • Work of art that Phoebe makes, with a woman coming out of the frame, when Monica and Rachel fight over who keeps Gladys, the first work of art that Phoebe made with a woman coming out of the frame. (Season 10 episode The One With Ross' Grant)
    • Green Fingers
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Green Fingers)
    • The Grim Barbarity of Optics and Design
        • While visiting O&D, Dylan finds a painting depicting MDR employees massacring O&D employees called The Grim Barbarity of Optics and Design. (Season 1 episode The Grim Barbarity of Optics and Design)
    • Grog Uses Rock to Beat Og's Brains In
        • Painting in the Accounting office depicting the event that transpired immediately after the first ever act of human altruism. Grog lost a million points that day. (Season 3 episode Janets)
    • Guardian of the Three Provinces
        • Statue cast by the Emperor's personal goldsmith that Maive and her new companions, the Imperial Chinese envoy, give to His Eminence, the Shogun as part o their plan to rescue Sakura. (Season 2 episode Akane No Mai)
    • The Hand of Bogus Weems
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Hand of Bogus Weems)
    • Hatred Unto Death
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Hatred Unto Death)
    • Hell's Bells
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Hells Bells)
    • Help Me Morty and Summer
        • Title of the artwork that Tiny Rick draws in high school, his teen angst calling out to Morty and Summer for help. (Season 2 episode 7 Big Trouble In Little Sanchez)
    • Heroism in the Face of the Modern World and All of Its Very Many Hardships
        • Rabbit sculpture in the Unisphere Office Management building that Cassie accidentally knocks over and breaks when she rushes out. (Season 1 episode Rabbits)
    • Holy Smokes
        • Theoretical work of art Jake comes up with - statue of Jesus made of cigarette butts (Season 3 episode Boyle's Hunch)
    • House - with Ghost
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode House - With Ghost)
    • The House
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The House)
    • The Housekeeper
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Housekeeper)
    • How to Cure the Common Vampire
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode How to Cure the Common Vampire)
    • I'll Never Leave You - Ever
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode I'll Never Leave You - Ever)
    • Jacob's Dog
        • Painting by Thomas Hannsz hanging in the cabin on the island.
    • Keep in Touch - We'll Think of Something
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Keep in Touch - We'll Think of Something)
    • The Kramer
        • Jerry's new girlfriend Nina paints Kramer, which an old rich couple buys for five thousand dollars. (Season 3 episode The Letter)
    • The Last Laurel
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Last Laurel)
    • Last Rites for a Dead Druid
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Last Rites for a Dead Druid)
    • The Late Mr. Peddington
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Late Mr. Peddington)
    • Lindemann's Catch
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Lindemann's Catch)
    • The Little Black Bag
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Little Black Bag)
    • Little Girl Lost
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Little Girl Lost)
    • Logoda's Heads
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Logoda's Heads)
    • Lone Survivor
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Lone Survivor)
    • The Macro Data Refinement Calamity
        • When Irving decides to go visit Burt, Mark has him print a second copy of the directions to O&D, at which point the copier prints out a painting of O&D employees viciously massacring MDR employees called The Macro Data Refinement Calamity. (Season 1 episode The Grim Barbarity of Optics and Design)
    • Make Me Laugh
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Make Me Laugh)
    • Marmalade Wine
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Marmalade Wine)
    • Master and Concubines
        • A Japanese painting at the art show Walter takes Nadia to.
    • A Matter of Semantics
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode A Matter of Semantics)
    • The Merciful
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Merciful)
    • Messiah on Mott Street
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Messiah on Mott Street)
    • Michelangelo's Two Muscular Guys Touching Fingers
        • The name of a famous painting according to Sam (Season 2 episode 7 Old Flames)
    • Midnight Never Ends
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Midnight Never Ends)
    • A Midnight Visit to the Neighborhood Blood Bank
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode A Midnight Visit to the Neighborhood Blood Bank)
    • The Miracle at Camafeo
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Miracle at Camafeo)
    • Miss Lovecraft Sent Me
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Miss Lovecraft Sent Me)
    • My Wife's Favorite Finger
        • Sculpture Barry works on for Müeller for the Martin Müeller Museum Of Modern Art.
    • The Nature of the Enemy
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Nature of the Enemy)
    • New Freedom
        • Mural featured in the Lothal City Capitol Building on the back wall of the Senate Chamber, depicting the rounded, white towers of Capital City, as well as Lothal's major industries of the past, namely fisheries and agricultural operations. (Season 1 episode Visions of Hope)
    • No Brains Dumb Dumb Land
        • Wolf creates a painting of his own in order to convince the residents of Haven that while they think they're in Heaven, they're really in Hell. (Season 3 episode The Land After Time)
    • Number Seven
        • Frasier's anniversary gift to Lilith, a painting of two dogs commingling that represents man's struggle against intransigent fate (Season 6 episode 21 Our Hourly Bread)
    • Og Gives His Rock to Grog
        • Painting in the Accounting office depicting the first ever act of human altruism. Og earned 10,000 points that day. (Season 3 episode Janets)
    • The Other Way Out
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Other Way Out)
    • The Painted Mirror
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Painted Mirror)
    • Pamela's Voice
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Pamela's Voice)
    • The Persistence of Conception: A Reverie
        • Tahani's sister Kamilah's art display at a Budapest museum. (Season 3 episode A Fractured Inheritance)
    • The Phantom Farmhouse
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Phantom Farmhouse)
    • Pickman's Model
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Pickman's Model)
    • Pissy Wisconsin Jerk
        • Joke Lisa makes about Dave... Dave: "I turn my back and you start to badmouth me." Lisa: "All right, I can't be around you when you're like this." Dave: "What, I don't remind you of a Norman Rockwell painting anymore?" Lisa: "No, I don't think he painted one called "Pissy Wisconsin Jerk." (Season 2 episode Bitch Session)
    • The Pride of Phoenix
        • Life size statue of Alice Cooper made out of cigarette butts outside City Hall in Phoenix, Arizona. (Season 4 episode The Girl from Arizona, Part 1)
    • Professor Peabody's Last Lecture
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Professor Peabody's Last Lecture)
    • A Question of Fear
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode A Question of Fear)
    • Quoth the Raven
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Quoth the Raven)
    • Rabbit in a Snowstorm
        • Painting from various episodes. Wilson Fisk purchases the painting and hangs it in his bedroom, so it's the last thing he sees each day, as it reminds him of his childhood, when his father forced him to stare at the wall.. (Season 1 episode Rabbit in a Snowstorm) Wilson Fisk attempts to retrieve the painting from its original owner (Season 3 episode Reunion) Dex returns the painting to Wilson's hotel suite. (Season 3 episode One Last Shot)
    • Rare Objects
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Rare Objects)
    • Resolution: Selected Works by Leena Fortier
        • Leena's art is displayed at the Henry Gallery as Resolution: Selected works by Leena Fortier.
    • The Return of the Sorcerer
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Return of the Sorcerer)
    • The Ring with the Red Velvet Ropes
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Ring with the Red Velvet Ropes)
    • Room for One Less
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Room for One Less)
    • Room with a View
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Room with a View)
    • Satisfaction Guaranteed
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Satisfaction Guaranteed)
    • The School Bus
        • The name of the painting that Bart shows to introduce the episode, a la Rod Serling in Night Gallery. (Season 5 episode Treehouse of Horror IV - Segment Terror at 5 1/2 Feet)
    • She'll Be Company for You
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode She'll Be Company For You)
    • Silent Snow, Secret Show
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Silent Snow, Secret Show)
    • Since Aunt Ada Came to Stay
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Since Aunt Ada Came to Stay)
    • The Sins of the Fathers
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Sins of the Fathers)
    • Smile, Please
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Smile, Please)
    • Something in the Woodwork
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Something in the Woodwork)
    • Spectre in Tap Shoes
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Spectre in Tap Shoes)
    • The Spirit of Pawnee (mural)
        • The Spirit of Pawnee is the name of a mural that gets defaced on a regular basis, featuring a train also called The Spirit of Pawnee. Eventually, the name is changed to The Diversity Express. (Season 2 episode The Camel)
    • Spirit Painting
        • A type of artwork created by Delvians for recreation. The painting captures the true spirit of a being. (Season 1 episode Exodus from Genesis)
    • St. George and the Dragon
        • So, Andre! The king wants to know how you're coming with "St. George and the Dragon". (Andre's painting a picture of a king and a wagon)
    • Stinkbutt
        • Free expression mural that Joe and Beth paint in the building atrium that consists of a dead cat and the word Stinkbutt (Season 5 episode Stinkbutt)
    • Stop Killing Me
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Stop Killing Me)
    • Tell David...
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Tell David...)
    • There Aren't Any More MacBanes
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode There Aren't Any More MacBanes)
    • They're Tearing Down Tim Riley's Bar
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode They're Tearing Down Tim Riley's Bar)
    • Two Blindfolded Dental Hygienists Trying to Make a Circle on an Etch a Sketch
        • A fake painting by Salvador Dali Steven mentions on I have a pony.
    • View from an Artist's Window
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Pickman's Model)
    • The Waiting Room
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode The Waiting Room)
    • Whisper
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Whisper)
    • Witches' Feast
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode Witches Feast)
    • With Apologies to Mr. Hyde
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode With Apologies to Mr. Hyde)
    • WPa Federal Art Project
        • Mural Brian researches to save Shauna's rent controlled apartment building (Season 1 episode The Legend of Marco Ramos)
    • You Can Come Up Now, Mrs. Millikan
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode You Can Come Up Now, Mrs. Millikan)
    • You Can't Get Help Like that Anymore
        • For every story Rod Serling introduced in Night Gallery there was an accompanying painting. That was the theme of Night Gallery. (Episode You Can't Get Help Like That Anymore)
    • The Youthful Convalescence of Kier
        • Painting that Irving admires. (Season 1 episode The You You Are)

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