Gilligan's Island: Season 2
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(Jan 11, 2005)
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Shipwrecked on an uncharted South Pacific island, seven stranded castaways struggle to survive disasters--both natural and man-made--but never stop trying to find a way to escape in this wonderfully wacky comedy series.]]>
- 32 episodes
- Season introduction by Russell "The Professor" Johnson and series creator Sherwood Schwartz
- Commentary on "The Little Dictator" (episode #3) by Sherwood Schwartz
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Dr. Boris Balinkoff (Vito Scotti) takes the castaways to his island castle where, with the help of Igor (Mike Mazurki), they perform experiments on them. The Doctor takes the brain of one person and puts it into the body of another person. He makes a mistake by putting Ginger's brain into Igor's body, because Igor breaks the chains holding the castaways. The professor manages to restore the brains to their rightful owners, trap the Doctor and Igor, and help the others make their way back to their island. Unfortunately, the boat sinks before the castaways can sail off the island again. Dr. Boris Balinkoff returns to the island in the third season episode "Ring Around Gilligan."
During the second season, Gilligan and the castaways manage to survive a grenade-wielding gorilla, volcanic activity, rising waters that threaten to sink the island, nearly getting trapped in a cave during a monsoon, a World War II mine that becomes activated, being bitten by deadly bugs, getting sick due to a lack of Vitamin C, and a crashed meteor that greatly speeds up the aging process. Even in the episode where everybody is allergic to Gilligan, the castaways manage to work together as a group. To survive cabin fever during the Winter, I suggest you watch the tropical treats that take place on "Gilligan's Island."
this is the first season to be shot in color, and after bob denver demanded that it be done(he really was a nice guy) we get "the professor and mary ann" added to the theme song.as a family we have movie and popcorn night on friday and the boys get to pick what we watch and they love gilligan. no bad words or over the top talk of sex and that is also one more reason this show is in our collection.
so "just sit right back, and you'll hear a tale" that the whole family can laugh with.
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We believe this is our favorite season of all. It is in color and funnyPublished 1 month ago by Jerry
It's a timeless classic. My kids love how many ever years later.
Brings back memories!