After Tony accepts job in the private sector, Tony and Jeannie check up on his future and find it very successful. Fooling Tony into thinking things will be horrible, he still takes the job because he feels that the aerospace industry needs him.

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Tony considers accepting a job in the private sector in Ohio. Jeannie and Roger then use a magical stereopticon device to see how Tony's life would be if he accepted. It appears that Tony would have been very happy in his luxurious office with two gorgeous secretaries. However, both Jeannie and Roger think that secretly he would be miserable because he would no longer be an astronaut. Jeannie then shows Tony a very different future where his office is located in a sub-basement with two very ugly and cranky secretaries, and that his life would be a disaster. However, it backfires when he thinks that his taking the job would help the company get on its feet. Jeannie then takes very drastic measures to ensure that Tony doesn't accept the position. Written by Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>

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6 February 1967 (USA)  »

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In the episode, Jeannie uses a future telling machine to see how Tony's life would turn out if he quit the space program and took a civilian job. The interior set used for Tony's office is the set used for Darrin Stephens' office in Bewitched (1964). See more »

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