An elderly couple, John and Marie Holt, plan to transfer their minds into younger bodies, but they can only afford one procedure.
- Bittersweet Ending: John decides against getting a younger body, instead preferring to be there for his wife Marie and live out the remainder of their lives instead.
- Happily Married: John and Marie have been married for 50 years and remain very much in love and completely dedicated to each other. They wish to have 100 more years together by transferring their minds into new, younger bodies. However, they only have enough money for one of them to do so. As John is in near constant pain, Marie convinces him to go ahead with the transformation. When he does so, however, John can't bear the thought of Marie still being old when he is young and strong. He has the process reversed so that he and Marie can spend the rest of their lives together. John tells her that she is worth the pain.
- MayDecember Romance: Defied. John, at Marie's insistence, gets the procedure done and comes out a young man. However, when he sees Marie still old, he decides it's not worth it and changes back.
- Professional Gambler: In the hope of winning enough money to afford a second procedure, John takes part in a high stakes poker game run by the professional gambler Mr. Farraday. He loses most of his money over several hands. Farraday is moved when he learns why John is playing and by the fact that he is desperate to have the procedure done due to the terrible pain that he is experiencing. John has three kings and hopes to win back the $5,000 that he lost. Although Farraday has three aces, he takes sympathy and allows John to win.
- Video Phone: The New Life Corporation receptionist tells Mr. Vance that there is a call for him on the video phone.