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Barbara Eden played a pretty widow who served as the head writer for a hit soap opera who real life - dealing with the show's mean-spirited star and troubled producer at work and her son and her boyfriend at home - is also a soap opera. Nearly 50 years have passed since Barbara Eden first popped out of that TV bottle, and she says her time on the classic ‘60s sitcom "I Dream of Jeannie" “were the happiest years of my life.” Now 83, Eden can still conjure up a crowd in a blink of a Jeannie eye, as I-Dreamers lined up hour after hour to meet Barbara at a recent fan-centric Hollywood Show in Los Angeles. It was just a huge shock when I found out that he had cancer." The TV Landers at the Hollywood Show have their own Jeannie mementos: photos, DVDs, even replicas of the Jeannie bottle for Barbara to sign. We're all in uniform so it isn't too dated." Barbara also spoke about her co-star Larry Hagman, who passed away in 2012.
Then, per his instructions, she "blinks" and causes a recovery helicopter to show up to rescue Tony, who is so grateful, he tells her she is free, but Jeannie, who has fallen in love with Tony at first sight after being trapped for 2,000 years, re-enters her bottle and rolls it into Tony's duffel bag so she can accompany him back home.
One of the first things Jeannie does, in a subsequent episode, is break up Tony's engagement to his commanding general's daughter, who, along with that particular general, is never seen again.
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Back in June, Maria Menounos underwent a seven hour brain surgery in order to get a benign melanoma (which was the size of a golf ball) off her brain.
To make matters worse, Miz Menounos' health issue came amid her mother Litsa Menounos' battle with stage four brain cancer. Related: Joe Jackson Hospitalized After Las Vegas Car Crash!Sitting down with “Extra,” Eden told us, "They know more about the show than I do. They're gone." Could a show about a woman and her "master" make its mark in today's politically correct times? They remember and they're still watching so that makes my heart grow very warm." What they may not know is that she can still rock Jeannie's iconic, pink and red genie outfit. In Hollywood, as everywhere he went, Frank Fay did not make a lot of friends.A standard joke of the time went "who's got the biggest prick in Hollywood? She currently has 30 gallery links in her own Free Ones section.