Tony bets with Roger that Jeannie is loyal and asks her to meet him at NASA. Then, disguised as Geoffrey Tiffin-Smythe, he tells her Tony was called away. He is shocked when she agrees to lunch with him instead. Dr. Bellows assumes Geoffrey is a visiting English psychiatrist and insists on a consultation. Geoffrey tells Jeannie he can't lunch with her and invites her to dinner. Dr. Bellows unburdens himself and relates his problems with Major Nelson. Geoffrey cites Dr. Freud and advises Bellows not to inhibit Major Nelson. At home, Tony states he's working late. Jeannie replies she's going out with her old Uncle Geoffrey. Expecting Geoffrey, Jeannie blinks out all trace of Tony. Roger meets Geoffrey and thinks he has won the bet. Tony wagers another $50 that Jeannie will say goodbye to Geoffrey. Hiding, Roger sees Jeannie kissing Geoffrey. Before Tony comes home, Jeannie blinks everything back. When Dr. Bellows arrives, asking for Geoffrey, Tony runs in and out, switching from his own identity to Geoffrey. Bellows wants to see them together and Tony thinks it over. When Jeannie produces another Geoffrey, Tony realizes she knew all along. Jeannie explains she loves him, no matter who he is. As Roger berates Jeannie for deceiving Tony, Tony rips off his disguise. Roger pays off the bet.