In an earlier episode, the Skipper makes it clear that he is afraid of heights and Gilligan must sleep on top. In another episode, when the Skipper lays on the top hammock, the hammock sinks onto Gilligan.
Thurston: Ready, Lovey?
Lovey: Ready. (They each eat one magic seed) Rather like the flavor of truffles, haven't they?
Thurston: Never mind what they taste like. Let's just see if they work.
Lovey: I think a little hollandaise sauce would improve them.
Thurston: This isn't a recipe contest. Now, Lovey, think of something.
Lovey: All right. Ready.
Thurston: You've changed your mind. Instead of hollandaise sauce you think they'd taste better with sauce béarnaise.
Lovey: Oh darling, how clever of you! You read my mind exactly.
Thurston: Yes, now I'll think of something. Better take a booster shot.
Lovey: Really Thurston, how can you?
Thurston: But, Lovey-
Lovey: I don't mind your stealing from the other, but to steal seeds from your own wife. Why did I ever marry you?
Gilligan: I know what you're thinking.
Ginger: I know what you're thinking.
Gilligan: I know you know what I'm thinking.
Ginger: I know that you know that I know that you know what you're thinking.
Gilligan: I know that you know that I know that you know that I know you know what I'm thinking. I think.
Ginger: I know that you know that I know what you're thinking that I…That's right. Let's go tell the others.
Lovey: Thurston, how long do we have to do this pacing thing?
Thurston: Till we figure out how Gilligan reads minds.
Lovey: Why don't we just walk up to him and ask him?
Thurston: Well I did. I did, and he said that he didn't know.
Lovey: Oh well you can believe him. If there's one thing that boy can't do, it's tell an untruth.
Thurston: Yes, I know. I know my dear. It's so revolting.
Ginger: Gilligan, would you read my mind?
Gilligan: Yeah. You're thinking of Rockery Hudpeck.
Skipper: Rockery Hudpeck?
Ginger: He's right. I was thinking of Rock Hudson and Gregory Peck, but I couldn't make up my mind.
Mary Ann: Gilligan, read my mind.
Gilligan: Let's see now. You're thinking of a double-thick chocolate malted with whipped cream on it.
Mary Ann: I was just thinking about a double-thick chocolate malted.
Gilligan: Whipped cream was my idea.
Professor: Skipper, just because you said he read your mind doesn't mean he read it.
Skipper: Oh now wait a minute, Professor. All right then, you think of something and he'll read your mind.
Professor: Oh really, Skipper.
Skipper: Come on Professor, just think of something.
Ginger: Oh go ahead. Humor him, Professor.
Professor: All right. Go ahead.
Gilligan: The symbol for aluminum is Al. It's atomic number is 13. It's atomic weight is 26.97.
Ginger: Did he really read your mind, Professor?
Professor: Well it must be some sort of trick. I mean, it's impossible to read minds.
Skipper: Try him again, Professor.
Professor: I will, I will.
Gilligan: The index of refraction if n equals sine-one over sine-r equals v-one over v-two.
Skipper: Is that right?
Professor: There's no doubt about it. Gilligan read my mind!
Gilligan: I must have. I don't know what I said.
Gilligan: (reading Skipper's mind) You're thinking of a hula dancer in a grass skirt...Skipper!
Mr. Howell: It's that kind of trust that turned Julius Caesar into a pincushion!
Mrs. Howell: I didn't know Julius Caesar was a pincushion.
(Gilligan destroys the bush)
Professor: Gilligan, for a guy who's always doing stupid things, when you do something right, it's beautiful!
Theme of episode: Some things are better left unsaid.