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This season, Jeannie's magical and invisible dog from over a thousand years ago returns to terrorize NASA and is later transformed into a porcelain statue mistaken as a priceless ancient artifact from the Ming Dynasty. In a two-part episode, Tony is replaced by a look-alike double agent who unwittingly becomes engaged to Jeannie. Jeannie's wicked twin sister returns to take another go at Major Nelson, only this time in a crowded night club! The cast of "Laugh-In" race to cast Jeannie as Princess Armina in a special guest appearance on their show. Dr. Bellows is replaced by a younger and more aggresive psychiatrist who is dead set on exposing Major Nelson's secrets. With 26 hilarious episodes featuring such guest stars as Judy Carne, Arte Johnson, Gary Owens, and Richard Mulligan, the complete fourth season is every fan's "fourth wish!"

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This season, Jeannie's magical and invisible dog from over a thousand years ago returns to terrorize NASA and is later transformed into a porcelain statue mistaken as a priceless ancient artifact from the Ming Dynasty. In a two-part episode, Tony is replaced by a look-alike double agent who unwittingly becomes engaged to Jeannie. Jeannie's wicked twin sister returns to take another go at Major Nelson, only this time in a crowded night club! The cast of "Laugh-In" race to cast Jeannie as Princess Armina in a special guest appearance on their show. Dr. Bellows is replaced by a younger and more aggresive psychiatrist who is dead set on exposing Major Nelson's secrets. With 26 hilarious episodes featuring such guest stars as Judy Carne, Arte Johnson, Gary Owens, and Richard Mulligan, the complete fourth season is every fan's "fourth wish!"

    • EPISODE 1

    The Case of My Vanishing Master, Pt. 1

    Tony is working on a new plan for Apollo 12. He is unable to notify Jeannie when Dr. Bellows has him flown to a secret hiding place. Meanwhile, Bellows trains Pomfret, an intelligence agent who is Tony's double, to cover his absence. Dr. Bellows feels Tony's house is safe for the double, unaware that Jeannie is there. The double is thrown for a loss by the strange happenings and Jeannie's presence in the house. At first he thinks she's the maid, then Roger's girlfriend. When Dr. Bellows introduces the two Tonys to each other via TV, Tony panics when he learns Tony II is living in his house.

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    Tony is working on a new plan for Apollo 12. He is unable to notify Jeannie when Dr. Bellows has him flown to a secret hiding place. Meanwhile, Bellows trains Pomfret, an intelligence agent who is Tony's double, to cover his absence. Dr. Bellows feels Tony's house is safe for the double, unaware that Jeannie is there. The double is thrown for a loss by the strange happenings and Jeannie's presence in the house. At first he thinks she's the maid, then Roger's girlfriend. When Dr. Bellows introduces the two Tonys to each other via TV, Tony panics when he learns Tony II is living in his house.

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    • EPISODE 2

    The Case of My Vanishing Master, Pt. 2

    Over TV, Roger informs Tony that his double plans to marry Jeannie. Meanwhile, Tony II tells Dr. Bellows of the strange girl who blinks things in and out and promises to introduce her to Bellows. When Rev. Benouli begins the Arabic marriage service, Tony II runs off, saying he's going for the marriage license. Roger tells Jeannie she's being tricked by an imposter. She is convinced when Tony II can't tell her how they met. Dr. Bellows arrives to find Jeannie posing as a surly housemaid. When she is grabbed by Tony II, Jeannie,blinks and he gets a terrible itch. Although Roger wants Tony II to go to the base hospital, Bellows orders him to stay at Tony's house. Roger reports that Tony is somewhere four hours east of Cocoa Beach by jet. Tony II, a spy, radios to his superiors. Jeannie makes strange things happen and Tony II, unhinged, frantically phones Dr. Bellows. Meanwhile, Tony returns. Jeannie is confused by the two Tonys, until Tony proves he's her real master by describing their first meeting. Bellows and Roger surprise Tony II trying to steal Tony's secret papers. Tony unmasks the spy, who turns on him until Jeannie blinks. Later, alone with Tony, Jeannie speaks of the lovely hiding place. As Bellows walks in, a Spanish flag appears.

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    Over TV, Roger informs Tony that his double plans to marry Jeannie. Meanwhile, Tony II tells Dr. Bellows of the strange girl who blinks things in and out and promises to introduce her to Bellows. When Rev. Benouli begins the Arabic marriage service, Tony II runs off, saying he's going for the marriage license. Roger tells Jeannie she's being tricked by an imposter. She is convinced when Tony II can't tell her how they met. Dr. Bellows arrives to find Jeannie posing as a surly housemaid. When she is grabbed by Tony II, Jeannie,blinks and he gets a terrible itch. Although Roger wants Tony II to go to the base hospital, Bellows orders him to stay at Tony's house. Roger reports that Tony is somewhere four hours east of Cocoa Beach by jet. Tony II, a spy, radios to his superiors. Jeannie makes strange things happen and Tony II, unhinged, frantically phones Dr. Bellows. Meanwhile, Tony returns. Jeannie is confused by the two Tonys, until Tony proves he's her real master by describing their first meeting. Bellows and Roger surprise Tony II trying to steal Tony's secret papers. Tony unmasks the spy, who turns on him until Jeannie blinks. Later, alone with Tony, Jeannie speaks of the lovely hiding place. As Bellows walks in, a Spanish flag appears.

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    • EPISODE 3

    Ride 'Em Astronaut

    Jeannie is chosen Queen of the Supermarkets for being the millionth customer at Food City. Meanwhile, Tony brushes off Dr. Bellows' request that he be Honorary Grand Marshall of the Cocoa Beach Rodeo because he's afraid of horses. Alarmed that Jeannie's being Queen might expose their relationship, Tony orders her to stay away from Food City. Charlie Akins, the Rodeo Manager, and Wild Bill Barrows, a rider, followed by Roger and the Food City manager, come to Tony's house to see Jeannie. If Wild Bill comes out top rider, he wins a date with Jeannie, with other prizes. Tony orders her to refrain from magic to stop Wild Bill from winning, to avoid arousing suspicion. Tony and Roger go to the Rodeo in cowboy regalia. They accidentally sign entry blanks and are terrified by the Brahma bulls. Tony sends Roger for Jeannie to rescue them. Roger can't find Jeannie and Tony ends up being roped by a calf. Trying to escape, he goes through the wrong gate and lands on a bucking bronco. As Tony desperately hangs on, Roger finally reaches Jeannie. She blinks, not only saving Tony but making him beat out Wild Bill. When Dr. Bellows accuses Tony of misleading him that he knew nothing about horses, Tony replies that he does know something about women.

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    Jeannie is chosen Queen of the Supermarkets for being the millionth customer at Food City. Meanwhile, Tony brushes off Dr. Bellows' request that he be Honorary Grand Marshall of the Cocoa Beach Rodeo because he's afraid of horses. Alarmed that Jeannie's being Queen might expose their relationship, Tony orders her to stay away from Food City. Charlie Akins, the Rodeo Manager, and Wild Bill Barrows, a rider, followed by Roger and the Food City manager, come to Tony's house to see Jeannie. If Wild Bill comes out top rider, he wins a date with Jeannie, with other prizes. Tony orders her to refrain from magic to stop Wild Bill from winning, to avoid arousing suspicion. Tony and Roger go to the Rodeo in cowboy regalia. They accidentally sign entry blanks and are terrified by the Brahma bulls. Tony sends Roger for Jeannie to rescue them. Roger can't find Jeannie and Tony ends up being roped by a calf. Trying to escape, he goes through the wrong gate and lands on a bucking bronco. As Tony desperately hangs on, Roger finally reaches Jeannie. She blinks, not only saving Tony but making him beat out Wild Bill. When Dr. Bellows accuses Tony of misleading him that he knew nothing about horses, Tony replies that he does know something about women.

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    • EPISODE 4

    Invisible House for Sale

    Tony keeps Jeannie away from the secret island. Roger feels that Tony would have more time for Jeannie if he didn't own his own house. While Tony meets with Mr. Winkler, a new administrator, Jeannie blinks up a "For Sale" sign. Merkle, a realtor, brings Mrs. Winkler but she feels the house is too small. Posing as Mrs. Uppington-Smythe, Jeannie blinks up magnificent additions. Mrs. Winkler calls her husband at Tony's office. Stunned that Winkler plans to buy his house, Tony detains him but he phones his wife to put down a deposit. At home, Tony finds a "Sold" sign. Jeannie pops him into as apartment and welcomes him to their new home. Tony expresses delight at the bikini clad girls at the pool. Jeannie pops them back to the old homestead.. Jeannie feels if she removes the luxuries, the Winklers won't buy the house. After Tony instructs her to return the deposit without letting Mr. Winkler see the house, Jeannie blinks it into invisibility. Merkle and Winkler stare as Roger crashes around the invisible house. Winkler reports the empty lot and Dr. Bellows recognizes Tony's address. Jeannie restores the house including the extras. Returning, Mrs. Winkler thinks her husband is hallucinating. Since Jeannie has blinked the house back to normal, Mrs. Winkler hysterically describes the "estate" and Mrs. Uppington Smythe. Bellows is thankful that someone also seems to be crazy for a change.

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    Tony keeps Jeannie away from the secret island. Roger feels that Tony would have more time for Jeannie if he didn't own his own house. While Tony meets with Mr. Winkler, a new administrator, Jeannie blinks up a "For Sale" sign. Merkle, a realtor, brings Mrs. Winkler but she feels the house is too small. Posing as Mrs. Uppington-Smythe, Jeannie blinks up magnificent additions. Mrs. Winkler calls her husband at Tony's office. Stunned that Winkler plans to buy his house, Tony detains him but he phones his wife to put down a deposit. At home, Tony finds a "Sold" sign. Jeannie pops him into as apartment and welcomes him to their new home. Tony expresses delight at the bikini clad girls at the pool. Jeannie pops them back to the old homestead.. Jeannie feels if she removes the luxuries, the Winklers won't buy the house. After Tony instructs her to return the deposit without letting Mr. Winkler see the house, Jeannie blinks it into invisibility. Merkle and Winkler stare as Roger crashes around the invisible house. Winkler reports the empty lot and Dr. Bellows recognizes Tony's address. Jeannie restores the house including the extras. Returning, Mrs. Winkler thinks her husband is hallucinating. Since Jeannie has blinked the house back to normal, Mrs. Winkler hysterically describes the "estate" and Mrs. Uppington Smythe. Bellows is thankful that someone also seems to be crazy for a change.

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    • EPISODE 5

    Jeannie, the Governor's Wife

    Jeannie learns that Tony doesn't trust any political candidate and decides to run Tony himself for governor. Finding the living room filled with Tony's campaign posters, Dr. Bellows declares he can't be both a politician and an astronaut. Tony tries to explain it as a yoke and rips the posters off the wall, but others keep appearing. To prove to Roger that Tony could be elected, Jeannie blinks up a peep show machine showing crowds of enthusiastic voters. Seeing himself as Tony's assistant, controlling millions, Roger tries to persuade Tony to run. Tony refuses, despite floods of campaign contributions. Dr. Bellows looks into the machine, but sees only a belly dancer. To get rid of Jeannie until after the election, Tony sends her to Baghdad to campaign for him. Finally seeing through the ruse, Jeannie returns and redoubles her efforts. Dr. Bellows rushes for Gen. Peterson. In the machine, Tony views himself as a bridegroom. However, when Jeannie sees the bride - a sultry brunette - she blinks away the whole thing. Hoping to shock Gen. Peterson, Dr. Bellows tells him of the belly dancer. Again, Jeannie blinks and there is only a space craft launching. Determined to have a talk with Dr. Bellows, Gen. Peterson apologizes to Tony.

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    Jeannie learns that Tony doesn't trust any political candidate and decides to run Tony himself for governor. Finding the living room filled with Tony's campaign posters, Dr. Bellows declares he can't be both a politician and an astronaut. Tony tries to explain it as a yoke and rips the posters off the wall, but others keep appearing. To prove to Roger that Tony could be elected, Jeannie blinks up a peep show machine showing crowds of enthusiastic voters. Seeing himself as Tony's assistant, controlling millions, Roger tries to persuade Tony to run. Tony refuses, despite floods of campaign contributions. Dr. Bellows looks into the machine, but sees only a belly dancer. To get rid of Jeannie until after the election, Tony sends her to Baghdad to campaign for him. Finally seeing through the ruse, Jeannie returns and redoubles her efforts. Dr. Bellows rushes for Gen. Peterson. In the machine, Tony views himself as a bridegroom. However, when Jeannie sees the bride - a sultry brunette - she blinks away the whole thing. Hoping to shock Gen. Peterson, Dr. Bellows tells him of the belly dancer. Again, Jeannie blinks and there is only a space craft launching. Determined to have a talk with Dr. Bellows, Gen. Peterson apologizes to Tony.

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    • EPISODE 6

    Is There a Doctor In the House?

    Dr. Bellows and Gen. Peterson wonder if Tony is ready for a moon trip when be sleepwalks into the office. Roger finds that a whistle puts Tony to sleep and the next whistle wakes him up. Jeannie pops over to her Mama for help and discovers she has put Tony under a spell. She gets Mama to come back with her to remove it. Mama whistles but Dr. Bellows goes to sleep and she falls in love with him. Awakened, Tony says Mama can't have Bellows because he's married. Mama warns Tony to be quiet or she'll put him to sleep for 1000 years. She gives him an exotic necklace against sleeping sickness, which keeps everyone away, because it is garlic. Peterson thinks he's imagining things. Mama prepares to transport the sleeping Bellows to her home. When Tony is shocked that she would kidnap a master, Mama wakes up Bellows to get his consent. He doesn't know her and is puzzled by his sultan's robes. Jeannie blinks Bellows back to NASA. Trying to get his own genie, Roger offers himself in Bellows' place. Mama rejects him and pops out. Not believing their own eyes, Peterson and Bellows, puzzled by the robes, think they are crazy as Jeannie blinks them back into uniform.

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    Dr. Bellows and Gen. Peterson wonder if Tony is ready for a moon trip when be sleepwalks into the office. Roger finds that a whistle puts Tony to sleep and the next whistle wakes him up. Jeannie pops over to her Mama for help and discovers she has put Tony under a spell. She gets Mama to come back with her to remove it. Mama whistles but Dr. Bellows goes to sleep and she falls in love with him. Awakened, Tony says Mama can't have Bellows because he's married. Mama warns Tony to be quiet or she'll put him to sleep for 1000 years. She gives him an exotic necklace against sleeping sickness, which keeps everyone away, because it is garlic. Peterson thinks he's imagining things. Mama prepares to transport the sleeping Bellows to her home. When Tony is shocked that she would kidnap a master, Mama wakes up Bellows to get his consent. He doesn't know her and is puzzled by his sultan's robes. Jeannie blinks Bellows back to NASA. Trying to get his own genie, Roger offers himself in Bellows' place. Mama rejects him and pops out. Not believing their own eyes, Peterson and Bellows, puzzled by the robes, think they are crazy as Jeannie blinks them back into uniform.

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    • EPISODE 7

    Biggest Star In Hollywood

    Tony and Dr. Bellows leave for Hollywood on NASA business. Gary Owens and George Schlatter of Laugh In see Jeannie pop in and out of a mirror as she waves goodbye to Tony. Roger overhears them ask Jeannie to appear on their show and immediately takes over as her agent. He convinces Jeannie to go along with his plans so she can impress Tory as a Hollywood celebrity. At the hotel in Hollywood, Roger tries to keep Tony from meeting Jeannie, whom he has billed as "Princess Anitra." However, a news photographer snaps them together in a corridor at midnight.. Tony convinces Bellows he was sleepwalking, but worries when Judy Carne shows him the picture. Determined to get Jeannie back to Cocoa Beach, Tony imprisons Jeannie in her bottle and tells Dr. Bellows it's shaving lotion. When Flip Wilson and Arte Johnson come to escort Jeannie to the studio, Dr. Bellows is shaving: As he opens Jeannie's bottle, she blinks and a baby skunk appears. Bellows emerges, choking. To elude him, Roger climbs out on the window ledge. Tony announces that Princess Anitra will not appear on the Laugh In, but Roger, still resolved to make it big as Jeannie's agent, grabs the bottle and declares the show will go on.

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    Tony and Dr. Bellows leave for Hollywood on NASA business. Gary Owens and George Schlatter of Laugh In see Jeannie pop in and out of a mirror as she waves goodbye to Tony. Roger overhears them ask Jeannie to appear on their show and immediately takes over as her agent. He convinces Jeannie to go along with his plans so she can impress Tory as a Hollywood celebrity. At the hotel in Hollywood, Roger tries to keep Tony from meeting Jeannie, whom he has billed as "Princess Anitra." However, a news photographer snaps them together in a corridor at midnight.. Tony convinces Bellows he was sleepwalking, but worries when Judy Carne shows him the picture. Determined to get Jeannie back to Cocoa Beach, Tony imprisons Jeannie in her bottle and tells Dr. Bellows it's shaving lotion. When Flip Wilson and Arte Johnson come to escort Jeannie to the studio, Dr. Bellows is shaving: As he opens Jeannie's bottle, she blinks and a baby skunk appears. Bellows emerges, choking. To elude him, Roger climbs out on the window ledge. Tony announces that Princess Anitra will not appear on the Laugh In, but Roger, still resolved to make it big as Jeannie's agent, grabs the bottle and declares the show will go on.

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    • EPISODE 8

    The Case of the Porcelain Puppy

    After Jeannie reads how to turn things into porcelain in the Genie Journal, Tony finds that his report to Dr. Bellows is now porcelain. He explains he has taken up ceramics as a hobby. At home, Tony finds that Jeannie is taking care of Djinn Djinn, the invisible, uniform-hating dog, for a few days. Mrs. Bellows sees the porcelain report and asks to see more of Tony's work. Learning that the Bellows are coming, Tony asks Jeannie to turn the garage into a workshop. There, Jeannie accidentally turns Djinn Djinn into porcelain and pops off to Baghdad for the antidote. Amanda sees the porcelain dog and insists she wants it. Dr. Ferber, an art expert, declares it's a priceless 15th Century Peking Dog. When Tony tries to smash it, Dr. Bellows puts the dog in the NASA vault. Jeannie is shocked to find Djinn Djinn locked in a safe. When Gen. Peterson learns the statue was modeled after the dog that once bit him, he opens the safe to check. As Jeannie blinks, Djinn Djinn, now invisible, pops out and rips into everybody. The General calls Bellows a mad fiend for putting a dog in a safe. Posing as a little old lady, Jeannie retrieves Djinn Djinn. When Dr. Bellows asks for the statue, Jeannie blinks. Shattered pottery pops in at her feet and Dr. Ferber sobs for the lost treasure.

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    After Jeannie reads how to turn things into porcelain in the Genie Journal, Tony finds that his report to Dr. Bellows is now porcelain. He explains he has taken up ceramics as a hobby. At home, Tony finds that Jeannie is taking care of Djinn Djinn, the invisible, uniform-hating dog, for a few days. Mrs. Bellows sees the porcelain report and asks to see more of Tony's work. Learning that the Bellows are coming, Tony asks Jeannie to turn the garage into a workshop. There, Jeannie accidentally turns Djinn Djinn into porcelain and pops off to Baghdad for the antidote. Amanda sees the porcelain dog and insists she wants it. Dr. Ferber, an art expert, declares it's a priceless 15th Century Peking Dog. When Tony tries to smash it, Dr. Bellows puts the dog in the NASA vault. Jeannie is shocked to find Djinn Djinn locked in a safe. When Gen. Peterson learns the statue was modeled after the dog that once bit him, he opens the safe to check. As Jeannie blinks, Djinn Djinn, now invisible, pops out and rips into everybody. The General calls Bellows a mad fiend for putting a dog in a safe. Posing as a little old lady, Jeannie retrieves Djinn Djinn. When Dr. Bellows asks for the statue, Jeannie blinks. Shattered pottery pops in at her feet and Dr. Ferber sobs for the lost treasure.

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    • EPISODE 9

    Jeannie for the Defense

    In Clarkston, a trap for unwary motorists from the city, Tony brushes Edgar Crawford's car. Crawford pretends serious injury and his wife Thelma, begins to scream. Arrested and put in a cell with a drunk, Tony won't allow Roger to call Jeannie for help. She learns What happened when Roger phones Dr. Bellows. The drunk is incredulous when Jeannie blinks up food and finally whisks the cell back home. Tony orders her to change everything back, but to speed up Dr. Bellows. Crawford arrives at the trial in a wheelchair and Cashman, Tony's attorney, practically joins the DA, Farrow and Judge Miller in convicting him. Tony finally takes over his own defense. Jeannie speeds up Bellows' car and succeeds in turning the trial into a shambles. Tony realizes Crawford is the only one who can prove his innocence. When Jeannie blinks, Crawford's wheel chair smashes into a wall. Crawford dumps up, proving he's in perfect shape, as his wife chases him out of the courtroom. With Jeannie's help in speeding up his car, Bellows arrives, handcuffed to a traffic cop.

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    In Clarkston, a trap for unwary motorists from the city, Tony brushes Edgar Crawford's car. Crawford pretends serious injury and his wife Thelma, begins to scream. Arrested and put in a cell with a drunk, Tony won't allow Roger to call Jeannie for help. She learns What happened when Roger phones Dr. Bellows. The drunk is incredulous when Jeannie blinks up food and finally whisks the cell back home. Tony orders her to change everything back, but to speed up Dr. Bellows. Crawford arrives at the trial in a wheelchair and Cashman, Tony's attorney, practically joins the DA, Farrow and Judge Miller in convicting him. Tony finally takes over his own defense. Jeannie speeds up Bellows' car and succeeds in turning the trial into a shambles. Tony realizes Crawford is the only one who can prove his innocence. When Jeannie blinks, Crawford's wheel chair smashes into a wall. Crawford dumps up, proving he's in perfect shape, as his wife chases him out of the courtroom. With Jeannie's help in speeding up his car, Bellows arrives, handcuffed to a traffic cop.

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    • EPISODE 10

    Nobody Loves a Fat Astronaut

    Jeannie II learns that Tony would turn against anyone who interfered with his trip to the moon. Listing the dangers involved, she persuades Jeannie to try to get Tony to resign. At NASA, Gen. Schaeffer, Dr. Bellows, Roger and Tony are studying a movie of the moon's surface. When Jeannie fails to get Tony to resign Jeannie II takes over. Soon Tony is terrorized as roaring tigers and freight trains, invisible to everyone else, leap from the screen. General Schaeffer asks Dr. Bellows to check Tony's mental condition. Jeannie II steps up the terror and Tony is dropped from the flight. Sure Jeannie is responsible, Tony declares they're through. Tony convinces Jeannie that modern technology will guard him against all the dangers he will meet. Dr. Bellows decides to check the astronauts' weight. Jeannie II goes to work again and soon Tony weighs 300 pounds. When Tony convinces Jeannie II that he loves her, she blinks him back to normal. Roger pops a towel over her eyes so she can't blink, then hides her in a closet. Seeing Tony at his normal weight, Gen. Schaeffer decides there must be something wrong with Dr. Bellows. When the closet opens, Roger weighs 300 pounds and begins screaming for Jeannie.

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    Jeannie II learns that Tony would turn against anyone who interfered with his trip to the moon. Listing the dangers involved, she persuades Jeannie to try to get Tony to resign. At NASA, Gen. Schaeffer, Dr. Bellows, Roger and Tony are studying a movie of the moon's surface. When Jeannie fails to get Tony to resign Jeannie II takes over. Soon Tony is terrorized as roaring tigers and freight trains, invisible to everyone else, leap from the screen. General Schaeffer asks Dr. Bellows to check Tony's mental condition. Jeannie II steps up the terror and Tony is dropped from the flight. Sure Jeannie is responsible, Tony declares they're through. Tony convinces Jeannie that modern technology will guard him against all the dangers he will meet. Dr. Bellows decides to check the astronauts' weight. Jeannie II goes to work again and soon Tony weighs 300 pounds. When Tony convinces Jeannie II that he loves her, she blinks him back to normal. Roger pops a towel over her eyes so she can't blink, then hides her in a closet. Seeing Tony at his normal weight, Gen. Schaeffer decides there must be something wrong with Dr. Bellows. When the closet opens, Roger weighs 300 pounds and begins screaming for Jeannie.

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    • EPISODE 11

    My Double-Crossing Master

    Tony bets with Roger that Jeannie is loyal and asks her to meet him at NASA. Then, disguised as "Geoffrey Tiffin-Smythe," he tells her Tony was called away. He is shocked when she agrees to lunch with him instead. Dr. Bellows assumes "Geoffrey" is a visiting English psychiatrist and insists on a consultation. "Geoffrey" tells Jeannie he can't lunch with her and invites her to dinner. Dr. Bellows unburdens himself and relates his problems with Major Nelson. "Geoffrey" cites Dr. Freud and advises Bellows not to inhibit Major Nelson. At home, Tony states he's working late. Jeannie replies she's going out with her old Uncle Geoffrey. Expecting "Geoffrey," Jeannie blinks out all trace of Tony. Roger meets "Geoffrey" and thinks he has won the bet. Tony wagers another $50 that Jeannie will say goodbye to "Geoffrey." Hiding, Roger sees Jeannie kissing "Geoffrey." Before Tony comes home, Jeannie blinks everything back. When Dr. Bellows arrives, asking for "Geoffrey," Tony runs in and out, switching from his own identity to "Geoffrey." Bellows wants to see them together and Tony thinks it over. When Jeannie produces another "Geoffrey," Tony realizes she knew all along. Jeannie explains she loves him, no matter who he is. As Roger berates Jeannie for deceiving Tony, Tony rips off his disguise. Roger pays off the bet.

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    Tony bets with Roger that Jeannie is loyal and asks her to meet him at NASA. Then, disguised as "Geoffrey Tiffin-Smythe," he tells her Tony was called away. He is shocked when she agrees to lunch with him instead. Dr. Bellows assumes "Geoffrey" is a visiting English psychiatrist and insists on a consultation. "Geoffrey" tells Jeannie he can't lunch with her and invites her to dinner. Dr. Bellows unburdens himself and relates his problems with Major Nelson. "Geoffrey" cites Dr. Freud and advises Bellows not to inhibit Major Nelson. At home, Tony states he's working late. Jeannie replies she's going out with her old Uncle Geoffrey. Expecting "Geoffrey," Jeannie blinks out all trace of Tony. Roger meets "Geoffrey" and thinks he has won the bet. Tony wagers another $50 that Jeannie will say goodbye to "Geoffrey." Hiding, Roger sees Jeannie kissing "Geoffrey." Before Tony comes home, Jeannie blinks everything back. When Dr. Bellows arrives, asking for "Geoffrey," Tony runs in and out, switching from his own identity to "Geoffrey." Bellows wants to see them together and Tony thinks it over. When Jeannie produces another "Geoffrey," Tony realizes she knew all along. Jeannie explains she loves him, no matter who he is. As Roger berates Jeannie for deceiving Tony, Tony rips off his disguise. Roger pays off the bet.

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    Have You Ever Had a Genie Hate You?

    Jeannie's wicked sister gives her two flasks of magic lotion a white one for love, a blue one for hate. She directs Jeannie to sprinkle a few drops of the white on Tony for herself. A few drops make Jeannie hate Tony and she pops him into the oven. As the flames roar, Roger stops by and dabs on some of the blue. Jeannie throws herself into Roger's arms declaring her love for her new master. Roger makes her pop Tony out of the oven but she warns she'll put him back if he even speaks her name. She blinks him under a guillotine then relents, but freezes his blood. Tony disrupts a conference by complaining of cold and frostbite, although, its 90 degrees. He explains its Operation Deep Freeze to Dr. Bellows. Roger makes lists of luxuries. Tony speaks to Jeannie again and is encased in ice. Jeannie II promises to make Tony the world's most famous playboy. He learns how she made Jeannie hate him but Jeannie II switches flasks again. At Roger's apartment, lavishly decorated, and filled with pretty girls, Roger is about to marry Jeannie. Tony uses some lotion and is shocked to land under a swinging scimitar. Roger dabs some on and joins him. Tony tricks Jeannie into pouring the other lotion on him. At once she loves him again. He rescues Roger empties the flasks and tells Jeannie her sister's plans. Jeannie II is horrified to find Tony an old man, and leaves. Tony asks Jeannie to change him back, but she feels he won't be bothered by other women this way.

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    Jeannie's wicked sister gives her two flasks of magic lotion a white one for love, a blue one for hate. She directs Jeannie to sprinkle a few drops of the white on Tony for herself. A few drops make Jeannie hate Tony and she pops him into the oven. As the flames roar, Roger stops by and dabs on some of the blue. Jeannie throws herself into Roger's arms declaring her love for her new master. Roger makes her pop Tony out of the oven but she warns she'll put him back if he even speaks her name. She blinks him under a guillotine then relents, but freezes his blood. Tony disrupts a conference by complaining of cold and frostbite, although, its 90 degrees. He explains its Operation Deep Freeze to Dr. Bellows. Roger makes lists of luxuries. Tony speaks to Jeannie again and is encased in ice. Jeannie II promises to make Tony the world's most famous playboy. He learns how she made Jeannie hate him but Jeannie II switches flasks again. At Roger's apartment, lavishly decorated, and filled with pretty girls, Roger is about to marry Jeannie. Tony uses some lotion and is shocked to land under a swinging scimitar. Roger dabs some on and joins him. Tony tricks Jeannie into pouring the other lotion on him. At once she loves him again. He rescues Roger empties the flasks and tells Jeannie her sister's plans. Jeannie II is horrified to find Tony an old man, and leaves. Tony asks Jeannie to change him back, but she feels he won't be bothered by other women this way.

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    • EPISODE 13

    Operation: First Couple On the Moon

    Jeannie II offers to make sure Tony doesn't get to the moon with a woman. After describing beautiful modern scientists, Dr. Bellows introduces homely Dr. Murdock. Tony persuades him to pick a married couple, then meets Prof. Swanson, who moonlights as a cocktail waitress. Jeannie II poses as Dr. Rita Walters. A computer matches Tony with Prof. Swanson but the final choice depends on a physical fitness test. Prof. Swanson is agile but eclipsed by Jeannie III, who will train with Tony. She assures Jeannie they won't go to the moon - she wants to go to Venus with Tony. Roger woos Prof. Swanson until her fiancée, Turk Parker, a professional linebacker, arrives. Jeannie reveals Dr. Walters is Jeannie II, but declares she'll be terrified when she's locked up in the simulated moon house. As Dr. Bellows observes on TV, Tony tries to panic Jeannie II, but gets hysterical himself. Trying weightlessness, he floats to the ceiling. Jeannie II calmly follows Bellows' instructions and crashes Tony to the floor. Jeannie can't understand until she realizes her sister felt secure with Tony. Tony lures Jeannie II into a cylinder, slams on the lid, and finally disposes of it as ''Classified Trash." In the moon house, Jeannie wants to go to the moon with Tony. Trying to leave her alone, Tony is pinned to the wall, then crashes off. Dr. Bellows decides to go to the moon himself. He scrubs the projects when Turk punches him in the eye. As Tony leaves for a party to meet some beautiful twins, Jeannie pins him to the wall again.

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    Jeannie II offers to make sure Tony doesn't get to the moon with a woman. After describing beautiful modern scientists, Dr. Bellows introduces homely Dr. Murdock. Tony persuades him to pick a married couple, then meets Prof. Swanson, who moonlights as a cocktail waitress. Jeannie II poses as Dr. Rita Walters. A computer matches Tony with Prof. Swanson but the final choice depends on a physical fitness test. Prof. Swanson is agile but eclipsed by Jeannie III, who will train with Tony. She assures Jeannie they won't go to the moon - she wants to go to Venus with Tony. Roger woos Prof. Swanson until her fiancée, Turk Parker, a professional linebacker, arrives. Jeannie reveals Dr. Walters is Jeannie II, but declares she'll be terrified when she's locked up in the simulated moon house. As Dr. Bellows observes on TV, Tony tries to panic Jeannie II, but gets hysterical himself. Trying weightlessness, he floats to the ceiling. Jeannie II calmly follows Bellows' instructions and crashes Tony to the floor. Jeannie can't understand until she realizes her sister felt secure with Tony. Tony lures Jeannie II into a cylinder, slams on the lid, and finally disposes of it as ''Classified Trash." In the moon house, Jeannie wants to go to the moon with Tony. Trying to leave her alone, Tony is pinned to the wall, then crashes off. Dr. Bellows decides to go to the moon himself. He scrubs the projects when Turk punches him in the eye. As Tony leaves for a party to meet some beautiful twins, Jeannie pins him to the wall again.

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    • EPISODE 14

    Haven't I Seen You Someplace Before?

    Jeannie gives Roger one birthday wish. Unwittingly Roger wishes he could
    change with Tony, who is set to fly Trailblazer One. From then on, Tony and Roger inhabit each
    other's bodies, although each has his own voice. Mrs. Bellows has a confusing meeting with
    Roger. Unable to phone Roger, Tony and Jeannie go to the Officers Club. On his wife's report
    of her strange encounter, Dr. Bellows picks up Roger at Tony's house. Tony, as Roger, has
    difficulties at the Club, first with the Maitre D', and then with one of Roger's girlfriends.
    Jeannie blinks up a bloodhound to find Roger. Dr. Bellows feels Tony has been working too
    hard. Roger looks into a mirror and suddenly remembers his wish. Hot on the scent, the
    bloodhound drags Jeannie and Tony on a wild chase. They cause chaos in a Chinese laundry,
    almost drowning in starch, then at the NASA hospital where Dr. Bellows orders Nurse Fromkis to
    hold Roger. Tony and dog are frozen is place when the laundry starch hardens. Hearing Tony and
    Roger speak in each other's voices, Dr. Bellows runs for Gen. Peterson. Tony foils Bellows
    with ventriloquism. Roger insists on going on the space flight in Tony's body. Jeannie finally
    persuades him to take back his wish. Tony blasts off but Roger gets another wish from Jeannie.
    Tony finds Roger on his lap as they rocket through space.

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    Jeannie gives Roger one birthday wish. Unwittingly Roger wishes he could
    change with Tony, who is set to fly Trailblazer One. From then on, Tony and Roger inhabit each
    other's bodies, although each has his own voice. Mrs. Bellows has a confusing meeting with
    Roger. Unable to phone Roger, Tony and Jeannie go to the Officers Club. On his wife's report
    of her strange encounter, Dr. Bellows picks up Roger at Tony's house. Tony, as Roger, has
    difficulties at the Club, first with the Maitre D', and then with one of Roger's girlfriends.
    Jeannie blinks up a bloodhound to find Roger. Dr. Bellows feels Tony has been working too
    hard. Roger looks into a mirror and suddenly remembers his wish. Hot on the scent, the
    bloodhound drags Jeannie and Tony on a wild chase. They cause chaos in a Chinese laundry,
    almost drowning in starch, then at the NASA hospital where Dr. Bellows orders Nurse Fromkis to
    hold Roger. Tony and dog are frozen is place when the laundry starch hardens. Hearing Tony and
    Roger speak in each other's voices, Dr. Bellows runs for Gen. Peterson. Tony foils Bellows
    with ventriloquism. Roger insists on going on the space flight in Tony's body. Jeannie finally
    persuades him to take back his wish. Tony blasts off but Roger gets another wish from Jeannie.
    Tony finds Roger on his lap as they rocket through space.

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    • EPISODE 15

    U.F. Ohhh! Jeannie!

    Tony and Roger land an experimental plane resembling a flying saucer in a
    field and are taken for Martians by a family of hillbillies. Forced to milk a cow, Tony
    squirts them with milk. He tries to escape with Roger but they trip and are hung up in the
    smokehouse. Jeannie appears with a picnic lunch and Clem, the teenage son, makes advances,
    mountain style. He demands a bear hug and finds a bear in his arms. Although inclined to shoot
    Tony and Roger before they tell revenue agents about their still, the hillbillies agree to
    phone NASA in the hope of a reward. Maw finds Clem suspended from a moose head and thinks
    Jeannie is a Martian, too. Paw prepares to shoot but Jeannie turns the gun to taffy. As she
    begins to blink out Tony and Roger, Paw knocks her out and hangs up all three with the hams
    again. Attracted to Roger, Daisy Lou frees them. Tony and Roger revive Jeannie with a drink
    from a bucket. Although giggling drunk on moonshine whiskey, Jeannie pops them to safety.
    While the hillbillies claim their reward, Dr. Bellows gapes as Tony and Roger, looking like
    Martians, emerge from the place. Back at the base, Gen. Charles orders Dr. Bellows to pull
    himself together as the astronauts, normal again, appear. Jeannie, in miniature, enjoys the
    situation.

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    Tony and Roger land an experimental plane resembling a flying saucer in a
    field and are taken for Martians by a family of hillbillies. Forced to milk a cow, Tony
    squirts them with milk. He tries to escape with Roger but they trip and are hung up in the
    smokehouse. Jeannie appears with a picnic lunch and Clem, the teenage son, makes advances,
    mountain style. He demands a bear hug and finds a bear in his arms. Although inclined to shoot
    Tony and Roger before they tell revenue agents about their still, the hillbillies agree to
    phone NASA in the hope of a reward. Maw finds Clem suspended from a moose head and thinks
    Jeannie is a Martian, too. Paw prepares to shoot but Jeannie turns the gun to taffy. As she
    begins to blink out Tony and Roger, Paw knocks her out and hangs up all three with the hams
    again. Attracted to Roger, Daisy Lou frees them. Tony and Roger revive Jeannie with a drink
    from a bucket. Although giggling drunk on moonshine whiskey, Jeannie pops them to safety.
    While the hillbillies claim their reward, Dr. Bellows gapes as Tony and Roger, looking like
    Martians, emerge from the place. Back at the base, Gen. Charles orders Dr. Bellows to pull
    himself together as the astronauts, normal again, appear. Jeannie, in miniature, enjoys the
    situation.

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    • EPISODE 16

    Jeannie and the Wild Pipchicks

    Jeannie's mother sends some homemade candy called Pipchicks. Tony eats one and
    has the strength of ten men. Jeannie explains it will soon wear off. Tony takes the Pipchicks
    to NASA where Dr. Bellows feels marvelous after sampling one and sends it to be analyzed. WAF
    Col. Finch thinks Tony made the candy and has solved the problem of space food. Although Tony
    protests he has no recipe, she transfers him to the Dietician's Section to concoct a fresh
    batch. Jeannie begs her mother for the recipe and gets a ten foot scroll with truckloads of
    ingredients. When Tony has trouble with the mixture, Jeannie blinks up a burro to stir it. The
    Pipchicks release all inhibitions. Col. Finch, becoming a playgirl, stalks Tony and Roger. Dr.
    Bellows imagines he's captain of a whaleboat and Roger becomes a martinet, strictly enforcing
    Army regulations. Tony sends Jeannie to her mother for an antidote after Gen. Peterson eats a
    Pipchick and mails some to the President and other top officials. When Peterson begins to
    repel an Indian attack, Tony locks him in and tries to intercept the mail. Jeannie finds him
    apparently talking to the mailbox and eats another Pipchick. Although everyone else is back to
    normal, they are still locked in. Believing he's a fireman, Tony chops down the door and
    squirts foam all over.

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    Jeannie's mother sends some homemade candy called Pipchicks. Tony eats one and
    has the strength of ten men. Jeannie explains it will soon wear off. Tony takes the Pipchicks
    to NASA where Dr. Bellows feels marvelous after sampling one and sends it to be analyzed. WAF
    Col. Finch thinks Tony made the candy and has solved the problem of space food. Although Tony
    protests he has no recipe, she transfers him to the Dietician's Section to concoct a fresh
    batch. Jeannie begs her mother for the recipe and gets a ten foot scroll with truckloads of
    ingredients. When Tony has trouble with the mixture, Jeannie blinks up a burro to stir it. The
    Pipchicks release all inhibitions. Col. Finch, becoming a playgirl, stalks Tony and Roger. Dr.
    Bellows imagines he's captain of a whaleboat and Roger becomes a martinet, strictly enforcing
    Army regulations. Tony sends Jeannie to her mother for an antidote after Gen. Peterson eats a
    Pipchick and mails some to the President and other top officials. When Peterson begins to
    repel an Indian attack, Tony locks him in and tries to intercept the mail. Jeannie finds him
    apparently talking to the mailbox and eats another Pipchick. Although everyone else is back to
    normal, they are still locked in. Believing he's a fireman, Tony chops down the door and
    squirts foam all over.

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    • EPISODE 17

    Tomorrow Is Not Another Day

    Tony's newspaper fails to arrive and Jeannie blinks up a copy, but gets the wrong date from Roger. Roger leaves with the sports section and Tony chokes on reading the headline, "Astronaut Breaks Leg in Accident." To protect Tony, Jeannie blinks up a plastic bubble, and puts him into slow motion. At the base, Dr. Bellows confers with Comdr. Ross about the next day's flight. Tony clutches the newspaper and voices concern for Roger. Dr. bellows scoffs at premonitions as ignorant superstition. To back up Tony, Jeannie causes a series of minor mishaps. When Tony becomes wedged between two cars, she changes his leg to iron. Roger finds his paper has all that day's race results and heads for the track. Tony feels this is dishonest and follows with Jeannie. Watching Roger pocket his winnings, two touts, follow his choice, but Jeannie changes the winning number. After they tear up their tickets she changes it back. Later, Dr. Bellows announces a delay in the test flight. He is stunned when Tony fills in the details of an accident to Comdr. Ross, who broke his leg, but asks for a tip on next day's races. Jeannie blinks up an advance newspaper for Roger but it's for next year. Roger grabs the stock page, with Tony in hot pursuit.

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    Tony's newspaper fails to arrive and Jeannie blinks up a copy, but gets the wrong date from Roger. Roger leaves with the sports section and Tony chokes on reading the headline, "Astronaut Breaks Leg in Accident." To protect Tony, Jeannie blinks up a plastic bubble, and puts him into slow motion. At the base, Dr. Bellows confers with Comdr. Ross about the next day's flight. Tony clutches the newspaper and voices concern for Roger. Dr. bellows scoffs at premonitions as ignorant superstition. To back up Tony, Jeannie causes a series of minor mishaps. When Tony becomes wedged between two cars, she changes his leg to iron. Roger finds his paper has all that day's race results and heads for the track. Tony feels this is dishonest and follows with Jeannie. Watching Roger pocket his winnings, two touts, follow his choice, but Jeannie changes the winning number. After they tear up their tickets she changes it back. Later, Dr. Bellows announces a delay in the test flight. He is stunned when Tony fills in the details of an accident to Comdr. Ross, who broke his leg, but asks for a tip on next day's races. Jeannie blinks up an advance newspaper for Roger but it's for next year. Roger grabs the stock page, with Tony in hot pursuit.

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    • EPISODE 18

    Abdullah

    Tony gets a shock when he finds Jeannie holding a baby. Then he learns she is
    minding Abdullah, her infant nephew, while his parents are on a belated honeymoon. Jeannie
    leaves to take over her brother's duties and Tony is left with the baby. To cover up, Roger
    tells Dr. Bellows a cold is keeping Tony at home. Hearing Roger's description of the symptoms,
    Bellows is sure Tony has developed Patagonian flu and rushes to examine him. Tony really feels
    sick when the doctor orders him into the hospital for observations. Roger takes over the care
    of Abdullah. Sally, one of Roger's girl friends, thinks the baby is his, and slaps him. Trying
    frantically to get out of the hospital, Tony mimics Dr. Bellows on the phone and orders his
    own release. He is about to escape when Roger arrives with the baby. Tony and Roger
    unwittingly take refuge in the maternity ward. When Frank Carson comes to visit his expectant
    wife, Tony hides ones the bedclothes and is soon on his way to the delivery room. Dr. Bellows
    is sure he's delirious. Later, Jeannie tells Tony the baby is back with its parents. Then Dr.
    Bellows reports that Tony has Persian flu, the first case in 2000 years. A nod from Jeannie
    confirms Tony's suspicions that he caught it from Abdullah.

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    Tony gets a shock when he finds Jeannie holding a baby. Then he learns she is
    minding Abdullah, her infant nephew, while his parents are on a belated honeymoon. Jeannie
    leaves to take over her brother's duties and Tony is left with the baby. To cover up, Roger
    tells Dr. Bellows a cold is keeping Tony at home. Hearing Roger's description of the symptoms,
    Bellows is sure Tony has developed Patagonian flu and rushes to examine him. Tony really feels
    sick when the doctor orders him into the hospital for observations. Roger takes over the care
    of Abdullah. Sally, one of Roger's girl friends, thinks the baby is his, and slaps him. Trying
    frantically to get out of the hospital, Tony mimics Dr. Bellows on the phone and orders his
    own release. He is about to escape when Roger arrives with the baby. Tony and Roger
    unwittingly take refuge in the maternity ward. When Frank Carson comes to visit his expectant
    wife, Tony hides ones the bedclothes and is soon on his way to the delivery room. Dr. Bellows
    is sure he's delirious. Later, Jeannie tells Tony the baby is back with its parents. Then Dr.
    Bellows reports that Tony has Persian flu, the first case in 2000 years. A nod from Jeannie
    confirms Tony's suspicions that he caught it from Abdullah.

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    • EPISODE 19

    Have You Heard the One About the Used Car Salesman?

    Unable to start his car, Tony calls Jeannie to help. She knocks over a lamp
    post and a policeman gives Tony a bunch of tickets. Jeannie blinks them to a TV studio where
    Tony tapes an interview show, "The Hot Seat". They meet Dr. Bellows and his wife and her
    cousin, Homer. Tony introduces Jeannie as his cousin, and Homer immediately moves in. Unable
    to fend him off, Jeannie embroils Homer with a coffee machine, leaving him drenched,. She pops
    over to Tucker's Car Lot to have Tony's car repaired but Tucker persuades her to sell it for
    $400. At the Bellows' home, everyone watches "The Hot Seat," sponsored by Tucker. Jeannie
    finds a price tag of $1699 on Tony's car. She ruins Tucker's pitch on TV by exposing him as a
    cheat. When the Bellows and Homer see Jeannie on TV, Tony and Roger wreck the set. Jeannie gets
    Tucker's promise to be honest and buys back Tony's car for $400. Tucker gapes as she blinks it
    into shape and rides off in the back seat, chased by the cop. He accepts Tony's explanation
    that the driver-less car is a space control device, assuming Jeannie is a computer, but takes
    them all to the police station. Tony pretends to push a button and Jeannie pops out. He
    announces he activated the "self destruct" to maintain project security. Later, Tucker appears
    at Tony's house with a $500 car repair bill. From her bottle, Jeannie blinks and the car
    begins to fall apart.

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    Unable to start his car, Tony calls Jeannie to help. She knocks over a lamp
    post and a policeman gives Tony a bunch of tickets. Jeannie blinks them to a TV studio where
    Tony tapes an interview show, "The Hot Seat". They meet Dr. Bellows and his wife and her
    cousin, Homer. Tony introduces Jeannie as his cousin, and Homer immediately moves in. Unable
    to fend him off, Jeannie embroils Homer with a coffee machine, leaving him drenched,. She pops
    over to Tucker's Car Lot to have Tony's car repaired but Tucker persuades her to sell it for
    $400. At the Bellows' home, everyone watches "The Hot Seat," sponsored by Tucker. Jeannie
    finds a price tag of $1699 on Tony's car. She ruins Tucker's pitch on TV by exposing him as a
    cheat. When the Bellows and Homer see Jeannie on TV, Tony and Roger wreck the set. Jeannie gets
    Tucker's promise to be honest and buys back Tony's car for $400. Tucker gapes as she blinks it
    into shape and rides off in the back seat, chased by the cop. He accepts Tony's explanation
    that the driver-less car is a space control device, assuming Jeannie is a computer, but takes
    them all to the police station. Tony pretends to push a button and Jeannie pops out. He
    announces he activated the "self destruct" to maintain project security. Later, Tucker appears
    at Tony's house with a $500 car repair bill. From her bottle, Jeannie blinks and the car
    begins to fall apart.

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    • EPISODE 20

    Djinn Djinn, Go Home

    Mrs. Bellows falls in love with a stray dog at Tony's house. While she is in
    the garage, the dog suddenly becomes invisible and attacks Tony. He dissuades Mrs. Bellows
    from taking the dog home while he seeks its owner. After the dog turns on Tony and Roger,
    Jeannie explains it is her own Djnn Djinn, who tracked her all the way from Baghdad. Tony
    yields to her please to keep the dog. At NASA as Dr. Bellows inquires about the dog for his
    wife, Djinn Djinn, invisible, bites Tony again. Jeannie suggests that Tony walk the dog to
    make friends with it. When Djinn Djinn pops out to chase a cat, the Bellows meet Tony dragging
    an empty leash. Mrs. Bellows decides to take the dog and Tony worries what will happen if
    Djinn Djinn vanishes before her eyes. Jeannie pops into NASA where Tony and Roger float in the
    air for experiments in weightlessness. Mrs. Bellows leaves the dog in her husband's office and
    it rips his uniform to shreds. Dr. Bellows comes to ask Tony to take the dog back. While he is
    gone, the unseen Djinn Djinn tears into General Peterson. Later, Jeannie explains that the
    dog, mistreated by palace guards as a puppy, hates uniforms. After Djinn Djinn rips off Mrs.
    Bellows' new military looking dress, Jeannie, posing as a little old lady, retrieves the dog.
    Tony, sure the dog likes him when he's out of uniform, is puzzled when Djinn Djinn turns
    ferocious again.

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    Mrs. Bellows falls in love with a stray dog at Tony's house. While she is in
    the garage, the dog suddenly becomes invisible and attacks Tony. He dissuades Mrs. Bellows
    from taking the dog home while he seeks its owner. After the dog turns on Tony and Roger,
    Jeannie explains it is her own Djnn Djinn, who tracked her all the way from Baghdad. Tony
    yields to her please to keep the dog. At NASA as Dr. Bellows inquires about the dog for his
    wife, Djinn Djinn, invisible, bites Tony again. Jeannie suggests that Tony walk the dog to
    make friends with it. When Djinn Djinn pops out to chase a cat, the Bellows meet Tony dragging
    an empty leash. Mrs. Bellows decides to take the dog and Tony worries what will happen if
    Djinn Djinn vanishes before her eyes. Jeannie pops into NASA where Tony and Roger float in the
    air for experiments in weightlessness. Mrs. Bellows leaves the dog in her husband's office and
    it rips his uniform to shreds. Dr. Bellows comes to ask Tony to take the dog back. While he is
    gone, the unseen Djinn Djinn tears into General Peterson. Later, Jeannie explains that the
    dog, mistreated by palace guards as a puppy, hates uniforms. After Djinn Djinn rips off Mrs.
    Bellows' new military looking dress, Jeannie, posing as a little old lady, retrieves the dog.
    Tony, sure the dog likes him when he's out of uniform, is puzzled when Djinn Djinn turns
    ferocious again.

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    • EPISODE 21

    The Strongest Man In the World

    Tony faces extinction in trying to rescue Jeannie from a gang of hoodlums.
    Jeannie blinks and Gen. Hamilton sees Tony knock out the whole gang. The General decided "One
    Punch Nelson" will represent the Air Force in the Armed Forces Boxing Tournament. He's sure
    he'll finally win a bet from Marine General Gutzy Gorman, whose fighters have been beating the
    Air Force for years. Tony tries to have Dr. Bellows pronounce him unfit, but Bellows refuses,
    and even has his wife bet $1 on Tony. To build up his confidence, Jeannie has Tony splitting
    table and tapping through doors with his bare hands. Mrs. Bellows persuades Jerry Quarry,
    husband of an old school chum, to train Tony. It is hard going until Jeannie blinks and Tony
    knocks Jerry out. Jeannie gets trapped in a locker dust before the big bout. Tony hits Killer
    Culligan but loses confidence when he stays on his feet. Killer bats him around until a man in
    the locker room finally frees Jeannie. One blink and Tony sends Killer through the ropes. Her
    work ended, Jeannie leaves, and Tony falls, out cold. The referee takes Jerry's suggestion and
    calls the match a draw. Later, Tony introduces Jerry to the new champion of the Armed Forces -
    Jeannie.

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    Tony faces extinction in trying to rescue Jeannie from a gang of hoodlums.
    Jeannie blinks and Gen. Hamilton sees Tony knock out the whole gang. The General decided "One
    Punch Nelson" will represent the Air Force in the Armed Forces Boxing Tournament. He's sure
    he'll finally win a bet from Marine General Gutzy Gorman, whose fighters have been beating the
    Air Force for years. Tony tries to have Dr. Bellows pronounce him unfit, but Bellows refuses,
    and even has his wife bet $1 on Tony. To build up his confidence, Jeannie has Tony splitting
    table and tapping through doors with his bare hands. Mrs. Bellows persuades Jerry Quarry,
    husband of an old school chum, to train Tony. It is hard going until Jeannie blinks and Tony
    knocks Jerry out. Jeannie gets trapped in a locker dust before the big bout. Tony hits Killer
    Culligan but loses confidence when he stays on his feet. Killer bats him around until a man in
    the locker room finally frees Jeannie. One blink and Tony sends Killer through the ropes. Her
    work ended, Jeannie leaves, and Tony falls, out cold. The referee takes Jerry's suggestion and
    calls the match a draw. Later, Tony introduces Jerry to the new champion of the Armed Forces -
    Jeannie.

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    The Indispensable Jeannie

    To test whether Tony and Roger can stand each other on a trip to the moon, Dr.
    Bellows orders Roger to move in with Tony. Since must do their own housekeeping, Tony sends
    Jeannie away for a week. A rift develops when 3 beautiful girls help Roger move in. Forced to
    leave the house while Roger is entertaining, Tony confides resentment to a soda jerk, who
    tells Dr. Bellows. Jeannie secretly cleans up the house and arranges to have every wish
    granted in her absence. Arriving to check, Dr: Bellows sees a cup of coffee in the air. When
    Tony and Roger quarrel about it, Dr. Bellows decides they can't work together, but defers his
    final decision. Tony and Roger realize what Jeannie did and test it by summoning a beautiful
    girl. Bellows returns to find the astronauts a perfect team, but when he wishes he knew the
    truth about the coffee, the quarrel begins again. Bellows decides to separate them and leaves.
    Roger wishes the roof would fall in, and it does. Tony asks Jeannie for help, and she slyly
    starts a fight between Dr. Bellows and his wife over a cocktail waitress. When Tony asks if
    they plan to separate, Dr. Bellows realizes he has been wrong in breaking up the team of
    astronauts. Roger remarks that a little tiff shouldn't make the roof fall in. Jeannie blinks,
    and it does.

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    To test whether Tony and Roger can stand each other on a trip to the moon, Dr.
    Bellows orders Roger to move in with Tony. Since must do their own housekeeping, Tony sends
    Jeannie away for a week. A rift develops when 3 beautiful girls help Roger move in. Forced to
    leave the house while Roger is entertaining, Tony confides resentment to a soda jerk, who
    tells Dr. Bellows. Jeannie secretly cleans up the house and arranges to have every wish
    granted in her absence. Arriving to check, Dr: Bellows sees a cup of coffee in the air. When
    Tony and Roger quarrel about it, Dr. Bellows decides they can't work together, but defers his
    final decision. Tony and Roger realize what Jeannie did and test it by summoning a beautiful
    girl. Bellows returns to find the astronauts a perfect team, but when he wishes he knew the
    truth about the coffee, the quarrel begins again. Bellows decides to separate them and leaves.
    Roger wishes the roof would fall in, and it does. Tony asks Jeannie for help, and she slyly
    starts a fight between Dr. Bellows and his wife over a cocktail waitress. When Tony asks if
    they plan to separate, Dr. Bellows realizes he has been wrong in breaking up the team of
    astronauts. Roger remarks that a little tiff shouldn't make the roof fall in. Jeannie blinks,
    and it does.

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    Jeannie and the Top Secret Secret

    To celebrate the anniversary of their first meeting, Jeannie surprises Tony by
    moving the house to Niagara Falls. He has her blink it back and promises to take her out.
    Then, Dr. Bellows orders him to deliver a film to the Pentagon, travelling secretly as a
    civilian. Tony asks Roger to take Jeannie out. Suspicious when Tony dresses up, Jeannie
    overhears Dr. Bellows mention Sgt. Marion. At the airport, Tony bumps into Valerie, a pretty
    girl. Aboard the plane, he accidentally trips her and she lands on his lap. Jeannie, posing as
    a stewardess, almost strangles them with their seat belts. Tony adjusts Valerie's chair and
    Jeannie plunges it back, flipping over all the passengers and then makes him spill a drink on
    Valerie. Seeing the film chained to Tony's wrist, Jeannie blinks. The generals expect a film
    on space projects. Instead, they see Tony and Roger imitating birds, flapping wooden wings and
    crashing a glider hitched to a car. They demand a Congressional investigation and court
    martial for Dr. Bellows. At home, as Roger and Jeannie plan their wedding, Tony phones for
    help. She tells him to ask Marion. Shocked to learn that Marion is a man, Jeannie promises to
    fix the film. Tony announces the first film was a psychological test. As he assures Dr.
    Bellows the real film will now be shown, HAPPY ANNIVERSARY, MASTER! flashes on the
    screen.

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    To celebrate the anniversary of their first meeting, Jeannie surprises Tony by
    moving the house to Niagara Falls. He has her blink it back and promises to take her out.
    Then, Dr. Bellows orders him to deliver a film to the Pentagon, travelling secretly as a
    civilian. Tony asks Roger to take Jeannie out. Suspicious when Tony dresses up, Jeannie
    overhears Dr. Bellows mention Sgt. Marion. At the airport, Tony bumps into Valerie, a pretty
    girl. Aboard the plane, he accidentally trips her and she lands on his lap. Jeannie, posing as
    a stewardess, almost strangles them with their seat belts. Tony adjusts Valerie's chair and
    Jeannie plunges it back, flipping over all the passengers and then makes him spill a drink on
    Valerie. Seeing the film chained to Tony's wrist, Jeannie blinks. The generals expect a film
    on space projects. Instead, they see Tony and Roger imitating birds, flapping wooden wings and
    crashing a glider hitched to a car. They demand a Congressional investigation and court
    martial for Dr. Bellows. At home, as Roger and Jeannie plan their wedding, Tony phones for
    help. She tells him to ask Marion. Shocked to learn that Marion is a man, Jeannie promises to
    fix the film. Tony announces the first film was a psychological test. As he assures Dr.
    Bellows the real film will now be shown, HAPPY ANNIVERSARY, MASTER! flashes on the
    screen.

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    • EPISODE 24

    How to Marry An Astronaut

    Jeannie's sister, married 47 times, tells her she's using the wrong methods to
    get Tony to propose. Wanting Tony for herself, Jeannie II pretends she is after Roger and
    instructs Jeannie to copy her moves to hook him. Wary of Jeannie II at first, Roger succumbs
    when she grants his every wish. Although Jeannie tries the same with Tony, everything goes
    wrong. Tony recounts the unpleasant experiences Roger had with Jeannie II in the past, but he
    proposes to her anyway. Tony agrees to be best man and the ceremony is planned for Dr.
    Bellows' garden. Tony confides his misgivings to Dr. Bellows. Feeling that his best friend's
    impending marriage has unhinged Tony, Bellows order's him to behave as a best man should. With
    the minister about to pronounce the final words, Jeannie II blinks and the best man and the
    groom exchange places. Horrified, Jeannie blinks and Tony and Roger switch again. In a duel
    between the sisters, everyone is enveloped in a dense fog and Jeannie manages to trap her
    sister in a bottle. Dressed as she is for a wedding, Jeannie makes a last futile attempt to
    lead Tony to the altar.

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    Jeannie's sister, married 47 times, tells her she's using the wrong methods to
    get Tony to propose. Wanting Tony for herself, Jeannie II pretends she is after Roger and
    instructs Jeannie to copy her moves to hook him. Wary of Jeannie II at first, Roger succumbs
    when she grants his every wish. Although Jeannie tries the same with Tony, everything goes
    wrong. Tony recounts the unpleasant experiences Roger had with Jeannie II in the past, but he
    proposes to her anyway. Tony agrees to be best man and the ceremony is planned for Dr.
    Bellows' garden. Tony confides his misgivings to Dr. Bellows. Feeling that his best friend's
    impending marriage has unhinged Tony, Bellows order's him to behave as a best man should. With
    the minister about to pronounce the final words, Jeannie II blinks and the best man and the
    groom exchange places. Horrified, Jeannie blinks and Tony and Roger switch again. In a duel
    between the sisters, everyone is enveloped in a dense fog and Jeannie manages to trap her
    sister in a bottle. Dressed as she is for a wedding, Jeannie makes a last futile attempt to
    lead Tony to the altar.

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    • EPISODE 25

    Dr. Bellows Goes Sane

    Dr. Bellows sends General Peterson a report noting every strange incident in
    Tony's career. Incredulous, Peterson feels that Bellows has lost his mind. He orders Dr.
    Corbett, a young psychiatrist, to take over Dr. Bellows' post. Tony is worried that Corbett,
    adept at using every new method, will learn the truth. Tony appeals to Jeannie for help to
    prove that Bellows is sane. Everything they do only convinces Gen. Peterson that he's been
    right about Bellows. Trying once more, Tony has Jeannie become Dr. Corbett's secretary, with
    instructions to drive him crazy. When everything they do fails, Tony tells Jeannie to make a
    bear appear in Corbett 's office. Tony uses Corbett's hypno disc to put the doctor into a
    trance. When the bear picks him up, Corbett is sure it's Tony. Hypnotized, the psychiatrist
    tells Peterson that the bear is Tony acting out a childhood fantasy. Sure that Corbett is not
    too sane, Peterson reassigns Tony to Dr. Bellows' care. Corbett tells Dr. Bellows his version
    of the incident. Tony and Roger start worrying when the two psychiatrists begin comparing
    notes.

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    Dr. Bellows sends General Peterson a report noting every strange incident in
    Tony's career. Incredulous, Peterson feels that Bellows has lost his mind. He orders Dr.
    Corbett, a young psychiatrist, to take over Dr. Bellows' post. Tony is worried that Corbett,
    adept at using every new method, will learn the truth. Tony appeals to Jeannie for help to
    prove that Bellows is sane. Everything they do only convinces Gen. Peterson that he's been
    right about Bellows. Trying once more, Tony has Jeannie become Dr. Corbett's secretary, with
    instructions to drive him crazy. When everything they do fails, Tony tells Jeannie to make a
    bear appear in Corbett 's office. Tony uses Corbett's hypno disc to put the doctor into a
    trance. When the bear picks him up, Corbett is sure it's Tony. Hypnotized, the psychiatrist
    tells Peterson that the bear is Tony acting out a childhood fantasy. Sure that Corbett is not
    too sane, Peterson reassigns Tony to Dr. Bellows' care. Corbett tells Dr. Bellows his version
    of the incident. Tony and Roger start worrying when the two psychiatrists begin comparing
    notes.

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    • EPISODE 26

    Jeannie the Guru

    Tony finds that his new neighbors are Gen. Schaeffer and his hippie daughter,
    Suzie. Suzie learns Jeannie's secret and holds it as a threat over Tony. She runs a party in
    Tony's home and a weird assortment of hippies, with musical instruments arrive. The uproar
    brings the General to Tony's door but Jeannie blinks. up a Good Humor truck blaring the same
    music. Leaving for a trip, the General puts Suzie into Tony's charge with orders to keep out
    Harold, a hip poet. The General returns unexpectedly and Jeannie blinks Harold into a closet..
    Harold and Suzie hail her as a guru. Mayor Bellows sees Tony in his wildly painted car, the
    work of Suzie and Harold. Jeannie changes Tony into an unrecognizable hippie Roger bears the
    brunt of Gen. Schaeffer's wrath and is given an exhausting assignment. Suzie orders Tony to
    announce her marriage to Harold to her father, or she will tell what she knows about Jeannie.
    The General orders Tony to join Roger. Later, as Tony tries to keep him from seeing Harold,
    Jeannie blinks the hippie into complete respectability. The General accepts Harold, but now
    Suzie rejects him. She takes up with Herman, a hulking motorcyclist, and announces he will be
    Tony's houseguest for a few weeks.

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    Tony finds that his new neighbors are Gen. Schaeffer and his hippie daughter,
    Suzie. Suzie learns Jeannie's secret and holds it as a threat over Tony. She runs a party in
    Tony's home and a weird assortment of hippies, with musical instruments arrive. The uproar
    brings the General to Tony's door but Jeannie blinks. up a Good Humor truck blaring the same
    music. Leaving for a trip, the General puts Suzie into Tony's charge with orders to keep out
    Harold, a hip poet. The General returns unexpectedly and Jeannie blinks Harold into a closet..
    Harold and Suzie hail her as a guru. Mayor Bellows sees Tony in his wildly painted car, the
    work of Suzie and Harold. Jeannie changes Tony into an unrecognizable hippie Roger bears the
    brunt of Gen. Schaeffer's wrath and is given an exhausting assignment. Suzie orders Tony to
    announce her marriage to Harold to her father, or she will tell what she knows about Jeannie.
    The General orders Tony to join Roger. Later, as Tony tries to keep him from seeing Harold,
    Jeannie blinks the hippie into complete respectability. The General accepts Harold, but now
    Suzie rejects him. She takes up with Herman, a hulking motorcyclist, and announces he will be
    Tony's houseguest for a few weeks.

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    • 24 Minutes
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