In her memoir, 'Jeannie Out of the Bottle,' Barbara Eden shares the story of her long and charmed life in Hollywood. From her Marilyn Monroe connection, to working with Elvis Presley, to of course starring as one of pop culture's iconic TV characters. Although Eden has thrived career-wise, she has also experienced a terrible amount of tragedy. Her second husband was verbally abusive and a cocaine addict and most heart-breakingly her only child, Matthew, died of a drug overdose at age 35. Eden talks to PopEater about the lingering pain of losing her son, how she dealt with her difficult 'Jeannie' costar Larry Hagman -- she also loudly disputes claims the show was sexist -- and reveals what it's like to be hit on by O.J. Simpson ("uncomfortable") and Elvis Presley ("sweet").