Gilligan's Island (1964–1967)
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Love Me, Love My Skipper 

When everybody mistakenly believes that The Skipper wasn't invited to the Howells' cotillion, they hold a masquerade party of their own and don't invite the Howells.

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When everybody mistakenly believes that The Skipper wasn't invited to the Howells' cotillion, they hold a masquerade party of their own and don't invite the Howells.

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3 February 1966 (USA)  »

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When Gilligan comes swinging into the party as Tarzan, the first shot has him in control as he starts his swing, but the second shot of him has him out of control and on the upswing as he crashes into whatever was on the table, then in the third shot of him he's in control and on the downswing when he swings between the Skipper and Professor and into the hut's wall. See more »

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

"Love Me, Love My Skipper" opens with Mr. Howell delivering invitations to the annual Howell cotillion, but misplacing the one intended for the Skipper, who is crushed at the unintended snub. When the other castaways learn that the Skipper was excluded they send their regrets to the Howells to attend their own masquerade party in the Skipper's honor. This time the Howells are the ones not invited, driving the two apart in a fit of pique. Gilligan finds the missing invitation, but it won't be easy to get their hosts together again. Since patching things up requires a certain cunning, Ginger suggests a woman's touch. Jim Backus once again offers up a plug for Ted Lewis ("is everybody happy?"), and another for Jackie Gleason: "how sweet it is!"


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