Fantasy Island

Season 6 Episode 8

The Kleptomaniac / Thank God, I'm a Country Girl

Aired Saturday 10:00 PM Dec 11, 1982 on ABC
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The Kleptomaniac / Thank God, I'm a Country Girl
In "The Kleptomaniac" A kleptomaniac comes to the Island to rid himself of the urge to steal. Tattoo is asked to keep a constant eye on Fred Simpson, but to no avail! And in "Thank God, I'm A Country Girl" A waitress wants to appear to be a wealthy heiress for a daughter she gave up for adoption as a baby.moreless

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      • (Otis to Mr. Roarke)
        Otis: I hate to drop a weasel in chicken land Mr. Roarke, but we're all due back at work for the next shift.

      • Mr. Simpson: It's just so embarassing, Mr. Roarke, even my best friends don't want me around.
        Tattoo: You mean you steal from your friends.
        Mr. Simpson: I can't help it, naturally when I realize what I have done, I return the stuff, if it's valuable I give them cash too, double the amount of whatever I stole is worth. But my friends are getting a little tired of my habit, so am I.
        Mr. Roarke: Now tell me, Mr. Simpson, just what happens when this urge to steal overcomes you.
        Mr. Simpson: Well first of all, I only steal things that are shiny.
        Mr. Roarke: Shiny?
        Mr. Simpson: Yeah I see something shiny then I freeze up for a second and this boing sound goes round in my head.
        Tattoo: Boing sound?
        Mr. Simpson: Next thing I know I've stolen something again. I've tried everything Mr. Roarke, nothing works you gotta help me.
        Mr. Roarke: Well I can't guarantee that I can cure you Mr. Simpson, but I will do everything in my power to help you cure yourself.
        Mr. Simpson: That's all I'm asking.
        Mr. Roarke: Very well, in the meantime I will assign Tattoo to stay with you, shall we say keep him out of trouble. Oh a Mr. Simpson, my pen if you please.
        Mr. Simpson: I'm sorry, I couldn't help myself.
        Mr. Roarke: Thank you, have a nice day."

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