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.

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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.

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24 April 1965 (USA)  »

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The six other castaways try to find an easy information byte to help the Skipper remember who he is, but overlook the most obvious bit: his name, Jonas Grumby. See more »

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Will the Skipper ever remember to stop forgetting?
8 June 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Forget Me Not" opens with the Skipper building a signal tower from which he hopes to ensure rescue by notifying the passing Navy of their presence via semaphore. Unfortunately, well meaning Gilligan accidentally knocks him cold, so cold that he awakens a victim of amnesia ("will he ever remember to stop forgetting?"). Ginger confirms by the suddenly skirt chasing seaman's 'sailor's blood' that there are certain things he hasn't forgotten! Alan Hale has a field day with his characterization, similar but still different, and just as warm as the old Skipper, making hilarious comments about himself examining his own cherished mementos. The Professor tries hypnosis to bring him out of it, back to the past, which regresses him all the way to childhood, referring to Gilligan as 'Stinky!' A second try puts the Skipper back fighting WW2 at Guadalcanal, seeing his fellow castaways as Japanese soldiers, capturing all of them in only 15 minutes. A third attempt at hypnosis and the Professor winds up with three Skippers, none of whom is the real one! Mr. Howell, at the point of a bayonet, gives in to the Skipper's demands, going full tilt as the high and mighty Emperor. This was the second mention of Guadalcanal, first heard in "Good Night Sweet Skipper."


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