Jul 262013

Jeannie, The Hip Hippie

Jeannie, The Hip Hippie

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  1. 26 of 26 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Whacky, funny show., January 31, 2007
    Dr J (United States) –

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    You probably already know this show and its premise. The third season is a turning point. To a large degree, Jeannie sheds her harem costume for normal clothes (BTW, this season was filmed in color, as was the second. But the coloring here seems to be very brilliant–it really stands out and grabs your attention.) My goodness, that woman is pleasing to the eye! Nevertheless, the fact that Jeannie is clad in regular clothes allows for a whole new type of episode. The change is greater than when Roger found out that Tony has a genie. No longer is she stuck at home, periodically popping in at NASA, but she is out-and-about, meeting and interacting with people and being a major figure in most of the sketches.

    Jeannie’s evil sister is introduced this season and that opens up a whole new range of problems. Also, in this season, the show seems to have ‘arrived,’ as it landed a number of guest appearances from well-known celebrities, including Milton Burle, Bob Denver, and the pop duo Boyce and Hart.

    If you liked this show when you were growing up, you’ll love it again. However, please do not try to find any hidden meaning to life’s problems in this show. It was designed to be silly and whacky! IT’S A FANTASY!! Please keep that in mind when you watch OR REVIEW this show!

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  2. 29 of 32 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    IDOJ Season 3 is finally here!!!, December 3, 2006
    Susan W. Sager “fancyface” (Atlanta, Ga) –


    Sony should recall this set because there are a few major problems with the set. First of all I thought that I had a bad set and was going to return it.. but then I saw from other reviews that other people was having trouble as well. The episode “Bootsie Nightengale” is very jittery and jumpy throughout the last 15-20 minutes of the show.

    I didn’t know what to think was the problem, and thought it was possibly my dvd player going bad or faulty discs and I reset the dics over and it happened again on the same spot. I was just going to return it when I looked this up online and seen that this is one of the problems with the set.

    There is also a mistake on the cover art also because it sais that episode #13 “My Son The Jeannie” is on disc 3 but if you play disc 3 it is no where to be found because it is on disc 2 instead. How did Sony pull a mistake like that??

    This set is still worth buying if you are a true Jeannie fan but fer shame on Sony for releasing a set with so many mistakes! On the other hand all of the other episodes on this set have very good picture quality and are overall great episodes to watch and enjoy.

    I just wished the guys at Sony would have put the same thought and effort in to this set as they did “I Dream Of Jeannie” Season one and two box sets.

    Ok… now for the plot

    “I Dream Of Jeannie” Season 3 has a lot of great episodes and this will be the first appearance made by Jeannie’s evil twin sister. There will also be a 4-part continuing episode with this season entitled “who’s Got The Jeannie” 1-4. Here is a complete list of all the 26 episodes that you will receive with this set.

    1.) Fly Me To The Moon
    2.) Jeannie Or The Tiger?
    3.) The Second Greatest Con Artist In The World
    4.) My Turned-On Master
    5.) My Master, The Weakling
    6.) Jeannie, The Hip Hippie
    7.) Everybody’s A Movie Star
    8.) Who Are You Calling A Jeannie?
    9.) Meet My Masters Mother
    10.) Here Comes Bootsie Nightingale
    11.) Tony’s Wife
    12.) Jeannie And The Great Bank Robbery
    13.) My Son, The Genie
    14.) Jeannie Goes Honolulu
    15.) The Battle Of Waikiki
    16.) Genie, Genie, Who’s Got The Genie? (1)
    17.) Genie, Genie, Who’s Got The Genie? (2)
    18.) Genie, Genie, Who’s Got The Genie? (3)
    19.) Genie, Genie, Who’s Got The Genie? (4)
    20.) Please Don’t Feed The Astronauts
    21.) My Master The Ghostbreaker
    22.) Divorce, Jeannie Style
    23.) My Double-Crossing Master
    24.) Have You Ever Had A Jeannie Hate You?
    25.) Operation: First Couple On The Moon
    26.) Haven’t I Seen Me Someplace Before?

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  3. 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Still a charmer, October 20, 2007
    G. Jennings “G. J.” (Outside) –

    Over forty years later this show is still a charmer! Growing up I mostly watched Bewitched because my parents found it more “family-oriented”. Though Jeannie is a clean cut show, I think they were still jittery about the idea of a blonde running around in a skimpy harem costume and living with an astronaut she wasn’t married to. But now that I’m all grown up, I find I Dream of Jeannie a little more fun than Bewitched. Jeannie, Maj Nelson, Maj. Healy and poor Dr. Bellows get mixed up in these wacky little capers and manage to untangle themselves out of it later on. All the actors are comic naturals. The show is not afraid to bring in the hip and swinging scene with beautiful girls. I’m sure this was the best way for young models of the day to get introduced onscreen. I Dream of Jeannie is light and optimistic: you have a playful genie and adventurous astronauts. With Bewitched, there are traditions, spells, protocol, moral and family obligations. Both shows have their charming merits, but I Dream of Jeannie is full of fun.

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