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I Dream of Jeannie is an American fantasy sitcom starring Barbara Eden as a 2,000-year-old genie and Larry Hagman as an astronaut who becomes her master, with whom she falls in love and whom she eventually marries. Produced by Screen Gems, the series originally aired from September 1965 to May 1970 on NBC. The series ran for five seasons and produced 139 episodes. The first season consisted of 30 episodes filmed in black and white; all later seasons were filmed in color.
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||30||September 18, 1965||May 7, 1966|
|2||31||September 12, 1966||April 24, 1967|
|3||26||September 12, 1967||March 26, 1968|
|4||26||September 16, 1968||May 12, 1969|
|5||26||September 16, 1969||May 26, 1970|
|TV movies||2||October 20, 1985||October 20, 1991|
Season 1 (1965–66)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|1||1||"The Lady in the Bottle"||Gene Nelson||Sidney Sheldon||September 18, 1965|
After orbiting in Stardust One, Astronaut Tony Nelson crash lands on a remote island in the South Pacific. On the beach, he finds a bottle and gets a surprise when he opens it. A beautiful genie appears who is instantly attracted to him, helps him get rescued and then follows him back to Cocoa Beach, Florida. Philip Ober appears as General Wingard Stone, the father of Tony's fiance Melissa (Karen Sharpe).Filming date: December 2–4, 1964
|2||2||"My Hero?"||Gene Nelson||Sidney Sheldon||September 25, 1965|
There is peril in Persia when Jeannie whisks Captain Nelson to that ancient civilization in order to avenge her honor against Ali, the Killer of Giants (Richard Kiel). When Jeannie visits her parents, she announces to them that her greatest wish is to marry her Master — if he survives Ali first.Guest stars: Henry Corden as Jeannie's Father. Florence Sundstrom appears as Jeannie's Mother.
|3||3||"Guess What Happened on the Way to the Moon?"||Alan Rafkin||Tom Waldman, Frank Waldman||October 2, 1965|
|Desert survival becomes luxurious when Jeannie follows Tony on a mission and outfits him with food, shelter, and transportation. Do to an ankle injury, Tony stays behind as Roger goes on. After the mission Roger begins to question Tony's good fortune while he suffered in the sweltering heat.|
|4||4||"Jeannie and the Marriage Caper"||Alan Rafkin||Tom Waldman, Frank Waldman||October 9, 1965|
When Tony's future father-in-law accepts an ambassadorship, he offers Tony a prestigious position if he leaves the Air Force. Tony turns down the offer. Tony's fiancée, Melissa, urges him to accept the position overseas and move up their wedding date. An old friend of Melissa's, Grover Caldwell (John Hudson), comes into the picture. She believes now that Tony has changed too much and wants to marry Grover. Tony is relieved.Guest Star: Mako as Kato
|5||5||"G.I. Jeannie"||Alan Rafkin||William Davenport||October 16, 1965|
|Jeannie misses Tony whenever he goes off to work. When Jeannie says she wants to be his secretary, Tony tells Jeannie that she has to join the Air Force. Jeannie goes through W.A.F. training and Major Margaret Fiefield (Jane Dulo) sends her to various departments where she fails at each. Edmon Ryan appears as Col. Joe Fenton.|
|6||6||"The Yacht Murder Case"||Gene Nelson||David Braverman, Bob Marcus||October 23, 1965|
|There is trouble on the high seas when Jeannie follows Tony on a yacht for a very important meeting with P.J. Ferguson (David Brian), an aerospace executive, and his beautiful daughter Nina (Sharon Farrell). When Tony orders her to go home and she does so in the blink of an eye, the Ferguson's think her sudden disappearance is a sure sign of murder. C. Lindsay Workman appears as General William Fletcher. Sandra Gould appears as Tony's housekeeper.|
|7||7||"Anybody Here Seen Jeannie?"||Gene Nelson||Arnold Horwitt||October 30, 1965|
|Tony is scheduled to take a historic walk into outer space, but Dr. Bellows wants him to take a few medical tests first. Jeannie envisions her beloved Master floating helpless in space and decides to sabotage the tests from her hiding space in Tony's jacket. Dabney Coleman guest stars as Lt. George Conway (identified as "Lt. George Webb" in the closing credits). Davis Roberts appears as Walter, an assistant to Dr. Bellows.|
|8||8||"The Americanization of Jeannie"||Gene Nelson||Arnold Horwitt||November 6, 1965|
|Jeannie becomes enthralled by a magazine article that explains how to be the perfect American woman. She hopes to impress her Master with her self-reliance, but her domestic touches soon prove disastrous.|
|9||9||"The Moving Finger"||Gene Nelson||Harry Essex, Jerry Seelen||November 13, 1965|
|Jeannie is jealous when Tony goes out to dinner with the famous screen actress Rita Mitchell (Nancy Kovack) in Hollywood. She decides to become a movie star to compete with her alleged rival, but soon realizes that genies do not show up on camera.|
|10||10||"Djinn and Water"||Gene Nelson||Mary C. McCall, Jr.||November 20, 1965|
|Family comes to call when Jeannie summons one of her great grandfathers, Bilejik (J. Carrol Naish), to help Tony with an experiment to turn sea water into fresh water. Bilejik says he will share the secret, but only if his unusual request is met. Meanwhile, Jeannie, while invisible, takes Tony's car out for a drive. Dr. Bellows sees the car without a driver and Tony must make up a reason. Chet Stratton (uncredited) appears as "The Botanist".|
|11||11||"Whatever Became of Baby Custer?"||Gene Nelson||Austin Kalish, Irma Kalish||November 27, 1965|
Tony's littlest fan, 8-year-old Custer (Bill Mumy), causes trouble when he sees some of Jeannie's magic and reports it to his parents, Major Jamison (Herb Voland) and Mrs. Wendy Jamison (Grace Albertson). They don't believe him and take Custer to see Dr. Bellows. Dr. Bellows would like Custer to continue to spy on Tony. Now Jeannie must outwit the doctor before Tony gets put in the hot seat at work.Note: The interior of Tony's neighbor's house is the interior set from Bewitched.
|12||12||"Where'd You Go-Go?"||E.W. Swackhamer||Bob Fisher, Arthur Alsberg||December 4, 1965|
|There is romance in the air when one of Tony's ex-girlfriends, Diane (Elizabeth MacRae), asks if they can start seeing each other again. Jeannie feels betrayed until Tony's best friend, Roger Healey, asks her out on a date. Now jealousy is spreading as Tony uses his date with Diane to make sure Jeannie does not get into trouble with Roger.|
|13||13||"Russian Roulette"||E.W. Swackhamer||Bob Fisher, Arthur Alsberg||December 11, 1965|
Gift giving goes too far when Roger unwittingly gives Jeannie's bottle to a visiting female Russian cosmonaut (Arlene Martel) as a symbol of friendship. Tony goes to extreme lengths to get the bottle back, but not before the cosmonaut realizes that she now has a genie of her very own. Paul Reed appears as General Barkley.Note: The DVD release features a reconstructed soundtrack with new laugh track.
|14||14||"What House Across the Street?"||Theodore J. Flicker||Bob Fisher, Arthur Alsberg||December 18, 1965|
|Mothers usually know best so Jeannie decides to follow her mom's (Lurene Tuttle) advice to make Tony jealous by accepting Roger Healey's marriage proposal. She blinks into existence two rich parents (Oliver McGowan and Avis Scott) and a mansion across the street from Tony's house (on a vacant lot Dr. Bellows just purchased). Jack Collins appears as General Hadley. Walter Woolf King appears as a minister.|
|15||15||"Too Many Tonys"||E.W. Swackhamer||Arthur Horwitt||December 25, 1965|
Dr. Bellows determines that married men make better astronauts, so Jeannie asks her Master to marry her. When he refuses, Jeannie blinks up another Tony who is much more romantic and attuned to her needs. Dr. Bellows believes that the two will married this coming Sunday. At the wedding, Tony pretends to be the romantic copy, and Jeannie calls off the wedding.
Note: General Peterson (Barton MacLane) makes his first appearance in this episode.Guest Star: Henry Hunter as Chaplain
|16||16||"Get Me to Mecca on Time"||E.W. Swackhamer||James Allardice, Tom Adair||January 8, 1966|
|Tony has a lot of work and doesn't have time for Jeannie. However, it is the day of Ramdah when masters must journey to Mecca to recite the ancient words or their genie will lose her powers and disappear. Once they are there, they must break into the Bank of Mecca in order to stand in the exact spot to recite the words. They are almost captured by police, but Tony says the words and saves Jeannie.|
|17||17||"The Richest Astronaut in the Whole Wide World"||E.W. Swackhamer||Story by : William Davenport|
Teleplay by : Sidney Sheldon
|January 15, 1966|
|Roger accidentally discovers that Jeannie is a genie and steals her bottle. She makes him extremely wealthy, with large houses, cars and yachts. Tony tells Dr. Bellows of Roger's new found wealth. General Peterson wants him arrested on suspicion of selling government secrets to foreign countries. To get out of trouble, Roger agrees to give Jeannie back to Tony.|
|18||18||"Is There an Extra Genie in the House?"||Hal Cooper||Charles Tannen||January 22, 1966|
Roger begs Tony to let Jeannie find a genie for him, but Tony says no. Roger finds himself in serious trouble when he keeps Dr. Bellows' niece Sheila (Judy Carne) out too late on a date. Dr. Bellows wants to send Roger to a remote island for 30 days. Further complicating matters, he believes the two stage magicians subletting his apartment are his personal genies. Herbie Faye (uncredited) appears as "Mr. Billings", Bernard Fox as Arnie, Emmaline Henry as Myrt.Note: Henry became a regular cast member next season as Dr. Bellows's wife, Amanda Bellows.
|19||19||"Never Try to Outsmart a Jeannie"||Herb Wallerstein||Martin A. Ragaway||January 29, 1966|
|Jeannie wants to accompany Tony on a three-week cruise to Italy. He finally agrees, but only if she can manage to obtain a legal passport without the use of her magic, otherwise she must go with him in her bottle.|
|20||20||"My Master, the Doctor"||Hal Cooper||Sidney Sheldon||February 5, 1966|
|Roger needs an appendectomy. Jeannie makes Tony's dream of becoming a doctor come true and puts him in Roger's operating room. Dr. Bellows arrives and begins to suspect that it is Tony posing as the doctor. He tells Gen. Petterson, who is skeptical. As Dr. Bellows brings Gen. Peterson to the operating room to catch him, Jeannie blinks Tony out just in time. Maureen McCormick appears as a girl patient in the hospital. Peter Leeds appears as a patient who makes unwanted advances towards Jeannie. Jane Dulo appears as a nurse.|
|21||21||"Jeannie and the Kidnap Caper"||Hal Cooper||Sidney Sheldon||February 12, 1966|
Feeling that Jeannie's magic is helping him around the house too much, Tony makes her swear to say "Tough luck, Charlie" if he ever asks her for help. Because she took the oath, she can no longer help her master. His timing could not be worse, as he is immediately taken captive by killer Chinese spies who are determined to get the plans for a top-secret project. Jeannie tells Roger what is happening and he tells Dr. Bellows, who naturally doesn't believe him. Jeannie saves Tony by having Roger temporarily be her master.Guest Stars: James Hong as Chan, Richard Loo as Wong
|22||22||"How Lucky Can You Get?"||Claudio Guzman||Sidney Sheldon||February 19, 1966|
|Celebrating their recent promotions to Major, Tony and Roger spend time in Reno, Nevada after giving some lectures locally. Thinking Jeannie will be his Lady Luck, Roger smuggles her along on the trip, setting Tony up for trouble in the casino.|
|23||23||"Watch the Birdie"||Hal Cooper||Sidney Sheldon||February 26, 1966|
When Jeannie gives her Master a crack golf swing, General Peterson is so impressed that he makes Tony his partner for a game against a longtime rival. Tony's determined to rise to the occasion without help, but soon realizes that Jeannie may be his hole-in-one. Golf pro Jerry Barber appears as himself.Guest Star: Ray Teal as Admiral Tugwell. Herbert Anderson appears as Commander Davis.
|24||24||"The Permanent House Guest"||Hal Cooper||Sidney Sheldon||March 5, 1966|
|Dr. Bellows is sure he saw an elephant in Tony's bedroom, but all is normal when he returns with General Peterson. Determined to prove the existence of magic in Tony's house as well as his own sanity, Dr. Bellows makes himself Tony's new roommate. During the night Jeannie plays some tricks on Dr. Bellows and he leaves frightened.|
|25||25||"Bigger Than a Bread Box and Better Than a Genie"||Claudio Guzman||Sidney Sheldon||March 12, 1966|
|Tony is less than impressed by the new woman in Roger's life, Madame Zolta, a clairvoyant fortune teller. Planning to reveal her for the fraud she is, Tony arranges a neighborhood seance. Col. Chuck Yeager guest stars, as well as Jorja Curtright (a.k.a. Mrs. Sidney Sheldon) and Natalie Leeb, Sidney's mother.|
|26||26||"My Master, the Great Rembrandt"||Claudio Guzman||Sidney Sheldon||March 19, 1966|
Jeannie, eager for Tony's painting to do well at a charity auction, turns his copy of a Rembrandt into the real thing. Dr. Van Weesen (Jonathan Hole) and Dean Geller (Booth Colman), both art experts, try to outbid each other for Tony's painting, believing it to be authentic. Dr. Bellows accuses Tony of either forgery or theft and flies in another expert from the Louvre. Jeannie poses as the expert and gets Tony off the hook.Note: Filming date: January 11, 1966
|27||27||"My Master, the Thief"||Claudio Guzman||Teleplay by|
Sidney Sheldon & Robert Kaufman
|April 2, 1966|
|Jeannie steals a pair of slippers from a museum that were hers 2000 years ago. Tony says she must return them or he will go to jail and the U.S. will have insulted the country from where they came from. At first she refuses, but in the end and without him knowing it, she helps him get the shoes back to the museum.|
|28||28||"This Is Murder"||Hal Cooper||Sidney Sheldon||April 9, 1966|
|Tony is asked to escort the visiting Princess Tarji (Gila Golan) for three days, but the assignment turns into a royal pain when Jeannie sees a picture of the woman and realized that their families are long-time enemies — and that she is obliged by oath to kill her. To save the princess, Tony sends Jeannie around the world with tasks so massive that she will miss the three days of her visit. Jeannie comes back early to find the Princess at Tony's house. Tony makes up a story that the Princess was adopted so Jeannie will leave her alone. In the end, Jeannie befriends her. Vic Tayback appears as Turhan, the Princess' secretary..|
|29||29||"My Master, the Magician"||Hal Cooper||Sidney Sheldon||April 23, 1966|
|Dr. Bellows sees Tony napping on a chair that is floating off of the floor. When pressed for an explanation, Tony says he is an amateur magician and is asked to put on a magic show for NASA. Dr. Bellows brings professional magician Nestor the Great to the show to watch Tony and explain how he floats. Jeannie levitates Tony and when Nestor says no man can do that, Jeannie levitates him as well.|
|30||30||"I'll Never Forget What's Her Name"||Hal Cooper||Sidney Sheldon||May 7, 1966|
|Tony is struck by a vase and suffers from amnesia as a result. He forgets who Jeannie is and he instantly falls in love with her. Jeannie hopes he will ask her to marry him despite Roger's objections.|
Season 2 (1966–67)
All episodes in Season 2 and onwards were filmed in color
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|31||1||"Happy Anniversary"||Claudio Guzman||Sidney Sheldon||September 12, 1966|
|To celebrate their first anniversary, Jeannie makes Tony splashdown on the same desert island he originally found her on. Tony finds another bottle with the evil Blue Djinn (Michael Ansara) in it. He was the one who imprisoned her into her bottle 2,000 years earlier. He wants to kill Tony. Jeannie brings Tony back home, but the Djinn follows. Tony manages to trap him.|
|32||2||"Always on Sunday"||Hal Cooper||Sidney Sheldon||September 19, 1966|
|Determined to give her Master a well-deserved rest, Jeannie makes every day Sunday so no one has to work. Tony is not happy about what she did, and fearing nothing she does is right and she can never please Tony, she leaves. But, she forgot to turn the calendar back on. Hoping she can hear him, Tony says he's sorry and Jeannie returns.|
|33||3||"My Master, the Rich Tycoon"||Claudio Guzman||Sidney Sheldon||September 26, 1966|
Jeannie lets in a man named Harry Huggins (Paul Lynde) who scoffs at her master's house and his taste. Hoping to make Tony look better, she makes several valuable works of art appear and several servants. Harry introduces himself as a representative of the IRS. While talking to Dr. Bellows, Harry says he believes Tony to be the head of an international smuggling ring. Before Tony can get in any real trouble, Jeannie changes all the art into fakes. Maurice Dallimore (uncredited) appears as "Professor Preever", an art expert.Note: Filming Date: June 15, 1966
|34||4||"My Master, the Rainmaker"||Claudio Guzman||Sidney Sheldon||October 3, 1966|
|Through Jeannie's misguided attempts to help, Dr. Bellows thinks that Tony can change the weather at will. A Sgt. Ben Roberts (Steve Ihnat) asks Tony if he could change the weather to help his brother's farm. Jeannie hears this, and before going to visit her family for awhile, makes it rain on the farm. Only problem is that the rain isn't stopping and the town's flooded.|
|35||5||"My Wild Eyed Master"||Hal Cooper||Sidney Sheldon||October 10, 1966|
|Tony strains his eyes while studying for a sub-orbital flight. Dr. Bellows orders him to take an eye test the following morning, if he wants to participate the next NASA project. By again trying to help, Jeannie plays havoc with her master's eyesight giving him x-ray vision, followed by making him almost blind.|
|36||6||"What's New, Poodle Dog?"||Hal Cooper||Sidney Sheldon||October 17, 1966|
Roger tells Jeannie that he has arranged a double-date for Tony and himself with two beauty queens. Before Roger can tell Tony, Jeannie turns him into a French Poodle. Roger is caught by a dog catcher and taken to the pound. Tony manages to retrieve him and brings him to the office. Dr. Bellows wants to send the poodle into space. Jeannie changes him back. Tony and Roger are set to date the beauty queens but Jeannie turns the girls into dogs when they arrive.Guest star: Dick Wilson as Mr. Wimple, who works at the dog pound.
|37||7||"The Fastest Gun in the East"||Hal Cooper||Sidney Sheldon||October 24, 1966|
Watching a TV Western, Tony longs for the days when a man had to be strong to survive. Jeannie obliges by making him sheriff of "Gopher Junction", an old Western town. Tony must try to help Eddie Sheridan (Eddie Firestone), a man wrongly convicted. Some men want to lynch him in order to get his land and cattle. Hoyt Axton appears as Bull, one of bad guys. Guest star: Whit Bissell as Horace Sedgwick, the town banker and ringleader of the bad guys.Note: First episode filmed in color (filming completed January 27, 1966)
|38||8||"How to Be a Genie in 10 Easy Lessons"||Hal Cooper||Sidney Sheldon||October 31, 1966|
|Tony complains that Jeannie is constantly getting him into trouble. She replies she has not had much practice at being a genie. He believes "The Tales of the Arabian Nights" would be a good manual on how a genie should act to his master. Tony tells Jeannie to read it, but he didn't know that it was about stories of genies who torture their masters.|
|39||9||"Who Needs a Green Eyed Jeannie?"||Hal Cooper||Sidney Sheldon||November 7, 1966|
|Jeannie's jealousy takes over when Tony insists on keeping a date with an old friend who Jeannie believes is a woman. She blinks and Tony finds himself in jail in his living room for the night. The next day she finds out it was a man that Tony stood up, and she says she will believe him from now on. Tony set her up, because he actually has a date with an old flame that night. The old girlfriend turns out to be married to a mobster (Ted de Corsia), who shows up and wants to kill Tony.|
|40||10||"The Girl Who Never Had a Birthday: Part 1"||Claudio Guzman||Sidney Sheldon||November 14, 1966|
|Jeannie tells Tony she never had a birthday party since she does not know when she was born. Tony sends her back home to find out, but all her relatives remember her being born in a different month. Jeannie is so sad that she doesn't know her birthday that she starts to vanish feet first. Tony and Roger attempt to have ERIC the computer figure out Jeannie's birthday. Just as they get the answer, Dr. Bellows comes in and takes the read out with the date.|
|41||11||"The Girl Who Never Had a Birthday: Part 2"||Claudio Guzman||Sidney Sheldon||November 21, 1966|
|With her powers weakened, Jeannie is trapped in Tony's desk at work. Dr. Bellows is having his office painted, so he wants to use Tony's office. Roger makes another attempt to have ERIC the computer figure out Jeannie's birthday. Roger gets the answer, but is immediately sent on a Alaskan survival mission. Tony throws Jeannie a pre-birthday party and she invites famous people from the past.|
|42||12||"How Do You Beat Superman?"||Claudio Guzman||Sidney Sheldon||November 28, 1966|
|With the football season in full swing, Tony is constantly glued to the TV set. Jeannie realizes she must do something to get his attention and decides to make Tony jealous. She conjures up romantic "Tony Millionaire" (Mike Road) to do the job. Tony Millionaire seems perfect in every way and Tony slowly but surely is becoming very jealous. Until one evening when Tony happens to see Jeannie conjure up the other Tony. He then tells Jeannie that he knew all along the other Tony was fake and he isn't that stupid.|
|43||13||"My Master, the Great Caruso"||Hal Cooper||Sidney Sheldon||December 5, 1966|
|Tony tells Jeannie that each year the Air Force puts on a TV talent show with contestants from each base. Jeannie insists that Tony enter since they need a trophy for the mantle. Despite his lack of talent, Jeannie again "helps" him by giving him the equivalent of Enrico Caruso's operatic singing voice. General Peterson enters him in the NASA talent contest. Unfortunately, Jeannie promised to never give him Caruso's voice again. But, she didn't promise not to give him someone else's voice. Roger reveals Jeannie's birthday as April 1st.|
|44||14||"The World's Greatest Lover"||Hal Cooper||Sidney Sheldon||December 12, 1966|
|When Roger cancels a double date with Tony and Jeannie, Jeannie surmises that Roger has been unable to get a date himself. Jeannie then makes Roger irresistible to all women, including Mrs. Bellows (Emmaline Henry), resulting in Dr. Bellows attempting to send Roger to the Aleutian Islands.|
|45||15||"Jeannie Breaks the Bank"||Hal Cooper||Sidney Sheldon||December 19, 1966|
Tony is unable to join Roger in buying a sailboat because he is short the money. Jeannie goes to the bank with Tony to "help" borrow money for his share. She gets Tony in trouble by putting $3 million in his Christmas club account.Guest Star: John McGiver as Wilfred, the bank lender.
|46||16||"My Master, the Author"||Richard Goode||Sidney Sheldon||December 26, 1966|
|Jeannie wishes to write a book about child care. After getting Tony's permission, she writes one, sends it to a publisher, and the book becomes a best seller. However, Jeannie has put Tony's name as the author, which was a big mistake. As a result, he has to babysit Doctor Bellow's unruly nephew and General Peterson's incredibly shy granddaughter Gina (Kimberly Beck) who refuses to talk. Butch Patrick guest stars as Richard.|
|47||17||"The Greatest Invention in the World"||Hal Cooper||Sidney Sheldon||January 9, 1967|
After Roger accidentally uses a free wish from Jeannie to clean a spill on Tony's uniform, the uniform becomes impervious to tears, stains, cutting or burning. Dr. Bellows witnesses these miracles and tries to convince General Peterson, but continually destroys the General's uniforms. General Peterson decides to send Dr. Bellows to Iceland. Jeannie manages to straighten things out.Guest star: Groucho Marx as Himself
|48||18||"My Master, the Spy"||Hal Cooper||Sidney Sheldon||January 16, 1967|
|Dr. Bellows suspects Tony of being a spy when he is at a NASA meeting and is seen in Paris having lunch with Jeannie at the same time. He plants a microphone in Tony's office. Roger and Tony find it and suspect there are spies in NASA. In hopes of catching them, Tony sets up a fake rendezvous at a warehouse that evening. General Peterson and Dr. Bellows show up and Dr. Bellows accuses Tony of being a spy double. When Dr. Bellows shows General Peterson the proof, a picture of Tony in Paris, Jeannie changes the picture.|
|49||19||"You Can't Arrest Me... I Don't Have a Driver's License"||Hal Cooper||Sidney Sheldon||January 23, 1967|
|Jeannie drives off in Tony's car without permission. She drives up a one-way street in the wrong direction where she is then stopped by Patrolman Don Anderson (Alan Hewitt) and given a ticket. Tony tries to teach Jeannie driving and she makes the same mistake. Patrolman Anderson is there again. Jeannie disappears and Tony gets the ticket this time. Roger and Tony go to court to fight the ticket and with Jeannie's help they win. Herb Vigran appears as Judge Hennessey.|
|50||20||"One of Our Bottles is Missing"||Claudio Guzman||Sidney Sheldon||January 30, 1967|
After seeing Jeannie's bottle, Mrs. Bellows, with her husband's encouragement, rudely takes the bottle. While getting a copy made, the shop mixes them up and she ends up taking the real bottle home, with Jeannie inside. Tony and Roger break into the house to get it back. When Dr. Bellows comes home early, Tony pretends to have been sleep walking to get the bottle.Note: The set used for the Bellows' house is the same used for Bewitched. The DVD release features a reconstructed soundtrack with a new laugh track.
|51||21||"My Poor Master, the Civilian"||Hal Cooper||Sidney Sheldon||February 6, 1967|
After Tony reluctantly accepts a job in the private sector, Roger and Jeannie look into his future, which is very successful. They fool him into thinking it will be horrible but he still takes the job as he feels that the aerospace industry needs him. Roger and Jeannie come up with another plan that works.Note: The office set seen in the future is the Bewitched set of Darrin's office at McMann and Tate. Jeannie is also seen wearing a green genie costume in one scene. That costume is later used when Barbara Eden plays Jeannie's sister. The DVD release features a reconstructed soundtrack with a new laugh track.
|52||22||"There Goes the Best Genie I Ever Had"||Hal Cooper||Sidney Sheldon||February 20, 1967|
Being suspicious as to why Jeannie is being so nice, Tony finds out it is "Haji's Day". On that day, a master can wish away his genie. Tony decides to do that, but realizes he made a terrible mistake.Note: This is a clip show.
|53||23||"The Greatest Entertainer in the World"||Claudio Guzman||Sidney Sheldon||February 27, 1967|
|Tony needs Sammy Davis Jr. to entertain for General Peterson's 10th anniversary at NASA, but he is previously booked. Jeannie comes to the rescue by creating a duplicate of Sammy.|
|54||24||"My Incredible Shrinking Master"||Claudio Guzman||Sidney Sheldon||March 6, 1967|
|Jeannie has a nightmare that something terrible is going to happen to Tony. She is afraid because her dreams always come true. When Jeannie assists Tony by reducing the size of a motor, she accidentally shrinks him as well. While she spends the day shopping, Tony is menaced by a cat. Milton Frome appears as a produce clerk.|
|55||25||"My Master, the Pirate"||Claudio Guzman||Sidney Sheldon||March 13, 1967|
|When Tony tells Jeannie he is going to look for sunken treasure, she sends them both back in time to Captain Kidd's ship. A British aristocrat named Lady Diane Nelson (Elaine Devry) is being held prisoner on the ship. As she is one of Tony's ancestors, he must save her life or he'll cease to exist. The three of them manage to get off the ship and head to an island with the pirates in pursuit. Jeannie conjures up Capt. Fenwick (Digby Wolfe) and some British soldiers before "blinking" her and Tony back home.|
|56||26||"A Secretary is Not a Toy"||Claudio Guzman||Sidney Sheldon||March 20, 1967|
|Jeannie becomes General Peterson's secretary, because she hopes she can get Peterson to make Tony a general. Dr. Bellows believes he recognizes her and thinks she may be a spy since she has not passed a security investigation. Amos Lincoln (Bing Russell) of the C.I.A. arrives because there is no record of Jeannie anywhere. Tony tricks Jeannie into giving up on him becoming a general, because he tells her generals must be married.|
|57||27||"There Goes the Bride"||Larry Hagman||Sidney Sheldon||March 27, 1967|
|Jeannie wants to marry Tony. She puts a love spell on him, despite being warned by Haji (Abraham Sofaer), the Master of all genies, that it is forbidden. Once in Las Vegas, Haji makes Tony have several accidents that can only be undone if the love spell is taken off of him. Once Jeannie realizes that she has lost her powers to help Tony, she takes the spell off. Jonathan Hole appears as a Hotel clerk. Jack Bailey appears as one of the doctors about to treat Tony.|
|58||28||"My Master, Napoleon's Buddy"||Claudio Guzman||Sidney Sheldon||April 3, 1967|
|Upon finding out Tony is going to give a lecture about Napoleon, Jeannie sends the two of them back to meet him. After talking to Napoleon about not invading Russia, Napoleon thinks Tony is a spy. While Tony is in a dungeon, Jeannie tries to convince Napoleon that Tony was right. Things do not go well, and as Tony is about to be executed, Jeannie brings them back home. Danielle De Metz appears as Josephine.|
|59||29||"The Birds and Bees Bit"||Larry Hagman||Allan Devon[n 1]||April 10, 1967|
|Learning that genies lose their powers if they marry a mortal, Tony proposes to Jeannie. Jeannie and Roger have Haji (Abraham Sofaer) see the future, and find out that it will be the perfect marriage. After Roger finds out that Tony wants lots of children, Jeannie summons Haji again and finds out their daughter will be a genie. Because Jeannie didn't tell Tony, Haji does and the wedding is off.|
|60||30||"My Master, the Swinging Bachelor"||Hal Cooper||Sidney Sheldon||April 17, 1967|
|A suspicious Dr. Bellows invites himself to dinner at Tony's house. Tony believes he is looking for Jeannie, so Tony asks her to go out for the evening. When Tony asks Kathryn Golato (Bridget Hanley), a former girlfriend to cook dinner, Jeannie gets jealous and tampers with the food to make it taste bad. She then creates a cake that makes everybody act like children.|
|61||31||"The Mod Party"||Claudio Guzman||Douglas M. Dick (story)|
Peggy Chantler Dick (story and teleplay)
|April 24, 1967|
Roger decides to hold a mod party and invites Tony and Jeannie. They forget it conflicts with a meeting Dr. Bellows set up, and say they will be hunting. Mrs. Bellows finds out about the party when Jeannie goes to buy a dress. When Dr. and Mrs. Bellows go to the party to confront Tony and Roger, Jeannie puts them in Roman hunting outfits and they end up camping in the rain.Guest Star: Dabney Coleman as Captain Dan Yardley
Season 3 (1967–68)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|62||1||"Fly Me to the Moon"||Hal Cooper||Robert Marcus||September 12, 1967|
Tony and Roger are training a chimpanzee named Sam to be on the first flight to the Moon. Jeannie turns him into a human (Larry Storch). When she tries to turn him back, she accidentally turns Tony into a chimp. After Jeannie returns from a Beauty Salon, Roger tells her what happened, and she blinks Sam and Tony back to themselves.Guest Stars: Judy Pace as a receptionist at the Beauty Salon. Parley Baer as General Whiston. Howard Morton as Mr. Sidney, a Beautician.
|63||2||"Jeannie or the Tiger?"||Hal Cooper||James Henerson||September 19, 1967|
|After not seeing her for over 200 years, Jeannie decides to invite her sister (also named Jeannie) for a visit. When Jeannie II notices Tony's picture, she decides to trap Jeannie in her bottle and take her place as a way to steal her beloved master. Jeannie II hopes to turn him into an international playboy taking him everywhere around the world. The two sisters fight over Tony until Jeannie conjures up Jeannie II's Master to claim her.|
|64||3||"The Second Greatest Con Artist in the World"||Claudio Guzman||Allan Devon[n 1]||September 26, 1967|
While Jeannie and Tony are in Hawaii, a con man (Milton Berle), who pretends to be wealthy Mr. Vanderhaven, tries to get Jeannie's scarab pin, given to her by Tutankhamun, in exchange for diamonds supposedly found on a beach near Diamond Head. Once Tony convinces Jeannie she has been cheated, she goes back and scams the con-artist. Fred Clark appears as the real Mr. Vanderhaven.Note: Alternate director Hal Cooper appears as "Eddie".
|65||4||"My Turned-On Master"||Hal Cooper||Dennis Whitcomb||October 3, 1967|
To keep her word she will not cause problems at a press banquet, Jeannie promises she can live without magic for 24 hours and proves it by transferring her powers to somebody. That somebody is Tony. Jeannie eventually tells Tony what she has done, but not before he inadvertently transfers the power to Dr. Bellows.Guest Star: Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez as Pedro
|66||5||"My Master, the Weakling"||Claudio Guzman||Ron Friedman||October 10, 1967|
Commander Kiski (Don Rickles) is a tough physical fitness fanatic that is working Tony and Roger to exhaustion. Jeannie mellows Kiski by giving him the personality of his aunt. Harry Harvey Sr. appears as Gen. Powlett.Guest Stars: David Soul as an Orderly
|67||6||"Jeannie, the Hip Hippie"||Hal Cooper||Christopher Golato[n 1]||October 17, 1967|
Dr. Bellows cancels Tony's camping vacation when his wife cannot find a band to play at a function. Not wanting Tony to miss his vacation, Jeannie picks four guys (Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart along with William Lewis and Steve O'Reilly) and uses her magic to make them play.Note: Phil Spector, who is credited in this episode as "Steve Davis", guest stars as himself. Boyce and Hart also perform "Out and About", which reached number 39 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1967.
|68||7||"Everybody's a Movie Star"||Claudio Guzman||Mark Rowane[n 1]||October 31, 1967|
|Director Allen Kerr (Paul Lynde) decides to make a documentary on Tony and Roger. During filming Roger constantly over-acts. Roger overhears a conversation between Kerr and Dr. Bellows and thinks that their discussion about Tony's star making qualities is about him, so he goes even more over the top in his acting.|
|69||8||"Who Are You Calling a Jeannie?"||Hal Cooper||Marty Roth||November 7, 1967|
|While Tony is giving a tour at NASA, Jeannie interrupts him to show him how she plans on redecorating the house. Before she can blink out she is accidentally struck on the head by Doctor Bellows. As a result she loses her memory and is brought to the hospital where she is hounded by a shyster lawyer (Richard Deacon). Tony and Roger then try to help her regain her memory by trying to convince her that she is a genie and in the process she turns Bellows into a mouse. He is mistaken for a mouse that is to be put on a rocket heading for Mars. Tony and Roger try to not only get Jeannie's memory back, but turn Bellows back to normal before he heads for space.|
|70||9||"Meet My Master's Mother"||Claudio Guzman||Marlene Fanta Shyer||November 14, 1967|
|Tony's eccentric mother (Spring Byington) comes to visit and declares her intention to stay. This does not meet with Jeannie's approval, especially as she finds fault in his housekeeping. Jeannie tries all kinds of tricks to get rid of her. Tony's Mother reveals the main reason for coming is to try to marry off her son. She only agrees to leave after meeting the blonde single Jeannie.|
|71||10||"Here Comes Bootsie Nightingale"||Hal Cooper||Paul West||November 21, 1967|
|Jeannie gets jealous when Dr. Bellows orders Tony to escort actress Bootsie Nightingale (Carol Wayne) to a benefit reception. When Tony arrives to pick up Bootsie, Jeannie changes his voice to make him sound cartoonish. She then goes to the reception with Roger. Tony's voice is returned to normal and Bootsie is about to announce her engagement to Tony. But Jeannie plays a few tricks on her to prevent it. Jesse White appears as Bootsie's manager.|
|72||11||"Tony's Wife"||Claudio Guzman||Christopher Golato[n 1]||November 28, 1967|
|Jeannie's sister wants to steal Tony, so she tells Jeannie that she was born under the sign of the jinx and that she has to leave Tony for 15 years. Jeannie tries to find Tony a wife to take care of him and introduces him to Helen Wheeler (Shannon Farnon). Tony continues to see Helen, despite Jeannie II's pranks. Once Tony and Jeannie realize Jeannie II tricked them, they come up with a plan to capture her.|
|73||12||"Jeannie and the Great Bank Robbery"||Larry Hagman||Teleplay by|
Seaman Jacobs, Fred Fox, James Henerson
Seaman Jacobs & Fred Fox
|December 5, 1967|
When Tony has an important report to finish, he tries to get Jeannie out of his way by telling her to go help someone. She ends up helping some bank robbers in a heist and uses Tony's car in the process. After the police trace the car back to Tony, he tells Jeannie to straighten things out. With Jeannie's help, Tony captures the crooks. Severn Darden appears as Milton, one of the crooks.Guest Star: Mike Mazurki as Girard, one of the crooks.
|74||13||"My Son, the Genie"||Claudio Guzman||Bill Richmond||December 12, 1967|
|On the same day Jeannie is ordered to help train an inept young genie named Harold (Bob Denver), Tony finds out that U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson will be coming for dinner. One genie is tough enough, but two turn out to be even more nerve wracking. Whether sweeping up or tossing the salad Harold can't seem to get anything right.|
|75||14||"Jeannie Goes To Honolulu"||Claudio Guzman||Mark Rowane[n 1]||December 19, 1967|
Tony lies to Jeannie about going to the North Pole for survival training, but instead goes to Hawaii. When Jeannie finds out, Tony comes up with a story that he is protecting a princess (Brenda Benet) from some bad guys. Roger let's it slip to Jeannie that the princess is actually the Admiral's daughter. Jeannie then plays a few tricks on Tony.Guest Star: Don Ho as Himself
|76||15||"The Battle of Waikiki"||Hal Cooper||Marty Roth||January 2, 1968|
|After Tony says he would like to talk to King Kamehameha (Michael Ansara), Jeannie blinks him into the present. Disappointed at what he sees, Kamehameha tries to raise an army to retake Hawaii.|
|77||16||"Genie, Genie, Who's Got the Genie? Part 1"||Claudio Guzman||James Henerson||January 16, 1968|
|While hiding in a safe destined for the Moon, Jeannie ends up locked inside when Tony accidentally closes the door. Tony and Roger hire a safecracker (Edward Andrews) and his helper (Lou Antonio) to get her out. Unfortunately, it appears the safe ends up on the rocket and on its way to the Moon. Jack Smith appears as Congressman Widdicomb.|
|78||17||"Genie, Genie, Who's Got the Genie? Part 2"||Claudio Guzman||James Henerson||January 23, 1968|
|It turns out Roger switched boxes and the safe did not go to the Moon. The safecracker and his helper then steal the safe, but when they find out it will explode if they get the combination wrong, they end up paying a pawnbroker (Reta Shaw) to get rid of it, who then sends it to a junkyard to be scrapped. Tony thinks all is over after thinking the safe has been crushed, but it fell off the conveyor belt and was unharmed. After getting it back, Tony and Roger try to get the safe's creator (Ned Wertimer) to open it, but he says only the President of the United States knows the combination. Susan Howard appears as Miss Temple the Switchboard Operator.|
|79||18||"Genie, Genie, Who's Got the Genie? Part 3"||Hal Cooper||James Henerson||January 30, 1968|
|When Jeannie's sister finds out Jeannie is locked in the safe, she arranges to have assignments between Tony and another astronaut (Mike Farrell) swapped, sending Tony to the Middle East. When he goes to Baghdad searching for the head genie, she captures Tony and puts him in a birdcage. When Roger tries to rescue Tony, he is also imprisoned in the birdcage. She is found out by her own master, Habib (Ted Cassidy), who forces her to let them go.|
|80||19||"Genie, Genie, Who's Got the Genie? Part 4"||Hal Cooper||James Henerson||February 6, 1968|
When Tony finds out NASA is getting an expert (Benny Rubin) to open the safe, he disguises it as an ice cream cart and takes it home. Roger tries to delay the expert so Tony can open the safe, but he still makes it to NASA. They find out the safe will explode in a few hours, so Tony takes him to the safe to open it. They successfully defuse the bomb, but then scare the expert into thinking the timer started up again to make him leave. Jeannie was knocked unconscious and cannot escape through the drilled holes, so Tony finishes the combination and opens the safe, freeing Jeannie.Guest Star: Ron Masak as Joe the ice cream man.
|81||20||"Please, Don't Feed the Astronauts"||Hal Cooper||Ron Friedman||February 13, 1968|
|Tony and Roger are tested to exhaustion by a nutrition expert Commander Porter (Paul Lynde). Jeannie tries to help by giving them more energy. This promts Porter to send the three of them to Skull Island without supplies. To help them, Jeannie creates a Friendly Native Village (complete with a sign that says, "Friendly Native Village"), run by her cousin, Hamid (Ted Cassidy). Porter believes it all to be a mirage. After they return, Porter demands to go back to the island, with Tony and Roger explaining how they survived.|
|82||21||"My Master, the Ghostbreaker"||Hal Cooper||Christopher Golato[n 1]||February 20, 1968|
|When Tony finds out he has inherited an English castle, he takes Jeannie and Roger along to check it out. Unscrupulous estate agent James Ashley (Jack Carter), who also sold it to Sir Widgin Willingham (Ronald Long), tries to scare Tony out of the castle by making them think it is haunted. Leslie Randall appears as Chauncy Smedley, the butler.|
|83||22||"Divorce, Jeannie Style"||Hal Cooper||James Henerson||February 27, 1968|
|To prove to Tony that she can do things without magic, she has Haji remove her powers for a week. Unfortunately, Mrs. Bellows sees her, thinks Jeannie and Tony are secretly married and is appalled that she is running around in a harem costume and calling him master. She comes to the conclusion that Tony is a tyrannical husband. She decides that Jeannie needs a divorce. When Jeannie tries to explain to Mrs. Bellows and her lawyer that she is an actual genie, they believe she is crazy. Woodrow Parfrey appears as Mr. Murdock, Jeannie's divorce lawyer.|
|84||23||"My Double-Crossing Master"||Hal Cooper||Mark Rowane[n 1]||March 5, 1968|
|Tony makes a bet with Roger that Jeannie would never fall for another man. This leads to Tony disguising himself as a British officer and asking her out. Jeannie sees though Tony's disguise and plays along, making Tony quite jealous.|
|85||24||"Have You Ever had a Jeannie Hate You?"||Claudio Guzman||Allan Devon[n 1]||March 12, 1968|
|Due to her dastardly sister Jeannie II's meddling, Jeannie hates Tony to the point that she wants to kill him but is madly in love with Roger. Jeannie II brags to Tony how she used a hate potion to turn Jeannie against him and a love potion for Roger. Tony grabs the potions, finds Jeannie, and reverses the spells.|
|86||25||"Operation: First Couple on the Moon"||Claudio Guzman||Arthur Julian||March 19, 1968|
Tony doesn't want to be assigned to the first couple on the moon project fearing he will be paired with a boring intellectual. Jeannie's wicked sister Jeannie II poses as a Dr. Rita Walters and competes against Professor Henrietta Swanson to be Tony's partner. Using her powers, Jeannie II wins the spot. Once Tony finds out who Dr. Walters really is, he plots to get rid of her. In the end, Dr. Bellows scrubs the mission.Guest Star: William Smith as Turk Parker, Henrietta's fiance.
|87||26||"Haven't I Seen Me Someplace Before?"||Claudio Guzman||Marty Roth||March 26, 1968|
|Jeannie gives Roger one wish for his birthday. Roger accidentally wishes he could swap places with Tony in order to go on the Trailblazer I mission. The two switch bodies and do not realize it right away. Roger is the only one that can undo the wish. Jeannie and Tony must try to find Roger before he takes Tony's place on the mission. While doing so, they have to work hard to stop Dr. Bellows and Gen. Peterson from finding out the truth.|
Season 4 (1968–69)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|88||1||"U-F-Ohh Jeannie"||Hal Cooper||Marty Roth||September 16, 1968|
Tony and Roger are testing an experimental aircraft that resembles a flying saucer. When Jeannie pops in, her weight causes the aircraft to land far off course. A family of hillbillies (J. Pat O'Malley and Kathleen Freeman) mistake them for Martians and hope to turn them into NASA for a reward.Guest star: William Bassett as Clem
|89||2||"Jeannie and the Wild Pipchicks"||Claudio Guzman||James Henerson||September 23, 1968|
|Jeannie's mother gives Jeannie some candies known as pipchicks. When Tony eats one, he gains terrific strength. When Dr. Bellows finds out, he tries to get Tony to give the recipe to NASA dietician Col. Abigail Finch (Reta Shaw). But Tony says there is no real recipe, just a pinch of this and a pinch of that. Tony is ordered to work on a new batch of pipchicks, but Jeannie's mother crosses them up with a different recipe. Once eaten, these candies bring out the person's hidden inhibitions.|
|90||3||"Tomorrow is Not Another Day"||Hal Cooper||Bruce Howard||October 7, 1968|
When the daily newspaper does not arrive, Jeannie blinks one in. Unfortunately, she blinks the following day's paper featuring a headline saying an astronaut has broken his leg. But it doesn't say which astronaut. Tony and Jeannie head off to find Roger thinking that it might be him. Roger, who has taken the sports section, decides to bet on horses with the information.Guest star: Rosey Grier as Sam, Roger's masseur
|91||4||"Abdullah"||Claudio Guzman||Marty Roth||October 14, 1968|
|Jeannie agrees to babysit her baby nephew, Abdullah (played by Barbara Eden's real life son Matthew Ansara), while his parents are taking a late honeymoon. She also agrees to take their place for their master, and leaves Tony and Roger to take care of Abdullah. Jane Dulo appears as a nurse.|
|92||5||"Have You Heard the One About the Used Car Salesman?"||Hal Cooper||James Henerson||November 4, 1968|
After Jeannie crashes Tony's car, it is brought to used car dealer Carl Tucker (Carl Ballantine) to be repaired. Tucker tries to cheat Jeannie by purchasing the damaged car from her, and then he tries to make her buy it back at a higher price. Jeannie teaches him a lesson while he's doing a live TV commercial.McHale's Navy (Beckman in fourth season only).
|93||6||"Djinn-Djinn, Go Home"||Hal Cooper||James Henerson||November 11, 1968|
|While picking up items for her charity auction at Major Nelson's house, Amanda Bellows finds a friendly little stray dog and would like to adopt it. It turns out to be Jeannie's dog, Djinn-Djinn, who has come home to his mistress. Among Djinn-Djinn's favorite tricks are turning invisible at inopportune times, and launching invisible attacks on anyone wearing a military uniform.|
|94||7||"The Strongest Man in the World"||Claudio Guzman||Ray Singer||November 18, 1968|
When Jeannie users her magic to help Tony knock out some thugs, he ends up being entered in a boxing match with a Marine. Before the fight, Jeannie gets trapped in a locker and is not able to help Tony.Guest Star: Richard X. Slattery as Gen. Hamilton, Jerry Quarry as himself, "Slapsie Maxie" Rosenbloom as himself, Pepper Martin appears as Killer Culligan.
|95||8||"Indispensable Jeannie"||Claudio Guzman||James Henerson||November 25, 1968|
Tony and Roger must spend a week together in Tony's house as a compatibility test. Jeannie is sent away, so she puts the house on automatic, granting their every wish. When Dr. Bellows hears that they are not getting along so well and are always fighting, he decides that they should be split up as a team. Jeannie causes Dr. Bellows and his wife to have a fight, so he realizes that anyone can fight and still stay together.Guest star: Roger Garrett as Joe
|96||9||"Jeannie and the Top Secret Secret"||Hal Cooper||Searle Kramer||December 2, 1968|
During their third anniversary together, Major Nelson is called to deliver a top secret NASA film to The Pentagon. Dr. Bellows calls Tony with instructions to meet a Sgt. Marion (Joseph V. Perry), who will give him the film. Jeannie overhears and thinks he is meeting a young woman and changes the film. This leads to Tony and Dr. Bellows getting into trouble. Sabrina Scharf appears as the woman Jeannie thinks Tony is going out with.Note: Vinton Hayworth plays General Watson, but would soon take the recurring role of General Schaeffer, succeeding General Peterson.
|97||10||"How To Marry an Astronaut"||Hal Cooper||James Henerson||December 9, 1968|
|Jeannie II returns and says that she can help her sister get Tony to marry her. She shows her how easy it is to get a man without the aid of magic. Jeannie II uses Roger as her guinea pig. Eventually she gets Roger to propose, and when Jeannie tries to use the same technique on Tony she fails miserably. However, it turns out that this is just another scheme by Jeannie II to finally get Tony into her clutches.|
|98||11||"Dr. Bellows Goes Sane"||Richard Kinon||James Henerson||December 16, 1968|
Dr. Bellows assembles a complete dossier on Tony to prove his case against Tony for General Peterson. Because of all the fanciful things in the report (which were caused by Jeannie), General Peterson (Barton MacLane) believes Dr. Bellows is insane. General Peterson replaces him with an unorthodox psychiatrist Dr. Corbett (Joe Flynn), who intends to use truth serum and "hypnodiscs" on Tony to reveal his psyche and his secrets. Tony and Jeannie keep trying to make Dr. Corbett appear insane, but things keep going wrong.Note: This is the last appearance of Barton MacLane as General Peterson before the death of MacLane, who would appear in this role posthumously in 3 episodes.
|99||12||"Jeannie, My Guru"||Claudio Guzman||James Henerson||December 30, 1968|
Tony's new superior officer, General Schaeffer (Vinton Hayworth), despises hippies, especially a shaggy specimen named Harold (Michael Margotta) who has been hanging around Schaeffer's daughter Suzie (Hilarie Thompson). While at Tony's house, she finds out about Jeannie. Suzy blackmails Tony into letting Harold hide out at his house or else she will spill the beans about Jeannie.Note: This is the first appearance of General Schaeffer, and it aired 2 days before the death of Barton MacLane, who played General Peterson.
|100||13||"The Case of My Vanishing Master, Part 1"||Hal Cooper||James Henerson||January 6, 1969|
|Suspecting a leak, NASA sends Tony to a secret location to finish design work on a spacecraft. However, he is shipped out before he can inform Jeannie and Roger. He is then replaced by a double who only knows the basics and when he arrives at Tony's he gets to experience first hand what life is like with a genie. Things really become crazy when the double thinks that Jeannie is Tony's girlfriend and winds up inadvertently proposing to her. Benny Rubin appears as an Arabian Reverend.|
|101||14||"The Case of My Vanishing Master, Part 2"||Hal Cooper||James Henerson||January 13, 1969|
|Roger accidentally finds out that Tony has been replaced by a double and races to Tony's house to prevent the double from not only marrying Jeannie, but to prevent Doctor Bellows from finding out about her. They are successful on both fronts, but still have no clue as to where the real Tony is. However, it is revealed that the impostor Tony is also a double agent working for a foreign power sent to steal the project the real Tony was working for. Things really get complicated when the real Tony returns home.|
|102||15||"Ride 'Em Astronaut"||Claudio Guzman||James Henerson||January 27, 1969|
After Jeannie is the millionth customer at a local market, the Store Manager (Richard Erdman) crowns her queen of the supermarket. Charles Akins (John Myhers), owner of the Wild West Rodeo, would like Jeannie to also be queen of his rodeo. Tony and Roger dress up as cowboys so they can keep an eye on Jeannie. They accidentally sign up to enter the show. Things do not go well for Tony, until Jeannie steps in. Mark Miller appears as Wild Bill Barrows.Note: The ending is stock footage from the Season 3 episode, "Tony's Wife".
|103||16||"Invisible House For Sale"||Hal Cooper||James Henerson||February 3, 1969|
Following Roger's suggestion, Jeannie decides to sell the house so that Tony will have more time with her. When a Mrs. Winkler comes to see the house, Jeannie makes it appear much larger than it really is. But when Tony finds out and tells her that he does not want anyone else seeing the house, she makes it invisible.Guest stars: Harold Gould as Irwin Winkler. Joan Tompkins as Mrs. Natalie Winkler.
|104||17||"Jeannie, the Governor's Wife"||Hal Cooper||Christopher Golato[n 1]||February 10, 1969|
Jeannie wants Tony to run for governor, with Roger's enthusiastic approval but Tony declines since he is not interested in politics. She has posters put up all over town. Dr. Bellows sees the 'Nelson for Governor' poster in Tony's office, warning him to get rid of it before General Peterson finds out. Jeannie blinks up a nickelodeon machine that foretells the future (first seen in "My Master, the Civilian"), showing Tony the cheering crowds and adulation due to come his way. But, when it also shows Governor Tony marrying another woman, Jeannie puts a stop to it all.Note: This is the 1st of 3 posthumous appearances of Barton MacLane as General Peterson.
|105||18||"Is There a Doctor in the House?"||Oscar Rudolph||Christopher Golato[n 1]||February 17, 1969|
Major Nelson keeps falling asleep when someone whistles. Jeannie finds out her mother is responsible and gets her to reverse the spell but not before she accidentally gives Dr. Bellows the same illness. Problems arise when Jeannie's mother falls in love with the unconscious Dr. Bellows.Note: This is the 2nd of 3 posthumous appearances of Barton MacLane as General Peterson.
|106||19||"The Biggest Star in Hollywood"||Claudio Guzman||James Henerson||February 24, 1969|
Tony and Dr. Bellows are going on a secret trip to Hollywood. While clothes shopping with Tony, Jeannie is spotted by Gary Owens and George Schlatter of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In. Seeing her trick of appearing inside a mirror, they want her on the show. Hoping to be rich and famous, Roger, pretending to be her agent, takes her to Hollywood as the Princess Armena.Guest stars: Sid Melton as photographer Doug Reynolds; Gary Owens, George Schlatter, Arte Johnson and Judy Carne as themselves.
|107||20||"The Case of the Porcelain Puppy"||Claudio Guzman||James Henerson||March 3, 1969|
Jeannie practices a new spell that changes things into porcelain. She transforms Tony's hat and briefcase into pottery that shatters before a stunned Dr. Bellows. Tony tells him he has taken up pottery as a hobby. Jeannie accidentally turns her dog Djinn-Djinn into porcelain. Amanda Bellows sees the dog statue and wants it and calls in art expert Mr. Farber (Woodrow Parfrey) to examine it. Mr. Farber is convinced that the porcelain item is from the 15th century and very rare.Note: final appearance of Barton MacLane as General Peterson. MacLane died of double pneumonia on New Year's Day, 1969.
|108||21||"Jeannie for the Defense"||Hal Cooper||Bruce Howard||March 10, 1969|
Tony gets caught in a speed trap and then becomes victim of a hit-and-run scam in a small town where Roger and he go fishing. The Crawfords (Kay E. Kuter and Ann Morgan Guilbert), the occupants of the car, fake injuries and sue Tony and Roger. Jeannie comes to the rescue.Guest Stars: Dick Sargent as Norman Cashman, Tony's lawyer. J. Pat O'Malley as Judge Elroy Miller. William Bassett as Sam Farrow, the prosecutor. William Bramley as the policeman.
|109||22||"Nobody Loves a Fat Astronaut"||Claudio Guzman||Christopher Golato[n 1]||March 17, 1969|
Jeannie II tries to split up Jeannie and Tony by convincing Dr. Bellows that Tony is mentally and physically unfit to go into orbit.Note: This is the first appearance of General Schaeffer after the death of Barton MacLane, who played General Peterson. General Schaeffer had previously appeared in episode 99.
|110||23||"Around the Moon in 80 Blinks"||Claudio Guzman||James Henerson||March 24, 1969|
|Jeannie has a cold and passes it on to Tony by kissing him. The cold symptoms wreak havoc with her powers. Jeannie accidentally blinks down Commander Leslie Wingate (Richard Mulligan) from their capsule orbiting the Moon instead of Tony. She then blinks down Tony. Amanda and Dr. Bellows come to Tony's house to decorate it for a "Welcome Home" party. At home and at NASA, Tony and Leslie must avoid being seen. Jeannie eventually gets the men back to their capsule.|
|111||24||"Jeannie-Go-Round"||Claudio Guzman||James Henerson||April 7, 1969|
|Jeannie II hopes to win Tony's affection by having him think Jeannie is turning against him. Jeannie II trails Tony to the Cocoa Beach Cabana where she causes havoc in front of the Bellowses as Jeannie. Back at home, Tony thinks he's going crazy because Jeannie II keeps appearing as Jeannie even though Tony knows he put Jeannie in her bottle. Dave Barry appears as the night club comedian.|
|112||25||"Jeannie and the Secret Weapon"||Leo Garen||Larry Markes||April 14, 1969|
Tony and Roger are working on the plans to make a new spacecraft fly. Jeannie turns the top secret project into a scale model which can actually fly. Tony tells her to get rid of it so she gives it to a boy in the park that has an inventor father. Tony and Roger are accused of selling government secrets.Guest Stars: Ron Masak as MacWhorter, the inventor father. Richard Schaal as Marvin Oglethorpe, designer of the spacecraft.
|113||26||"Blackmail Order Bride"||Claudio Guzman||James Henerson||May 12, 1969|
|After Tony refuses to give information on his private life at a press conference, unscrupulous reporter Charlie Farnum (George Furth) disguises himself as a plumber to obtain information and earn himself a Pulitzer Prize. He hides cameras and tape recorders in various locations in Tony's house. Tony and Jeannie find out and ruin all evidence of Jeannie's existence. Farnum stoops to blackmail by getting his wife (Barbara Bostock) and two sons to pose as the wife and children Tony abandoned years ago. Jeannie briefly believes it, but after finding out the truth, they turns the tables on Farnum.|
Season 5 (1969–70)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|114||1||"Jeannie at the Piano"||Hal Cooper||James Henerson||September 16, 1969|
|Jeannie casts a spell on the piano in the Cocoa Beach officer's club, making Tony appear to be a musical virtuoso when he sits down to play. Amazed by Tony's talent, Gen. Schaeffer (Vinton Hayworth) books the astronaut on a nationwide concert tour. The only problem is that it is the piano and not Tony that is issuing forth the beautiful music. Tony has to go to great lengths to make sure that piano is with him at every stop.|
|115||2||"Djinn-Djinn, the Pied Piper"||Claudio Guzman||James Henerson||September 23, 1969|
Gen. Schaeffer prevails upon Tony to take Jupiter, Schaeffer's pet Great Dane, for a training walk. Tagging along is Jeannie's magical mutt Djinn-Djinn, who takes an instant dislike to Jupiter. The two dogs go missing and then wind up at the pound. Tony must try and rescue them, while Djinn-Djinn causes chaos there.Guest star: Dick Wilson as Dockweiler the dog catcher.
|116||3||"Guess Who's Going to Be a Bride? Part 1"||Hal Cooper||James Henerson||September 30, 1969|
|Jeannie's Uncle comes to visit. Tony mistakes him for Amir Yachmin (Frank De Vol), a foreign dignitary that Tony is to show around NASA. The Amir is an enemy of Jeannie's Uncle and he tries to get Tony to kill the Amir. After another rebuff by Tony to marry her, Jeannie takes up her Uncle Suleiman's (Jackie Coogan) offer to become queen of a foreign country.|
|117||4||"Guess Who's Going to Be a Bride? Part 2"||Hal Cooper||James Henerson||October 7, 1969|
|After Jeannie leaves, Tony realizes he can't live without her. Dr. Bellows also informs Tony that he has been dropped from the astronaut program because of the incident with the Amir. After being reinstated, Tony goes after Jeannie. When they return to NASA, Tony's announcement that they are engaged is a surprise even to Jeannie.|
|118||5||"Jeannie's Beauty Cream"||Hal Cooper||Joanna Lee||October 14, 1969|
Jeannie gives Amanda Bellows some of her beauty cream. The problem is the cream causes her appearance to be completely changed and no one can recognize her. Even she doesn't realize it. Chaos ensues when she shows up at NASA. Jeannie creates a new cream to change her back.Guest Stars: Harold Gould as General Whetherby and Laraine Stephens as the changed Mrs. Bellows.
|119||6||"Jeannie and the Bachelor Party"||Hal Cooper||Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant||October 21, 1969|
|Roger and Dr. Bellows plan on throwing Tony a bachelor party against Tony's wishes. Dr. Bellows idea for the party includes poker, cigars and football films, while Roger wants to throw one complete with girls, booze and a girl in the cake. They also plan on keeping it a secret. Unfortunately, a nosy Amanda gets suspicious. This then causes Jeannie and Amanda to head to NASA. Tony has to figure out how to explain it all.|
|120||7||"The Blood of a Jeannie"||Claudio Guzman||John L. Greene||October 28, 1969|
|Jeannie and Tony go shopping for her wedding ring before they go for their blood tests. Jeannie must find a substitute for her blood because genies also have green blood corpuscles. They ask Roger if they can use his blood. However, Roger got a series of inoculations prior and now Dr. Bellows thinks that Jeannie is a walking germ factory and forces her to undergo a physical. Before the physical, Jeannie blinks the Ormandy (Ivor Francis) jewelry store into Tony's office to catch a pickpocket (Ned Glass) who lifted Tony's wallet. Jeannie has her eyes dilated and as a result she can't blink the jewelry store back.|
|121||8||"See You in C-U-B-A"||Hal Cooper||John McGreevey||November 4, 1969|
Jeannie blinks Tony away from a mission in a fully automatic military plane because she can't decide what to serve for their luncheon that afternoon. She returns him to his plane which she lands in the country of Cuba rather than the original destination of Puerto Rico. There, Tony finds himself a prisoner of Jose. Roger has to tell Jeannie to get her master back, which she does, but leaves the plane in Cuba. She then blinks Tony and Roger back to Cuba. Then when the luncheon starts, she blinks both of them back, along with the plane that is now in the street.Guest stars: Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez as Jose, Farrah Fawcett as Tina, Roger's girlfriend.
|122||9||"The Mad Home Wrecker"||Hal Cooper||Howard Ostroff||November 11, 1969|
|The Bellowses want to have Maj. Nelson's home redecorated for a wedding present. However, Helasco, the decorator they chose, wants to turn the house into an eclectic nightmare. Tony, pretending to be hired help, does significant damage to Helasco's creation. Jeannie, not knowing Tony was the one that did all the damage and despite her hating the way it will look, restores Helasco's work. Everyone hates the results of the artist's latest creation, so Jeannie blinks up a new design that drops Helasco into a dead faint.|
|123||10||"Uncles a Go-Go"||Russ Mayberry||Ron Friedman||November 25, 1969|
|Two of Jeannie's English uncles — Azmire (Ronald Long) and Vasmir (Arthur Malet) — appear in order to approve Tony prior to their marriage. Jeannie tries to appease the egos of the two disparate uncles. Vasmir trades places with Dr. Bellows to examine Tony at NASA, with Azmire trading places with General Schaeffer. Azmire winds up approving of Tony and the two uncles get Tony out of a sticky situation.|
|124||11||"The Wedding"||Claudio Guzman||James Henerson||December 2, 1969|
|Maj. Nelson and Jeannie finally get married, with Maj. Healey as best man. However, problems arise when Jeannie explains to Tony that genies cannot be photographed. In fact, Jeannie panics and almost calls off the wedding and considers eloping instead. However, she comes up with an interesting solution when she decides to use a robotic mannequin to pose as her and be photographed until it comes time for the vows. Jack Smith appears as Rev. Weems.|
|125||12||"My Sister, the Homewrecker"||Claudio Guzman||James Henerson||December 9, 1969|
Jeannie's evil sister reads about Jeannie and Tony's wedding and flies into a rage. She finds out that Jeannie was invited to a party welcoming Major Biff Jellico (Michael Ansara) back to the space program after a few years away competing in auto racing. She disguises herself as Jeannie and seduces Jellico in full view of the Bellowses. The next night Jellico arrives at the Nelsons to pick up Jeannie and finds out Jeannie is Tony's wife. Now Jeannie must prove that it wasn't her at the Bellowses party and stop her sister before she breaks up her and Tony's marriage.Guest star: Farrah Fawcett as Tina/Cindy (the character is called "Tina" in the show but listed as "Cindy" in the credits).
|126||13||"Jeannie, the Matchmaker"||Claudio Guzman||Don Richman, Bill Daily||December 16, 1969|
|Both Tony and Jeannie are trying to play matchmaker with single Roger. Tony tries to match him with General Schaeffer's niece Patricia (Janis Hansen), who turns out to be a party girl. Jeannie tries a computer dating service, which also turns out unexpectedly as the woman (Elaine Giftos) who runs the service decides to go after Roger herself. Roger must juggle between two very different women when they both show up at the same bar.|
|127||14||"Never Put a Genie on a Budget"||Oscar Rudolph||Sidney Sheldon||December 30, 1969|
|Jeannie gets arrested for taking items from stores that she has charged, but she doesn't have a charge account. After Tony has to pay for all the items, he puts her on a budget. Things get worse when Maj. Gregorian (Noam Pitlik), a visiting Russian cosmonaut, is invited for dinner at the Nelson's home. Jeannie serves a really meager meal and introduces a young couple (Larry Bishop and Maggie Thrett) she has taken in as boarders. The Major believes all American Astronauts are paupers. Dr. Bellows gives Tony one last chance to impress their visitor. Stafford Repp appears as Lt. Morgan.|
|128||15||"Please Don't Give My Genie No More Wine"||Jon Anderson||James Henerson||January 6, 1970|
When Tony forgets to take a gift when dining with the Bellows, Jeannie blinks up some wine. The wine is delicious but as soon as the Bellows taste it, they become invisible. Worse yet, a congressman is set to arrive after their dinner. Tony then calls Roger to have him delay the congressman so he and Jeannie can sober up the Bellowses and make them visible again before the congressman arrives.Guest Star: Alan Oppenheimer as Congressman Farragut
|129||16||"One of Our Hotels is Growing"||Jerry Bernstein||Robert Rodgers||January 13, 1970|
|Tony and Jeannie go on a honeymoon, accompanied by the Bellows' and Roger, who want an ordinary holiday. As there are no rooms available, Jeannie creates a 13th floor. She is forced to blink it in and out to stop the Bellows and the hotel staff (Marvin Kaplan and Ned Wertimer) finding out the truth.|
|130||17||"The Solid Gold Jeannie"||Jerry Bernstein||Joanna Lee||January 20, 1970|
Tony, Commander Wingate (Robert Hogan) and Roger have to be in isolation as they may contaminate the outer world with germs from the Moon. Jeannie forgets this and blinks in to hug Tony. Because of this Tony and Roger suggest that Jeannie shrink herself down to size and disguise herself as one of the gold commemorative statues that were given to the astronauts and to hide from the very suspicious Wingate. Unfortunately, Wingate drops Jeannie and when she gets a headache she mistakenly takes sleeping pills instead of aspirin. Now Tony and Roger really have their hands full. Shirley Bonne appears as Sally Wingate. Guest star: Bill McKinney as Crewman #1Note: Astronauts were actually housed in a Mobile Quarantine Facility, which was placed aboard the recovery ship. Mobile Quarantine Facilities became unnecessary after Apollo 14.
|131||18||"Mrs. Djinn-Djinn"||Russ Mayberry||Richard Bensfield, Perry Grant||February 3, 1970|
|Djinn Djinn arrives for a visit and this time he is not alone as he brings his mate with him and she is pregnant with a litter of puppies. Due to a silly misunderstanding, Roger believes Jeannie is expecting a child and tells Tony. Tony rushes home only to find out that it's not him that's going to be a father but Djinn Djinn, who still hasn't been broken of the habit of shredding uniforms. Meanwhile, Roger blabs to the NASA staff that Jeannie is pregnant and soon Dr. Bellows and General Schaeffer are planning a surprise baby shower. When the guests show up, Jeannie, Tony and Roger must prepare not only for a litter full of magical puppies to arrive, but keep Djinn Djinn out of the living room unless they want a living room full of shredded uniforms.|
|132||19||"Jeannie and the Curious Kid"||Claudio Guzman||Richard Bensfield, Perry Grant||February 10, 1970|
|Mrs. Bellows' nephew Melvin (Michael Barbera) sees Jeannie come out of her bottle when he spends the day at the Nelson's house. He later steals the bottle after seeing Jeannie return to it. Dr. Bellows phones Tony and tells him the bottle is with them and he can pick it up in the morning. Meanwhile, Melvin transfers Jeannie to another bottle. Tony and Roger decide to break into the Bellows house to get the bottle. After some mishaps, they rescue Jeannie.|
|133||20||"Jeannie, the Recording Secretary"||Claudio Guzman||James Henerson||February 24, 1970|
|Jeanie is nominated as the recording secretary of the officer's wives association. The association is going to hold a best husband contest. They want to interview Tony, but he is on a one week mission. Tony and Roger have just taken sleeping pills and Jeannie blinks him back. Jeannie has to blink Tony back and forth each time the ladies want to interview him.|
|134||21||"Help, Help, a Shark"||Claudio Guzman||James Henerson||March 3, 1970|
|Tony is denied a vacation when he yells out while Gen. Schaffer is taking his shot at the pool table, causing him to lose a grudge match against old friend Gen. Charles Fitzhugh (Jim Backus). Tony manages to convince Fitzhugh to play another match with Schaffer, but because of Jeannie, Tony accidentally breaks Schaffer's hand. Dr. Bellows then gets Fitzhugh to play Tony instead. With Jeannie's help, Tony is about to win the game. But, it is also Jeannie that makes Gen. Schaffer yell out causing Tony to miss the winning shot.|
|135||22||"Eternally Yours, Jeannie"||Joseph Goodson||James Henerson||March 17, 1970|
|Tony gets a letter from his old college sweetheart Bonnie (Toian Matchinga), saying she is going to meet up with him. Jeannie gets jealous and turns herself into the girl, but Tony sees Jeannie using her powers and decides to teach her a lesson. Unfortunately for Jeannie, Roger refuses to let her get away, while the real Bonnie shows up in Tony's office. Tony, thinking Bonnie is Jeannie, makes a pass at her. Bonnie's jealous husband Moose Murphy (Denny Miller) is not far behind.|
|136||23||"An Astronaut in Sheep's Clothing"||Bruce Kessler||James Henerson||March 24, 1970|
|To celebrate six months together, Jeannie tries to knit a gift sweater for Tony on realizing that he considers hand-made gifts to be more valuable, but she fails when she tries to raise a sheep and get its wool sheared. She must then hide the presence of the hungry uniform eating goat from her suspicious husband.|
|137||24||"Hurricane Jeannie"||Claudio Guzman||James Henerson||April 28, 1970|
|A hurricane traps Tony, Jeannie, Roger and Dr. Bellows overnight in the Nelsons' house. The doctor is amazed that the Nelson phone is the only one still working, and that dinner has been cooked by an electric stove with no electricity. When an eavesdropping Dr. Bellows sees Jeannie preform several acts of magic, Tony finally confesses that he married a genie in a bottle. In the end, Tony dreamed that Dr. Bellows witnessed it all.|
|138||25||"One Jeannie Beats Four of a Kind"||Michael Ansara||Perry Grant, Richard Bensfield||May 19, 1970|
General Schaeffer informs Major Healey about a card shark fleecing the men at NASA. Dr. Bellows and the General joke that Tony is the card shark when he beats Roger, Senator Martino (Herbert Rudley) and themselves in a poker game. The next poker night finds sore loser Roger earning all the winnings, with Jeannies help. Turns out Martino is not really a senator, but the actual card shark, who must now explain to "The Boss" how he keeps losing. With Jeanie's help, the card shark gets caught.Guest star: Walter Burke as The Boss
|139||26||"My Master, the Chili King"||Claudio Guzman||James Henerson||May 26, 1970|
Tony's cousin Arvel (Gabriel Dell) persuades Jeannie to give Tony "financial security" as a surprise present by marketing his homemade chili, with Tony's picture on every can. Jeannie does not realize that Tony is not allowed to endorse products. She proceeds to distribute cans of the chili to all the local supermarkets, which Tony has to chase down and get rid of.
Guest star: Dick Van Patten as Market ClerkNote: This is a posthumous appearance of Vinton Hayworth (died May 21, 1970) as General Schaeffer.
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|M1||"I Dream of Jeannie... Fifteen Years Later"||William Asher||Dinah Kirgo, Julie Kirgo (story)|
Irma Kalish (story and teleplay)
|October 20, 1985|
Jeannie has been a happily married housewife for 15 years to her astronaut husband Tony Nelson (Wayne Rogers) and has a teenage son, T. J. (Mackenzie Astin). When Tony is promoted to Colonel and is about to retire from the NASA space program, he breaks his promise to Jeannie for one more space flight. Jeannie is furious and decides to separate from her husband to be a more independent modern woman.Note: Larry Hagman was unavailable, so Wayne Rogers played Tony Nelson.
|M2||"I Still Dream of Jeannie"||Joseph L. Scanlan||April Kelly||October 20, 1991|
Col. Tony Nelson is on a top-secret space mission for NASA and Jeannie does not know of his whereabouts. To make matters worse, since Tony has been away for a long time, Jeannie cannot remain in the plane of reality for more than three months without an earthly master. She then begins her desperate search for a temporary master which leads her to a singles bar and other misadventures.Note: Larry Hagman was unavailable, so Tony Nelson is seen only in animated opening.
On August 27, 2013, it was announced that Mill Creek Entertainment had acquired the R1 rights to various television series from the Sony Pictures library including I Dream of Jeannie. They subsequently re-released the first two seasons on DVD on April 1, 2014. On October 6, 2015, Mill Creek Entertainment re-released I Dream of Jeannie: The Complete Series on DVD in Region 1.
In Australia, a repackaged Complete Series collection was released on 23 November 2010 in a purple box (the first version was a pink box). On November 4, 2015 a 50th Anniversary Edition of The Complete Series was released. On 6 July 2016, all five individual seasons were re-released as well as another The Complete Series collection, now distributed through Shock Entertainment.
|DVD name||No. of
|Region 1||Region 2||Region 4|
|The Complete First Season||30||March 14, 2006||May 23, 2006||July 19, 2006|
|The Complete Second Season||31||July 11, 2006||October 17, 2006||November 22, 2006|
|The Complete Third Season||26||January 30, 2007||May 8, 2007||May 10, 2007|
|The Complete Fourth Season||26||September 11, 2007||October 24, 2008||December 9, 2008|
|The Complete Fifth and Final Season||26||July 8, 2008||January 15, 2009||December 9, 2008|
|The Complete Series||139||November 11, 2008||October 26, 2009||November 23, 2009|
|I Dream of Jeannie...Fifteen Years Later||—||January 1, 2013||—||—|
|The Complete Series (Mill Creek)||139||October 6, 2015||December 31, 2016||—|
Some episodes were released on VHS. It is assumed they are no longer in print. This is a complete list.
|Release date||Additional information|
|I Dream of Jeannie (3 VHS boxed set)||6||September 24, 1996||2 episodes per cassette (6 episodes)|
|I Dream of Jeannie: Waiter, There's a Girl in My Bottle||2||September 24, 1996||
|I Dream of Jeannie: Risky Business||2||September 24, 1996||
|I Dream of Jeannie: Jeannie Ties the Knot||2||September 24, 1996||
|I Dream of Jeannie: Jeannie's Seein' Stars||3||July 7, 1998||
|I Dream of Jeannie: A Genie in Training||3||July 7, 1998||
|I Dream of Jeannie Collector's Edition: Bellows' Fellows||4||May 22, 1995||
|I Dream of Jeannie Collector's Edition: The Healy Factor||4||May 22, 1995||
|I Dream of Jeannie Collector's Edition: Magical Misfires||4||May 22, 1995||
|I Dream of Jeannie Collector's Edition: Magical Occasions||4||May 22, 1995||
|I Dream of Jeannie Collector's Edition: Master Mischief||4||May 22, 1995||
|I Dream of Jeannie Collector's Edition: Once Upon a Bottle||4||May 22, 1995||
|I Dream of Jeannie Collector's Edition: Powerful Playmates||4||May 22, 1995||
|I Dream of Jeannie Collector's Edition: Safe Keeping||4||May 22, 1995||
|I Dream of Jeannie Collector's Edition: Sibling Rivalry||4||May 22, 1995||
|I Dream of Jeannie Collector's Edition: Think Before You Blink||4||May 22, 1995||
- This name was a pen name used by Sidney Sheldon
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-12-30. Retrieved 2013-12-28.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
- "Set List" (JPG). Oi62.tinypic.com. January 11, 1966. Retrieved 18 January 2019.
- Mill Creek Entertainment Signs Deals With Sony Pictures Home Entertainment To Expand Their Distribution Partnership Archived 2014-10-06 at the Wayback Machine
- Mill Creek Release for 'Season 1 and 2' is Set for Spring Archived 2014-02-25 at the Wayback Machine
- New Details, Packaging for Mill Creek's 'Complete Series' Archived 2015-08-22 at the Wayback Machine