I Dream of Jeannie




I Dream of Jeannie

TV Series: Season 02; Episode #30: "My Master, the Swinging Bachelor" (04/17/67)

When Doctor 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 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 souffle, Tony tells the invisible Jeannie in the kitchen that she's gone too far. Doctor 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 protests 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 Doctor 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 cookbook.

-- Zietgiest


I Dream of Jeannie

TV Series: Season 03; Episode #04: "My Turned-On Master" (10/03/1967)

In order to prove that she can live without her powers, Jeannie transfers them to someone else for twenty-four hours. Unfortunately, the person she transfers them to is Tony. Major Nelson unknowingly gets magic genie powers for a day. At one point he changes Roger into a baby. (brief male Ar)

-- Metamorphose.org


I Dream of Jeannie

TV Series: Season 03; Episode #24: "Have You Ever Had A Genie Hate You?" (3/12/68)

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 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 relens, but freezes his blood. Tony disrups a conference by complaining of cold and frostbite, although it's 90 degrees. He explains it's Operation Deep Freeze to Doctor Bellows. Roger makes liss of luxuries. Tony speaks to Jeannie again and is encased in ice. Jeannie II promitests 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 tests 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.

-- Zietgiest


I Dream of Jeannie

TV Series: Season 05; Episode #05: "Jeannie's Beauty Cream" (10/14/69)

Doctor Bellows tells Tony of a promotion but warns that he must first impress Gen. Whetherby with his stability. Then Jeannie gives Mrs. Bellows a jar of face cream which turns her into a gorgeous teenager. Unaware, Mrs. Bellows goes to NASA where Roger falls in love with her. Tony finds her identity badge and tries to keep her out of sight. He seems to be embracing her in a closet as the General and Doctor Bellows come by. Jeannie too draws the wrong conclusions. Doctor Bellows is confused when the beautiful girl, who sounds like his wife, throws herself into his arms. Jeannie learns what happened and blinks up an antidote. At home, Doctor Bellows tries to hide the girl from his wife. Roger breaks all the mirrors to keep Mrs. Bellows from seeing herself. Sure everyone is crazy, she accepts Tony's story of an experiment. As he prepares to use the antidote, Roger mixes up the jars. In a cloud of steam, they try all kinds of creams. Mrs. Bellows suddenly smears some on Tony, who wishes he were 10 years younger so he could have more energy to better deal with Jeannie's shenanigans, turning him into a 16-year-old. Jeannie laughs but restores Tony as the General pounds on the door. Meeting Jeannie, the General is convinced of a misunderstanding, as Doctor Bellows begs for his wife's forgiveness.

-- Zietgiest





index