Just sit right back and you’ll hear a tale, A tale of a harbormaster from Springfield, Louisiana. Nearly fifty years old, he beat all the young ‘uns and won a quarter million dollars on The Real Gilligan’s Island.
The likable and original Skipper “Crazy” Charlie Albert wound up taking home the prize on the finale of The Real Gilligan’s Island. The final three came down to Gilligan Shawn Manning, Ginger Erika Eleniak, and Skipper Charlie Albert.
The June 15, 2005 episode of The Real Gilligan’s Island was a tale of two Gilligans: a Good Gilligan and a Bad Gilligan. Good Gilligan happily chugged down gross food like mice and lizards to help out his team. Bad Gilligan just shuffled the food around on his plate and pretended like he was eating. Good Gilligan has nothing but praise for fellow castaway Mary Ann Mandy. Bad Gilligan makes fun of the mole on Mary Ann Mandy’s forehead. Good Gilligan cheers up Skipper Charlie by going streaking. Bad Gilligan chunks Skipper Charlie’s flag into the woods.
In an exclusive interview with Reality TV Magazine, Gilligan Zac Turney from the hit TBS reality TV show The Real Gilligan’s Island talks about the love triangle between him, Mary Ann Mandy, and Professor Andy. Gilligan Zac also shares some details about his background, the casting process, and his plans for the future.
Survivor has nothing on the Real Gilligan’s Island. Sure Survivor had Michael Skupin fall into a fire, John Carroll pricked by a sea urchin, and Richard Hatch bitten by a shark, but the Real Gilligan’s Island serves up severed tendons, a near drowning, and a bizarre love triangle in its premiere episode.
Two new sets of castaways are marooned on an island and challenged to find a way off as the second season of TBS’s THE REAL GILLIGAN’S ISLAND, one of cable’s most popular reality series, kicks off with back-to-back episodes Wednesday, June 8, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT).
TBS, television’s “very funny” network, has unveiled the cast for its second season of THE REAL GILLIGAN’S ISLAND, one of cable’s most popular reality series. Hosted by Scott Lasky, the series sets sail for another season of comedy, outrageous competitions and island hook-ups Wednesday, June 8, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT).