On the episode, "Operation: Steam Heat - what's the deal with the Islam star and crescent moon next to the "food locker" in the supply hut?
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I was discussing this episode with some friends, and we were talking about the names of the band members. I could have sworn that a running joke through the episode was Gilligan saying "Bingo, Bango, Bongo, and Irving." And then one of the other characters says "Irving?" and Gilligan says "He plays drums." But no one else remembers that, and when I looked it up it said Irving played bass. I even watched the episode, but it wasn't there. So where did I get this? Am I going crazy? It even works as a joke. Bingo, Bango, and Bongo are drum sounds, but Irving plays drums.
Does anyone know which episode has the scene where the Professor, Ski[pper, and Mr. Howell are all demonstrating the proper way to walk? I forget the situation, but the three of them looked hilarious! Thanks for your help.
I'm trying to remember the episode where Mrs Howell talks about finding her Psychiatrist's notes about her. Any ideas which episode that is and what the Psychiatrist said?
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In "The Friendly Physician," shown during season 2, Balinkoff lures the castaways to his island only to perform experiments on them (but his scheme backfires and the castaways manage to get back to their island) so they know his name and appearance etc. However, in "Ring Around Gillian," shown during season 3, he returns to the island and turns the castaways into zombie-like robots via rings and a control device. He wants to conduct a trial of robbing Fort Knox and when the "robbery" is over and he commands them to give him the "gold," everyone starts pitching coconuts at him, one of which destroys the control device, freeing them from their zombie-like states. Balinkoff jumps into his motorboat and sets off. Why didn't any of the castaways recognize him? It would have made a lot better sense had the episodes been shown in reverse order!