Tony receives a letter asking him to escort Miss Gordon around Cocoa Beach. Then he hits his head on a door and immediately thinks Jeannie is Miss Jeannie Gordon, the visitor. Tony falls in love with Jeannie and proposes to her. Every time Roger tries to tell Tony the truth, Jeannie blinks and Roger finds himself in far off places. Roger reports strange ailments to Dr. Bellows. When Tony, still amnesiac, tells Dr. Bellows that Roger thinks he is marrying a genie, Bellows concludes Roger has suffered a nervous breakdown. Dr. Bellows tells the story to General Peterson, who warns that if he's wrong about Tony and Roger, as he has been in the past, he'll be in trouble. Just as Tony completes his plans for his marriage to Jeannie, he bangs his head again. Forgetting all that has happened since he first banged his bead, Tony denies everything he himself told Dr. Bellows. Tony tells Jeannie there isn't going to be any wedding. She blinks, transporting Tony and Roger to a precarious mountain peak.