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->''"All I do is think and blink."''

One of the classic 1960s [[FantasticComedy Fantastic Comedies]], ''I Dream Of Jeannie'' ran on Creator/{{NBC}} from September 1965 to May 1970. Starring Larry Hagman and Barbara Eden, it depicted the life of American astronaut Captain (later Major) Anthony Nelson and the beautiful genie he acquired while stranded on a desert island after a space mission. Despite the enormous potential for his own personal gain with no risk, Tony Nelson would rather embrace conformity so as to remain in the astronaut program. This being a SitCom, complete success in his goal of appearing normal is of course [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption denied him]].

The only question is which gender's fantasy is being indulged. In the first episode, as he was about to be rescued from the desert island where he found her bottle, Tony explicitly freed Jeannie from his service. She followed him back to Florida entirely of her own volition, and when Tony took the most logical approach of saying, "I wish you to vanish!", she laughed that he set her free to do whatever she pleased, and what pleases her is to stick around and take over Tony's life, which may explain Tony's persistent failure to ensure her complete and unconditional obedience afterwards.

Tony's efforts to present a stable homelife centered on the opinion of NASA psychiatrist Dr. Alfred Bellows, who had suspected Tony of insanity or worse after the astronaut carelessly described his first encounter with Jeannie during a post-mission examination in the first episode. Complicating this were not only Jeannie and her magical antics, but fellow astronaut Roger Healey, who learned about Jeannie and wanted to exploit her powers for his own benefit (although this was toned down after his first attempt led to near disaster).

Dr. Bellows' wife Amanda complemented his suspicions with her own SecretChaser tendencies, often leaving Tony scrambling to cover for Jeannie's magical eccentricities.

Jeannie's sister, mother, and various other friends and relatives from the good old days of Caliph Haroun al'Raschid just added to the chaotic mix. Somehow, though, across the course of the five years the show was on the air, their relationship evolved from master-slave to love between partners.

In the last season Jeannie and Tony were married.

''I Dream Of Jeannie'' was created by Creator/SidneySheldon in explicit reaction to the success of ''Series/{{Bewitched}}''. Inspired by the movie ''The Brass Bottle'' (which coincidentally also starred Barbara Eden, though portly Burl Ives was the Genie in that film, while Barbara was his master's human fiancée), he deliberately inverted the genie trope as it then existed, turning the hideous and borderline-malicious male genie of the ''Literature/ArabianNights'' into a beautiful female genie who was eager to please her master. He also gave Tony a clear motivation for maintaining a facade of normality (remaining an astronaut during NASA's glory days, with its chances of making history), as opposed to the unremarkable, dull and conventional life idealized by Darrin Stevens.

Sheldon reportedly wanted a brunette Jeannie -- mainly to avoid comparisons to the blonde Samantha of ''Series/{{Bewitched}}'' -- but could not find anyone who could play the role as he had envisioned it; Barbara Eden was cast almost in an act of desperation.

After its cancellation, ''I Dream of Jeannie'' demonstrated remarkable success in syndication, winning timeslots across the country and becoming the first non-network program ever to earn higher UsefulNotes/{{ratings}} than network fare in the same timeslot. By Fall 1971, ''Jeannie'' {{Rerun}}s in syndication were reaching a larger audience than saw the program first-run on NBC. Its cult-like success spawned the mandatory AnimatedAdaptation in 1973, and two TV movie semi-reunions -- 1985's ''I Dream of Jeannie: 15 Years Later'' (in which Wayne Rogers replaced Larry Hagman as Tony) and 1991's ''I Still Dream of Jeannie'' (which eliminated Tony entirely).

A [[TheMovie feature-film version]] has been rumored for years, with every star(let)-of-the-hour from Paris Hilton to Halle Berry proposed for the title role. The [[http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0415863/ latest incarnation]] of this project is back in DevelopmentHell after being scheduled for a 2008 release for a while, a curiously identical fate to the film version of Larry Hagman's [[Series/{{Dallas}} other TV show]].
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!!''I Dream Of Jeannie'' provides examples of:
* AccidentalDanceCraze: At a party, Jeannie does her 'fold arms, nod head' spell casting gesture. One of the guests sees her, thinks it is a new dance move, and soon everyone at the party is doing it.
* AlphaBitch: Jeannie's wicked sister not only fulfills the personality type --- one episode even gives her a GirlPosse of other female genies.
* AmnesiacLover: The fate of Major Nelson after the movie. Jeannie, however, resolves to rekindle their love the non-magical way.
* AnachronismStew: Jeannie has supposedly been in her bottle for 2000 years, but knows a number of historical figures from that period personally, including Leonardo Da Vinci and Nostradamus.
* AnimatedAdaptation: 1973's ''WesternAnimation/{{Jeannie}}'', produced by Creator/HannaBarbera, starring Creator/JulieMcWhirter in her voice acting debut, former ''[[Film/TheThreeStooges Three Stooges]]'' star Joe Besser ("[[CatchPhrase Yapple-Dapple!]]") and a pre-''Franchise/StarWars'' Creator/MarkHamill.
* AnimatedCreditsOpening: This actually began in the middle of Season One and was extended to include Tony in Season Two.
* ArtisticTitle: The AnimatedCreditsOpening.
* AuditThreat: In "My Master The Rich Tycoon" it's case of ''dueling'' audit threats. An IRS man (Bewitched's Paul Lynde) threatens to audit Dr. Bellows if he doesn't cough up some information on Major Nelson. Dr. Bellows threatens to have the IRS man [[{{Conscription}} drafted]]. Touché, Dr. Bellows, touché.
* BareYourMidriff: Jeannie, except her [[BellyButtonless navel]].
* BecomingTheGenie: This was Jeannie's origin in season one. It was {{retcon}}ned in later seasons.
* BenevolentGenie: Jeannie, the rare moment of anger-induced [[JerkAssGenie jerkassery]] aside, generally has Tony's best interest at heart.
* BigBad: The Blue Djinn
* BookEnds: a strange example: Barbara Eden was expecting children early in the first season and near the end of the final season, although the former was hidden and the latter ended in a miscarriage.
* BreakingTheFourthWall: Jeannie does this a number of times, usually at the end of an episode where she's kissing Major Nelson and wants some privacy, she'll turn the the camera, blink, and the scene will cut to black.
** In the tag of "My Master, The Great Rembrant", Jeannie blinks up the artist himself who proceeds to paint the camera lens black.
* ButtMonkey: Dr. Bellows is constantly being made out as crazy because of Jeannie's antics. Roger whenever he tries to exploit Jeannie for his own benefit.
* CanineCompanion: Djinn-Djinn, Jeannie's genie dog.
* CantHoldHerLiquor: Jeannie, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uR2IWadPPsM apparently]]. Although to her credit, she did guzzle down really powerful Moonshine. Jeannie is, if not Muslim herself, from the Middle East; she probably hadn't had alcohol before and hadn't developed a tolerance.
* CasanovaWannabe: Roger. In spades... and diamonds, and clubs, and hearts...
* CassandraTruth: No matter how many times Doctor Bellows sees the results of Jeannie's magic, he can never get the General to believe it, and it disappears by the time he can convince the general to come and take a look.
* CatchPhrase: "I've been waiting a looooooong time for this, Major Nelson..." (Dr Bellows, every time he thinks he's finally going to prove the current weirdness is Tony's fault.)
* CelebrityStar: Jeannie conjures up Sammy Davis, Jr... and later clones him.
%%* ClingyJealousGirl: Jeannie
* ClipShow: "One of the Best Genies A Master Ever Had" (Given the option of being rid of Jeannie once and for all, Tony reminds Roger and Jeannie - and the audience - of all the things she did to him over the last two years.)
** In a more subtle sense, "Hurricane Jeannie", in which Dr. Bellows is shown some of the oddities he experienced in the past that were the results of Jeannie.
* ComesGreatResponsibility: In one episode, Jeannie gives her powers to Tony without his knowlege. After HilarityEnsues and he realizes what's happened, he briefly considers using the powers to change the world, like stopping war or famine. Jeannie, though, cautions him that solving such big problems may inadvertently cause even bigger ones, then urges him to stick to something small and managable. By that time, though, Tony's inadvertently given the power to Bellows and more hilarity ensues...
* ComputerEqualsTapeDrive: The giant, billion-dollar, brand new NASA computer in "The Girl Who Never Had A Birthday".
* ContinuityNod: In some of the early black and white episodes Dr Bellows would refer to the odd things that happened in previous episodes when talking to Tony about finally getting the goods on him.
* CrossOver: With ''LaughIn'' with [[AsHimself George Slatter, Gary Owen, Artie Johnson, and Judy Carne]] as themselves.
* DirtyCommunists: Referred to occasionally as Tony is in a branch of the Air Force. There are spies lead by a Chinese [[CommieNazis communist princess]] in "Jeannie and the Kidnap Caper". Subverted in "Russian Roulette", in which Jeannie's bottle is stolen by a female cosmonaut and it's fretted how the Soviet Union will now be able to conquer the world. Instead, the Russian cosmonaut defects and wishes herself into being a rich American capitalist. In "See You in C-U-B-A", Jeannie accidentally sends Tony to Castro-controlled Cuba instead of U.S.-controlled Puerto Rico.
* DisposableFiancee: Tony's fiancee, Melissa Stone, solely existed just to lose to Jeannie. She was a general's daughter, and never even knew about Jeannie to the point she was PutOnABus, she ran off with an ex-boyfriend. WordOfGod is that she was written off because the writers had no idea what to do with the character.
* DrunkOnMilk: PlayedStraight. In part two of the infamous locked safe arc, Tony and Roger believe the safe that Jeannie was locked in had gone through the crusher at the scrap yard. We later see them drowning their sorrows with wine glasses in hand, but Tony is pouring milk into them.
* DumbBlonde: Played with. Part of it is due to her being a FishOutOfWater and not being particularly familiar with the ways of the modern (1960s) world, but then other times, others (particularly her evil twin sister) uses her naivete to their advantage.
** "GI Jeannie" suggests Jeannie is in fact highly intelligent (she is said to have scored extremely well on an IQ test) but in a DitzyGenius way.
* DumpsterDive: In the first episode, "The Lady in the Bottle", Captain Nelson rifles through the back of a garbage truck in an attempt to recover Jeannie and her bottle. With Captain Healey, Doctor Bellows and General Stone looking on...
* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Roger not knowing about Jeannie for about half of the first season.
** Tony and Roger being Captains.
* EverybodyOwnsAFord: Pontiacs, in this case.
* EverythingsSmellierWithSkunks: In one episode Jeannie, trapped in her bottle, blinks up a skunk (along with a pink gas mask for herself) in order to keep Dr Bellows away from investigating it.
%%* EvilBrunetteTwin
%%* EvilMatriarch
* EvilTwin: Jeannie's sister Jeannie. While they were sisters, they were not literal twins. The series proper implied Good Jeannie was the younger one, while the TV-movies implied the Wicked Jeannie was the younger one.
* FailureIsTheOnlyOption: Poor Jeannie's quest to win Tony's love was this...until the network finally forced them to get married in the final season. [[StatusQuoIsGod Many episodes beforehand would end with the implication Tony began to develop feelings for her, only for him to once again go off on dates with other women and treat Jeannie like a servant next episode.]]
%%* FantasticComedy
* ForgottenThemeTuneLyrics: "Jeannie, fresh as a daisy/Just love how she obeys me/Does things that just amaze me so..."
* FreakyFridayFlip: As a birthday surprise, Jeannie grants Roger one wish; he isn't aware of this, and when he casually mentions he wishes he could switch places with Tony, HilarityEnsues.
* FreudianCouch: Dr. Bellows has a Freudian couch in his office, as befitting a Freudian psychiatrist. Occasionally, Dr. Bellows uses it to psychoanalyze Major Nelson or Major Healey.
* FunWithPalindromes: "Able was I ere I saw Elba" makes an appearance.
* GayParee: "My Master the Spy."
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Somehow the lascivious implications of the show's premise a beautiful, pushy woman living with an unmarried man appear to have completely slipped past the network censors, who were more concerned about whether or not Barbara Eden's navel was visible.
** They did bring that up in the show a couple times.
*** They allowed it because an early episode showed that Jeannie slept in her bottle.
** There was one episode where Tony has to restrain a burly woman who is going crazy. The woman says that she had a secret fantasy of being ''dominated''.
** The SexyShirtSwitch incident.
* GoofyPrintUnderwear: Tony in "Jeanie Go Round", when Jeanie II blinks off his pants in a nightclub, and Tony must go home in a tablecloth.
* GratuitousForeignLanguage: in this case, Jeannie speaks Persian in the pilot when Tony releases her.
* HeavySleeper: In "Meet My Master's Mother", furious with Major Nelson's visiting mother, Jeannie seeks to disrupt her sleep by playing drums, trumpets, and even firing a cannon. Mrs. Nelson doesn't so much as bat an eye . . . until Major Nelson leaves his room, calling for her asking if she heard anything. Jeannie is then punished with LaserGuidedKarma for her mean-spirited pranks, when Mrs. Nelson innocently uses Jeannie's bottle (with Jeannie in it) to mix up a batch of shampoo! [[spoiler: In the end, Jeannie tries a much more successful "if you can't beat them, join them" approach]]
* HeroesLoveDogs: Djinn-Djinn.
* HideYourPregnancy: Barbara Eden was pregnant during the first episodes.
* IdenticalGrandson: Barbara Eden also played Jeannie's mother.
* IdentityAmnesia: Happens to Jeannie in one episode.
* IJustWantToBeNormal: Tony is notably blase about having a genie who is eager to fulfill his every wish. He just wants a relatively normal life.
%%* IJustWantToBeSpecial: Roger
* IconicOutfit:
** Jeannie, of course, had her pink and redharem costume with exposed midriff (although her belly button was ordered concealed by network censors!)
** To a ''much lesser extent'', Major Nelson wore an air force uniform. Major Healey was the odd man out on the base with his green army uniform (in contrast to everyone else's blue air force uniforms).
%%* InconvenientSummons
* InnocentFanserviceGirl: Jeannie, as far as 1960s standards would allow.
* InvisiblePresident: In "My Son, the Genie", LBJ is an actor is seen from the back, wearing a white hat.
* IslandHelpMessage: In the pilot, Tony uses Jeannie's bottle as part of the second 'S'.
* IThoughtThatWas: Jeannie's blonde hair makes it quite clear that the show is unrelated to Stephen Foster's song of the same name.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Roger may be Tony's friend, but he is not above taking advantage of Jeannie's powers for his own gain, but his heart is still in the right place.
* JumpingOutOfACake: In "Jeannie and the Bachelor Party", Major Nelson has a girl coming out the cake in his [[SurpriseParty surprise]] Bachelor Party.
%%* LaughTrack
* LondonEnglandSyndrome: In one episode, Jeannie goes to Reno to file for separation from Tony. He thinks she's been to Reno, Nevada; but she actually went to "Reno, Persia," which seems [[AnachronismStew rather anachronistic]] since Persia became Iran in 1935.
** She might not be aware of that and simply refer to it the way she has always known it -- Persia
* MagicalGesture: Jeannie always crosses her arms and nods her head, then blinks.
** In the early episodes, the head nod and/or arm crossing are sometimes omitted.
* MagicalGirlfriend: Though she wasn't his girlfriend for much of the series, Jeannie is effectively this, as she moves into Tony's house (rather, she moves her bottle into his house)
* MayflyDecemberRomance: Jeannie's wicked sister has had hundreds of husbands and lovers. Though she could have simply outlived them all, knowing her, she likely collects husbands.
* MakeAWish: Jeannie is a genie. She grants Tony's wishes.
%%* MatchCut
* MeaningfulName: Jeannie, since she's a genie.
* MsFanservice: Jeannie. Notice how her skirts keep getting shorter and shorter with each ensuing season?
* MundaneWish: A common occurrence in the show. Lampshaded in one episode when Jeannie gets downright exasperated that ''most'' of Tony's wishes are mundane but considering Jeannie's [[LiteralGenie cluelessness]] and occasional mischeviousness, it's hard to argue against him.
* NegativeContinuity: The show was infamous for its poor continuity. Or the examples, one of the most infamous was that early episodes flat out stated that Jeannie was originally a human girl, born of human parents. Later episodes retconned this with Jeannie flat out saying she was born a genie, and Jeannie had various genie relatives appear in the show, notably her evil sister.
** To make it worse, the show still went back and forth on this. Jeannie having genie relatives was brought up as early as the Season 1 "Is There An Extra Jeannie In The House?," but the second season's "How To Be A Genie In 10 Easy Steps" brought back Jeannie having once been human. Jeannie having been born a genie was pretty much settled on with the third season.
** One season 1 episode showed that Jeannie had a pet lion when she was younger, stating that it was her only pet. Later episodes introduce Djinn-Djinn who was her long-lost pet dog (who was also a genie-dog.)
** Whether or not Jeannie could be photographed depended on whether it can cause more conflict to the plot.
** The second TV movie flat out said the Jeannie's sister never had a master before, despite us seeing one in her first appearance and another epsiode saying she had hundreds of masters (and husbands) before. Bizarrely, it was also implied she never went to the real world, as if the character never appeared on the show.
*** Added to that, Evil Jeannie originally had brown hair; it became black in later episodes.
** One season two episode features Jeannie being horrified of Tony going to the bank because people in her time would have their ears chopped off if they could not pay off the loans. A season five episode is driven by Jeannie being utterly confused by the concept of credit.
*** Easily explained by Jeannie grasping the concept of physical money changing hands but not that of a line of credit. Credit cards were only just becoming commonplace during the original run of the series, making this a PeriodPiece: many people didn't (and still don't today) understand how credit works.
** One episode explained that if Jeannie had married Tony, she would become human and lose her powers, but their children could potentially be genies. When Jeannie and Tony actually did marry in the final season, Jeannie retained her powers without issue.
*** Added to that, the same episode showed that Jeannie and Tony, if they married, would have a mortal son and a genie daughter. In the TV movies, Jeannie and Tony only have a son, who is treated as a human/genie hybrid.
** Another point of inconsistency was whether or not Jeannie had masters before Tony. Despite being imprisoned for 2,000 years until Tony found her, right after becoming a genie, Jeannie would often discuss having other masters, and at other time refer to Tony as her first master.
** In "My Master, the Ghost Breaker," Tony's great uncle's lawyer introduces himself as James Ashley, though is later referred to as Edward Ashley, then listed as James Ashley again during the end titles.[[note]]Similarly, in the episode, the butler's name is Smedley, though in the end titles, he's listed as Chauncey.[[/note]]
* NosyNeighbor: The Bellowses, collectively
* OffscreenTeleportation: Jeannie is fond of transporting Roger to faroff places like Antarctica and the African jungle. Somehow, he makes it back to Cocoa Beach in one or two scenes when enough time to have made it back by nonmagical means hasn't passed. (Happens three times in the first season episode "I'll never forget what's her name.")
* OneSteveLimit: Averted with Jeannie, her sister (Jeannie), and her mother (ALSO named Jeannie).
** The German dub handwaved this by explaining that Jeannie II was our Jeannie's stepsister.
* OurGeniesAreDifferent: Female, in Jeannie's case.
** Justified with Jeannie originally being human; though this was later retconned.
** What's more, genies have a corporeal nature, such as having blood. They also cannot be filmed or photographed, though they do have reflections.
* PendulumOfDeath: In "Have You Ever Had A Genie Hate You?", a magic potion causes Jeannie to hate Tony. After putting him through various tortures, in the end, both Tony and Roger find themselves under a swinging pendulum about to slice their throats.
* PlayingGertrude: The narrator in Season One implies that Jeannie is over two thousand years old when Barbara Eden was really three years Larry Hagman's junior. Of course, as a djinniyah Jeannie doesn't age in human fashion.
* {{Qurac}}: Kajsa
* ReactionaryFantasy: Although often held up as one of the archetypal examples of the Reactionary Fantasy, some commentators have argued that it may in fact be a ''subversion''. Tony actually freed Jeannie upon being rescued in the first episode -- only to have Jeannie choose to follow him home anyway. Thus she stays with Tony because she ''wants'' to, not because she is bound to him in any way, and her "servitude" and "obedience" are an act on her part. This explain rather neatly why and how she manages to get around his orders so frequently and thoroughly...
** Barbara Eden has explained in interviews that 'Master' was only a ''ceremonial'' title and that everything Jeannie did was entirely of her free will.
* ReassignedToAntarctica: Well, the Aleutians, actually. Tony and Roger get sent there at one point when Jeannie messes up a diplomatic situation.
* ReplacedTheThemeTune: The black-and-white season 1 had an obscure jazz piece, whereas the color seasons 2-5 had the more upbeat theme we're all familiar with.
* ReunionShow: Two TV movies were made.
* RomanticFalseLead: Tony's fiance Melissa in early episodes. She was dropped when the writers realized the LoveTriangle just didn't work.
* {{Ruritania}}: Basenji
* ScoobyDooHoax: Bizarrely, I Dream of Jeannie had "My Master, The Ghost Breaker". Major Nelson inherits an English manor. Unfortunately, Nelson's crooked English solicitor tries to scare Nelson off so he could sell the manor and keep the proceeds. Features a shocking bit of ArbitrarySkepticism on Major Nelson's part, when this master of a genie repeatedly denies that ghosts can possibly exist! There's also the fact that Jeannie herself contradicts Nelson and says they do! The trope is subverted at the very end, when a real ghost shows up and frightens everybody away.
* SexyShirtSwitch: Jeannie does this in the first episode after taking a shower.
* SecretKeeper: Tony, Roger
* SeriesGoal: Jeannie wants to marry Major Nelson. She finally gets ''her'' wish midway through the fifth and final season.
* SheIsNotMyGirlfriend: Tony early on. He does, eventually, fall in love with Jeannie.
* ShesGotLegs: Hell yeah! Watch any episode from the last season (see MsFanservice above).
* ShootTheMoney: The episodes that take place in Hawaii feature some outstanding SceneryPorn.
* ShoutOut: Several to ''Series/{{Bewitched}}'', which the show was frequently accused of copying.
** In one episode of ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'', Jerry's apartment is robbed. George walks in without buzzing. Jerry asks "How did you get here?" George replies by crossing his arms and blinking Jeannie style.
* SickeningSweethearts: The relationship between Major Healey and his girlfriends often takes this form.
* SignatureSoundEffect: The blinking sound.
* StockFootage: Both for rocket launches, and (at least in the first season) every time Nelson drives up to his house (particularly noticeable because the rear view mirror flashes directly into the camera just as he rolls to a stop in the clip.)
** In the color episodes the shot of Tony speeding past the statue to drive up to NASA.
%%* StopTrick
* StoryArc: Most unusual for a 1960s sitcom, ''I Dream of Jeannie'' engaged in several four-episode plot arcs.
%%* SuperSmoke
* TheyDo: Tony and Jeannie get married in the last season.
* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat: Subverted in "Nobody Loves A Fat Astronaut". Major Nelson tries to call home, and argues with a "recording". In reality, it was Jeannie's sister pretending to be a recording.
%%* TitleSequenceReplacement
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Jeannie and her sister, respectively. This is highlighted by the good Jeannie wearing pantaloons and the wicked Jeannie wearing a skirt. Though this is offset with Jeannie being a TomboyWithAGirlyStreak.
* TrainingFromHell: Two third season episodes see Majors Nelson and Healey fall under the control of tough (and insane) officers who run them through unbelievably tough exercises.
* UnbuiltTrope: Being a famous FantasticComedy, it actually showed the real problems with having something like a genie: Nelson doesn't profit from genie, not only because of his moral conviction against a genie, it also meant being hounded the government on property and money he can't report. He is hounded by his superiors simply because of his suspicious behavior, menaced by supernatural forces connected to Jeannie, and often faced with unscrupulous types who wouldn't hesitate to take advantage of an powerful being, including his own best friend Roger. It was also ''not'' a ReactionaryFantasy, since Jeannie often acted of her own accord.
* WackyMarriageProposal: When Major Nelson finally proposes to Jeannie (that is to say, makes a proposal of his own free will that eventually results in him marrying Jeannie later in the season) [[WhamLine he simply introduces her as his fiancé to Shaefer and Bellows.]]
* WhamLine: Tony introduces Jeannie to Schaefer and Bellows: "General, Colonel, I'd like to introduce my fiancee."
* WhoEvenNeedsABrain: In "Who Are You Calling a Genie?" Jeannie looses her memory after hitting her head. She's taken to hospital but when her head is x-rayed it turns out to be empty. It is not clear whether this a trait common to ''all'' genies or [[DumbBlonde Jeannie in particular]], or if it's part of the inconsistent "Genies can't be photographed" rule.
%%* YourCostumeNeedsWork
* YourFavorite: For Jeannie's Sister - Cherries Jubilee (Our Jeannie is allergic to cherries).
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