This isn't the first time I've fudged this series from "Movies" to "TV" and I doubt it will be the last but seeing as how each episode of The Twilight Zone is basically its own short film this will hardly be the most egregious example of me bending my own rules. Anyway...
... who can blame me for wanting to give some love to the classic 1959 episode "Time Enough at Last" starring Burgess Meredith as the world's saddest far-sighted bibliophile. If you don't know the story I won't spoil its twist here here but you probably know the story since it's arguably the most famous of the Twilight Zone stories, give or take an airplane gremlin menacing William Shatner.
That said -- whom among us didn't feel his last second elation at stumbling upon this post-apocalyptic wonderland of strangely un-incinerated volumes? (Seriously, why did those books not burn up? How peculiar. Eerie, even.) Do you think you'd be okay with being the last man on Earth if you had plenty to read? Or would you go nutso even before, well, you know...?