Gilligan’s Island - St. Gilligan and The Dragon TV Show  » TV  »
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  • And I do recommend it since there is a good lesson learned even if their limited labeling does date this program

    • by lisastar

      Here we have chaos again. Chaos everywhere. The Castaways split apart into two groups, women and men. The men think the women will learn a lesson of humility and that women should be subservient to men. This kind of made me a little upset the kind of mental thought that women have to be labeled as homemaking even though homemaking is not bad, not at all. But men limiting women to such things are wrong. I guess this is what you can expect for a show that was produced back in the 60’s though.

      It starts

      out with the women who are upset at the men, so Mary Ann, Mrs. Howell and Ginger go off to build their own huts. But the men just laugh and mock them. Until the men have to do all the tasks the women had to like washing clothes which Gilligan made huge holes in their clothes, and Mr. Howell taking over the cooking and their lunch became ashes. The women were not immune; they had difficulties swinging a huge mallet trying to drive in stakes into the ground. But they all succeeded in their own way.

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      • the end the women managed a tent hut, and the men had a bad night sleeping. So the men decided to play a trick on the women, but Ginger overheard their plans so they were prepared for the crazy gourd, palmfraun Beast costume the men made to scare them. This beast is really frightening to see with its beady goard eyes. You will not find anything like this on tv except on the Gilligan’s Island series. And thinking the men had made another attempt with a monster in the jungle bushes which they did not, Gilligan ends
        up saving them by beating up the supposed monster with a stick demolishing it. Except the monster was a USAF weather balloon.

        This episode had a well defined message of respecting each as women and men and working together instead of apart. They all learned the how hard the other works. Anyway, their miss thinking did end up hurting their chance at rescue. I did like this episode enough to watch it every now and then. And I do recommend it since there is a good lesson learned even if their limited labeling does date this program.

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