Leaping out of the recliner, he looked wildly around the dark room.
Where am I? How did I get here?
Hunting for the ship’s control panels — they should be — there — he swung left to right and searched his mind for the moment’s handle.
Calm fell into place, followed by recognition that he was in his den. He’d fallen asleep watching television, but had set it to time off after an hour.
Relief swept him. Trudging down the hall to go to bed, he muttered, “Unstuck in time, Mister Vonnegut? More like unmoored in reality.”