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[to Jeannie II]
And make sure you wear BOTH halves of your bikini!
[Jeannie II smiles and leaves the apartment]
[after Jeannie II has left]
Just curious... which half of the bikini did your sister wear?
The left one.
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Jeannie has always been a bit on the feisty side (that's a quality I like about her; she's nowhere near as domesticated as Samantha). I can understand her feeling a little taken for granted after so many years (she's not a robot, people -- she has feelings too).
Great idea ... but they messed up the ending. It caused a MAJOR continuity problem for its successor, "I Still Dream of Jeannie".
It had its moments (I liked the scene where she has to tell her son about her ... "secret identity").
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