Gilligan's Island

Season 2 Episode 9

Nyet, Nyet -- Not Yet

Aired Saturday 8:30 PM Nov 18, 1965 on CBS
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Nyet, Nyet -- Not Yet
Two Russian Cosmonauts land on the island in their space capsule.

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    Bob Denver

    Bob Denver


    Jim Backus

    Jim Backus

    Thurston Howell III

    Tina Louise

    Tina Louise

    Ginger Grant

    Alan Hale

    Alan Hale

    Jonas Grumby (The Skipper)

    Natalie Schafer

    Natalie Schafer

    Eunice Wentworth 'Lovey' Howell

    Dawn Wells

    Dawn Wells

    Mary Ann Summers

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • The tea urn and a framed photograph of Lenin standing on a table inside the capsule could not endure a space voyage.

      • When the castaways are drinking their vodka / water toasts with the russian cosmonauts, notice the sounds that are made that each persons "half cocoanut" cup makes. I hear a "clink" sound (as in glass). I didnt realize true cocoanuts sounded that way and Im positive they were not brought on a 3-hour cruise.

    • QUOTES (8)

      • Professor: The capsule is gone!
        Skipper: The Russians are gone too!
        Gilligan: And you said nobody would steal them!
        Professor: But they said 11:00. Now that's odd behavior for a people who pride themselves on precision.
        Thurston: This is no time for a lecture on ethnic culture.
        Professor: But they weren't supposed to be arriving for three hours.
        Skipper: Oh no! Gilligan, what time is it?
        Gilligan: 8:00.
        Skipper: Are you sure it isn't 11:00?
        Gilligan: Nope. I checked it this morning. The announcer said, "It is now 10:30am. This is WKMU Manila" and that's when I set my watch.
        Skipper: Gilligan, there's three hours difference between here and Manila.
        Gilligan: That's easy to fix. I'll just set my watch ahead three hours. There. Now it's 11:00. No wonder the submarine got here.
        Skipper: Yes, no wonder the submarine got here!

      • Lovey: Girls, I'm in terrible trouble.
        Ginger: What's wrong?
        Lovey: I haven't any room for my mink. All those bags and trunks and no room for my favorite fur.
        Mary Ann: We'll put it in our bag, Mrs. Howell.
        Lovey: Oh that's dear of you. Now, back to packing. You know, I've never packed before, it's really lots of fun.
        Mary Ann: Ginger, just think, this wonderful, soft fur come from mink.
        Ginger: In Hollywood they come from wolves.
        Lovey: Girls, I haven't any room for my sable.
        Ginger: We'll pack it for you, Mrs. Howell.
        Lovey: Oh I don't know what I'd do without you.
        Ginger: Ooo, mink and sable. I'd just like to crawl right in there with them.
        Mary Ann: You'd suffocate.
        Ginger: But what a way to go.
        Lovey: Girls!
        Ginger: Her Persian-lined bikini?
        Mary Ann: Her cashmere girdle?
        Lovey: Oh girls.
        Ginger: Leopard.
        Lovey: It really had great sentimental value. We raised the little darling ourselves.
        Mary Ann: We'll try to make room for [your coat], Mrs. Howell.
        Lovey: Now, I'm all through with my packing. If you girls need any help just call on me.

      • Igor: This calls for celebration.
        Ivan: With what? Coconut milk?
        Igor: I have for you a big surprise. Hold this.
        Ivan: You bring vodka? On space ship?
        Igor: Only way to fly.

      • Skipper: Professor, ask them again, they can't keep saying no forever.
        Professor: All right. Igor.
        Igor: Nyet.
        Professor: You're wrong, Skipper, they can keep saying no forever.

      • Thurston: Gentlemen, I am Thurston Howell III and this, of course, is my wife, Mrs. Thurston Howell III.
        Lovey: Charmed.
        Igor: Capitalist. Exploiter.
        Thurston: Capitalist. Exploiter. I was wrong, Lovey they're very friendly.

      • Lovey: Darling, they look nice enough.
        Thurston: So does the Russian ruble, my dear, but it's not exactly the American dollar.
        Lovey: You know dear, we really ought to go out and meet them. After all, they are our guests.
        Thurston: But don't forget who we are and who they are.
        Lovey: Of course not, dear.
        Thurston: We're the chaps in the white hats and they're the chaps in the black hats. Lovey, would you please come away from that door?
        Lovey: You know, dear, they promised to take us to Moscow.
        Thurston: Now, who do we know in Moscow?
        Lovey: Of course, dear, you're right again. And they probably haven't got a blue book there. A red one, perhaps.
        Thurston: Exactly, so we just keep our distance.
        Lovey: Yes, but being aloof if such bad manners, darling.
        Thurston: Once again, your diplomacy and tact have overwhelmed me. All right, we'll go meet them. But remember, they won't be friendly, my dear.

      • Ginger: Tell me, Igor, how long do you think it will be before we're rescued?
        Igor: If we're lucky, it will take long time.
        Ginger: (to Mary Ann) How about that, a Russian wolfhound.

      • Gilligan: Boy those falling stars are sure scary at night. I don't mind them during the day, but at night when it gets dark-
        Skipper: Gilligan, how can you possibly see a falling star during the daytime?
        Gilligan: Easy. Wait till it gets dark.

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