Gilligan reels in a crate of vegetable seeds from the lagoon, but fails to notice the warning on the crate that the seeds are radioactive.

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Gilligan reels in a crate of vegetable seeds from the lagoon, but fails to notice the warning on the crate that the seeds are radioactive.

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26 September 1966 (USA)  »

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When everyone is at the table eating the soap, just before Gilligan starts making bubbles, you can see the pipe at the back of his neck that is used to produce the bubbles. See more »

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Mary Ann Summers: [after she pulls out a strange piece of vegetable] I've never seen anything like this on the farm. Except under a cow.
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Referenced in This Ain't Gilligan's Island XXX (2009) See more »

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The castaways rendered seedless
18 June 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Pass the Vegetables, Please" sees Gilligan reeling in another crate of goodies, this one full of vegetable seeds of almost every kind. The castaways are delighted with this catch, digging, planting, and watering so that their garden comes up in just three days. Only after dining on their favorite dishes do they learn that the crate contained experimental radioactive seeds which have a strange effect on those who eat them. Since Gilligan loves spinach he becomes as strong as Popeye, Mary Ann's carrots giver her exceptional eyesight, Mrs. Howell's sugar beets giver her more energy than she's ever known. Once again the Professor comes up with the answer, but it's a lot of fun getting there.


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