I Dream of Jeannie (1965–1970)
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The Girl Who Never Had a Birthday: Part 2 

Tony runs around trying to get Jeannie's birthday from Roger who had been sent to Alaska.

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Tony runs around trying to get Jeannie's birthday from Roger who had been sent to Alaska.

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21 November 1966 (USA)  »

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Tony and Roger (through Jeannie) say that Neptune was in Scorpio in 64 B.C., but that is incorrect. Neptune was in Cancer that year and for several years before and after, since Neptune remains in a particular sign for an average of 13 years. See more »

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Two weeks before Jeannie's birthday is revealed
13 November 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"The Girl Who Never Had a Birthday" concludes with a tiny Jeannie (having lost her powers) still trapped in the desk drawer in Major Nelson's office, Dr. Bellows using it with Tony going on an Alaskan survival mission for two weeks. Roger figures that since the $500 million ERIC (Electronic Rapid Input Computer) already knows the year she was born (64 B.C.) all they need to add is Jeannie's characteristics. Roger finds out the correct date, but is shipped off to Alaska in place of Tony before he can tell Jeannie. A two week wait before Roger returns is eased by a surprise birthday party in her honor, with famous guests like Shakespeare, Cleopatra, Sigmund Freud, Ben Franklin, Henry VIII, and Marie Antoinette. It would indeed be two weeks before we would learn that Jeannie's birthday is April 1, revealed in "My Master, the Great Caruso."


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