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Always on Sunday
Season Two, Episode 2
Number (#32) in series (139 episodes)
IDOJ episode 2x2 - Always on Sunday - Roger and Tony going golfing
Roger and Tony prepare to go golfing, as they always do on Sundays, only problem is that Jeannie changed time as to where every day is Sunday, in "Always on Sunday" at the start of Season 2.
Air date September 19, 1966
Production code 2.02
Written by Sidney Sheldon
Directed by Hal Cooper
Guest stars: Bob Hoffman
Pancho Segura
Episode chronology
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"Happy Anniversary"
(Season 2 premiere)
"My Master, the Rich Tycoon"

List of I Dream of Jeannie episodes

Always on Sunday is the second episode of the second season of I Dream of Jeannie and the thirty-second episode overall. Directed by Hal Cooper, the episode, which was written by series creator Sidney Sheldon, first aired on NBC-TV on September 19, 1966.

Synopsis

When Jeannie thinks that her master needs more time to rest she makes everyday Sunday.

Summary

Tony tells Jeannie it's too bad every day can't be Sunday. Feeling Tony is overworked, Jeannie blinks and it becomes Sunday. She tells a horrified Tony it will be Sunday until he is rested.

Then she sends him on various vacations, on one, he finds himself playing tennis with Pancho Segura. When Tony orders Jeannie to turn off Sunday, she retreats into her bottle. In desperation, Tony tells Dr. Bellows the calendar has stopped. Bellows relays Tony's wild conclusion to Gen. Peterson.

Jeannie then decides to leave because everything she has done to please Tony, has turned out wrong. Learning Jeannie has gone, Tony realizes it will always be Sunday. Dr. Bellows hears Tony talking to Jeannie's bottle, trying to make her understand his feelings.

Tony tells Dr. Bellows the calendar has stopped. Bellows relays Tony's wild conclusion to Gen. Peterson. Jeannie decides to leave because everything she has done to please Tony, has turned out wrong. Learning Jeannie has gone, Tony realizes it will always be Sunday.

Dr. Bellows hears Tony talking to Jeannie's bottle, trying to make her understand his feelings. Tony tells him he wants to make a complete confession about all the events that have occured over the past year. Dr. Bellows calls Gen. Peterson to witness the confession, but Jeannie returns, and suddenly Tony's desire to confess about Jeannie fades.

When General Peterson arrives, Tony says he's been composing a song. He sings a love song to Jeannie, who is hidden inside the piano. Peterson exits, leaving a babbling and perplexed Dr. Bellows. Later, Tony then finds Jeannie has taken away Sunday and given the week two Mondays because he wished for more workdays!

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