The castaways start disappearing one by one, and when the remaining castaways discover that headhunters have not taken them, Gilligan begins to think he's a "Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde" and has killed them all.
Did You Know?
While on trial, Dr. Gilligan holds a lily, smells it, and recites poetry, a reference to Oscar Wilde, the flamboyant 19th Century Irish playwright and poet. See more
When Gilligan falls into the munitions pit with the clothesline, which ultimately saves the castaways by enabling them to climb out of the pit, you can hear the Professor say "The rope! Why it's holding the trapdoor open." However it's very easy to see the Professor is not talking. See more
[Dream sequence: "Doctor" Gilligan is on trial, accused of being Mr. Hyde. Mary Ann is a coarse "Eliza Dolittle" type appearing as character witness
Mary Ann Summers
Just a poor cockney flower girl, that's all Ah is! But Ah owes *everything* to Doctor Gilligan. 'E taught me to *walk*, and to *talk*, and to *dress*, like a regular LADY! 'E give me real CLASS 'e did!
[blows nose loudly
Spoofs My Fair Lady