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Wow. That's an amazing shot.
Mamma mia.Every teenager kept watching this tv serie, hoping one day Ms Eden would show it all...Ah, dear Jeannie... Being Major Nelson I would not have been that scrupulous...
I had it so bad for her. I think I still do.
Mouth watering pose.
always wanted to hide out in that bottle
Major Nelson had to be written that way. According to Wikipedia even the animated opening sequence was chosen to "assure viewers that the show's premise was strictly a fantasy and explain WHY Jeannie and Captain Nelson were living under the same roof without benefit of marriage".The networks just copied each other back in the day with each one upping the ante. Bewitched, with its advertisers and married witch, was pretty fantastical on its own. With Jeannie they upped it to astronauts and a subservient female Genie who only responds to her master's rub.. and just happens to be incredibly hot.Ah well - it didn't do as well with adults. But once in syndication the teenage boys sure dug it.
...and of course there is this one (NSFW)http://www.kippage.com/2008/07/television-favourites/barbara-eden-nude-4/
either Miss Eden has lost the end of her thumb or that's an appaling piece of photoshop I'm afraid
This is a scan so any airbrushing would have had to take place in the photographer's studio. Plus, I can see both thumbs intact perfectly. And Stu, you're not supposed to be looking at the thumbs anyway. :)
Greg:I think Stu was referring to the NSFW link . . . which does, in fact, look like a clumsy bit of photoshopping.
hahaha yeah Greg, I think she has a great set of "thumbs" ;)Tom's right, I was referring to the NSFW link above
Oops, sorry, I didn't actually visit that link. I'm afraid I am in full ownership of that bad. It's all mine.
You know, I can remember the first time that I had sex with Ms. Eden.It would have been even better if she'd been there . . . .
Where's my baseball handbook? I think I hear mom opening the door...
Barbara Eden was a wonderful comedic actress -- remember, several years before "Jeannie," she was on a sitcom called "How To Marry A Millionaire" (an adaptation of the movie). Unfortunately, the decline of the studio system prevented her from gaining the success on the big screen she'd likely have had some 30 years earlier. Fortunately, TV was there to fall back on.
Craig Ferguson does a great little bit on watching "I Dream of Jeannie" as a kid. I can't find a recording of it now, but it's something like, "Doesn't Major Nelson know there's a young boy in Scotland who wants to see Jeannie's boobies?"I guess I was too young when I watched the show myself. It never occurred to me that Barbara Eden could even be naked under her outfit.
MIster Muleboy notwithstanding, she'll always be "Mrs. Michael Ansara" to me.
And yet, we still can't see her navel.
swac, Ha! Exactly. Nothing like ridiculous tv censorship. One of my favorites remains Fonzie having to wear a windbreaker for the first season of Happy Days unless he was near or on his motorcycle. Then he could wear the leather jacket but only then.
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