I Dream of Jeannie

Season 5 Episode 27

I Dream of Jeannie: 15 Years Later

Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Oct 20, 1985 on NBC
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Episode Summary

I Dream of Jeannie: 15 Years Later
Now after 15 years,being married to her master, Jeannie is a suburban homemaker with a son.When her master husband is now promoted to Colonel and is about to retire from NASA space program she plans to celebrate.In the meantime, Jeannie also uses her magic powers to thwart her sister, Jeannie II who tries to destory her sister's marriage,with plans for Colonel Anthony Nelson not to retire like he promised Jeannie and have him go on another space flight with a lady astronaut Captain Nelly Hunt.Jeannie struggles with her desire to be an independent modern woman and must make decision to save her marriage and husband.moreless

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    Wayne Rogers

    Wayne Rogers

    Colonel Anthony "Tony" Nelson

    Guest Star

    Mackenzie Astin

    Mackenzie Astin

    T.J. Nelson

    Guest Star

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (1)

      • During the show's original run, the network forbade Barbars Eden's navel to be shown on her skimpy costume. But in this movie it was allowed.

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    • NOTES (5)

      • Wayne Rogers wasn't the only cast member of "M*A*S*H" to appear in an episode of "Jeannie". Jamie Farr, who played Klinger, appeared in the first season episode "Get Me to Mecca on Time". Also, Rogers replacement Mike Farrell, who played B.J. Honeycutt, appeared in Part 3 of the four parter "Genie, Genie, Who's Got the Genie".

      • As was predicted in the episode "The Birds and the Bees Bit", Tony and Jeannie did have a son that they named Anthony (aka. T.J.) and that he wouldn't inherit his Jeannie's powers. However, they never did have a daughter that Haji predicted that they would have.

      • William Asher was also the director of "Bewitched".

      • This film was Hayden Rorke's final screen performance before his death in 1987.

      • Because Larry Hagman was not available to reprise his role of Tony Nelson due to filming "Dallas", the producers instead used "MASH" veteran Wayne Rogers.

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