Robert Gaines lands his spacecraft safely back on Earth. He notice several differences in the world, and decides he is instead in a parallel universe. He runs back to his capsule, and suddenly is ready for another landing. He tells General Eaton and Colonel Connacher his story, and says that in this other world he was a Colonel. They don't believe his story but soon change their minds when an officer enters the room and tells them he had picked up an unidentified spacecraft on radar for just a few seconds, and their radio message was from a Colonel Robert Gaines. ..Read the full recap
Paul Comi is also in "People Are Alike All Over" and "The Odyssey of Flight 33."
Philip Abbott was also in "Long Distance Call."
Narrator: In the vernacular of space, this is T-minus one hour, sixty minutes before a human being named Major Robert Gaines is lifted off from Mother Earth and rocketed into the sky, farther and longer than any man ahead of him. Call this one of the first faltering steps of man to sever the umbilical chord of gravity and stretch out a fingertip toward an unknown. In a moment well join this astronaut named Gaines and embark on an adventure, because the environs overhead - the stars, the sky, the infinite space - are all part of a vast question mark known as the Twilight Zone.
Narrator: Major Robert Gaines, a latter-day voyager just returned from an adventure. Submitted to you without any recommendations as to belief or disbelief. You can accept or reject; you pays your money and you takes your choice. But credulous or incredulous, don't bother to ask anyone for proof that it could happen. The obligation is a reverse challenge: prove that it couldn't. This happens to be... The Twilight Zone.