Its Roger's birthday and Jeannie decides to grant him what he's always wanted, a wish. Unfortunately, instead of wishing for something extravagant like a new car or lots of money, he mistakenly blurts out that he wishes that he could change places with Tony, who will be going into space the next day. Now Jeannie and Tony must try to find Roger before he takes Tony's place on the mission.
Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>
Did You Know?
Although the series often referred to authentic, real-life NASA programs and bases (such as the Mercury program and Nellis Air Force Base), the Trailblazer program that is to send Tony into space did not exist. More than 30 years later, NASA did have a Trailblazer mission - but it was to test payloads (cargo) and never carried humans. See more
Near the end, when Gen. Peterson and Dr. Bellows arrive at his office, the nameplate says Maj. Healy. But the credits always spell it Healey. (This is common throughout the series; the prop department often spelled it Healy despite the spelling of Healey in every credit of every show..) See more