Jambi the Genie. A character played by John Paragon first in the early 80's Groundlings stage version of the Pee-wee Herman Show, and later on the CBS Saturday morning kids' show Pee-wee's Playhouse. Jambi wore a red turban, blue (sometimes green) face makeup, read lipstick and occasionally a gold earring in his right ear. He would grant Pee-wee one wish per day, by reciting the chant: "Mekka Lekka Hi Mekka Hiney Ho!" followed by: "The wise is granted. Long live Jambi."
Jambi: Then repeat after me, in the ancient language of "Jambese". Mekka Lekka Hi Mekka Hiney Ho.
Pee-wee: Mekka Lekka Hi Mekka Hiney Ho.
Jambi: Mekka Lekka Hi Mekka Jonny Ho.
Pee-wee: Mekka Lekka Hi Mekka Jonny Ho.
Jambi: Molla Mekka Holla Molla Hey!
Pee-wee: Molly Mekka Holla Mekka.... (mumbles)
Jambi: The wish is granted. Long live Jambi.
Pee-wee: Thanks Jambi!
A character from Pee-wee's Playhouse. Globey was a talking Globe with eyes, a rather large nose, a toothless mouth, two arms and no legs. He spoke with a French accent and often helped Pee-wee out with "worldly" information, such as foreign languages and geography.
Globey: And that's how you play the Geography Game!