Gilligan's Island (1964–1967)
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St. Gilligan and the Dragon 

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?

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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?

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Mary Ann says "I'd rather do it myself," a reference to a popular 1960s commercial for Anacin in which a woman with a headache says, "Mother, I'd rather do it myself." See more »

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Male chauvinism strikes the castaways
6 June 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Sgt. Gilligan and the Dragon" appears to be a very early script that should have been broadcast second or third, definitely out of place as the 20th episode. The women complain to the men that they need their own private hut, the men promise to get to it as soon as they can, and the women refuse to cook or clean for them until they do. Since the community hut was essentially abandoned by the third episode it's somewhat jarring to see what the fuss is about, and the clichéd male chauvinist jokes wear thin, though Mr. Howell has a good one: "Confucius say, women who stand on rights sometimes get left!" The women build their own hut, and the helpless men try to scare them into giving in by posing as a ridiculous looking dragon that wouldn't pass muster in a first grade school play. Obviously one of the weakest of the entire series, though brightened by the varied dream sequences showing how much the men miss their female counterparts.


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