So even in the sixties you had to make sure cute chicks were legal first? Crazy. Gidget spends the summer surfing, developing a flirty friendship in the process. But when school starts, guess who turns out to be her new teacher? Gidget = jailbait.
Gidget's father likes his women young. The Gidge takes her awkward friend Larue under her wing, trying her best-est to give her a palatable makeover. And in doing so, is it possible Larue caught her dad's eye? Say hello to Stepmom!
Finally there's going to be a protest song about something important: Rising movie ticket prices. Amen. Gidget and Larue meet up with a famous protest song singer, name of Billy Roy Soames, unaware of the problems it will bring upon her father.
Gidget gets kidnapped. Twice. And once by her dad! The Gidge has the hots for Roger, her friend Larue's cousin. But alas, Roger seems to view our favorite surfer gal as a little kid. Gidget intends to change that.
A line not in this minisode that should have been: "But I like giving Daddy backrubs!" Gidget's sister and brother-in-law confront her father over their borderline creepy relationship. As result he decides to send the Gidge to a school in Paris.
Gidget (Sally Field) assumes the role of matriarch foreshadowing her hit current hit show on ABC. Gidget's dad meets a sexy woman and the couple starts dating. One night when the date runs late, Gidget’s maternal instincts kick in.
There's nothing quite like owning your first hearse. Just something magical about being young, free, and driving something that belongs at a funeral home. Gidget wants to buy her first vehicle, signing up for an auto class to prove she's up to it.
Gidget fails at cheating. Considering the Gidge's dad is a renowned English professor at UCLA, she should be a whiz at whipping up compositions for her own English class right? Wrong. Seems the apple fell far, far, FAR away from the tree.
"What's a Gidget?" She's a perky little surfer chick who has a huge crush on the Great Kahuna, only the Kahuna is more interested in drifting from break to break. In fact he will change his persona to repel his legion of lady followers.
Gidget plays matchmaker between her sister and brother-in-law. Um, what? After experiencing some marital problems, Gidget's sis moves back home. Using malice and forethought, the Gidge takes it upon herself to fix up the relationship.
Gidget's future occupation? Writer of Romance Novels. The type you see in supermarket lines. The Gidge (Sally Field) has fallen in love with a college boy named Jeff, and writes about their love life, both real and imaginary, in her diary.
"Sisters Who Share Everything, Even Men!" No, it's not an episode of Rikki Lake, it should have been the title of this Gidget minisode. Everyone's favorite surfer chick needs a date to a Luau, so she asks her sister's fiancé to escort her.
Gypsy curses that effect your surfing are the worst. Gidget is the victim of Grand Theft Surfboard mere moments after arriving at the beach. After reporting the incident to the Po-Po, she spots the board at a Gypsy tent, sporting a "For Sale" sign.
Long before Alice Cooper, Rob Zombie, & Marilyn Manson was the original shock rock group: Gidget & the Gories. How hardcore are they you ask? Well get this. They started out playing folk music. At the beach! I know right, they're downright spooky.
Nobody puts Gidget in the corner. The Gidge and her friends are ticked their boyfriends are taking them for granted. Hoping it will make the boys realize they won't just wait around for them, the girls stage a girl's only slumber party.
This minisode begins with a fight and ends with an attempted hypodermic needle stabbing. Basically, it has everything. Gidget and the rest of her cronies stage an embargo on all things female when their boys toys can't behave with each other.
Check it out, it's Chekov (Walter Koenig) from Star Trek! Here he plays the fiancé of Inga, a Scandinavian student staying with Gidget and her dad. Unhappy that Inga doesn't do anything for herself, Gidget shows her how to deal with boys.
Awww, why do all the creepy men who take photos of underage girls have to be taken? Gidget is hanging out at the beach, with her tongue out of course, when a fashion photographer named Peter spots her. It's not long before the Gidge is his muse.
Gidget, this was no dating accident! Richard Dreyfuss guest-stars as "Durf The Drag", a nerd at Gidget's school. Wanting to help increase his self-confidence, Gidget asks the big giant dork to the upcoming Spinster Hop.