On this day in 1965, "I Dream Of Jeannie" premiered to an audience already accustomed to the sight of a magic-practicing lady. (As long as she didn't expose her belly button.) To some of us, "Jeannie" wasn't as good as "Bewitched" as far as enchanted female leads go, but she did have a far more interesting place. Even if it was in a bottle. And had to refer to her love interest as "Master."
Here are 7 lessons we can learn from "I Dream Of Jeannie," if one ever ends up stranded in a bottle.
There's no such thing as "too much" when it comes to decorating one's home/bottle.
One always must be aware of the hazards presented by technology.
Always look before you answer the door/top of your bottle.
Let the exterior of your home be as magnificent as the interior.
If you're condemned to spend your life answering a high-strung (but handsome) man's wishes, make sure he has a patio, at the very least.
Geraniums are a great flower to sulk moodily next to.
If your home really just consists of one chamber, the sofa should be as plush as possible.