Both Tony and Jeannie are trying to play matchmaker with single Roger.

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Single Roger feels left out now that Tony and Jeannie are married so the couple come up with their own ideas to get Roger a date. Jeannie goes to a computer dating service and, as it turns out, the woman who runs the service decides to go after Roger herself. Tony's idea for a match is General Schaffer's party girl niece. Now Roger must choose between two very different women. Written by Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>

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16 December 1969 (USA)  »

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When Larry Hagman hits the wall and falls, he actually got hurt. Barbara Eden can be seen looking at the director, who tells them to keep rolling, and then asks Larry if it hurt. Soon after she ad-libs for a kiss believed to remove some blood from his lip. See more »

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Bill Daily's only screen writing credit
30 November 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Jeannie, the Matchmaker" was only episode scripted by Bill Daily, in collaboration with Don Richman, and the lone writing credit of his entire career. The now married Tony hasn't any more time to spend with old buddy Roger, who feels left out and alone. Jeannie decides to play her part in getting a wife for him, finding a computer match in Laverne Sedelko (Elaine Giftos), while General Schaeffer asks Major Nelson to fix up Roger with his niece Patricia (Janis Hanson). Patricia isn't the shy, demure type, instantly hitting it off with Roger, so Jeannie serves her a Mickey Finn to clear the way for Laverne. After Laverne passes out from the same drink, General Schaeffer arrives with the Bellows, leading into some frantic situations trying to hide Patricia's condition from her stern uncle. Gorgeous Elaine Giftos made her sitcom debut in this episode, following Farrah Fawcett's two entries. Watch the scene where Jeannie blinks a wall in front of Tony, improvising a kiss to hide the very real blood on his lip from falling backwards.


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