When Tony's future father-in-law is accepting an ambassadorship, he offers Tony a prestigious position if he leaves the Air Force.

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When Tony's future father-in-law is accepting an ambassadorship, he offers Tony a prestigious position if he leaves the Air Force.

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9 October 1965 (USA)  »

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This was the last appearance of Melissa Stone and her father General Stone. See more »

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After extinguishing Jeannie's stove top disaster, Tony never turns the gas burners off. See more »

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Anthony 'Tony' Nelson: You must be a mind-reader.
Jeannie: Oh, no, no. I cannot read minds, Master. Oh, but I have a friend, Nostradamus, who does a marvelous job of...
Anthony 'Tony' Nelson: I bet you do.
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Melissa breaks her engagement to Tony
4 November 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Jeannie and the Marriage Caper" was the second and final appearance of Karen Sharpe as Tony's fiancée Melissa Stone, and Philip Ober as her demanding father, General Wingard Stone. Melissa is anxious to move up the wedding date, especially when her father becomes European ambassador, intending his son-in-law to come along as military attache. Jeannie blinks herself into a houseboy (Mako) before she learns about the general's plans, while at the bachelor party Roger finds himself replaced as best man by Melissa's former beau Grover Caldwell (John Hudson). With both Melissa and her father making plans without Tony's consent, it's only a matter of time before the wedding is off, making for an ecstatic Jeannie. It was a good thing to resolve this conflict fairly early in the series, making things easier going forward.


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