I Dream of Jeannie

1965, TV Show

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May 26, 1970 Season 5 Episode 26 watch on (Paid)

Tony's Texas cousin, Arvel, is a con man. Roger knows it because the cowboy cousin just sold him a phony sapphire ring. Jeannie doesn't know it, but she is craftily led into assisting Arvel market "Cousin Tony's Texas Chili" with a picture...

My Master, The Swinging Bachelor

Apr 30, 1967 Season 2 Episode 31

When Dr. Bellows invites himself and his wife to dine at Tony's, Roger and Tony know it's a trap. Tony asks Roger to bring a date too and tells Jeannie he's hired a sweet old lady to prepare the meal. Tony tries to get Jeannie out of the house but she hides in a teacup. Jeannie sees Kathryn, Tony's date, preparing a delicious Italian meal and is furious. Jeannie blinks and the meal becomes inedible. When she collapses the soufflé, Tony tells the invisible Jeannie in the kitchen that she's none too far. Dr. Bellows hears Tony apparently talking to the stove and decides to investigate. To make amends, Jeannie produces a delicious cake. Mrs. Bellows demands the recipe but Tony refuses on the ground it's an old family secret. She takes some cake home. After everyone except Tony eats the cake, they all revert to childhood. The next day, Mr. Fakeling of the National Food Bureau reports that the cake Mrs. Bellows brought to be analyzed contains an ingredient similar to a drug that restores youth. At home, trying to visualize Tony as a little boy, Jeannie blinks him into a Buster Brown outfit, just as Dr. Bellows and Fakeling arrive. Fakeling makes an enormous offer for the secret ingredient, but Tony maintains it got into the cake at the lab. Tony orders Jeannie, who never follows a recipe, to duplicate the cake. She produces one that resembles the first one, but Tony tastes it, and becomes a bearded old man. Jeannie pops out to look for her cook book.
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The Mod Party

Apr 24, 1967 Season 2 Episode 30

Roger invites Tony and Jeannie to a mod party for some old school chums. In a store to get mod outfits for them, Jeannie causes confusion as she changes the clothes to suit her own tastes. Then Captain Yardley reminds Tony and Roger they are expected at Dr. Bellows' annual meeting. Remembering that Bellows felt they needed more outdoor exercise, Tony tells him they are leaving on a hunting trip. Dr. Bellows accepts this, but his wife overhears that Jeannie and Tony will be at Roger's that night. She insists that her husband cut short his meeting so they can go to Roger's party, too. Roger's pals arrive and the party starts to swing. When the Bellows enter, Tony desperately begs Jeannie to produce hunting clothes. She blinks Tony and Roger into Roman togas, carrying bows and arrows. Tony explains that Roger loaned his apartment to some friends for a party. He adds that he and Roger belong to the Ancient Hunters Bow and Arrow Club but can't leave because their car broke down. Bellows drives them to a campsite in a swamp. He returns to find his wife dancing the Frug and psychoanalyzing all the guests. Taking refuge from a storm in a Roman tent, Tony and Roger think of all the fun they're missing but know they can't go back without some game. In answer, a tiny deer walks in. Leading it on a leash, they rejoin the swingers.
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The Birds and Bees Bit

Apr 10, 1967 Season 2 Episode 29

From a book, Tony learns that genies lose their powers if they marry mortals. He immediately proposes to Jeannie. Roger tells Tony he's making a mistake but agrees to be best man. When Roger warns that Tony will be out of the space program if he marries a genie, Jeannie replies she won't be a genie and summons Haji to back her up. Haji disapproves of the marriage, but shows what it will be like in a crystal ball. They see a party in Tony's house and learn. that Dr. and Mrs. Bellows like Jeannie. Roger also sees a lovely girl named Sally. Impressed by this view of Tony's perfect marriage, Roger approves and wishes he could meet Sally. Roger is horrified when Tony mentions children. He summons Haji, who reveals that when a genie weds a mortal, their children nay resemble either parent. In the crystal ball, Haji shows Tony Jr. and Jeannie Jr., both with Jeannie's powers. Dr. Bellows plans to investigate the strange happenings they cause. When Roger tries to persuade Jeannie against marrying Tony, she pops him into a dungeon. He summons Haji again, who is furious that Jeannie plans to wed without his consent. Just as Tony and Jeannie are leaving, Haji forces her to admit their children may be genies. The marriage is called off. At the dungeon to rescue Roger, Jeannie and Tony find that Haji has produced Sally to keep Roger company.
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My Master, Napoleon's Buddy

Apr 03, 1967 Season 2 Episode 28

Preparing a lecture on military strategy, Tony wishes for one hour with Napoleon. Jeannie blinks them to the French court of 1803. Seeing Napoleon, Josephine and General Pichegru together, Tony feels he could change the course of history. Tony astounds Napoleon with his forecast of the future. With Jeannie's help, he warns him that Pichegru will try to assassinate him, the Russian campaign will be a disaster, and the imprisonment at St. Helena. Napoleon concludes that Tony is a Russian spy and orders his execution. When Tony is thrown into a cell, Jeannie giants to transport him home at once. Tony, however, is determined to prevent the Russian debacle and the defeat at Waterloo.
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There Goes the Bride

Mar 27, 1967 Season 2 Episode 27

When Tony is best man at a wedding, Jeannie decides they should get married too. Roger advises Jeannie to play hard to get. Jeannie declares she's not interested in marriage, and Tony replies he feels the same. She reports her failure of reverse psychology to Roger. Jeannie resorts to a most powerful and dangerous spell involving a lock of Tony's hair, a piece of fingernail and some clothing. She blinks and Tony proposes. Haji, chief Djinn, accuses Jeannie of disobeying the decree banning love spells on masters. Jeannie refuses to remove the spell because wedding pleas are set. Haji threatens the worst. Tony and Jeannie go to Las Vegas with Roger as best man. As Roger tosses rice, Haji carries out his threats. Tony slips, breaks a leg, then a wrist. Jeannie recalls Haji's warning and tells Roger she can't help. Roger regrets that Tony will lose his chance to be first on the moon. Jeannie tries again. Acute appendicitis is added to Tony's afflictions. Jeannie admits that if she removes the spell, Tony will not marry her. Resigned, she blinks end all Tony's ills vanish. When Tony says he must get to NASA for as important meeting, Jeannie blinks him there in his hospital gown.
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Secretary Is Not a Toy

Mar 20, 1967 Season 2 Episode 26

Jeannie decides its beneath her to have a master who is only a major. When she learns Gen. Peterson's secretary is leaving, she feels she could push Tony's promotion to general if she took the job, but Tony forbids it. She gets rid of Susie, Peterson's new secretary, by making her dress disappear. Peterson orders a male secretary, but Jeannie is so competent, that he keeps her. Dr. Bellows overhears Tony ordering Jeannie to blink herself out of Peterson's office. To learn more, Dr. Bellows invites Jeannie to lunch and soon has her talking in circles trying to explain her background. Bellows calls the FBI to investigate. Hoping to placate Jeannie, Tony wears general's stars under his raincoat. Unfortunately, Jeannie works "General Nelson" into Peterson's dictation. Peterson orders Tony to remove the stars before he is court martialed. Amos Lincoln, an FBI man, reports that Jeannie doesn't exist in the official records. The CIA begins to investigate for possible sabotage. Tony tells Roger that every government department is after Jeannie. When Tony thanks her for making him the youngest general in the Air Force and tells her he must be married, Jeannie decides Tony shouldn't be a general after all. Tony tells Lincoln and Bellows that Jeannie is gone for good.
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My Master, the Pirate

Mar 13, 1967 Season 2 Episode 25

Tony, in skin diving gear, tells Jeannie he is going out to search for treasure reputedly in a nearby sunken pirate ship of the notorious Captain Kidd. Jeannie tells Tony he is such braver than Kidd was and whisks him back in time to the deck of Kidd's pirate vessel. There he is immediately attacked by the pirate chieftain but defeats him. To his surprise, Tony is chosen as the new captain by the cutthroat crew. The First Mate, George, demands Captain Tony kill their prisoner, the beautiful Lady Diane Nelson, who Tony realizes is none other than his great great great grandmother. When Tony procrastinates while trying to devise a means of escape, the crew turns against him. The brigands seize Tony and Lady Diane. George orders they walk the plank. Jeannie blinks and a lifeboat appears in the water, saving Tony and Diane from a watery grave. While the British frigate searching for Diane appears, the pirates pursue our hero and Jeannie uses her magic and British soldiers burst on the scene, driving off the pirates. The British, however, think Tony is a pirate and, disregarding Diane's, appeals, prepare to hang him. Jeannie rescues her master and with Diane now safe, Tony and Jeannie eye transported back to the Nelson home.
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My Incredible Shrinking Master

Mar 06, 1967 Season 2 Episode 24

Jeannie awakens from a nightmare, feeling something terrible will happen to Tony. She finally tells Tony that she dreamed he was attacked by a cat and her dreams always come true. Later, when Tony explains that he and Roger are searching for a way to reduce the size of missile components, Jeannie touches a rotor and blinks. After she leaves to go shopping, the rotor shrinks and soon Tony himself is six inches tall. When Tony begs Roger to find Jeannie, he puts tiny Tony on the desk near the phone. Then Dr. Bellows arrives, followed by a cat. Roger takes Bellows to the study and the cat makes a grab for Tony, who escapes into a closet. Jeannie phones but Roger can't tell her what has happened because Bellows is there. The cat opens the closet and Tony jumps onto a record player. Roger finds the cat licking its lips and fears the worst. Tony fights for his life when the record begins to spin. He finds shelter in Jeannie's bottle. Bellows thinks Roger is feeling the effects of decompression, when Roger reports that Tony has been killed by a cat. Arriving just as the cat is about to seize Tony, Jeannie blinks him back to normal size. Leaving for a night on the town, Tony tells Roger that to make up, Jeannie has given him one wish. She is spending the evening in her bottle, in a birdcage, bound and gagged.
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The Greatest Entertainer In the World

Feb 27, 1967 Season 2 Episode 23

Jeannie insists that Tony be in charge of Gen. Peterson's tenth anniversary celebration as a general. Tony is annoyed with her interference but tells her he'd like Sammy Davis, Jr. to appear. Tony tells Roger he's off to Miami to see Davis, but won't tell Jeannie. Tony sneaks out and reaches the hotel where the star is rehearsing but Charles, his secretary, reports that he's booked up for months. Not knowing that Tony is in Miami, Jeannie blinks Davis to Tony's living room. When Jeannie can't find Tony, she pops Sammy back to his hotel. Sammy feels he's heading for a breakdown and tells Charles he needs a long rest. Tony returns home and Jeannie tells him Sammy was there. Tony reports that the star is too busy and they'll have to use amateur talent. Gen. Peterson thanks Tony for getting Sammy Davis, Jr. who performed the night he became a general and adds he can't wait to see him again. When Jeannie again whisks Sammy to Tony's living room, he feels the astronaut is using a time machine to whirl him through space. When Sammy regrets he has no free time, Jeannie blinks and Sammy's double, appears. One performs at the hotel while the other is at the NASA auditorium. While Tony tells Jeannie that it was a great evening for the General, Sammy Davis Jr. returns. He begs Jeannie to rid him of the second Sammy who is following him around.
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There Goes the Best Genie I Ever Had

Feb 20, 1967 Season 2 Episode 22

When Roger asks Tony to go out on a double date with Miss Universe and Miss Galaxy, Tony tells him Jeannie won't let him. Jeannie learns the girls are in town and baffles Tony by hoping he has a wonderful time that evening. She explains it's Hajji's birthday, master of all genies. On this day, any master unhappy with his genie can send her away. Jeannie tells Tony he has until midnight to decide. She begins to worry when she realizes Tony is thinking about it. Roger is surprised that Tony would ever consider it, until Tony recalls all the times Jeannie had gotten as into trouble. Tony can't pin Jeannie down long to tell her he wants to send her back to Hajji. Jeannie embarks on all kinds of projects to make him comfortable. This brings back all his horrible predicaments when she did so in the past. At the beach club, Miss Galaxy realizes Tony's mind is far away. When he finds it is midnight, Tony feels all is lost. He rushes home, sure Jeannie is gone. Tony pleads with Hajji to send her back. Jeannie now reports that due to a misunderstandings Tony can't send her away until Hajji's next birthday. She promises never to interfere again. However, when he tries to return to his date Jeannie blinks and imprisons Tony in her bottle.
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My Poor Master, the Civilian

Feb 06, 1967 Season 2 Episode 21

Tony tells Jeannie and Roger he has been shifted out of the space program to head a company producing booster rockets, because the only other prospect turned down the job. Learning of Tony's new assignment, Dr. Bellows announces his own resignation, stating that he stayed only to observe Tony's behavior, and now plans to write a book about it. Tony begs Gen. Peterson to keep him at the base but Peterson feels he's more useful running the missile plant. When Jeannie describes how miserable Tony is about his forced reassignment, Roger feels if Tony could see himself in the new job, he might find a way to turn it down. Jeannie blinks and projects Tony's worst day, with two pretty secretaries, a gorgeous office and top production. Jeannie and Roger realize this won't have the desired effect. Prodded by Roger, Jeannie shows Tony a picture of himself at work, late at night, in a dreary office, desk piled high with papers. While Gen. Peterson complains that Tony is sabotaging the missile program, two dowdy secretaries, Sally and Aggie, nag for a raise. To Jeannie and Roger's surprise, Tony insists on getting to the plant before the contract is cancelled. Then Roger recalls that Prof. Lakewood's wife refused to leave Connecticut. Jeannie fills their home with snakes and Prof. Lakewood pleads for the missile job. Later, Roger complains he hasn't a date. Jeannie blinks, and Sally, the whiner, appears.
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One of Our Bottles Is Missing

Jan 30, 1967 Season 2 Episode 20

Dr. Bellows' wife insists on having Jeannie's bottle for her living room. When Tony refuses to part with it, Mrs. Bellows decides to have a duplicate made and promises to return the original. Jeannie is furious when Mrs. Bellows leaves with her bottle. Tony soothes her by going to the workshop to get it back. Jeannie gets there first and pops into the bottle to wait for Tony. Salvatori instructs his son Gino to wrap up the two bottles. When Gino gets them mixed up, Tony leaves with the copy while the original, with Jeannie inside, is delivered to Mrs. Bellows. Tony discovers the wrong bottle. He phones Bellows who tells him he and his wife are going out. Worried that Mrs. Bellows will find Jeannie, Tony and Roger decide to rescue her. They are searching the house when the Bellows return. Accepting Roger's explanation that Tony is sleepwalking, Bellows concludes that he has a compulsion about the bottle. Tony pretends to awaken and switches the bottles. Unfortunately, Bellows does too. At home, Tony tells Roger that the Bellows still have Jeannie, but as she appears, Roger reveals he did a little switching himself.
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You Can't Arrest Me...I Don't Have a Driver's License

Jan 23, 1967 Season 2 Episode 19

Jeannie drives off in Tony's car without permission. Going up a one way street in the wrong direction, she is stopped by Ptl. Anderson. After ticking her off for a number of violations, he has the car towed away. Tony learns that Anderson holds the national record forgiving out tickets and has been written up by a magazine. At Roger's suggestion, Tony appeals to Dr. Bellows for help in getting the car back by insinuating it is full of secret equipment. When the car is released, Jeannie tricks Tony into giving her driving lessons. This time Tony encounters Anderson, who insures that the story of the astronaut's traffic violations makes the front page. Dr. Bellows and Gen. Peterson are very angry. When Tony apologizes to Anderson before the case codes to court, he tricks him into making a statement which sounds like an attempt at bribery and secretly records it on tape. Roger insists on conducting Tony's defense in court. Roger's help is practically propelling Tony to the nearest, Jail when Jeannie arrives. When Anderson is called to identify Tony, Jeannie blinks and Tony is. Anderson's double. Stunned, Anderson turns on the tape of Tony's confession. Jeannie blinks and it's all in Russian. After Tony's acquittal, Roger borrows his car, but Jeannie pops into the driver's seat, with Tony in hot pursuit.
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My Master, the Spy

Jan 16, 1967 Season 2 Episode 18

Jeannie tricks Tony into going to Paris for lunch. Then he tells her he's scheduled to be at a top security conference with Gen. Peterson, Dr. Bellows and other NASA officials. Jeannie produces a duplicate Tony to appear at the conference. Two French generals see Tony in Paris and alert Dr. Bellows, who asks them to wire a photo to help him track down the imposter. Gen. Peterson agrees with Bellows that spies are seeking information on Operation Galaxy. Bellows plants a bug in Tony's office. Finding the hidden mike, Tony tells Roger that spies are onto Operation Galaxy and must be tracked down. Unaware that he is the one under suspicion, Tony feeds the mike misleading information. As a result, all gather at a deserted warehouse, each group hoping to trap the others. After a fracas involving two burglars, Bellows arrests Tony for espionage arid tells Tony the real Major Nelson is being held prisoner in Paris. When Gen. Peterson demands conclusive proof of Tony's double, Jeannie blinks and changes Tony's photo into Maurice Chevalier.
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The Greatest Invention In the World

Jan 09, 1967 Season 2 Episode 17

Tony allows Jeannie grant Roger one wish. Roger accidentally makes Tony spill coffee :n his clothes and wishes he hadn't done it. Jeannie blinks and the stain disappears. Roger is crushed when he realizes he has blown his wish. Dr. Bellows happens by as it becomes clear that the jacket is now virtually indestructible. He tries to prove that somehow Tony has made a great discovery, but succeeds only in ruining four of Gen. Peterson's uniforms. Enraged, Peterson orders Bellows' transfer to Iceland. Although Tony dislikes Bellows, he feels responsible for his exile. Peterson rejects Tony's plea to keep Bellows at the base. Jeannie now turns herself into an Air. Force colonel and persuades Peterson to rescind Bellows' transfer. Later, Tony again allows Jeannie to grant Roger a single wish. Reviewing the endless possibilities. Roger muses that he once wanted to be the funniest man in the world. Immediately Groucho Marx appears is his place.
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My Master, the Author

Dec 26, 1966 Season 2 Episode 16

Tony complains that he has no free time because Jeannie waits him to spend every spare moment with her. Roger suggests he find Jeannie a hobby, but she turns down all his suggestions, until she mentions that she could write a book on raising children. Tony gets her to start immediately. Jeannie sends "How To Be A Fantastic Mother" to a publisher under Tony's name. She begins to worry when Tony reports that an astronaut is in trouble for waiting an unauthorized article. When Dr. Bellows reads the author's statement that he can transform the most incorrigible child into a lovable human being, he brings his young nephew Richard for treatment. He warns Tony that if he doesn't succeed, he'll accuse him of writing a fraudulent book. Tony berates Jeannie for writing the book in his name but insists on handling the problem without her help. Gen. Peterson brings his granddaughter, Gina, to be cured of her overwhelming shyness in one evening, but Tony can't break through the girl's reserve. Meanwhile, Richard crashes Tony's model plane through a window and almost sets the house on fire experimenting with rocket fuel. Tony is ready to confess defeat when Dr. Bellows and Gen. Peterson return, but they find Richard repairing the plane, beaming under Gina's adoring praise. Tony inquires if Jeannie used magic, but she replies she found the answer in Chapter 13 of "his book" on how to bring boys and girls together.
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Jeannie Breaks the Bank

Dec 19, 1966 Season 2 Episode 15

Because Jeannie has run up a staggering food bill, Tony is unable to join Roger in buying a sailboat. Jeannie goes to the bank with Tony to borrow money for his share. They overhear Wilfred, a bank officer, refuse a loan to a widow until she can produce collateral. When Wilfred checks Tony's Christmas Club account, Jeannie changes the balance to over three million dollars. When Wilfred tries to lend him more money than he wants, Tony questions his refusal of the widow. Misunderstanding, Wilfred makes out a check of a thousand dollars for the widow, and gives Tony the money he asked for. Dr. Bellows tells Gen. Peterson that Tony is a millionaire. Peterson warns if he's wrong, Bellows will have to see a psychoanalyst. Tony, Peterson and Bellows go to the bank to check on the story. Jeannie reduces Tony's account to its original sum and shifts the three million dollars to Bellows' account. Bellows decides to see an analyst. Tony suggests that Wilfred should feel a rolling deck under his feet. Jeannie blinks -- Tony and Wilfred find themselves at sea aboard a raft.
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The Greatest Lover In the World

Dec 12, 1966 Season 2 Episode 14

Roger cancels a double date with Tony and Jeannie. Surmising that Roger has been unable to get a date for himself, Jeannie blinks. Immediately Roger's phone gets busy with calls from girls who turned him down, and a score of new ones, begging for dates. Even Evelyn, a beautiful secretary at the base who refused to date Roger because she was engaged, makes a play for him. Soon Roger, who always felt he was irresistible, finds himself making dates for months ahead. When Mrs. Bellows meets Roger, she invites him for dinner. Tony feels that Roger is heading for trouble. Roger pleads with Jeannie not to fall in love with him. Morgan, a tough character, comes looking for Roger, because Evelyn broke their engagement. She wants to marry Roger and Morgan is determined that she will get her wish. Dr. Bellows learns that his wife is infatuated with Roger, and he plans to transfer him to the Aleutians. When Tony reports Roger's predicament to Jeannie, she blinks and all the fair ladies immediately lose interest in Roger. Then he feels worse than ever because no one loves him. Tony learns Jeanie has remedied this when Roger appears pursued by hundreds of affectionate dogs.
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My Master, the Great Caruso

Dec 05, 1966 Season 2 Episode 13

Tony tells Jeannie that each year the American Air Force puts on a TV talent show with contestants from each base. Jeannie insists that Tony enter since they need a trophy for the mantel. Jeannie blinks and Tony sounds like Caruso. Dr. Bellows hears him. Tony makes Jeannie promise she'll never make him sing like Caruso again. Jeannie is excited since Roger has promised to reveal her birthday when he returns from Alaska the next day. With Gen. Peterson's backing, Dr. Bellows enters Tony in the contest. When all of his efforts to withdraw fail, Tony asks Jeannie to blink and return Caruso's voice to him. Quoting Tony that he would never forgive her if she broke her promise, Jeannie refuses and leaves for Baghdad. Roger returns from Alaska and Tony seeks his help but everything they do to get Tony out of the contest fails. Jeannie pops up next to Roger just as Tony is introduced. When Roger bets her to help, Jeannie repeats her promise. She suddenly brightens as she remembers she promised only that Tony would not sing like Caruso. Blink follows blink as Jeannie turns Tony into a soprano, basso profundo and finally boop a doop. Tony wins the contest. When Gen. Peterson takes the trophy for his office, Jeannie blinks and produces a duplicate made of gold. Jeannie makes her own day complete when she makes Roger reveal her birth date.
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How Do You Beat Superman?

Nov 28, 1966 Season 2 Episode 12

With the football season in full swing, Tony is constantly glued to the TV set. Jeannie realizes she must do something to get his attention and decides to make Tony jealous. Tony just scoffs when Jeannie reports she met a handsome stranger, Tony Millionaire, at the supermarket. Jeannie blinks and Tony Millionaire appears, a superman in every way. Although Tony tries to hide his jealousy, he does everything to cool Jeannie's interest. He phones Roger, on duty in Alaska., for Jeannie's birth date, to distract her, but fails. Then Jeannie reveals she is engaged to Tony Millionaire. Again, Tony tries to learn the date, but in vain. Although Jeannie hopefully suggests he could forbid her to marry, Tony refuses. Then Tony decides that if a stranger could marry a genie, he could too. As he is about to propose to Jeannie, Tony discovers that his rival is Jeannie's own creation. Jeannie is furious when Tony inquires what she would have done if he had allowed her to wed Tony Millionaire, In reply, she sends him zooming to the ceiling and leaves him suspended. Later, as Tony watches football on TV, Jeannie announces she is off to the supermarket, and he decides to go with her. Following Tony's suggestion, Jeannie blinks and freezes the game until they
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The Girl Who Never Had a Birthday, Pt. 2

Nov 21, 1966 Season 2 Episode 11

Tony and Roger make another attempt to have Eric, the computer figure out Jeannie's birthday. Since Tony is scheduled to leave for Alaska on a mission, Dr. Bellows uses Tony's office while his own is being painted. To keep Bellows from discovering Jeannie in the desk drawer, Tony tries to keep him busy while Roger is feeding information into the computer. Telling Bellows he has an urgent problem, Tony lies down on the couch and relates a rambling, improbable story about animals. Roger returns and signals that he has the information. Tony abruptly tells Bellows that everything he told him happened in a dream. Before Roger can tell Jeannie the date, he is ordered to leave. Tony persuades Jeannie to stay until Roger returns in two weeks. To keep her happy, Tony decides to give Jeannie a birthday party. When he expresses regret that it can't be a big party, Jeannie blinks. Suddenly the room is filled with every historical figure from Cleopatra to Shakespeare. After a conversation with Dr. Sigmund Freud, Bellows tells Tony he can't catch him this time; he knows it's a costume party. Realizing that having a birthday will make her grow older as normal people do, Jeannie blames Tony for bringing up the subject in the first place.
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The Girl Who Never Had a Birthday, Pt. 1

Nov 14, 1966 Season 2 Episode 10

Jeannie tells Tony she never had a birthday party since she does not know when she was born. Tony sends her back home to find out. At the base, Gen. Peterson and Dr. Bellows introduce Tony to Eric, a huge computer. Jeannie returns and reports that all she has been able to learn is that Neptune was in Scorpio when she was born. Jeannie tells Tony that if he really cared, he would find out her birthday. After breaking a vase, Jeannie reveals that her powers weaken when she is unhappy, and, that her body will gradually disappear. She tells Tony she will have to leave if she doesn't get a birthday. Roger agrees to help Tony use Eric to learn Jeannie's birthday. Tony is waiting for the computer's answer when Dr. Bellows enters the control room. Annoyed that Tony has used the machine. for such a frivolous purpose as a B.C. birth date, Bellows tears up the tape and puts it in his pocket. Dr. Bellows reports Tony's strange interest in an ancient date to Gen. Peterson. Peterson orders Bellows to allow Tony to use the computer, but to brim the computer tape to him. At his office, Tony reassures Jeannie. Because her powers are fading, when Jeannie tries to leave, she winds up in Tony's desk drawer. Tony and Jeannie are horrified when Bellows decides to use Tony's office. Tony and Roger rush to get Jeannie's birth date from the computer, although Roger suspects a trap.
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Who Needs A Green-Eyed Genie?

Nov 07, 1966 Season 2 Episode 9

Jeannie's jealousy takes over when Tony insists on keeping a date with a friend. She blinks and Tony finds himself behind bars in his living room. Feeling she has been successful in keeping Tony from his date, she releases him the following morning. Then a man phones and berates Tony for breaking their appointment. Jeannie is conscience stricken and vows never to doubt Tony again. Tony tells Roger he didn't have a date, that his real date is for that night and now he is free to keep it. After Tony meets his date, Joan Sheldon, in a hotel, Roger let's slip that Jeannie has been tricked. Jeannie blinks and Joan turns into a chimp. When Tony begins packing to leave home, Jeannie promises never to interfere again, if he stays. Tony returns to Joan's hotel. Then Roger shows Jeannie a news report that "Two Gun" Richard Sheldon has broken out of jail to kill his wife. Although Roger tells her it's a matter of life and death, Jeannie, true to her promise, refuses to interfere. "Two Gun" and his henchman, Otto, appear at Joan's hotel. When "Two Gun" threatens him, Tony is sure it is Jeannie in disguise. He realizes his mistake when Jeannie herself comes into view behind Richard. She blinks when Richard raises his gun and police sirens are heard. A few days later, while playing checkers with Jeannie, Tony remarks that the phone hasn't rung in a long time. Jeannie smiles, knowing the wires are disconnected.
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How to Be a Genie In 10 Easy Lessons

Oct 31, 1966 Season 2 Episode 8

Tony complains that Jeannie is constantly getting him into trouble. She replies she's not had much practice at being a genie. Tony takes Roger's suggestion that Jeannie needs lessors in her craft and buys "The Arabian Nights." Although Tony hasn't read the book himself, he tells Jeannie to use it as a guide. According to the book, Jeannie finds that the genies are always searching for ways to torture or destroy their masters. She tells Tony she cannot follow the book but he orders that she follow it to the last detail. Worried, Jeannie tells Roger Tony will try to get rid of her if she follows the book. Sensing a chance to get Jeannie for himself, Roger tells her to obey Tony. Torment becomes the order of the day for Tony as Jeannie follows the book. He finally finds himself in an open crocodile pit. Jeannie pleads for Roger to help her escape her dilemma. She accepts his advice to leave Tony and become Roger's genie. Rescuing Tony from the crocodiles, Jeannie reveals the subject of the text he ordered her to follow. Tony apologizes and takes the blame on himself. Happy at being allowed to be with Tony again, Jeannie asks what to do about Major Healy. Tony turns to Chapter 15, and Roger finds himself perched on an iceberg, with a seal for company.
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Fastest Gun In the East

Oct 24, 1966 Season 2 Episode 7

Watching a TV western, Tony longs for the days when a man had to be strong to survive. Jeannie blinks and Tony finds he is a U.S. Marshal in a frontier town. Confronted by a bang of outlaws led by Bull Welch, Tony is saved by Horace Sedgewick, the town banker. In the town jail Tony finds Eddie Sheridan. He tells Tony he has been framed for murder because he and his beautiful sister, Georgia, refuse to sell their ranch to the "Unholy Ten." Jeannie, now a dance hall girl, helps Tony face down the mob, but when Georgia kisses Tony for protecting her brother, Jeannie gets jealous. When Bull leads a mob to the jail, Jeannie realizes Tony's only interest in Georgia is to save her brother's life. Bull sets up an ambush for Tony but with Jeannie's help, he rounds up the outlaws and exposes Sedgewick as the leader of the "Unholy Ten." As Georgia embraces Tony, Jeannie blinks and Tony wakes up in front of the TV set. When Jeannie calls him to dinner, Tony stumbles. Looking down, he finds himself in cowboy boots, complete with spurs.
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What's New, Poodle Dog?

Oct 17, 1966 Season 2 Episode 6

Roger tells Jeannie that he has arranged a double date for Tony and himself with two beauty queens. Before Roger can tell Tony, Jeannie turns him into a French poodle. The poodle is taken to the dog pound. There, Tony pays five dollars for a Great Dane he thinks is Roger. Jeannie tells Tony he has the wrong dog. Tony rushes back to the pound where Mr. Asher has just bought the poodle for his son Keith. Asher refuses to sell the poodle, but Tony's bid of five hundred dollars changes his mind. Tony returns to the base with the poodle. Dr. Bellows comes in while Roger is barking his replies to Tony's questions. He tells Tony the poodle is just the dog to be orbited into space. Tony reports this to Jeannie and she returns Roger to his normal self. When Roger tells Jeannie the date with the two girls is still on, Jeannie turns him back into a poodle. Tony tells Dr. Bellows he can't send the poodle into space because the dog is really Roger. Sure he has caught Tony, Dr. Bellows phones Gen. Peterson. By the time he returns to take the dog to Gen. Peterson, Jeannie changes the dog back to Roger again. That night Tony and Roger await their dates at Tony's house. Two beautiful girls come to the door. Jeannie blinks and when Tony opens the door, two cats enter.
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My Wild-Eyed Master

Oct 10, 1966 Season 2 Episode 5

Tony strains his eyes while studying for a sub orbital flight. Dr. Bellows orders him to take an eye test the following morning. Tony emphatically turns down Roger's suggestion that he get Jeannie's help in passing the examination. Jeannie gets the truth out of Roger and pops into Tony's pocket. Her efforts to improve Tony's vision are too successful. Tony not only sees Dr. Bellows and his secretary, Miss Gordon, in their undergarments, but actually sees through the wall. When he reads the chart, he reads a sign in the adjoining room. Bellows breaks in on General Peterson's conference and announces that Tony has X ray vision. Meanwhile, Tony pleads with Jeannie to. restore his normal eyesight. Jeannie replies it will be difficult, but she will try. By the time Peterson and his staff arrive to observe Tony's remarkable vision, he is barely able to see. Jeannie makes another attempt and Tony sees animated skeletons of the people around him. Later, Jeannie tells Tony she had no idea that vision was so important to an astronaut. Tony tells her perfect hearing is also vital. Deciding to improve Tony's hearing, Jeannie blinks and Tony hears nothing at all.
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My Master, the Rainmaker

Oct 03, 1966 Season 2 Episode 4

Tony tells Jeannie he enjoys cold weather. She starts a snowstorm and the flakes fall on Dr. Bellows. Determined to discover the explanation for the strange happenings around Tony, Dr. Bellows tells Gen. Peterson. Tony persuades Peterson he can't control the weather. Sure he is in for a nervous breakdown if Jeannie doesn't take a vacation, Tony persuades her to visit her family. Sgt. Ben Roberts, overhearing Dr. Bellows' view that Tony can control the weather, begs him to do something about the situation in Four Corners, Alabama, where his brother is losing his farm to a drought. Jeannie blinks and heads for home. Later, when Dr. Bellows hears Sgt. Roberts asking Tony to stop the rain, since Four Corners is being washed away, he is sure he has finally caught Tony. When Jeannie returns, Tony tells her Four Corners is a lake and Dr. Bellows finally has him. One blink of Jeannie's saves Tony. Sgt. Roberts tells Tony that the people in Four Corners are getting rich, since the lake, now filled with trout, has become a fishermen's paradise. Jeannie laughs when a truckload of fish arrives for Tony.
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My Master, the Rich Tycoon

Sep 26, 1966 Season 2 Episode 3

While Tony is at the base, Harry Huggins comes to his home. He tells Jeannie the house is tiny and the furniture shoddy. To impress him, Jeannie blinks and turns the house into a luxurious mansion, with world famous art works, a safe full of money and a staff of servants. When Tony returns, Huggins announces he is from the Department of Internal Revenue, and will bring an assessor in the morning. Jeannie refuses to take Tony seriously when he says he may wind up in the penitentiary. When Huggins calls to see Dr. Bellows, the psychiatrist shows him a stack of reports on Tony's strange activities, but refuses to believe Tony heads an international smuggling ring.
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Always On Sunday

Sep 19, 1966 Season 2 Episode 2

Tony tells Jeannie it's too bad every day can't be Sunday. Feeling Tony is overworked, Jeannie blinks and it becomes Sunday. She tells a horrified Tony it will be Sunday until he is rested. Then she sends him on various vacations, on one, he finds himself playing tennis with Pancho Segura. When Tony orders Jeannie to turn off Sunday, she retreats into her bottle. In desperation, Tony tells Dr. Bellows the calendar has stopped. Bellows relays Tony's wild conclusion to Gen. Peterson. Jeannie decides to leave because everything she has done to please Tony, has turned out wrong. Learning Jeannie has gone, Tony realizes it will always be Sunday. Dr. Bellows hears Tony talking to Jeannie's bottle, trying to make her understand his feelings. Tony tells him he wants to make a complete confession about all the events of the past year. Dr. Bellows calls Gen. Peterson to witness the confession, but Jeannie returns and Tony's desire to confess fades. When Peterson arrives, Tony says he's been composing a song. He sings a love song to Jeannie, who is hidden inside the piano. Peterson exits, leaving a babbling Dr. Bellows. Later, Tony finds Jeannie has taken away Sunday and given the week two Mondays because he wished for more workdays.
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Happy Anniversary

Sep 12, 1966 Season 2 Episode 1

Jeannie wants to celebrate the first anniversary of meeting Tony on the desert island where they met. Preparing for a space flight, Tony forgets the date. Annoyed, Jeannie makes his capsule land on the island, where Tony finds a bottle. He pulls the corn and an enormous Blue Djinn appears, vowing to kill his, rescuer. Jeannie is not able to help, because the Blue Djinn is the most powerful of all. Jeannie takes Tony's suggestion and blinks them back to Cocoa Beach but the Blue Djinn, follows. Frightened by Tony's T.V. set, the Djinn agrees to leave, but his terror disappears when Roger shows him how it works. Tony tricks the Blue Djinn into turning into smoke, and sucks him into the vacuum cleaner. Roger reports that the whole Fleet is searching for Tony. To call them off, Tony goes back to the base. Dr. Bellows informs Gen. Peterson that Tony has inexplicably returned. Jeannie solves Tony's problem by disappearing with him. Peterson vents his anger on Bellows when Tony is absent and reported sighted is orbit. Jeannie takes Tony to the island for their belated celebration. When the Blue Djinn appears, Jeannie blinks. She and Tony disappear into a seashell.
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