One of the most unforgettable anti-heroes from the “decade of bad taste” plays a kind of unconvincing Alfred Hitchcock as he introduces “his” worst nightmares to our very living rooms…or computers nowadays. The show’s episodes were around an hour and, most of the time, featured a two-tier story. After an introduction by Kruger, for example, you might see a degenerate son fear the arrival of his father who’s just escaped from prison, then after a subtle bridge narration, that very son could be father himself who unknowingly adopts a child from hell…literally. Several fictional characters made more than one appearance throughout the life of the program. This show also opened the door for several “unknown-at-the-time” actors and actresses, like Brad Pitt.