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Season: 1 | 2 | 3
Year: 1964 | 1965 | 1966 | 1967 | 1992


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 0: Marooned

16 October 1992
The pilot episode that tells the tale of a tiny ship which set off on a three-hour tour but got caught in a storm and crashed on an island. The pilot was filmed in November 1963, and not aired until almost 30 years later.

Season 1, Episode 1: Two on a Raft

26 September 1964
Gilligan and the Skipper construct a raft and set out to sea to find help. Back on the island, the remaining castaways are worried about possible headhunters.

Season 1, Episode 2: Home Sweet Hut

3 October 1964
The castaways fight over their living arrangements as a violent storm approaches the island.

Season 1, Episode 3: Voodoo Something to Me

10 October 1964
After somebody breaks into the supply hut, everyone suspects that a killer may be on the island--except for the Skipper, who thinks that it may be part of a voodoo curse.

Season 1, Episode 4: Good Night Sweet Skipper

17 October 1964
The Skipper figures out how to turn the radio into a transmitter in his sleep during a dream, so the other castaways try to get him back to sleep to fix it before a pilot scheduled to fly over the island arrives.

Season 1, Episode 5: Wrongway Feldman

24 October 1964
The castaways discover that famed but long-lost pilot Wrongway Feldman and his plane are on the island. They try to convince him to fly to civilization and rescue them, but he is reluctant to leave the island.

Season 1, Episode 6: President Gilligan

31 October 1964
The Skipper and Mr. Howell compete for leadership on the island by being named "President." When the castaways cast their votes, the result is surprising.

Season 1, Episode 7: The Sound of Quacking

7 November 1964
The hungry castaways find a wild duck on the island, but they don't know whether to use it as food or attach a message to him and hope for rescue.

Season 1, Episode 8: Goodbye Island

21 November 1964
Gilligan's attempt to turn sap into maple syrup yields a substance that is stronger than glue. The castaways patch up the Minnow and prepare to go back out to sea.

Season 1, Episode 9: The Big Gold Strike

28 November 1964
While Mary Ann, Ginger and the Skipper find the S.S. Minnow's inflatable liferaft in the lagoon, Gilligan and Mr. Howell discover gold in an underground mine on the island.

Season 1, Episode 10: Waiting for Watubi

5 December 1964
The Skipper is convinced he is doomed after he accidentally disturbs the resting place of a vengeful Tiki god, and the only thing that can break the curse is a visit from The Great Watubi.

Season 1, Episode 11: Angel on the Island

12 December 1964
Mr. Howell agrees to produce a play on the island to cheer up Ginger, but only makes things worse when he fires Ginger from the lead role and replaces her with Mrs. Howell.

Season 1, Episode 12: Birds Gotta Fly, Fish Gotta Talk

19 December 1964
Gilligan's Christmas wish appears to be coming true when a radio broadcast tells them their rescue is imminent. While they wait, they recall the first days on the island when Gilligan lost the radio and transmitter.

Season 1, Episode 13: Three Million Dollars More or Less

26 December 1964
Everybody wants a piece of Gilligan and his newfound riches after he wins a three million dollar bet with Mr. Howell.

Season 1, Episode 14: Water, Water Everywhere

2 January 1965
The castaways desperately try to find a new water source as they have completely exhausted their current water supply.

Season 1, Episode 15: So Sorry, My Island Now

9 January 1965
A Japanese solder arrives on the island, thinks it's still WWII, and holds the castaways prisoner on their own island.

Season 1, Episode 16: Plant You Now, Dig You Later

16 January 1965
Both Gilligan and Mr. Howell lay claim to a treasure chest that Gilligan dug up while working for Mr. Howell. The professor offers to settle ownership once and for all with a trial.

Season 1, Episode 17: Little Island, Big Gun

23 January 1965
A bank robber comes to the island to hide from the authorities and holds the castaways prisoner while he waits for his boat after his cover is blown.

Season 1, Episode 18: X Marks the Spot

30 January 1965
The Pentagon is set to launch a new deadly missile that will destroy everything within 100 miles of its path, and the island is ground zero.

Season 1, Episode 19: Gilligan Meets Jungle Boy

6 February 1965
Gilligan finds a young jungle boy on the island, as well as a helium supply that the professor plans to use to get rescued with a makeshift hot-air balloon.

Season 1, Episode 20: St. Gilligan and the Dragon

13 February 1965
The women on the island feel disrespected, so they decide to go off on their own without the help of the men. But which side will cave in first and admit that they need or miss the other?

Season 1, Episode 21: Big Man on a Little Stick

20 February 1965
A surfer arrives on the island, and the castaways try to encourage to head back to Hawaii and rescue them. However, he is more interested in making moves on Ginger and Mary Ann than getting back in a hurry.

Season 1, Episode 22: Diamonds Are an Ape's Best Friend

27 February 1965
A gorilla steals Mrs. Howell's diamond brooch, and while Mr. Howell offers a reward to the other castaways for finding it, the gorilla kidnaps Mrs. Howell too.

Season 1, Episode 23: How to Be a Hero

6 March 1965
Gilligan is jealous of the Skipper when he saves Mary Ann from drowning. But he may get his chance to be a hero yet when a headhunter takes the other castaways prisoner.

Season 1, Episode 24: The Return of Wrongway Feldman

13 March 1965
Wrongway Feldman returns to the island not to rescue the castaways, but to make the island his permanent home. As a result, the castaways try to trick him into returning to Hawaii and rescuing them.

Season 1, Episode 25: The Matchmaker

20 March 1965
Mrs. Howell decides to play matchmaker for Gilligan and Mary Ann, but her efforts inadvertently create a rift between Mr. Howell and herself.

Season 1, Episode 26: Music Hath Charms

27 March 1965
The castaways form a band for entertainment and diversion. But Gilligan's drumbeats are mistaken by tribes on other islands as a declaration of war.

Season 1, Episode 27: New Neighbor Sam

3 April 1965
The castaways are scared that a group of gangsters are on the island, but it turns out just to be a parrot who also squawks wildly when he hears the words "boat" and "jewel."

Season 1, Episode 28: They're Off and Running

10 April 1965
Gilligan is forced to become the Howells' man-servant when the Skipper loses a bet to Mr. Howell in a turtle race.

Season 1, Episode 29: Three to Get Ready

17 April 1965
The Skipper believes that Gilligan has found "The Eye of the Idol," which gives him three wishes before sundown. However, the Professor believes it is just a silly superstition and just an ordinary cat's eye.

Season 1, Episode 30: Forget Me Not

24 April 1965
A blow to the head gives the Skipper amnesia. The Professor tries to cure him through hypnosis, but he winds up believing that the other castaways are Japanese soldiers.

Season 1, Episode 31: Diogenes, Won't You Please Go Home?

1 May 1965
Everyone becomes suspicious of Gilligan when they discover that he's been keeping a diary, and they respond by creating their own written accounts of how they saved Gilligan from the Japanese soldier.

Season 1, Episode 32: Physical Fatness

8 May 1965
The professor makes a dye marker to help get rescued. The Skipper plans to join the Navy when they get home, but he finds out he must lose weight to meet their requirements--and Gilligan finds out that he must gain weight too.

Season 1, Episode 33: It's Magic

15 May 1965
While fishing, Gilligan reels in a magician's chest from the lagoon. But eventually Gilligan overhears that everybody is fed up with his unsuccessful attempts at magic, and he decides to run away.

Season 1, Episode 34: Goodbye Old Paint

22 May 1965
The castaways discover that a celebrated, eccentric artist is on the island, and they try to trick him into wanting to return to civilization so that they can use his transmitter.

Season 1, Episode 35: My Fair Gilligan

5 June 1965
After Gilligan saves Mrs. Howell's life, the Howells adopt him as their son. But Gilligan soon discovers that life as "Gilligan Thurston Howell IV" is not all it's cracked up to be.

Season 1, Episode 36: A Nose by Any Other Name

12 June 1965
Gilligan climbs a tree to collect coconut, and then falls to the ground. He nose takes the worst of the fall as it swells up to twice the size. The Professor decides he should teach first aid to everyone as he treats Gilligan.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Gilligan's Mother-in-Law

16 September 1965
Natives from a nearby island visit the castaways in search of a husband for one of the women. The daughter decides on Gilligan. Her native boyfriend shows up and wants to fight a duel for the woman.

Season 2, Episode 2: Beauty Is as Beauty Does

23 September 1965
Ginger, Mary Ann, and Mrs Howell decide to hold a beauty contest to see who will be named "Miss Castaway." Gilligan has to cast the deciding vote, so everybody else tries to influence his vote.

Season 2, Episode 3: The Little Dictator

30 September 1965
A Latin American dictator is exiled to the island, and he immediately declares himself dictator of the island, with Gilligan as his puppet leader in training.

Season 2, Episode 4: Smile, You're on Mars Camera

7 October 1965
A satellite bound for Mars lands on the island. The castaways hope to use it to provide visual evidence to the world that they are still alive.

Season 2, Episode 5: The Sweepstakes

14 October 1965
Gilligan wins a million-dollar sweepstakes and is invited to the Howell's country club. After feeling lonely he issues IOUs to the others so they may also attend. He quickly misplaces the wining ticket and they all get evicted.

Season 2, Episode 6: Quick Before It Sinks

28 October 1965
The professor's data indicates that the island is sinking, but the men don't want to break the news to the women, who have the men in the middle of a landscaping project.

Season 2, Episode 7: Castaways Pictures Presents

4 November 1965
The castaways find two crates of silent film equipment in a sunken boat in the lagoon. The Professor then comes up with the idea to make a film telling their story, send it out on a raft, and hope for rescue.

Season 2, Episode 8: Agonized Labor

11 November 1965
A Howell Industries stock collapse leaves the Howells broke. The fellow castaways try to cheer them up and try to teach them how to live like the working class.

Season 2, Episode 9: Nyet, Nyet, Not Yet

18 November 1965
Two Soviet cosmonauts land on the island, way off course from their target. The castaways hope to leave the island with them when they call their submarine, but the cosmonauts have other ideas.

Season 2, Episode 10: Hi Fi Gilligan

25 November 1965
While the castaways take precautions against a coming typhoon, an accidental blow to the head causes Gilligan's mouth to act as a radio receiver.

Season 2, Episode 11: The Chain of Command

2 December 1965
The Skipper trains Gilligan to be his replacement leader in case he is captured by savages. But when The Skipper is actually captured by savages, can Gilligan actually take control?

Season 2, Episode 12: Don't Bug the Mosquitoes

9 December 1965
The rock band "The Mosquitoes" arrive on the island for some much-needed R&R. But the castaways try to make their lives miserable so they'll want to leave--and take them with them.

Season 2, Episode 13: Gilligan Gets Bugged

16 December 1965
After Gilligan is bitten by a rare, deadly insect, The Professor informs him that he has 24 hours left to live.

Season 2, Episode 14: Mine Hero

23 December 1965
While The Professor tries to round up enough metal to make an anchor for a raft with an S.O.S. message attached to it, Gilligan reels in a World War II underwater mine from the lagoon.

Season 2, Episode 15: Erika Tiffany Smith to the Rescue

30 December 1965
Beautiful socialite Erica Tiffany Smith arrives and wants to buy the island to build a resort. The Skipper falls for her and tries to impress her, but she only has eyes for The Professor.

Season 2, Episode 16: Not Guilty

6 January 1966
The castaways discover that they are all wanted for questioning in a murder that took place right before they left Hawaii.

Season 2, Episode 17: You've Been Disconnected

13 January 1966
A telephone cable washes up on the island after a bad storm. The castaways try to use it to call home for help.

Season 2, Episode 18: The Postman Cometh

20 January 1966
The bachelors on the island try to cheer Mary Ann up after they hear on the radio that her boyfriend is marrying someone else. However, Mary Ann misreads their intentions and concludes that she is dying from eating poisonous mushrooms.

Season 2, Episode 19: Seer Gilligan

27 January 1966
Gilligan finds sunflower seeds on the island that gives him the ability to read minds, and when the fellow castaways find out, they want in on the action.

Season 2, Episode 20: Love Me, Love My Skipper

3 February 1966
Party time! But the castaways must choose which party -- the Howells' gala or a celebration for the skipper.

Season 2, Episode 21: Gilligan's Living Doll

10 February 1966
The castaways try to find a way to get a robot who has landed on the island to provide them with their rescue.

Season 2, Episode 22: Forward March

17 February 1966
Without warning, someone starts throwing hand grenades at the castaways. They start to plan how to avoid the attacks and find out who is doing it, or should they surrender?

Season 2, Episode 23: Ship Ahoax

24 February 1966
To cheer up the other castaways, Ginger (aided by the Professor) puts on a fortune-telling act. They have the whole group convinced she has supernatural powers, including Ginger herself, when her prediction comes true.

Season 2, Episode 24: Feed the Kitty

3 March 1966
A circus lion is found running amok on the island.

Season 2, Episode 25: Operation: Steam Heat

10 March 1966
Gilligan discovers a hot water spring on the island, and the castaways are thrilled by the prospect of having hot running water. The downside, as the Professor knows, is that this discovery proves the existence of an active volcano on the island.

Season 2, Episode 26: Will the Real Mr. Howell Please Stand Up?

17 March 1966
A man, who has assumed Mr Howell's identity, washes ashore on the island after falling overboard from a yacht in the south pacific.

Season 2, Episode 27: Ghost-a-Go-Go

24 March 1966
A man dressed as a ghost tries to scare the castaways off the island.

Season 2, Episode 28: Allergy Time

31 March 1966
Everybody finds themselves allergic to Gilligan.

Season 2, Episode 29: The Friendly Physician

7 April 1966
A mad scientist invites the castaways to his island, where he hopes to conduct strange experiments on them.

Season 2, Episode 30: V for Vitamins

14 April 1966
The Professor tells his fellow castaways that if they don't find a way to grow more oranges and other fruits on the island, they risk dying from vitamin deficiencies.

Season 2, Episode 31: Mr. and Mrs. ???

21 April 1966
A radio bulletin states that the minister who married the Howell's was a fraud.

Season 2, Episode 32: Meet the Meteor

28 April 1966
A meteorite hits the island, and its cosmic rays accelerate the life process in living things, causing Gilligan to dream about the castaways celebrating fifty years on the island.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Up at Bat

12 September 1966
Gilligan is bitten in the neck by a bat and fears he will transform into a vampire as a result. Gilligan's troubled sleep is haunted by a dream that he is indeed a vampire living in a European castle in 1895 where unsuspecting travelers and a famous detective and his doctor assistant appear at his doorstep. Will they be invited to stay for -or as- dinner?

Season 3, Episode 2: Gilligan vs. Gilligan

19 September 1966
A KGB agent that is identical to Gilligan questions the castaways about the nature of their shipwreck.

Season 3, Episode 3: Pass the Vegetables, Please

26 September 1966
While fishing in the lagoon Gilligan catches a crate filled with vegetable seeds. These seeds grow plants at a miraculous rate, but like everything good that happens on the island, there's a catch.

Season 3, Episode 4: The Producer

3 October 1966
A down on his luck producer, Harold Hecuba, appears on the island and refuses to make contact with his offshore boat until he has something to show on Broadway. After the castaways perform a musical version of Hamlet he slips away.

Season 3, Episode 5: Voodoo

10 October 1966
Gilligan loses his rabbit's foot in a cave, and finds buried clay items from earlier villagers. The cave also holds a witch doctor who decides to place curses on the castaways and put them under a voodoo spell.

Season 3, Episode 6: Where There's a Will

17 October 1966
Mr. Howell names the other castaways as beneficiaries in his will, then fears they may be trying to kill him for his money.

Season 3, Episode 7: Man with a Net

24 October 1966
An eccentric butterfly collector, Lord Beasley Waterford, is found meandering on the island in search of a rare butterfly.

Season 3, Episode 8: Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow

31 October 1966
After Gilligan's hair falls out he retreats to a cave on the other side of the island.

Season 3, Episode 9: Ring Around Gilligan

7 November 1966
A mad scientist hiding out on the island plants a ring that Gilligan finds. Soon after, he uses this ring to make the bearer follow his whims.

Season 3, Episode 10: Topsy-Turvy

14 November 1966
After Gilligan hits his head he sees everything upside down.

Season 3, Episode 11: The Invasion

21 November 1966
While fishing, the Skipper and Gilligan pull a locked U.S. Government attache case out of the lagoon.

Season 3, Episode 12: The Kidnapper

28 November 1966
The women are each taken in turn and held for ransom.

Season 3, Episode 13: And Then There Were None

5 December 1966
After the castaways disappear one by one, Gilligan dreams he's Dr. Gilligan and Mr. Hyde.

Season 3, Episode 14: All About Eva

12 December 1966
Plain and homely Eva Grubb escapes the scorn and rejection of civilization in a motor boat and lands on Gilligan's island, where Ginger and Mary Ann are confident a Hollywood makeover can bring out Eva's hidden beauty and restore her self-confidence.

Season 3, Episode 15: Gilligan Goes Gung-Ho

26 December 1966
Newly appointed Deputy Sheriff Gilligan gets everyone fumed up when he takes his new position way too seriously.

Season 3, Episode 16: Take a Dare

2 January 1967
A dishonest game show contestant arrives on the island.

Season 3, Episode 17: Court-Martial

9 January 1967
The Maritime Board accuses the Skipper of being solely responsible for the loss of the SS Minnow, so the castaways recreate the shipwreck to discover the truth.

Season 3, Episode 18: The Hunter

16 January 1967
Gilligan is the new target of an eccentric big-game hunter. If he can survive 24 hours without being killed, he is the winner.

Season 3, Episode 19: Lovey's Secret Admirer

23 January 1967
Mrs. Howell is receiving love letters from somebody on the island.

Season 3, Episode 20: Our Vines Have Tender Apes

30 January 1967
An actor prepares for a role by making the castaways think he is really Tongo, an ape-man.

Season 3, Episode 21: Gilligan's Personal Magnetism

6 February 1967
After being struck by lightning, Gilligan becomes magnetic, and when struck a second time, becomes temporarily invisible.

Season 3, Episode 22: Splashdown

20 February 1967
The castaways have three chances to attract the attention of a space agency.

Season 3, Episode 23: High Man on the Totem Pole

27 February 1967
The castaways find a headhunter tribe's totem pole on the island. The head on the top of it bears an uncanny resemblance to Gilligan--which comes in handy when the headhunters return to the island.

Season 3, Episode 24: The Second Ginger Grant

6 March 1967
After Mary Ann watches Ginger perform on the island she hits her head giving her amnesia thus believing that she is Ginger Grant.

Season 3, Episode 25: The Secret of Gilligan's Island

13 March 1967
Gilligan ends up dreaming that the islanders are all cave dwellers when he finds prehistoric stone tablets.

Season 3, Episode 26: Slave Girl

20 March 1967
After Gilligan rescues a native from drowning in the lagoon she becomes indebted to him.

Season 3, Episode 27: It's a Bird, It's a Plane

27 March 1967
U.S. Air Force Jetpack X-JP was lost at sea and found by Gilligan.

Season 3, Episode 28: The Pigeon

3 April 1967
The castaways attach a message to a homing pigeon that has flown off course and landed on the island.

Season 3, Episode 29: Bang! Bang! Bang!

10 April 1967
A lost crate containing a top-secret clay that can be converted to explosives washes up on the island. Not knowing what it is, they make several items with it--including Gilligan's new tooth fillings.

Season 3, Episode 30: Gilligan, the Goddess

17 April 1967
Natives arrive on the island looking for a white goddess to sacrifice to their volcano god.

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