Gilligan's Island

Season 2 Episode 3

The Little Dictator

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Aired Saturday 8:30 PM Sep 30, 1965 on CBS
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The exiled president of a revolution-torn country visits the island.

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  • Not a good episode.

    6.9
    The conversation between the president and Gilligan was a little wierd. The president actually falling for Ginger is hilarious because it was to get rid of the bullets which is a genius plan. When Gilligan waved his hat to get rid of a fly they caught Mr. Howell instead of the president. Since they pissed off the presdient it's funny. I'm glad that the president didn't have any more bullets left to kill Gilligan with or hurt anyone else. This episode is not really that interesting because of the president. I don't see Gilligan as a leader of anything.moreless
Bob Denver

Bob Denver

Gilligan

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

Nehemiah Persoff

Nehemiah Persoff

Pancho Hernando Gonzales Enrico Rodriguez

Guest Star

Bert Madrid

Bert Madrid

Jose

Guest Star

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  • QUOTES (6)

    • Lovey: Your Excellency.
      Pancho: I am ready.
      Lovey: Ready for what?
      Pancho: To be executed.
      Lovey: Oh don't be ridiculous.
      Pancho: Well then you are going to exile me, of course.
      Lovey: Well I never heard of such nonsense.
      Pancho: Then what will become of me?
      Lovey: You will become a member of our little community.
      Pancho: You mean become one of the masses?
      Lovey: We don't like to think of ourselves that way. We're a free society and you will be free to do or become whatever you want.

    • Skipper: Please, you can't shoot Gilligan. We were all part of the scheme.
      Thurston: I demand a trial by jury. I'll get the most expensive legal talent. I may even handle the case myself.
      Pancho: Perhaps Mr. Secretary Treasurer you like to go up there yourself.
      Thurston: I refuse to answer that on ground that it might tend to incriminate me.
      Lovey: Señor Presidente, he's so young. He's just a boy.
      Gilligan: A growing boy. I wanna keep growing.
      Ginger: I can't watch!
      Gilligan: Don't I get a last meal or something?
      Pancho: All right. What would you like?
      Gilligan: Well, let's see.
      Pancho: Never mind. Never mind. It's time to teach you all a lesson.
      Professor: But you can't shoot him in cold blood.
      Pancho: I have very warm blood. Ask the lady.
      Mary Ann: If you ask me, you're a coward like all the dictators.
      Pancho: I don't ask you.

    • Professor: Gentlemen, are we going to submit or subvert?
      Thurston: I vote for subversion. May the Harvard Club have mercy on my soul.

    • Pancho: What is the name of this place?
      Thurston: We haven't had an official ceremony. Howell Hills has been suggested.
      Pancho: Who call it that?
      Thurston: Me.
      Pancho: I have another suggestion. I suggest we call it Equarico West.
      Skipper: Equarico West?
      Pancho: Sí. I have always had a dream to be the father of a country. My father was the father of a country. My brothers were the father of their country. Even my mother was the father of a country.
      Professor: He thinks he's conquered us.

    • Gilligan: I suppose now you want me to take you to my leader, right?
      Pancho: Wrong. In my country there's a saying: "He who has gun is the leader."

    • Gilligan: Who are you?
      Pancho: I am Pancho Hernando Gonzalez Enriques Rodriguez, ex-president de la Republica de Equarico.
      Gilligan: And I'm George Washington, ex-President of the United States.
      Pancho: You have been exiled, too.

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