|Blue Djinn's Bottle|
|Item Type||Genie Bottle|
|Purpose(s):||Residence or prison for the Blue Djinn for the safekeeping of others whom he might want to kill or imprison in bottles|
The Blue Djinn's Bottle is an aged black-and-greenish bottle similar to Jeannie's bottle and the wicked twin sister Jeannie's bottle. It is an Arabian genie bottle that is the home of the Blue Djinn and was uncorked by Anthony Nelson on the same island where he found Jeannie in her bottle.
DescriptionThe exterior of the Blue Djinn 's bottle also carries the appearance as all genie bottle. The bottle's base is round and has an oval shape like Jeannie's to allow the interior to have enough room for him to sleep and reside. The top and the body of the bottle is circular and narrow to allow the genie to exit their bottle through smoke or magic. When the Blue Djinn smokes out of his bottle, the color is blue like the color of his body and outfit.
The Blue Djinn's bottle has a different color than Jeannie's bottle. It resembles Jeannie's bottle used in the first season of the show, but this one has a more greenish color. The reason why this bottle could be that green, is because it could be meant to look like a very old bottle and aged through the centuries. The greenish color could also be the effect algae of the sea water. A little black can be seen and some faded patterns.
- Genie Bottles used in I Dream of Jeannie, I Dream of Jeannie... Fifteen Years Later, and I Still Dream of Jeannie are all Jim Beam alcohol bottles produced in 1964.