A native king arrives at the island looking for a white goddess--who must marry a volcano.
Gilligan doesn't realize the molding plastic he finds is really plastic explosives.
The Professor finds an ailing homing pigeon.
The Professor thinks a jet pack that washed up on the island could be the way to be rescued.
Gilligan saves a native girl's life, but she is now bound to him as his slave out of gratitude.
Gilligan finds a prehistoric stone tablet that tells how to get off the island.
Mary Ann hits her head and starts to believe she's Ginger.
Gilligan believes he is descended from headhunters when he finds a perfect likeness of his head atop a totem pole.
The castaways try to contact a spacecraft in orbit.
Gilligan survives a lightning strike, but he becomes a human magnet--and his iron-ore bowling ball is permanently stuck to his hand.
An ape man terrorizes the castaways until they discover he's just an actor practicing a role.
Mrs. Howell receives love letters from a secret admirer.
Gilligan becomes the prey for a big-game hunter who comes to the island eager to stalk a human.
The Skipper becomes disconsolate when the Maritime Board concludes the shipwreck was his fault.
A man spends a week with the castaways as a part of a game show dare to spend a week on a deserted island.
Gilligan is made deputy sheriff of the island, and in his zeal arrests all the other castaways.