Welcome! As proud multiple viewers of the TV series "Gilligan's Island," we can't help noticing that certain subconscious elements seem to crop up over and over. We herewith present them for your discernment. Enjoy!
"Dozens of people worked 20-hour days, discussed, debated, and fussed over context, content and exposition, and yet the end result is still just Gilligan's Island." -- David Hofstede, author of What Were They Thinking?: The 100 Dumbest Events in Television History
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Here on the Island: A Scholarly Critique of the Style, Symbolism, and Sociopolitical Relevance of Gilligan's Island, by Lewis Napper
Gilligan's Island and Exile
The Seven Deadly Sins of Gilligan's Island
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