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  • The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street             Theme: "Don't jump to conclusions"
  • He always was on oddball.
  • What is this a gag or something.
  • This is exactly what this all is some sort of madness!!!
  • This is all some sort of madness!!!
  • You ain't exactly above suspicion yourself Steve!!!
  • Its the monster, its the monster!!!
  • In "The Monsters are Due on Maple Street" by Rod Serling, one of the main themes is "Don't jump to conclusions". Charlie was immediately jumping to conclusions without full evidence and proof.  First, Charlie blamed Les Goodman because his car started all of a sudden. Then, Charlie accused Steve because Steve thought that what they were doing was all some sort of madness. Finally, when there was a dark figure walking toward's them and Tommy yelled "It's the monster" and then Charlie shot the figure, but then he realized that the so called monster was Pete Van Horne. This shows that "they pick the most dangerous enemy they can find and it's themselves"  as stated by Figure One. People will destroy themselves because of their suspicion and fear. This shows that people will jump to conclusions without full evidence and proof, because at first Charlie pointed the finger at Les Goodman because his car started up mysteriously all by itself. Then, Charlie pointed the finger at Steve because Steve thought that what they were doing was all some sort of madness. Finally, things got so bad that Charlie killed one of his neighbors. People will destroy themselves because their suspicion and fear gets in the way of their pride and self esteem. This shows to always wait until you have the full evidence and proof. This is why the aliens were not the real monster, but it was the people who were their own monsters. "They pick the most dangerous enemy they can find and it's themselves" as stated by Figure One. They kept destroying other peoples home's because the lights kept turning on and off, so they kept pointing the finger at random people and blaming their closest friends and neighbors and eventually killing each other.  This is why you don't ever jump to conclusions.
  • Evidence 1:  In this scene it is Charlie and Less Goodman. Charlie is accusing Less Goodman that he is the monster. After Les Goodman's car starts he is accused. On Maple Street they are standing in the middle of the road. 
  • Evidence 2: In this scene it is Charlie and Steve. Charlie is now accusing Steve that he is the monster. After Steve tells Mrs. Goodman that "This is all some sort of madness" Then he is accused. They are on Maple Street standing in the middle of the road.
  • Evidence 3: In this scene it is Charlie and Peter Van Horne. Charlie saw a dark figure walking to where they were standing and Tommy shouts "It's the monster" and then Charlie shoots him. After Tommy yells "It's the monster". On Maple Street in the middle of the road. 
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