Has anyone ever noticed inaccuracies while watching I Dream of Jeannie? During the first season I noticed a few myself. In one of the earlier episodes of the first season, the second episode, when Jeannie takes Major Nelson back to her time period, he's told by Jeannie that they have traveled 2,000 years back in time. Now, I'm not one to say he knows a lot, but at the time of that episode, 1965, the United States of America was only around 190 years old. When Jeannie takes him back in time, as he's arguing with the Slave Master/Auctioneer, Major Nelson claims that he's an astronaught with NASA and the United States of America. Major Nelson should have been intelligent enough to realize that the United States hadn't even been formed yet and the British didn't even colonize the America's until the 16th century, the 1500's. Another thing I noticed, in Episode 13, is that Major Nelson frees Jeannie with his last wish yet Jeannie is forced back into Genie service when her bottle is given to the Russians in "Russian Roulette." If she is freed by her master, Major Tony Nelson, how is she still forced into service? Just a few inconsistencies I noticed in some of the episodes. You would think that the producers for the television series, the writers, would have done some research before producing the series with the first season.