"The Devil and Mandy Breem" Mandy Breem (Carol Linley) has to come to the island to renegotiate the deal he made with the Devil (Roddy McDowall) years ago. The Devil accepts only on the condition that she brings him a rare flower. "Instant Millionaire" Tattoo has accepted the fantasy of a man who wants to become a millionaire. The problem is that he did it without Roarke's authorization.
Tony Chilton, a commercial airline pilot, has a dream of joining a famous flying squad during WW II, but he's keeping a secret; Princess Nyah, a mermaid, beseeches Roarke a chance to meet her dream lover.
"The Mermaid Returns", in which a beautiful mermaid (Michelle Phillips) convinces Mr Roarke to exchange her tail for a pair of legs so that she might experience for herself human love, and "The Flying Aces", in which a young pilot (Sam Melville) travels back to World War II to find the father (Tom Wopat)he never knew.
A determined young woman travels back in time to pursue murderous Jack the Ripper, and ends up leading him back to Fantasy Island, where he finds a whole new world of victims; and a shy man runs into romantic trouble when his fantasy of being paid to love women is fulfilled.
Eva Gabor appears as a woman trying to decide which of three men to marry on Fantasy Island, and taking cues from his deceased lover's ghost.
"The Heroine" Florence, an authoress of romance novels, wishes to become one her heroines. A romance novelist (Mary Ann Mobley) wants to star in one of her own stories. "The Warrior" Bob Graham, a mediocre martial arts student dreams to defeat “the very best in that field” as Mr. Roarke puts it. As the prize, the dude offers up his wife, Linda. Hopefully, he’s better at karate than he is at being a husband. A mild-mannered man (James MacArthur) hopes to prove his love to his wife (Shelley Fabares) by displaying a mastery of the martial arts.
Vicky Lee wants to spend a weekend with a famous silent film star. She arrives at his chateau only to learn he worships "the great god Pan" and owns a creepy self-portrait.
"Surrogate Father" A compulsive gambler wants to hit it big on Fantasy Island. But his daughter’s fantasy is for daddy to stop gambling and start being a father.
A talented deaf dancer receives the gift of hearing and a compulsive gambler crosses fantasies with a social worker.
"The Searcher"— a young woman and her new husband want to solve the mystery of her father's disappearance: and "The Way We Weren't" — which deals with a couple who have been married for six years and want to recreate the early days of their marriage.
Robert Goulet and Ricardo Montalban will prove that most folks like fantasy over fiction tonight, especially fiction about cops 'n' robbers. Roarke grants Goulet, a Wall St. analyst, his wish to exchange places with a wealthy client. And James Broderick is a doctor who wants to make the dead live. Did he clear this with Bela Lugosi?
"Delphine" Mr. Roarke's goddaughter tries to free herself from her gift for sorcery and in "The Unkillable" two scientists search for a missing link to man's development.
"The Unkillable" Three scientists arrive to the island hoping to find an ancient silicon creature.