Less-than-hunky teacher Edward Breen wants to have a harem, and replaces a real sheik who's marked for assassination; and presumed-dead Vietnam vet Alan Boardman wants his now-remarried wife and his son back.
Pickpocket Pete Raymond and his daughter pose as farmers to hide from authorities, who want to put the girl in foster care; and painter Ted Cavanaugh becomes a pirate to win back his ex-wife before she remarries.
Under tremendous pressure from his job and family, Charles Preston chucks it all to be a beachcomber; and devoted fan Mabel Jarvis of a mystery writer tries to find out who killed her, acting out the writer's final unfinished manuscript.
Book store clerk Barney Hunter wants to write a best-selling book, which turns out to be an obstacle to a new romance; and archaeologist Neville Marlowe is determined to uncover the secrets of a long-buried Egyptian tomb -- which is cursed.
Pennsylvania librarian Cindy Barker is set to have her wedding on Fantasy Island - all she needs is the groom; and manufacturer Jordan Montgomery hopes to pull off one major heist as a cat burglar. Tattoo runs a greeting card business.
Vietnam vet Ted Garmon finds that a reunion with his former Sergeant Joe Beck is actually a quest for revenge; and roller-derby skater Drusilla Roberts wants to become a refined lady so that her daughter's fiancé's family will accept her.
Buddies Duke Santucci and Ernie Kowalski relive the good old days of the late 60s; Janine Sanford experiences a recurring nightmare to the end to find out what it means; and game hunter Victor Duncan tracks an elusive dangerous tiger.
Roarke falls in love with New Yorker Helena Marsh who is returning to the island after four years. Engineer and self-professed wimp Tony Emerson wants the strength to stand up for mild-mannered people like himself.
Sailor Barney Shore wants to spend the weekend on a mythical island with nothing but beautiful women; and adventurer Eddie Malone searches for Sasquatch and hopes to finally prove the creature's existence to the world.
Secretary Dorothy Weller wants to know if the affair she had on vacation was the real thing or just a dream; and old-timer Charlie Parks, whose kids want to put him in a nursing home, hopes to revive his old vaudeville act with his partner.
Three insurance secretaries want to solve a crime by emulating their idols on "Charlie's Angels" (1976)_; and a quartet of World War II veterans reunite in the hope of recovering a treasure stolen by the Nazis.
Photographer Nancy Weston seeks an explanation for the appearance of the same little girl in all her pictures of a European trip; and poker player Johnny Court wants to win big against the best poker players of the time.
Heiress Maureen Banning tries to escape an arranged marriage and finds herself the replacement for a stripper in a traveling vaudeville company; and boxer Billy Blake wants to win a match despite the fact that it will probably kill him.
TV reporter Jane Garwood seeks help in finding out why her boyfriends keep dieing. Sister Mary Theresa suffers a crisis of faith after a fellow nun's premature death. Felix Birdsong becomes the casting director of a Hollywood film.
Carol Gates gave up her twins for adoption and now wants to be present for their birthday; and librarian Elliot Fielding can't get his ghost-busting guide published so he wants to exorcise a real ghost to prove his skills.
Siblings send their divorcing parents Charles and Peggy Atwood to the island hoping they'll rediscover love. Wealthy, dying J. D. Pettigrew pays one million dollars to Captain Jeff Bailey to lead a search for the fabled Fountain of Youth.
Gag writer Jerry Burton, about to be fired by his famous-comedian boss Danny Baker, wants to become a star comic himself; and invalid Sandy Larson meets her prison-bound pen pal Mike Banning face to face for the first time.
Ne'er-do-well Cornelius Kelly and his accomplice Alphonse kidnap Tattoo in an attempt to get revenge on Roarke for firing him years earlier; and orphaned siblings Mark and Rebecca want the chance to choose their own adoptive parents.
Young Darius Scott's wish to run an amusement park hides his real hope of reuniting him with his father; and the four orphaned Collins siblings want to be rock stars to keep a social worker from splitting them up.