Twilight Zone Live, now in its sixth season at the Dark Room, isn't exactly a tribute to Rod Serling's landmark TV series from the '50s and '60s. It's more like an extended riff on themes only suggested by the show's original scripts. Each weekend is different, featuring a revolving crew of actors who reimagine well-loved episodes by adding a lot more sex (and at least one more giant dildo) than would've made it past Serling's censors. A recent weekend featured "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet" (about a mentally unstable man who thinks he sees a gremlin on the wing of an airplane) and "I Sing the Body Electric" (about a grieving father who pays for a custom-designed robot to care for his children). "Nightmare" would seem to be the easier target — the original episode featured William Shatner at his scene-chewing best — but the live version didn't have as much anarchic fun as you'd expect, given the campiness of its source material. "Electric," on the other hand, played more freely with its premise, transforming the TV show's benign robot into an outlandish hybrid of Barbarella and the Terminator. Not sure it's worth $20, but it definitely delivered a few explosive laughs.