I Dream of Jeannie

Season 4 Episode 5

The Used Car Salesman

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Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Nov 04, 1968 on NBC
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The Used Car Salesman
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Jeannie accidentally wrecks Tony's car and takes it to what she thinks is a repair shop. However, it turns out that she took it to a used car lot and after it is repaired the car is now on the market.

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    Henry Beckman

    Henry Beckman

    Policeman

    Guest Star

    Bob Hastings

    Bob Hastings

    (as Homer)

    Guest Star

    Carl Ballantine

    Carl Ballantine

    (as Carl Tucker)

    Guest Star

    Bill Daily

    Bill Daily

    Major Roger Healey

    Recurring Role

    Hayden Rorke

    Hayden Rorke

    Dr. Alfred Bellows

    Recurring Role

    Emmaline Henry

    Emmaline Henry

    Amanda Bellows

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Tony: (to Jeannie) You can't go around blinking a policeman to Afghanistan. It's not- not legal. It's not even nice!

      • [after seeing Jeannie "self-destruct", in front of Homer and the Policeman, into a small pile of clockwork]
        ROGER: I didn't know genies had springs...

    • NOTES (4)

      • During Tony's TV interview, the name "Frances Gordon" is mentioned as a viewer with a question for Tony - "how thick is the dust on the moon?" That's the name of Sidney Sheldon's aunt, whose name is used in several episodes, and who actually did appear in "Jeannie Goes to Honolulu".

      • Xavier Nash appears briefly as "Harry the Mailman", who waves hello to Henry Beckman's "Policeman" just before Jeannie crashes into the intersection they're standing in. Nash received no screen credit in this episode.

      • The full title of this episode is "Have You Heard the One About the Used Car Salesman?".

      • This episode features guest appearances by TWO former cast members of "McHale's Navy", Bob Hastings and Carl Ballantine.

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