Résumé de l'épisode 41
Tony and Roger make another attempt to have Eric, the computer figure out Jeannie's birthday. Since Tony is scheduled to leave for Alaska on a mission, Dr. Bellows uses Tony's office while his own is being painted. To keep Bellows from discovering Jeannie in the desk drawer, Tony tries to keep him busy while Roger is feeding information into the computer. Telling Bellows he has an urgent problem, Tony lies down on the couch and relates a rambling, improbable story about animals. Roger returns and signals that he has the information. Tony abruptly tells Bellows that everything he told him happened in a dream. Before Roger can tell Jeannie the date, he is ordered to leave. Tony persuades Jeannie to stay until Roger returns in two weeks. To keep her happy, Tony decides to give Jeannie a birthday party. When he expresses regret that it can't be a big party, Jeannie blinks. Suddenly the room is filled with every historical figure from Cleopatra to Shakespeare. After a conversation with Dr. Sigmund Freud, Bellows tells Tony he can't catch him this time; he knows it's a costume party. Realizing that having a birthday will make her grow older as normal people do, Jeannie blames Tony for bringing up the subject in the first place.
Extrait de l'épisode 41 de I Dream of Jeannie: The Complete Series