Tony finds that his new neighbors are Gen. Schaeffer and his hippie daughter,
Suzie. Suzie learns Jeannie's secret and holds it as a threat over Tony. She runs a party in
Tony's home and a weird assortment of hippies, with musical instruments arrive. The uproar
brings the General to Tony's door but Jeannie blinks. up a Good Humor truck blaring the same
music. Leaving for a trip, the General puts Suzie into Tony's charge with orders to keep out
Harold, a hip poet. The General returns unexpectedly and Jeannie blinks Harold into a closet..
Harold and Suzie hail her as a guru. Mayor Bellows sees Tony in his wildly painted car, the
work of Suzie and Harold. Jeannie changes Tony into an unrecognizable hippie Roger bears the
brunt of Gen. Schaeffer's wrath and is given an exhausting assignment. Suzie orders Tony to
announce her marriage to Harold to her father, or she will tell what she knows about Jeannie.
The General orders Tony to join Roger. Later, as Tony tries to keep him from seeing Harold,
Jeannie blinks the hippie into complete respectability. The General accepts Harold, but now
Suzie rejects him. She takes up with Herman, a hulking motorcyclist, and announces he will be
Tony's houseguest for a few weeks.