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Fantasy Island (1977) Episode Guide

Fantasy Island

First aired: Jan/14/1977
Guest star: Bill Bixby (unknown), Hugh O'Brian (unknown), Eleanor Parker (unknown), Sandra Dee (unknown), Carol Lynley (unknown), Peter Lawford (unknown), Victoria Principal (unknown), Dick Sargent (unknown), Christina Sinatra (Unknown)

Three people fly in for a weekend at a glamorous island paradise, where for $50.000 each, they can live out their most compelling fantasies.

Return to Fantasy Island

First aired: Jan/20/1978
Writer: Marc Brandel
Director: George McCowan
Guest star: Adrienne Barbeau (Margo Dean), Horst Buchholz (Charles Fleming), Joseph Campanella (Brian Faber), George Chakiris (Pierre), Joseph Cotten (Simon Grant), Laraine Day (Mrs. Grant), George Maharis (Lowell Benson), Cameron Mitchell (Raoul), France Nuyen (Kito), Karen Valentine (Janet Fleming), John Zaremba (Dr. Croyden), Pat Crowley (Lucy Faber), Kevi Kendall (Pat)

At a mysterious island resort: a couple wish to meet the daughter they gave up for adoption at birth, a successful businesswoman finds herself in an unexpected situation; a young couple try to relive the past.

1 :01x01 - Escape/Cinderella Girls

First aired: Jan/28/1978
Writer: Steve Fisher, Michael Fisher
Director: Don Weis
Guest star: Howard Caine (Count Rudolph), John Saxon (Dr. Roger Sullivan), Robert Clary (Ipsy Dauphin), Georgia Engel (Maxine Bender), Diana Canova (Ann Dowd), Bert Convy (Gregory Udall), Reggie Nalder (Duprez the Prison Commandant), Alan Sues (Andre Massoon), Lisa Blake Richards (Kathy Udall), William Beckley (Ian), Bernie Kuby (Harmon), Peter Mamakos (the Sergeant)

An escape artist seeks the ultimate challenge and two plain girls want to sample the jetsetters' life.

2 :01x02 - Bet a Million/Mr. Irresistible

First aired: Feb/04/1978
Writer: Ron Friedman, Steve Fisher
Director: Cliff Bole, John Newland
Guest star: Henry Gibson (Fred Wade), Jane Powell (Joan Wade), John Schuck (Chuck Huffman), Mabel King (Lelani), Alana Stewart (Nikki), George Ball (the Dealer), Candice Rialson (Cindy)

3 :01x03 - The Prince/The Sheriff

First aired: Feb/11/1978
Writer: Robert Hamner
Director: Phil Bondelli
Guest star: Dack Rambo (Prince Peter d'Anatoli), Lisa Hartman (Chris Malone), Harry Guardino (Det. John Burke), Sheree North (Julie), Guy Stockwell (Logan), Ron Soble (Tom Larson), Ed Begley, Jr. (Jamie), William Mims (Tim Beard), John Davis Chandler (Ed Larson), Tiger Williams (Kid), Bill Fletcher (Cowboy), Lee McLaughlin (Bartender), Jim Veres (Chris' Boyfriend)

4 :01x04 - Family Reunion/Voodoo

First aired: Feb/18/1978
Writer: Ron Friedman, William Douglas Lansford
Director: George McCowan
Guest star: David Hedison (Carlyle Cranston), Rosetta LeNoire (Mama Da), Ernie Hudson (Jamu), Juliet Mills (Evelyn Kellino), Lauren Tewes (Jane Howell), John Gavin (Harry Kellino), Howard Duff (Douglas Shane), Marjorie Lord (Beth Shane), Gary Collins (Bill Jordon), Katy Kurtzman (Ann Kellino), Susan Tolsky (Penny), Tom Fridley (Tony), Mary Frann (Grace)

Lauren Tewes is an amnesia victim trying to prove she's entitled to a huge inheritance, and Juliet Mills and John Gavin are parents of a couple of kids trying to bring them together.

5 :01x05 - Lady of the Evening/The Racer

First aired: Feb/25/1978
Writer: Tim Maschler, Michael Fisher
Director: Don Weis
Guest star: Jerry Van Dyke (Brennan), Carol Lawrence (Rachel Kincaid), Paul Burke (Bill Fredericks), Carol Lynley (Renee Lansing), Christopher George (Jack Kincaid), Alan Hale, Jr. (Corky), Peter Mark Richman (Roy Burke), Clark Brandon (Patrick Kincaid), Hallie Small (Suzanne), Larry Huffman (Racetrack Announcer), Mary Moon (Gorgeous Girl)

A retired race driver who was seriously injured in his last race hopes to recreate the devastating moment.

6 :01x06 - Treasure Hunt/Beauty Contest

First aired: Mar/11/1978
Writer: William Douglas Lansford
Director: Allen Baron, George McCowan
Guest star: Dennis James (Beauty Pagent Announcer), Maureen McCormick (Sally Quinn), Gene Barry (Neville Quinn), Peter Haskell (James DeFoe), Michael Callan (Stewart 'Stu' Chambers), Jo Ann Harris (Andrea Chambers), Louis Nye (Comedian), Debra Feuer (Shirl Dean), Constance Forslund (Elaine Benson)

Sally Quinn is on Fantasy Island to fulfill her childhood dream of winning a beauty contest, something her dad disapproves.

7 :01x07 - The Funny Girl/Butch and Sundance

First aired: Mar/18/1978
Writer: James Schmerer, Ron Friedman
Director: Cliff Bole
Guest star: Olan Soule (Proprietor), Marcia Strassman (Kay Penny/Katherine Patrino), Dennis Cole (Dr. Lloyd Hopper), James MacArthur (Alex Farelli /The Sundance Kid), Christopher Connelly (Bill Cummings/Butch Cassidy), William Smith (Wyatt Earp), Philip Boyer (Pip), Edward Andrews (Donny Dunway), Lurene Tuttle (Mary Emery), Henry Jones (Bank Teller), Robert F. Hoy (Sam), Raymond Singer (Larry), Dennis Kort (Soda Jerk), Hope Olson (Sheba), Stanley Ralph Ross (Colton), George Tracy (Hog Caller), Steven Chambers (Curley), Jim Burk (Bart)

There's comedy in the classroom of a famous comedienne (Marcia Strassman) to escape the spotlight and lead a normal life; and the rip-roaring fantasy of two young men(James McArthur and Christopher Connelly) to lead the infamous Hold-in-the-wall gang are Mr. Roarke's next challenges

8 :01x08 - Superstar/Salem

First aired: Mar/25/1978
Writer: Michael Fisher, Ron Friedman
Director: Earl Bellamy
Guest star: Leslie Nielsen (Doctor Whitfield), Darleen Carr (Dora Delaney), Stuart Whitman (Walter Tate), Fred Lynn (Himself), Vera Miles (Martha Tate), Gary Burghoff (Richard C. Delaney/Paul Hughes), Henry Beckman (Mr. Weaver), Jewel Blanch (Charity), Brendan Dillon (Goodfriend), Walker Edmiston (Maxwell), Steve Garvey (Himself), Tommy Lasorda (Himself), James Griffith (Old Pugh), Ken Brett (Himself), George Brett (Himself), Ellis Valentine (Himself), Elvira Roussel (Barmaid), Larry Basham (Ethan), Hank Robinson (Umpire), David Yanez (Native Boy), Tina Maray (Native Girl), James Sargent (The Man)

9 :01x09 - Trouble, My Lovely/The Common Man

First aired: Apr/01/1978
Writer: Marion Hargrove, Larry Alexander
Director: Cliff Bole
Guest star: John Fiedler (Mortimer Fox), Don Knotts (Stanley Scheckter), Nancy Walker (Roberta aka Mumsy), Bernie Kopell (Fred Stouton), Lynda Day George (Iris Chandler), Dennis Patrick (Peter Chandler), Pamela Bryan (Peggy), Frank Aletter (Lt. Draper), Jack Ging (Sgt. Fallon), Kevin King (Arnold), David Case (Fitz), Rick Jason (Arthur Hemmings), Julie Cobb (Florence)

10 :01x10 - The Over the Hill Caper/Poof! You're a Movie Star

First aired: Apr/15/1978
Writer: Tim Maschler, Skip Webster
Director: Earl Bellamy
Guest star: Harriet Hilliard (Winnie McLaine), Tom Ewell (Bert "Fingers"), Michael Anderson, Jr. (Bill), Ray Bolger (Spencer McLaine), Barbi Benton (Shirley Russell), Joanna Barnes (Liz Perry), Herb Edelman (Arthur Gantzman), Foster Brooks (Frank "Spider" Randall), Jordan Clarke (Tommy Prentiss), Phil Foster (Jackson), Jordan Rhodes (Desmond Vaughn), Jim Galante (Cameraman), Harv Selsby (Vince)

Four depression era bank robbers who want to pull one last job and a pretty girl with aspirations of becoming a movie star seek fulfilment of their dreams on Fantasy Island.

11 :01x11 - Reunion/Anniversary

First aired: Apr/29/1978
Writer: Steve Fisher
Director: Allen Baron, John Newland
Guest star: Jim Backus (Cap), Robert Alda (Mark Dupres), Lucie Arnaz (Toni Elgin), Ronny Cox (Tom Elgin), Anne Jeffreys (Mrs. Dupres), Michele Lee (Carol D'Angelo), Hilary Thompson (Hannah Baker), Tony Young (Joe Houston), Stuart Nisbet (Reverend Allen), Carole Mallory (Nona), Ann Doran (Emma Howard), Pamela Franklin (Agnes Wentworth), Sue Lyon (Jill Nolan)

Jill wants a reunion with fellow cheerleaders; Tom Elgin, an alcoholic, and his wife, Toni, learn they aren't married.

12 :01x12 - King for a Day/Instant Family

First aired: May/06/1978
Writer: Ron Friedman, Steve Fisher
Director: George McCowan
Guest star: Theodore Bikel (Eric Soro), Jane Wyatt (Mrs. Grayson), Diane Baker (Queen Aurora of Carpathia), David Doyle (Ernie Miller), Melinda Naud (Gail Grayson), Adam Rich (Herbie Block), William Glover (Cecil), Christian Brackett-Zika (Conrad Block), Barbara Baldavin (Selma Block), Don Dubbins (Dr. Block), Don Pedro Colley (Bakota), Fred Lerner (Manager), George D. Wallace (Harry Sand), Kristi Jill Wood (Laurie Block)

13 :01x13 - Fool for a Client/Double Your Pleasure

First aired: May/13/1978
Writer: Orville Hampton, Ron Friedman
Director: Earl Bellamy
Guest star: Ken Barry (Larry Barbour), Caren Kaye (Dina McKay/Nina McKay), Rich Little (Herbert Costigan), Mary Ann Mobley (Pamela Deering), Donald May (Dr. Marlowe), Stephen McNally (Judge Harper), Lana Wood (Cecile), Sal Viscuso (Charles Deering), Junero Jennings (Wiggins), John Dennis (Hart), Tye Lamont (Clerk)

14 :01x14 - Call Me Lucky/Torch Singer

First aired: May/20/1978
Writer: John Meredyth Lucas, Paul W. Cooper
Director: Cliff Bole
Guest star: Richard Dawson (Harry Beamus), Kathryn Holcomb (Edith Garvey), Dick Butkus (Moose), Edd Byrnes (Neil), Anthony Caruso (Big Al), Joey Forman (Bugsy), Dave Johnson (Race Track Announcer), Brad Savage (Joey), Milton Selzer (Willie), Frank Farmer (Bookie), John Furlong (Ames), Delana Michaels (Redhead), Louis Quinn (Joe)

A gambler who would like to win every game for once in his life is cured of his vice. And a young woman may experience as a singer the career which her gifted grandmother enjoyed in the 20s.

15 :02x01 - The Homecoming/The Sheik

First aired: Sep/16/1978
Writer: Orville Hampton, Worley Thorne
Director: Earl Bellamy
Guest star: Arte Johnson (Edgar Breen), Georgia Engel (Yasmine/ Brenda Rappaport), Lynda Day George (Nancy Harding), David Birney (Sgt. Alan Boardman), Michael Gregory (Frank Harding), Cassandra Peterson (Ptatateetah), Ronnie Scribner (Danny), Arnold Moss (Sheikh), Sid Haig (Hakeem), Tamara Elliot (Belly Dancer)

A teacher who is tired of putting up with spoiled debutantes seeks his own harem and an amnesia victim mistakenly reported killed in Vietnam wants to be reunited with his family venture to Fantasy Island.

16 :02x02 - The Big Dipper/The Pirate

First aired: Sep/23/1978
Writer: Arthur Rowe, Worley Thorne
Director: Earl Bellamy
Guest star: Cameron Mitchell (Sgt. Broylan), James Luisi (Arbogast), Sonny Bono (Ed Cavanaugh), Vivian Blaine (Mrs. Devere), Rory Calhoun (Mr. Watson), Diana Canova (Mary), Don Stansauk (Benton), Dan Rowan (Petey Raymond/Reverend Pete Hollister), Jill Whelan (Harmony), Clint Ritchie (Crewman), Richard Roat (Donald Gidding), Fred Slyter (Minister), Danny Wells (Brutus)

A celebrated painter (Sonny Bono) wants to become a pirate so that he can sweep the woman he loves, his ex-wife (Diana Canova), off her feet and a pickpocket's (Dan Rowan) little daughter wants him to ponder their future.

17 :02x03 - The Beachcomber/The Last Whodunit

First aired: Sep/30/1978
Director: George McCowan
Guest star: Maurice Evans (Helmsley), Judith Chapman (Evelyn Wallace), John Astin (Charles D. Preston), Celeste Holm (Mabel Jarvis), Janis Paige (Charlotte), Jack Carter (Detective), Howard Morton (Terence), Lynn Borden (Nancy Preston), Jorge Moreno (Gono), Marianne Marks (Ulla), Sam Hiona (Bapu), Anthony Penya (Pepe), Mickey Morton (Bartender)

A famous mystery writer becomes involved in a murder plot, and an executive wants to become a beachcomber.

18 :02x04 - Best Seller/The Tomb

First aired: Oct/14/1978
Writer: Skip Webster, Daniel B. Ullman
Director: George McCowan
Guest star: Maureen McCormick (Angela Brennan), Barry Sullivan (Professor Neville Marlowe), Shelley Fabares (Jill Marlowe), David Opatoshu (Abdul Kameel), Gloria DeHaven (Mrs. Brennan), Desi Arnaz, Jr. (Barney Hunter), Janice Heiden (Audrey), Jeannie Wilson (Janice), Alice Frost (Carlotta), Tamar Cooper (Lucretia), Shauna Sullivan (Tina)

Barney T Hunter, a bookstore clerk fails to add the price of fame to his desires when he becomes a famed bestselling author with his book "Sex can make you inmortal" and a daughter's wish that her egyptologist father makes an important discovery becomes a horrifying adventure.

19 :02x05 - I Want to Get Married/The Jewel Thief

First aired: Oct/21/1978
Writer: Worley Thorne
Director: George McCowan
Guest star: Ken Berry (Eddie Conlin), Meredith MacRae (Cindy Barker), Steve Forrest (Jordan Montgomery), Leigh Taylor-Young (Leslie Tarleton), Peter Mark Richman (Carl Dekker), Jill Jaress (Bella), Yale Summers (Philip), Peter Palmer (Boyd), Patrick Cronin (Harry), Henry Polic, II (Marty)

A carpenter craves the excitement of being a cat burglar; a young woman looks for Mr. Rignt to replace her fiance of 18 months.

20 :02x06 - War Games/Queen of the Boston Bruisers

First aired: Oct/28/1978
Director: Earl Bellamy
Guest star: Christopher Norris (Shirley), Anne Francis (Drusilla Roberts), Greg Morris (Ted Harmon), Christopher George (Joe Beck), Joanna Barnes (Betty Wendover), Don DeFore (Wendover), Joan Pringle (Hayley), Mary Jo Catlett (Hooligan Hanreddy), Dick Wilson (Minister), Murray MacLeod (Jimmy), David Byrd (Felix Van Dyke), Paul Zegner (Mel), Jenny Neumann (Girl), Larry Huffman (TV Narrator), Dick Whittington (Announcer), Jonathan Frakes (Kirk Wendover)

A roller derby queen who wants to be a classy lady to impress her daughter's future inlaws and two men who want to relive the most emotional experience of their lives which took place in the war.

21 :02x07 - Let the Goodtimes Roll/ Nightmare

First aired: Nov/04/1978
Director: George McCowan
Guest star: Mary Ann Mobley (Sheila), Ray Milland (Colonel James Weston), Pamela Franklin (Janine Sanford), Paul Sand (Duke Manducci), Danny Bonaduce (Hot Rod), John Ericson (Policeman), Brett Halsey (Arthur Sanford), Peter Isacksen (Ernie Kowalski), Darrell Fetty (Kenny Mathews), Muffi Durham (Debbie), Suzanne Niles (Cindy), Darren McGavin (Victor Duncan)

A young man (Paul Sand) dreams of reliving his days as "king of the strip," a recent bride (Pamela Franklyn) wants out of her marriage, and a macho journalist (Darren McGavIn) desires to stalk a dangerous jungle tiger.

22 :02x08 - Return/The Toughest Man Alive

First aired: Nov/11/1978
Director: Earl Bellamy
Guest star: Stephen Schnetzer (Cebee Singh), Red Buttons (Tony Emerson), Samantha Eggar (Helena Marsh), Paul John Balson (Jamie Marsh), France Nuyen (Anna), Evan Kim (Sam), Angela Clarke (Nana), Bruce M. Fischer (Captain Fisk), Chao-Li Chi (the Elder), Rick Flores (Wally), George Rado (Jean Montaigne), Harv Selsby (Reporter)

1. A fashion designer gets a second trip to Fantasy Island, this time hoping to find the man she loves. 2. A mild-mannered engineer wants to be "the toughest man alive."

23 :02x09 - The Appointment/Mr. Tattoo

First aired: Nov/18/1978
Writer: Arthur Rowe, Ron Friedman
Director: Cliff Bole
Guest star: Norman Bartold (Ross), Bert Convy (Dr. John Carlson), Barbi Benton (Dee Dee Verona), Troy Donahue (Jack Terry), Connie Stevens (Evelyn Kastenbaum), Fred Grandy (Bernie), Trisha Noble (Denise Carlson), Nancy Kwan (Helena), Regis Toomey (Dr. Thomas), Brian Avery (Freddie), Iggie Wolfington (Rev. Abner Mooney), Argentina Brunetti (Teresa)

Dr. Carlson wants to colect 50 million dollars to build a large clinic, his wife harbors some doubts about the project. Tattoo becomes a middleman for two chorus girls eager to marry a pair of rich producers.

24 :02x10 - The Flight of the Great Yellow Bird/The Island of Lost Women

First aired: Nov/25/1978
Writer: Michael Fisher, Arthur Rowe
Director: Joseph Pevney
Guest star: Lisa Loring (Maria), Michelle Pfeiffer (Athena), Peter Graves (Eddie Malone), Cyd Charisse (Queen Delphia), Robert Morse (Barney Shaw), Barbara Rush (Professor Smith-Myles), Robin Eisenman (Niobe), Kate Hopkins (Rozelle), Dan C. Reed (Micah), Leone James (Chief Guard), Tim Rossovich (Islander), Kate Netter (Juno)

Singapur Malone is on the search for the Bigfoot and pays for an expedition using a yellow plane. Barney is a sailor who fantasizes about getting to island populated by Amazon warrior women.

25 :02x11 - Carnival/The Vaudevillians

First aired: Dec/02/1978
Director: Georg Stanford Brown
Guest star: Ellen Geer (Doris), Lewis Arquette (Jeff), Charles Nunez (Pablo), Carol Lynley (Dorothy Weller), Stuart Whitman (Tom Parnell), Phil Silvers (Charlie Parks), Phil Harris (Will Fields), John Fielding (Mr. "Ace" Smith), Luke Askew (Sunglasses), Rick Lenz (Adam), Paul Cavonis (Priest), Dan Seymour (Proprietor), Frank Loverde (Clerk), Tony Goodstone (Man)

A young woman (Carol Lynley) who wants to be reunited with a former love and two vaudevillians (Phil Silvers, Phil Harris) trying to put their act back together visit the island

26 :02x12 - Charlie's Cherubs/Stalag 3

First aired: Dec/09/1978
Director: Cliff Bole
Guest star: Robert Gentry (Dick), Yvonne DeCarlo (Fifi Aprea), Nita Talbot (Lizzie Clarke), Melinda Naud (Amber), Nehemiah Persoff (Horst Von Stern), Bobby Troup (Johnny Fox), Cornel Wilde (Danny Ryan), Brenda Benet (Ginny), Brendon Boone (Matthews), Bond Gideon (Claudia), Joe Mantell (Eddie Hodges), Ivor Barry (David Garner), Lanna Saunders (Joyce), Patti Pivaar (Cleo), Mike Nomand (The Soldier)

Three gorgeous girls dream of cracking a case just like "Charlie's Angels", and a man dreams of being reunited with his World War II prison camp buddies.

27 :02x13 - The Lady and the Longhorn/Vampire

First aired: Dec/16/1978
Director: Arnold Laven
Guest star: Ray Stewart (Sidney), Lloyd Bochner (Maurice Benson), Robert Reed (Leo Drake), Julie Sommars (Carmen Drake), Eva Gabor (Vera Templeton), Jack Elam (Hollis Buford Jr.), Tammy Lauren (Tracy), Erica Yohn (Erica), Noah Keen (Paul), Dick Haynes (Judge), Charles Macaulay (Dwight), Vicki Kriegler (Magda), Yuliis Ruval (Stella)

Dracula lives again on 'Fantasy Island", with Robert Reed playing an actor who claims to be the count's relative and who wants to prepare for the role by visiting the vampire's hunting grounds.. Also, Eva Gabor plays a cosmetics tycoon who needs to meet a millionaire.

Dracula lives again when a famous actor wants to prepare for his most challenging role, and a flamboyant cosmetic tycoon uses an unusual plot to snag a millionaire when they visit Mr Roarke.

Eva Gabor is a nearly bankrupt cosmetics manufacturer who wants to marry a rich man and Robert Reed as a method actor preparing for a role by assuming the personality of the character — Count Dracula.

28 :02x14 - Seance/The Treasure

First aired: Jan/13/1979
Director: Larry Stewart
Guest star: Eve Plumb (Clare Conti), Michael Fox (Mr. McCloud), Leslie Nielsen (Victor Conti), George Maharis (Joe Capos), Shelley Fabares (Eva Capos), Marie Windsor (Madame Estelle Vorick), Ross Bickell (Eddie Loomis), Stepfanie Kramer (Denise Morot), Joseph Hacker (Claude Morot), Don Megowan (Rancher), Doug Banks (Wheeler Dealer #1), Warren Munson (Wheeler Dealer #2), Dorit Renier (Model)

Eve Plumb seeks the truth about her twin brother's death, and George Maharis plays a man wanting to be a millionaire, no matter who or what stands in his way.

29 :02x15 - Cowboy/Substitute Wife

First aired: Jan/20/1979
Director: Arnold Laven
Guest star: Peter Breck (Casey West), Hugh O'Brian (Brian Kehoe), Peter Lawford (Harvey Winslow), Jayne Meadows (Nadine Winslow), Johnny Timko (Tommy), Hans Conried (Dr. Van Helsing), Sherry Jackson (Monica Jensen), Shauna Sullivan (Lureen Baker), Connie Slamar (Connie), Stuart Rogers (Kevin), John Ashby (Fibbs), Clifford Happy (Ted), Larry Huffman (Rodeo Announcer)

Hugh O'Brien, Peter Lawford and Jayne Meadows are walking on a fantasy island episode relating the stories of a man who wants to be a rodeo hero (at any cost) and a woman seeking to pick her husband's next wife.

Hugh O'Brien guest stars as a man who hasn't seen his son for many years and Jayne Meadows Allen guest stars as a woman who wants the opportunity to pick her husband's (Peter Lawford) next wife.

30 :02x16 - Photographs/Royal Flush

First aired: Jan/27/1979
Writer: James W. Hayes, Skip Webster
Director: Cliff Bole
Guest star: John McIntire (Victor Holly), Kathy McCullen (Debbie), Mabel King (Bertha Jones), Michele Lee (Nancy Weston), John Rubinstein (Johnny Cort), Ronne Troup (Emily Holly), Diana Muldaur (Mrs. Castle), Elizabeth Cheshire (Alison Castle), Hank Brandt (Arthur Castle), Paul Picerni (Nick Lago), Hal Needham (Orville), Scott Atlas (Adam Weston), Ed Kenney (Mike), Larry Duran (Art)

"Photographs." A woman photographer believes she is being haunted by a little girl who mysteriously appears in her pictures. "Royal Flush." A young man wants to fulfill his dream of participating in the world's only $1-million poker game — where he will be forced to challenge the most famous card players.

31 :02x17 - The Stripper/The Boxer

First aired: Feb/10/1979
Director: Lawrence Dobkin
Guest star: Ben Murphy (Billy Blake), Chuck McCann (Whoopee Hoover), Mamie Van Doren (Sheba), Laraine Stephens (Maureen Banning), Stacy Keach, Sr. (Banning), Forrest Tucker (Jake), Michael Callan (McCoy), Maureen McCormick (Jennie Collins), Beverly Powers (Betty), William Beckley (Barnaby Jeffers), John Lawrence (Ernie Peevey)

Mr. Roarke helps Maureen Banning, a runaway heiress intent on marrying a poet, she is being stalked by a private eye hired by her dad. To escape from the detective, she joins a burlesque show as a stripper.
Billy, a dying boxer wants a final shot at the world title. His coach, Jake, wants him to shun Jennie, a former girlfriend who left him years ago.

32 :02x18 - Casting Director/Pentagram/A Little Ball

First aired: Feb/17/1979
Writer: Arthur Rowe, Michael Fisher, Skip Webster
Director: George McCowan, Mike Vejar
Guest star: Abe Vigoda (Sid Gordon), Florence Henderson (Jane Garwood), Lisa Hartman (Sister Mary Theresa/Mary Hoyt), John Saxon (Jim Cowl), Don Knotts (Felix Birdsong), Phyllis Davis (Jean Arden), Cesar Romero (Sheikh Hameel Habib), Ed Grover (Marsh), Ben Davidson (Hammerhead Harris), Francine Gabel (Lisa), Victoria Ann Berry (Barbi Dalton), Linda Kendall (Gigi), Suzanne Copeland (Bobbi Jo), Jim Burk (Paul Kendall), Harold Wayne Jones (Priest), Larry Huffman (Newsman)

In a special 90-minute episode, Don Knotts plays an avid movie fan who dreams of becoming a casting director ("Casting Director" written by Skip Webster). Lisa Hartman plays Sor Teresa, a nun who has doubts about her beliefs ("A Little Ball" by Michael Fisher). Florence Henderson plays Jane, a journalist who believes she is jinxed because her last boyfriends have died in freaky accidents ("Pentagram" by Arthur Rowe).

33 :02x19 - Spending Spree/The Hunted

First aired: Feb/24/1979
Writer: Herman Groves
Director: George McCowan
Guest star: Lola Falana (Esther Bolling), Stuart Whitman (Charles Wesley), James Shigeta (General Lin Sun), Diana Canova (Sally Glover), Khigh Dhiegh (Colonel Chan), Doodles Weaver (Blindman), John Myhers (Phil Collins), Ingrid Wang (Li), Byron Morrow (Mr. Dow), Lester Fletcher (Mr. Swit), Patrick Spohn (Mr. Hudson), Sam Irvine (Mr. Pelter), Dede Howard (Lana), Laura Corn (Dana)

Two beautiful girls see if they can spend $500 million dollars in shopping items for one day and a big game hunter learns what it s like to be the target when he s hunted by killers.

34 :02x20 - Birthday Party/Ghostbreaker

First aired: Mar/03/1979
Writer: Steve Fisher, Ron Friedman
Director: Cliff Bole
Guest star: Christopher Stone (Tom Dearborn), Pamela Toll (Jo Dearborn), Ken Berry (Elliott Fielding), Larry Storch (Alain Leblanc), Janet Leigh (Carol Gates), Annette Funicello (Edna Kamberley), Skye Aubrey (Tracy Miller), Marc Bentley (Jamie Dearborn), Ray Malavasi (Coach), Jim Youngblood (LA Rams), Frank Corral (LA Rams), Anthony Davis (LA Rams), Douglas Fowley (Old Jacoby), Monica Gayle (Donna), Elaine Borden (Susan), Elisa Carnahan (Lani)

A mother (Janeth Leigh) goes to her twins' 30th Birthday party in spite of the fact that she has not seen them since she gave them up for adoption at birth. A shy librarian tries to catch a real ghost to support the information he wrote in his book.

A woman wants to meet the twin children she gave up for adoption 30 years earlier and a chicken-hearted librarian wishes to be an exorcist.

Bar and grill owner Carol Oates longs to see the kids she dropped a long time ago Roarke obliges by
hiding her real identity and presetting her to
As Carol chats them up, she learns to her dismay that Tom is about to divorce his wife and that Tracy wants to give up her unborn child for adoption.
In the second plot, librarian Elliot Fielding needs experience in ghost breaking before he can write his book. So Roarke takes him to an old mansion, which houses a spooked girls' school, to exorcise a restless spirit dubbed The Gentleman Strangler.

35 :02x21 - Yesterday's Love/Fountain of Youth

First aired: Mar/17/1979
Writer: William Douglas Lansford
Director: George McCowan
Guest star: Lou Frizzell (Willie Tucker), Guy Madison (Brick Howard), Dennis Cole (Captain Jeff Bailey), Lew Ayres (J. D. Pettigrew), Eleanor Parker (Peggy Atwood), Craig Stevens (Charles Atwood), Mary Louise Weller (Tina Mason), Eddie Little Sky (The Chief), Rick Flores (Sato), Bob Cummings (Tama), Bert Santos (The Priest)

A couple (Eleanor Parker, Craig Stevens) in the process of separation relives the past; a soldier of fortune (Dennis Cole) seeks the Fountain of Youth hired by an old rich man.

36 :02x22 - The Comic/The Golden Hour

First aired: May/05/1979
Director: Earl Bellamy
Guest star: Pat Klous (Mary-Margaret Doyle), Don S. Davis (One Man Band), Michael Parks (Mike Banning), Toni Tennille (Sandy Larson), Jack Carter (Danny Baker), Fred Grandy (Jerry Burton), Morgan Woodward (Marshall Victor Grennan), Freddie Weller (Himself), Joan Roberts (Linda Larson), A.J. Blake (Tammy), Richard Styles (Airplane Co-Pilot), Ed Ruffalo (Pilot)

In the first premise Roarke allows Jerry Burton to step into the limelight and tell his jokes. Burton, the behind-the-scene man for top comedian Danny Baker, has always wanted to be a top star, and now he gets that chance. Unhappily for him, he blows it and nearly kills his career.
The second plot concerns paraplegic Sandy Larson who arrives just to see her pen pal Mike Banning - a convict in transit on the isle while being transported to another prison. But Banning, refusing to see her, attempts to escape.

37 :02x23 - Cornelius and Alfonse/The Choice

First aired: May/06/1979
Director: Earl Bellamy
Guest star: Regis Philbin (Cotton Club Radio Announcer), Red Buttons (Cornelius Kelly), Juliet Mills (Ruth Ewell), Billy Barty (Alphonse), Beth Brickell (Ella), Mary Ann Mobley (Evie), Michael Anderson, Jr. (Joe), Kyle Richards (Rebecca), Steven Spencer (Mark), Frank Richards (Skipper)

Tattoo is kidnapped and held for ransom by an evil former island employee and his diminutive sidekick, and two orphaned children get the chance to choose ideal parents after making on exciting excursion by balloon to an uncharted part of the island.

38 :02x24 - Bowling/Command Performance

First aired: May/12/1979
Director: Mike Vejar
Guest star: Rue McClanahan (Margaret Fielding), Al Molinaro (Lou Fielding), Joan Blondell (Naomi Gittings), Roddy McDowall (Richard Simmons), Kathie Browne (Helena), Danielle Aubry (Madeleine Eskorpos), Lynda Farrell (Stella), Cliff Emmich (Manny the Turk), Peter Bromilo (Igor), George Garet (Afimed), Mike Walden (Announcer), Bob Cummings (Lava Lava Boy)

Two stories — one about a mediocre bowler trying to
make it good at a top pro bowling tourney while the second deals with an ex circus owner bringing together her old circus for one last show.
In Bowling Lou seeks a winning place in the Fantasy Island bowling tourney. At the last minute he gets apprehensive about competing against such crack champions. But his wife,Margaret, reminds him
that his performance is only a fantasy.
In Command Performance, Naomi Gittings wants to bring together her old circus, not merely for a last performance, but also to ferret out the murderer of her ex-circus manager and booking agent. She is very sure that someone in the circus is responsible for their deaths. Prime suspicion falls on Richard, a down-and-out clown who has every reason to feel bitter.

39 :02x25 - Amusement Park/Rock Stars

First aired: May/13/1979
Guest star: Vernee Watson-Johnson (Andrea), Bernard Fox (Brian Lipscomb), Scott Baio (Rob Collins), Jill Whelan (Jodie Collins), Jimmy Baio (Willie Collins), Joanna Barnes (Miss Ridges), Jarrod Johnson (Darius), Ted Lange (The Great Scott), Keith Coogan (Scooter Collins), Marilyn Michaels (Reporter), William Boyett (Hank), Donald Symington (Colonel), Dennis Dimster (Eddie), Jennifer Hazar (Doris), Sam Hiona (Jack), George Cheung (Attendant), Joshua Gallego (Attendant), Bob Cummings (Ride Operator), Tracey Gold (Monica)

40 :03x01 - Hit Man/The Swimmer

First aired: Sep/07/1979
Writer: Skip Webster, Tim Maschler
Director: Earl Bellamy
Guest star: Eve Plumb (Terry Summers), Don S. Davis (One Man Band), Gail Fisher (Dr. Frantz), Peter Graves (Jack Summers), David Doyle (Fred Forbush), Constance Towers (Shirley Forbush), Eddie Mekka (Johnny Detroit/Wilbur Wilson), Kaye Ballard (Elvira Wilson), Marc Gilpin (Bobby), April Gilpin (Janet), Ronnie Scribner (Greg), Steven Spencer (Billy), Katrina Alexis (Kathy), Shelley Johnson (Detroit's Girl #1), Nancy Traylor (Detroit's Girl #2)

A handicapped girl (Eve Plumb) visits the island in hopes of finding a cure for her paralysis and a bankrupt man (David Doyle) takes a hit contract on himself so that his family can collect the life Insurance.

41 :03x02 - Goose for the Gander/The Stuntman

First aired: Sep/14/1979
Writer: Mike Vejar, Tom Rowe
Director: Cliff Bole
Guest star: Abe Vigoda (Joe Lange), Hans Conried (George Boeuftou), Grant Goodeve (Bill Rawlins), Doris Roberts (Marjorie Gibbs), Dale Robertson (Peter Rawlins), Vito Scotti (Antoine de Vouvray), Dana Wynter (Norma Rawlins), Skip Homeier (Jim Heston), Roy Jenson (Snuffy Harris), Fred Lerner (Paul), Alvin Ing (Fu Chow), John McCafferty (Dean Ward)

A female cook wants to compete and win in a famed cuisine competition held in Fantasy Island; a stuntman wishes to reunite with his long-lost son.

42 :03x03 - Tattoo: the Love God/Magnolia Blossoms

First aired: Sep/21/1979
Director: Earl Bellamy
Guest star: Dack Rambo (Captain Rawlins), Lisa Hartman (Gladys Boylin), Christopher Connelly (Captain Hampstead), Pamela Franklin (Myra Collinsky), Biff Warren (Injured Soldier), Luke Askew (Captain Jennings), Marianne Marks (Luana), Kalani Kinimaka (Chief), Esmond Chung (Kona), Kathy Paulo (Tani), Jake Ho'Opai (Muscular Native), Elijah Papke (Heavy Native), Judi Andersen (Gorgeous Girl), Ingrid Wang (Native Girl), Ed Fury (Sergeant), Lawrence Bame (Lieutenant Castlebury), John Davis Chandler (Bellamy), Gene Evans (Yankee Captain)

This time Mr. Roarke grants a wish to his assistant Tattoo. He dreams of becoming the Love God of the islanders. However, poor Tattoo soon finds himself overwhelmed with the situation. Meanwhile, two girls (Lisa Hartman and Pamela Franklin) want to do "Gone with the Wind" as they scour the Civil War South for the one-and-only Rhett Butler. Dack Rambo and Christopher Connelly are featured. While two girls want to be Scarlett O'Haras, Tatoo longs to be admired and surrounded by beautiful women. Christoper Connelly. Gene Evans. Pamela Franklin and Lisa Hartman guest.

43 :03x04 - Baby/Marathon: Battle of the Sexes

First aired: Oct/05/1979
Director: George McCowan
Guest star: Barbi Benton (Bunny Kelly), Rick Rossovich (Boris Smolensk), Joshua Gallegos (Thomas), Gavin Brendan (Stuart), David Yanez (Kiko), Barbara Luna (Mary), Bob Seagren (Marathon Commentator), Paul Petersen (Eugene Bodine), Peter Isacksen (Olaf Olafsen), Arlene Golonka (Gretchen Wassermann), Dick Martin (Dr. R.M. Bunk), Bruce M. Fischer (Bruno Grass), Marilyn Michaels (Edith)

Tattoo is given a special assignment: He must find new parents for the baby of a deceased islander. Tattoo has to choose between his own fantasy and the future well-being of the baby he wants to keep. Meanwhile, Olaf and his friends run in a marathon. Two girls participate in a sports endurance contest hampered by a dishonest competitor and his trainer. Guest stars: Barbi Benton, Dick Martin.

44 :03x05 - The Chain Gang/The Boss

First aired: Oct/20/1979
Director: Mike Vejar
Guest star: Cameron Mitchell (Eddie Collins), Olan Soule (Henry Jenner), Dennis Cole (Mike Jenner), Pat Klous (Stacy Connors), John Myhers (Howard Callas), Roddy McDowall (Gary Pointer), Donna Mills (Cindy Carter), Elizabeth Lindsey (Debbie), Brett Halsey (Brent Bailey), R.G. Armstrong (Captain Hawks)

A young woman wants to become the head of a large corporation, and a man seeks to avenge his father s death. Dennis Cole plays a man out to avenge his father's murder, and hot on the trail of the suspected killer (Cameron Mitchell), while Donna Mills plays a beautiful young woman who wants to head a large corporation where she is employed and gets in a power struggle with her real-life boss (Brett Halsey), the man she loves. Lots of maneuvering by host Ricardo Montalban) and clucking (by Herve Villechaize, as Tattoo.)

45 :03x06 - The Red Baron/Young at Heart

First aired: Oct/27/1979
Writer: Herman Groves, Donna Lee, Beverly Carter
Director: Earl Bellamy
Guest star: Diana Canova (Helen Phillips), Ron Ely (Manfred von Richthofen/Red Baron), Don Adams (Cornelius Wieselfarber), David Ladd (David Hanks), Dave Madden (George Crane), Martine Beswick (Monique), Al Ruscio (Anton), Gene Scherer (Herman Goering)

Cornelius Wieselfarher, a shy locksmith and scoutmaster, fulfills his fantasy of becoming an ace flier during WW I. But the plot thickens when he must help French rebels and face a great adversary, The Red Baron himself. Cornelius falls in love with Monique, a French spy.
Helen Phillips, a 57-year-old lady wants to be young again and feel love with a younger man. Mr Roarke provides her with a serum which turns her into a younger woman instantly. She must drink the potion three times or the process will reverse. She falls for David Hanks, a handsome engineer. Unexpectedly George Crane, her fiance, arrives looking for her.

46 :03x07 - The Wedding

First aired: Nov/03/1979
Writer: Michael Fisher, Arthur Rowe
Director: Earl Bellamy
Guest star: Samantha Eggar (Helena Marsh), Paul John Balson (Jamie Marsh), Laraine Day (Mrs. Cummings Helena's Mother), Angela Moses (1st Girl), Don Ho (Himself), Joseph Cotten (Thomas Cummings Helena's Father), Dick Fair (Minister), Malia Boyd (Rosie), Damien Kaha'ulelio (1st Boy)

Excitement and romance amid preparations for a spectacular wedding overwhelm the island when Mr. Roarke realizes his ultimate fantasy-- marrying the beautiful woman of his dreams.

47 :03x08 - The Handy Man/Tattoo's Romance

First aired: Nov/10/1979
Director: Lawrence Dobkin
Guest star: Audrey Landers (Donna May Calloway), Nanci Roberts (Sandy), Carolyn Jones (Ellie Simpson), Joey Forman (Spider Sloat), Shelley Fabares (Emily Perkins), Sonny Bono (Holly Ryan), Richard Paul (Colonel Hank Sutton), Beverly Powers (Mona Traylor), Elizabeth Hoy (Amy), Norman Grabowski (Horsehead Harry), Jean Samuelson (Unknown), K.C. Winkler (Unknown), Linda Fontana (Unknown)

A hoodlum (Sonny Bono) being stalked by a murderer seeks refuge at an orphanage. Tattoo wants to leave the island after he falls in love with an attractive country-music singer (Audrey Landers). Guest star: Shelley Fabares.

48 :03x09 - The Dancer/Nobody's There

First aired: Nov/17/1979
Director: Gene Nelson
Guest star: Dick Sargent (Algernon Pepperhill), Max Baer, Jr. (Big Jake Farley), Carol Lynley (Valeska DeMarco), Charlie Dell (Usher), Robert Casper (Pitou), Leslie Deutsch (Janine), Howard Morton (Samuel Blade), Lilyan Chauvin (Selena), Ellen Geer (Sylvia), Frank Aletter (Todd Sinclair), Stepfanie Kramer (Contessa Christina Kastronova), Toni Tennille (Betty Foster), Michael Callan (Dickie Devereaux)

A Texan self-made millionaire wants to meet the elusive prima-ballerina who was the inspiration for his success. A beautiful but naive private eye is desperate to crack her first case. Guest stars: Max Baer, Carol Lynley.

49 :03x10 - Class of '69/The Pug

First aired: Nov/24/1979
Director: Earl Bellamy
Guest star: Tim Thomerson (Lance Reynolds), Sugar Ray Robinson (Wally Ray Stone), Bill Baldwin (Scott Ames), Adrienne Barbeau (Brenda Richards), Gary Collins (Joey Lee), Fred Williamson (Jackson Malone), Ric Carrott (Ken Lansing), Dane Clark (Darcy), Lou Fillipo (Referee), Jimmy Lennon, Sr. (Ring Announcer), Matthew Faison (Frank Thomas), Grainger Hines (Mort), Fred Grandy (Bernie Drexel), K.C. Martel (Mitch Lee)

A plump young lady uses Roarke's mysterious powers to become a ravishing, voluptuous woman to seek a bizarre revenge on an old high school acquaintance; and a former boxer is urged by his devoted son to fight the world champion for the title.

50 :03x11 - The Mermaid/The Victim

First aired: Dec/01/1979
Director: Earl Bellamy
Guest star: Robin Riker (Fran), Candi Brough (Sandy), John Saxon (Professor Harold deHaven), Yvonne DeCarlo (Madame Jeannot), Michelle Phillips (Naya the Siren), Mary Ann Mobley (Amanda deHaven), Cathryn O'Neil (Annie), Cliff Carnell (Victor), James Darren (Michael Duvall), Kim O'Brien (Jennifer), Randy Brough (Randy), Jane Badler (Kim), Dorothy Stratten (Mickey), Joan Prather (Julie Brett)

A woman (Joan Prather) discovers that her dream of finding the perfect man (James Darren) has taken an unexpected twist.

51 :03x12 - The Cheerleaders/Marooned

First aired: Dec/08/1979
Writer: Herman Groves, Skip Webster
Director: Earl Bellamy
Guest star: Dan Pastorini (Roger Mosley), Norman Alden (George), Jayne Meadows (Liz), Vic Tayback (Melvyn Mews), Georgia Engel (Cathy Weldon), Mark Lonow (Manu Yprios), Jeff Donnell (Unknown), Patricia McCormack (Marge Atkins), Tim Rossovich (Monk), Jim Healy (Tabor)

Two young women (Georgia Engel and Patricia McCormick) seek the excitement and romance of being cheerleaders for a pro football team. Melvin wishes to spend the weekend with the woman of his dreams, famous movie star Liz Merrill.

52 :03x13 - The Inventor/On the Other Side

First aired: Dec/15/1979
Director: Earl Bellamy
Guest star: Lewis Arquette (Fred Waters), Arte Johnson (Professor Clebe), Marcia Wallace (Martha Mix), Stefan Gierasch (Maximillian Zoltan), Ike Eisenmann (Keith), Macdonald Carey (Hobart Gideon), Brigid O'Brien (Ruth Singleton), Alex Rodine (Andre), Barney Phillips (Mr. Mason), Lurene Tuttle (Ethel Small), Jeanette Nolan (Irma Gideon), Harv Selsby (Unknown), Deborah Tilton (Unknown), Stone Bower (Unknown), Chip Hayes (Unknown)

A widow (Janette Nolan) is accompanied by her grandson to the island where she is determined to her dream of meeting with her deceased husband.

53 :03x14 - Look-Alikes/The Winemaker

First aired: Dec/22/1979
Writer: Ron Friedman, Tim Maschler
Director: Lawrence Dobkin
Guest star: Ken Berry (Harry Simpson/Vincent Brandon), Nita Talbot (Blanche), Michael V. Gazzo (Lassiter), Celeste Holm (Sister Veronica), Ross Martin (Armand Fernandel), Johnny Timko (Jimmy), Michael Altman (Benny Fernandel), John Thompson (The Dealer), Fil Formicola (Clyde), April Clough (Beth), A.J. Blake (Anita), Jonathan Harris (Chief Wine Judge), Bob Kaimi Cummings (Guard)

Harry Simpson is sure he has a double of himself somewhere in the world, and once Roarke finds him Harry insists to trade places with his lookalike. Sister Veronica comes to Fantasy Island in search of the first prize in a famed wine competition
"Lookalikes" An ordinary man is thrilled when he gets to lead the swinging life of his fabulously wealthy double, but the fun turns dangerous when he learns that he is responsible for his double's huge gambling debts; and "The Winemaker" A comedy of errors ensues when a nun enlists Tattoo's aid to help her win a wine-judging contest.

54 :03x15 - Unholy Wedlock/Elizabeth

First aired: Jan/12/1980
Writer: Skip Webster, Steve Fisher
Director: Rod Holcomb
Guest star: David Cassidy (Danny Collier), Tina Louise (Lisa Corday), Michael Ansara (Marco), Eddie Mekka (Ken Jason), Misty Rowe (Christine Collier), Jesse Doran (Turner), Anthony Penya (The Policeman), John Colton (Hal)

Danny Collier is a carefree bachelor from Chicago who wants to get married when the weekend gets over since he has been engaged to his girlfriend for two years and they have not been able to tie the know due to weird circumstances; Lisa Corday wants to end a nightmare she's been having on her 30th birthday.

55 :03x16 - Rogues and Riches/Stark Terror

First aired: Jan/19/1980
Writer: Herman Groves, Jeffrey M. Hayes
Director: Cliff Bole
Guest star: Elinor Donahue (Mrs. Marson), Dolly Read (Margaret), Robert Goulet (Pete Gilbert), Alan Hale, Jr. (Judge Winston), Melissa Sue Anderson (Amy Marson), John Schuck (Mark Hendricks), Michael Constantine (Joshua Templar), Ronald F. Hoiseck (Soldier), David Drucker (The Creature), Robert Clarke (Amy's Father), Joe Baker (Inn Keeper), Jim Mahady (Roger Marson), Gunilla Hutton (Priscilla), Molly Roden (Barmaid), Dan Sturkie (Magistrate), George Innes (Executioner), Sandy McCallum (Soldier)

Mark, a young lawyer has arrived to the Island in search of his client and pal, Pete Gilbert. Amy's wish is to relive to the night of her mother's murder and change the past.

A man travels back in time to the 18th century and a girl who has been mute since she witnessed her mother's death wishes to relive the horrifying night.

56 :03x17 - Playgirl/Smith's Valhalla

First aired: Jan/26/1980
Director: Mike Vejar
Guest star: Hugh O'Brian (Jason Smith), Leslie Nielsen (Emile Bouvier), Barbi Benton (Erica Clark), Sean Garrison (Captain Buck Tanner), Heather McAdam (Dinah Wilde), Charles Dierkop (Harry 'Weasel' Forbes), Janet Blair (Jackie Flynn), Denny Miller (Big Earl Sanderson), Fabian (Walter Wilde), Roger Til (Old Man), Suzanne Charney (Marlene McQueen), Emily Banks (Linda Smith), Ruby Handler (Stewardess), Jeff Eagle (Terrorist Leader), Carol Newell (Female Terrorist)

An ex-centerfold model (Barbi Benton) desiring to treat men as sex objects and a man dreaming of leading a commando raid visit Fantasy Island.

57 :03x18 - Aphrodite/Dr. Jekyll and Miss Hyde

First aired: Feb/02/1980
Writer: Stephen Lord, Ron Friedman
Director: Rod Holcomb
Guest star: Maureen McCormick (Jennifer Griffin), Don Stroud (Ross Hayden), Nehemiah Persoff (Andreas), Belinda Montgomery (Minnie Hale), George Maharis (Professor Alan Blair), Britt Ekland (Aphrodite), Rosemary Forsyth (Melanie Elizabeth Griffin), David Rini (Tasso)

A female doctor is transformed into an exotic but violent beauty, and a professor finds Aphrodite (Britt Ekiand), the Greek Goddess of love.

58 :03x19 - The Swinger/Terrors of the Mind

First aired: Feb/09/1980
Director: Cliff Bole
Guest star: Eric Mason (Pit Boss), Howard Morris (Herman Dodge), Judy Landers (Peggy), Lisa Hartman (Sharon Sanders Ward), Stephen McNally (Emmett Slate), Anne Francis (Maxine Dodge), Tony Giorgio (Croupier), Jack Carter (Stan Burns), Frankie Avalon (Martin), Ed Ruffalo (Hot Dog), Lou Richards (Duke), Suzanne Copeland (Jill), Heather Hewitt (Unknown), Dennis Doderen (Unknown)

A middle-aged man wanting to lead the life of a swinging young bachelor and a beautiful girl desiring a look into her own future are Mr. Roarke's guests.

59 :03x20 - Nona/One Million B.C.

First aired: Mar/01/1980
Writer: Steve Fisher, Don Ingalls
Director: Earl Bellamy
Guest star: Peter Graves (Ned J. Scott), Edd Byrnes (Lucas), Phyllis Davis (Mindy Harris), Neville Brand (Gog), Morgan Woodward (Targ), Peter Lupus (Antar), Jo Ann Pflug (Caroline Taylor), Joanna Pettet (Nona Lauren), Mark Thomas (Bolu), Tara Flin Preston (Falan), Tony Ballen (Casey), Jim Burk (Kolo), Walter Wyatt (Sun Man)

Two women desire to return to prehistoric times when women were totally dominated by the primitive men and a blind detective wants his eyesight back to find his missing love, Nona. Roarke grants the detective his eyesight for 48 hours only.

60 :03x21 - Jungle Man/Mary Ann and Miss Sophisticate

First aired: Mar/08/1980
Writer: Herman Groves
Director: Mike Vejar
Guest star: Dennis Cole (David Farley), Maren Jensen (Valerie), Manu Tupou (Prester John), France Nuyen (Mara), Barbara Luna (Princess Rima), Annette Funicello (Mary Ann Karlen), Don Galloway (George Reardon), Dick Butkus (Derrick Haskell)

David Farley wants to replay the role he used to portray on TV, Jungle Man. A ventriloquist lady feels her puppet is dominating her personality.

61 :03x22 - My Fair Pharaoh/The Power

First aired: May/10/1980
Writer: Stephen Lord
Director: George McCowan
Guest star: Carol Lynley (Stephanie), Ron Ely (Eric Williams/Marc Anthony), Joan Collins (Lucy Atwell), Michael Ansara (Ptolemy), Larry Linville (Fred Webster), Julie Sommars (Laura Crane), Ruth Roman (Mistress of the Harem), Brioni Farrell (Cleopatra), Patricia Davis (Charmaine), Gerald York (Player #2), Sonny La Rocca (Pool Hustler), Chris Capen (Claudio), John Davey (the Guard), Robert Hackman (Player #1), James Whitworth (the Slavemaster)

Lucy's wish is to travel back in time to the land of Pharaohs and fulfil her fantasy of becoming herself Cleopatra; Fred Webster wants to hold a special power, the power to move things at will. "My Fair Pharaoh"
Cleopatra and the pageantry of Rome come olive when a woman travels backward in time to become the Egyptian queen and faces death because of her torrid love for Mark Anthony; and in "The Power" a man endangers himself by seeking supreme power over other.

62 :03x23 - Eagleman/Children of Mentu

First aired: May/17/1980
Writer: Ron Friedman, Richard Fisher
Director: Mike Vejar
Guest star: Vernee Watson-Johnson (Rochelle McKenzie), Larry Storch (Hal Ripley), Bob Denver (Morris Binstock), Ralph Bellamy (Dr. Arthur Gates), Jim Backus (H.H. Moran), Rick Rossovich (Ozzie), Elisa Carnahan (Waitress), Keith Coogan (Barney Binstock), Mickey Morton (Curly), Ron Stein (Boatman), Eddie Marquez (Tomu), Yolanda Márquez (Mann Korr's Wife), Mickey Cherney (Conventioneer), Keith Atkinson (TV Announcer), Joey Forman (Insurance Man)

Morris Binstock, an insurance salesman (Bob Denver) wants to earn the respect of Barney, his son, by turning himself into a superhero, The Eagleman; Rochelle McKenzie, a waitress (Vernee Watson) who has studied to become a journalist wishes to find Dr. Arthur Gates, a missing physician (Ralph Bellamy ), famous for being a refugee from justice.

63 :04x01 - The Devil and Mandy Breem/Instant Millionaire

First aired: Oct/25/1980
Writer: Ruel Fischmann, Skip Webster
Director: Vince Edwards
Guest star: Arte Johnson (Fred Catlett), Adam West (Philip Breem), Ross Martin (Ace Scanlon), Arlene Golonka (Ava Foster), Carol Lynley (Amanda 'Mandy' Breem), Roddy McDowall (Mephistopheles the Devil), Richard Sanders (Race Track Announcer), Joe Turkel (Herb Glazer)

"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.

64 :04x02 - Flying Aces/The Mermaid Returns

First aired: Nov/01/1980
Writer: Ron Friedman, Don Ingalls
Director: Earl Bellamy
Guest star: Michelle Phillips (Princess Nyah), Robert Mandan (Captain Rosacker), Sam Melville (Tony Chilton), Tom Wopat (David Chilton), Hal England (Harvey), Dolly Read (Betty), Charles Lucia (Jerome), John Nolan (the Bartender), Janet Hills (Belinda), Donald Petrie (Flyer), Tom Bailey (Barman), Tom Demenkoff (Eddie Allen)

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.

65 :04x03 - The Skater's Edge/Concerto of Death

First aired: Nov/08/1980
Guest star: Dack Rambo (Mike O'Brien), Dennis Cole (Jeremy Hale), Chet Swiatkowsky (Sir Gay Marco), Erin Gray (Carla Marco), Charlene Tilton (Charlotte 'Charlie' Johnson), Juliet Mills (Viola Burnstein), Dick Shawn (Burnstein), Jack Carter (Morgan Townsend), Bradford Dillman (Vincent Stollmann), Peggy Fleming (Laura Henderson), Mary Ann Mobley (Linda Roth), Allen Ludden (Judge Meyer), Paul Flick (Farrell)

66 :04x04 - Don Quixote/The Sex Symbol

First aired: Nov/15/1980
Director: Mike Vejar
Guest star: Paul Williams (Donald Quick/Don Quixote), David Doyle (Sam Woolf/Sancho Panza), Phyllis Davis (Helen Hendrix), Michael Callan (Sterling), Mary Louise Weller (Dulcie Merchant/Dulcinea), Don Stroud (Orville Weems), Edd Byrnes (Ron Barker), Robert F. Lyons (Carl), John Furlong (Biker), Doug Llewelyn (Newsman), Dawn Merrick (Biker Girl)

67 :04x05 - The Love Doctor/The Pleasure Palace / Possessed

First aired: Nov/22/1980
Guest star: Loni Anderson (Kim Holland), Christopher George (Dr. Greg Miller), Barbi Benton (Molly Delahanti), Gary Burghoff (Gordon Hughes), Barbara Parkins (Lorna Hendricks), Dane Clark (Lt. Bob Blainey), Henry Jones (Judge Ralph), Ruta Lee (Lily Niles McHenry), France Nuyen (Unknown), Missy Gold (Unknown), Roz Kelly (Olivia), Leo Gordon (Jim Corbett the Bartender), Heather Hewitt (Wilma), Barbara Stock (Pru), B.J. Ralke (Samantha), Ken Medlock (Spaceship Commander), Ruben Moreno (the Jungle Chief), Jade McCall (Alien Commander), Yolanda Márquez (the Mother)

68 :04x06 - With Affection, Jack the Ripper/Gigolo

First aired: Nov/29/1980
Writer: Ron Friedman, Don Ingalls
Director: Mike Vejar
Guest star: Carolyn Jones (Jessie DeWinter), Barbara Horan (Lana), Ken Berry (Stanley Hocker), John Brandon (Bobby), Philece Sampler (Lola), Alex Cord (Robert West), Lynda Day George (Lorraine Peters), Victor Buono (Dr. Albert Z. Fell), Meredith MacRae (Dina DeWinter), Lyle Waggoner (Monty), Robert West (Unknown), Patricia Everly (Terry), Kathryn Fuller (Old Woman), Angela Slater (Gracie), Michael Hadlow (Barman), Rosemary Lord (Lelani), Catherine Campbell (Helga), Frank Birney (Head Waiter), Charissa Ann Ewing (Mavis)

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.

69 :04x07 - The Invisible Woman/The Snow Bird

First aired: Dec/06/1980
Director: Don Weis
Guest star: Dick Gautier (Denny Palumbo), Pamela Sue Martin (Velda Ferini), Don Ameche (Ferini), Douglas Barr (Ned Pringle), Elaine Joyce (Harriet Winkler), Sonny Bono (Monty Green), Neile Adams (Trish), George Maharis (Mario Ferini), Jon Crosby (Unknown), Betty Jean Samuelson (Roseanna), Debra Jo Fondren (Rose), Bob Boyd (Kenneth De Jong)

70 :04x08 - Crescendo/Three Feathers

First aired: Dec/20/1980
Writer: Worley Thorne, Larry Forrester
Director: Michael Preece
Guest star: Monte Markham (Edmond Dumont), Hugh O'Brian (Alan Colshaw), Toni Tennille (Susan Lohman), Diane Baker (Lena Jordan), Peter Lawford (Jesse), James Wainwright (Jake Lawrie), Skip Homeier (Mike Thurwood), James Hong (the Butler), Cliff Carnell (the Bartender)

71 :04x09 - My Late Lover/Sanctuary

First aired: Jan/03/1981
Writer: Ron Friedman, Leigh Vance
Director: Leslie H. Martinson
Guest star: Bobby Sherman (Thomas Henshaw), Eva Gabor (Anastasia Dexter), Gene Barry ('Dex' Dexter), Michael Cole (Falco), Morgan Brittany (Tessa Brody), John Ericson (Ellis Lathrop), Craig Stevens (Walter Blair), Sid Haig (Harlen), Russell Nype (Donald McKenzie), Georganne LaPiere (Sandra)

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.

72 :04x10 - High Off the Hog/Reprisal

First aired: Jan/10/1981
Director: Mike Vejar
Guest star: Stephen Shortridge (Hadley Boggs), Lewis Arquette (Slocumb), Holly Gagnier (Janet Martin), Dody Goodman (Mona Boggs), Shecky Greene (Roger Fox), Maureen McCormick (Trudy Brown), Janis Paige (Mabel Martin), Noah Beery, Jr. (Otis T. Boggs), Misty Rowe (Emily Boggs), Bob Seagren (Chad), Kathrine Baumann (Kathi Fox), Ed Ruffalo (Frank), Joan Benedict (Matron), Richard Gilliland (Bud Simmons)

73 :04x11 - Elizabeth's Baby/The Artist and the Lady

First aired: Jan/17/1981
Director: Mike Vejar
Guest star: Eve Plumb (Elizabeth Blake), Michelle Pfeiffer (Deborah Dare), John Myhers (Spencer), Peter Brown (Patrick O'Herlihy), Alison Arngrim (Liza Blake), Don Reid (Steven Blake), Don Most (Kermit Dobbs), Mike Henry (Mike), Don Hutton (Hud), Heather O'Rourke (Liza Blake), Jeff Pomerantz (Victor), Susan Cotton (Helen), Jerome Guardino (Eddie), Frank Arno (Stranger), Michael Shackleford (One of the twins), Kim Marie (Liza Blake), Jenny Sherman (Maybelle), David Shackleford (One of the twins), Nanci Roberts (Beauty)

74 :04x12 - The Heroine/The Warrior

First aired: Jan/24/1981
Writer: Paul Savage, Deborah Dean Davis
Director: George McCowan
Guest star: Mako (Kwong Soo Luke), Mary Ann Mobley (Florence Richmond), Shelley Fabares (Linda Graham), James MacArthur (Robert Graham), Cesare Danova (Brent Hampton), Don Galloway (Peter Styles), Robert Loggia (Porter C. Brockhill), Victoria Carroll (Nina), Kieu Chinh (Oriental Woman), Richard Lee Sung (Mongolian Warrior)

"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.

75 :04x13 - The Man from Yesterday/World's Most Desirable Woman

First aired: Jan/31/1981
Director: Robert C. Thompson
Guest star: Dennis Cole (Major Calvin Doyle), Martin Milner (William T. Keating/Jed Morrison), Barbi Benton (Marsha Garnett/Carla Baines), Elizabeth Baur (Mrs. Keating/Lucy Carson), Edie Adams (Liz Fuller), Teri Copley (Joanne), Stephanie Faulkner (Pauline), Rummel Mor (Petie), William Marquez (1st Fisherman), Camille Villechaize (Camille), M.G. Kelly (Mark Strutton), Mary Bower (Joyce), Blane Savage (Grady), Delores Cantú (Kathi), Melanie Vincz (Judy)

76 :04x14 - The Chateau/White Lightning

First aired: Feb/07/1981
Writer: Steve Fisher
Director: Leslie H. Martinson
Guest star: Wendy Schaal (Ruth Ann McAllister), Carolyn Jones (Clora McAllister), George Lindsey (Norris Scoggins), David Hedison (Karl Dixon/Claude Duncan), Pamela Franklin (Vicky Lee), Randolph Powell (R.J. Scoggins), Ed Begley, Jr. (Amos NcAllister), Richard Lineback (Otis McAllister), Ernie Lively (Bobby Joe Scoggins)

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.

77 :04x15 - Loving Strangers/Something Borrowed, Something Blue

First aired: Feb/14/1981
Director: Cliff Bole
Guest star: Shelley Smith (Pamela Archer), John Gavin (Jack Foster), Jane Powell (Margaret Chase Wilkerson), Peter Marshall (Tom Wilkerson), Cesar Romero (Maestro Roger Alexander), Marjoe Gortner (Nick Corbin), J. Pat O'Malley (Reverend), Catherine Campbell (Francine)

78 :04x16 - Chorus Girl/Surrogate Father

First aired: Feb/21/1981
Writer: Skip Webster, Ron Friedman
Director: Richard Benedict
Guest star: Nicole Eggert (Amy Watkins), John Saxon (Evan Watkins), Lisa Hartman (Sheila Richards), Rosemary Forsyth (Margo Glenn), Stuart Whitman (Franklin Adams), Jason Evers (Ben), Joe Bennett (Maxim Leonard), Charles Picerni (Donovan), Vince Howard (the Teller), Nita DiGiampaolo (Elena), Dave Johnson (Track Announcer), Elven Havard (Waiter)

"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.

79 :04x17 - Also Rans/Portrait of Solange

First aired: Feb/28/1981
Director: Leslie H. Martinson
Guest star: Elissa Leeds (Solange Latienne), Macdonald Carey (Alfred Gerrard), Arlene Dahl (Amelia Selby), Larry Linville (Jerome Pepper), David Groh (Mark Ellison), Joan Prather (Delia Latham), Don Porter (Emmett Latham), Dennis Kort (Ice Cream Vendor)

80 :04x18 - The Searcher/The Way We Weren't

First aired: Mar/07/1981
Director: Leslie H. Martinson
Guest star: Jerry Van Dyke (Fred Cooper), Laurette Spang (Karen Saunders-Holmes), Laraine Stephens (Dorothy 'Dottie' Cooper), James Darren (Brian Holmes), Jack Carter (Vic Fletcher), Paul Burke (Noah Jansen/John Saunders), Hermione Baddeley (Aunt Bella), Dawn Wells (Myra), Leo Gordon (Chief Guard), Jenny Neumann (Lisa)

"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.

81 :04x19 - The Proxy Billionaire/The Experiment

First aired: Mar/21/1981
Guest star: Robert Goulet (Frank Miller/Avery Williams), Phyllis Davis (Jennifer Leston), James Broderick (Dr. Lucas Bergmann), Troy Donahue (Wallis Jaeger), Britt Ekland (Berniece Williams), Woody Strode (Makalo), Laurie Walters (Lisa Bergmann), Delores Cantú (Waitress), Ashley Hester (Dancer)

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?

82 :04x20 - Delphine/The Unkillable

First aired: Apr/11/1981
Writer: Stephen Lord, Larry Forrester
Director: Cliff Bole
Guest star: Vic Tayback (Chet Nolan), Alex Cord (Kyle), Elinor Donahue (Madge Nolan), Ann Jillian (Delphine McNab), Annette Funicello (Elizabeth 'Liz' Drake), Don Galloway (Greg Randolph), Randolph Mantooth (Dr. Paul Todd), Doris Roberts (Madame Clooney), Carl Ballantine (The Great Zachariah)

"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.

83 :04x21 - Basin Street/The Devil's Triangle

First aired: May/02/1981
Director: George W. Brooks
Guest star: Cleavon Little (Charles Raines), Mabel King (Mama Parker), Raymond St. Jacques (Camptown Dodds), Berlinda Tolbert (Billie Joe), Christopher Connelly (Tom Spencer), Trish Stewart (Kerry Dawson), Joe Namath (Clay Garrett), Howard George (Lieutenant Lavalle), John Schull (Sgt. McAndrew), Kedren Jones (Ginger)

84 :04x22 - Hard Knocks/Lady Godiva

First aired: May/09/1981
Director: Don Weis
Guest star: Michael Alldredge (Tom), Ken Berry (Lord Leo Pomeroy), Michelle Phillips (Sheila Godfrey), Robert Sacchi (Humphrey Bogart), Gunilla Hutton (Lady Godiva), Martha Smith (Monica Hall), Patrick Wayne (John Apensdale), Philip Levien (Steve Pryor), Morgan Woodward (Hall), John Davis Chandler (Eddie Gunn), Janet Brandt (Mady), Marland Proctor (Cop), Julie Inouye (Masseuse), Nina Axelrod (Doreen Rich)

85 :04x23 - Man-Beast/Ole Island Oprey

First aired: May/16/1981
Writer: Valerie Allen, Stephen Lord
Director: George W. Brooks
Guest star: David Hedison (David Tabori), Carol Lynley (Elizabeth Tabori), Jimmy Dean (Charlie Rowlands), Anne Francis (Lottie McFadden), Wendy Schaal (Jennie Rowlands), Kevin Hagen (Sam), Keith Atkinson (Joe Henderson), Cal Bartlett (Shepherd)

86 :04x24 - Paquito's Birthday/Technical Advisor

First aired: May/23/1981
Director: Don Weis
Guest star: Randi Oakes (Nancy Harvester), A. Martinez (Manuel Lopez), Linda Cristal (Donna Delores), Jill St. John (Helen of Troy), Jim Stafford (Gene Jefferson), Victoria Racimo (Consuelo Lopez), Anthony Trujillo (Paquito 'Paco' Lopez), Jerry Velasco (Jose), Susan Saldivar (Elena), Blane Savage (Brad)

87 :05x01 - Show Me a Hero/Slam Dunk

First aired: Oct/10/1981
Writer: Don Ingalls, Ron Friedman
Director: Philip Leacock
Guest star: David Hedison (Captain John Day), Martin Milner (Ted Kingman), Sonny Bono (Matt Kane), Forrest Tucker (Red Donovan), Jenilee Harrison (Ginger Donovan), Peter Isacksen (Skyhook), Connie Stevens (Helen Ross), Cassandra Gava (Mara), Clare Nono (Native Girl), Ronnie Rondell, Jr. (Sailor)

In "Show Me a Hero" a woman (Connie Stevens) arranges to meet the lover (David Hedison) from long ago whose memory still affects her life after a mysterious separation and in "Slamdunk" a sportswriter (Sonny Bono) of short stature fights for a place on a professional basketball team to gain a lady's (Jenilee Harrison) admiration. Professional basketball players Brad Holland and Roy Hamilton go one-on-one with Bono, Harrison and Peter Isacksen.

88 :05x02 - The Devil and Mr. Roarke/Ziegfeld Girls/Kid Corey Rides Again

First aired: Oct/17/1981
Writer: Ruel Fischmann, Arthur Rowe, Don Ingalls
Director: Don Chaffey
Guest star: Cameron Mitchell (Sheriff Matt), Arte Johnson (Ned Plummer), Roddy McDowall (Mephistopheles), Jack Elam (Kid Corey), Randolph Mantooth (Dr. Paul Todd), Barbi Benton (Unknown), Audrey Landers (Unknown), Anne Jeffreys (Cissy Darumple), Dack Rambo (Unknown), Mary Lynne Gehr (Mylia), Richard Lineback (Chester), Hoke Howell (Red), Wayne Grace (Big Red), Charles W. Young (Sanders), James Steward (Donald), Betty Kennedy (Unknown)

Mephistopheles tries to enslave Mr. Roarke, two women in their seventies relive their days as Ziegfeld girls, and a and a salesman teams up with a bank robber.

89 :05x03 - Cyrano/The Magician

First aired: Oct/24/1981
Writer: Larry Forrester, Leigh Vance
Director: Don Chaffey
Guest star: Judy Landers (Suva), John Saxon (Cyrano de Bergerac/Monsieur Berandt Sabatier), Lloyd Bochner (Marquis Phillipe de Sade), Carol Lynley (Marjorie Denton), Simon MacCorkindale (Gaston du Brielle), Bart Braverman (Timothy Potter), Carmine Caridi (Pierre), Shani Wallis (Monique), Joe Baker (Innkeeper), Robert Miano (Cavalier), Michael Carven (Jacques), Arnie Moore (Loban), Tojo Fairman (Policeman)

A modern young woman experiences the chivalry and dangers of 17th. century France when she meets famed poet Cyrano de Bergerac and the evil Marquis de Sade; and an amateur magician suddenly possesses the secrets of the most brilliant sorcerers.

90 :05x04 - The Last Cowboy/The Lady and the Monster

First aired: Oct/31/1981
Writer: Tom Rowe, Chester Krumholz, Larry Forrester
Director: Don Chaffey
Guest star: Stuart Whitman (Joel Campbell), Lynda Day George (Dr. Carla Von Frankenstein), Diane Baker (Margaret Blair), William Smith (Frankenstein), Jimmy Baio (Jimmy Blair), Alex Kubik (Crusher), Robert Tessier (Flynt), Richard Bakalyan (James), Ken Swofford (Fix)

"The Last Cowboy" A gray-haired Urban Cowboy discovers that the Old West was not quite the romantic adventure he perceived it to be. "The Lady and the Monster" A female scientist encounters that the fictional Dr. Frankenstein really lived and comes face to face with his hulk in the process.

91 :05x05 - Mr. Nobody/La Liberatora

First aired: Nov/07/1981
Writer: Skip Webster, Larry Forrester
Director: Cliff Bole
Guest star: Vernee Watson-Johnson (Carrie Wilson), Alex Cord (Captain Juan Arguello / El Lobo), Keenan Wynn (Wille), Sherman Hemsley (Charlie Atkins), Charo (Dolores DeMosa), Herb Edelman (Coach Davis), Cesare Danova (Governor Duego), Alberto Morin (Mayor), Bill Dana (Father Vincent), Don Stansauk (Sampson Smith), Ruben Moreno (Sergeant), Yolanda Márquez (Sister Luisa)

"Mr. Nobody (aka The World's Strongest Man)" A man comes to the island looking for inner strength, but Julie grants his physical strength instead; "La Liberatora" a flamboyant classical guitarist wants to go back to the days of Spanish California in order to retrace her roots as a musician.

92 :05x06 - Druids/A Night in the Harem

First aired: Nov/14/1981
Writer: Ron Friedman, Don Ingalls
Director: Don Weis
Guest star: Jack Riley (Marcus), Dennis Cole (Paul), Pat Klous (Lisa), Paul Williams (Herbert Snyder), Jayne Meadows (Contessa), Elke Sommer (Etaine the High Priestess), Joan Prather (Laurel Fandell), Dennis Cooper (Pan), Jean-Celeste Ahern (Cybele), Camille Villechaize (Wanda), Tony Longo (Rex), Tanya L. George (Vera), Dennis Doderer (Druid Guard), Cliff Carnell (Alvar), Nicollette Sheridan (Harem Girl)

A young man finds himself in deep trouble after wishing to spend a night in a harem; a young woman finds herself in a perilous situation when she ends up becoming an ancient queen after she wishes to always be the center of attention. A young woman who wants the center of attention is shocked to learn she is to be a human sacrifice; a young engineer craving a night in a harem finds his experience better than his wildest dreams; a visitor to medieval Paris is disappointed in the Hunchback of Notre Dame.

93 :05x07 - The Perfect Husband/Volcano

First aired: Nov/21/1981
Writer: Leigh Vance, Chester Krumholz
Director: Philip Leacock
Guest star: Norman Alden (Joseph E. Butler), Susan Sullivan (Dorothy Nicholson), Constance Towers (Maggie Dunphy), Rossano Brazzi (Anton Jaeger), George Maharis (Dr. Hal Workman), Lyle Waggoner (Gilbert), Misty Rowe (Terri), Richard Romanus (Robert Luria), Henry Polic, II (Boris), Charles Picerni (Pianist), John Davis Chandler (Barker)

Susan Sullivan and Lyle Waggoner guest star in "Perfect Husband," a segment of the ABC Television Network's Fantasy Island," in which Ms. Sullivan travels to the island paradise in search of a new husband, but what she discovers seems too good to be true. A wealthy widow, played by Susan Sullivan, can't believe the new man in her life, Lyle Waggoner, is as perfect as he seems. In "Volcano" George Maharis plays a scientist who puts his life on the line to prove his new theory about volcanoes.

94 :05x08 - Lillian Russell/The Lagoon

First aired: Nov/28/1981
Writer: Arthur Rowe, Larry Forrester
Director: Don Weis
Guest star: Claude Akins (Calvin Pearson), Glenn Corbett (Buzz Nolan), Gene Barry ('Diamond' Jim Brady), Broderick Crawford (Jake Dutton), Phyllis Davis (Lillian Martin/Lillian Russell), Craig Stevens (Peter Whiting), Pamela Susan Shoop (Mira), Mickey Cherney (Paul Delmonico), Steve Sandor (Palmer), Lee Paul (Dupre)

An author wants to finish her biography on singer Lillian Russell, and is sent back in time to get more answers, but she finds herself actually becoming the singer herself; a man wishes for nothing more than pure solitude. A real-estate salesperson is transformed into a glamorous 1890s belle, and a taciturn man attempts to recapture the peaceful times of his boyhood.

95 :05x09 - Romance Times Three/Night of the Tormented Soul

First aired: Dec/05/1981
Writer: Bonnie Ann Krumholz, Madeline DiMaggio, L.T. Bentwood
Director: Don Weis
Guest star: Stephen Shortridge (Jason Martinique), Elinor Donahue (Miss Barrens), Richard Anderson (Richard Martinique), Frank Bonner (Jack Simon), Georgia Engel (Sally Harris), Frank Converse (Tony Edwards), David Groh (Ben Daniels), Dianne Kay (Beth Martinique), Steven Stevens Jr. (Young Jason), Lacie Ann Shows (Young Beth), Stephanie Faulkner (Bartender), Melanie Vincz (Tia), Dawn Agrella (Angela)

An answering-service operator meets the man of her dreams or rather the three men, and a brother and sister return to the house in which their father died and unravel the mysteries of his death.

96 :05x10 - A Very Strange Affair/The Sailor

First aired: Jan/02/1982
Writer: Don Ingalls, Arthur Rowe
Director: Cliff Bole
Guest star: Florence Henderson (Laura Myles), Shelley Smith (Miss Harbinger), Peter Graves (Captain Erik Von Voorten), Hans Conried (J.D. Stoneman), Arlene Golonka (Elaine Price), Brett Halsey (Bill Baines), Dick Smothers (Ron Price), Peter Brocco (Servant), Rodney Saulsberry (Musician)

A young couple try to get money out of a stingy millionaire in "A Very Strange Affair". In "The Sailor", Florence Henderson portrays a wealthy but lonely woman who meets the legendary Flying Dutchman (Peter Graves). As the story goes the Dutchman was doomed to sail the seas forever unless he could win the love of a woman. It's not that easy though, the woman must be willing to die for him.

97 :05x11 - House of Dolls/Wuthering Heights

First aired: Jan/09/1982
Writer: Herman Groves, Charlene Keel
Director: Philip Leacock
Guest star: Wilfrid Hyde-White (Lord William), Larry Storch (Harry Hawkins), Richard Anderson (Edgar Linton), Robert Ackerman ( Balliff), Hugh O'Brian (Heathcliffe), Bob Denver (Francis Elkins), Barbi Benton (Courtney/Miss Winslow), Britt Ekland (Clarissa Bevis/Cathy), Joey Forman (George), Deborah Shelton (Sally), Robert Beecher (Servant), Frank Birney (Mr. Whitehead), Cathryn Hartt (Sybil), Karlene Crockett (Mindy), Martin Eric (Joseph)

98 :05x12 - The Magic Camera/Mata Hari

First aired: Jan/16/1982
Writer: Don Ingalls, Larry Forrester, Chester Krumholz
Director: Don Chaffey, Don Weis
Guest star: Monte Markham (Walter Lukas), George Chakiris (Captain Claude Dumont), Ralph Bellamy (Unknown), Christopher George (Unknown), Michelle Phillips (Valerie), Phyllis Davis (Martha Harris), Bob Denver (Don Winters), Charles Dierkop (Vinnie Avalon), Susan Richardson (Ellen), John Myhers (Unknown), Stephanie Faulkner (Bartender), William Bogert (Salesman), Tim O'Keefe (Policeman), Ed E. Carroll (Sgt. Moliere), Alfred Dennis (M'Sleu Andre), Helen Boll (Matron)

99 :05x13 - King Arthur in Mr. Roarke's Court/Shadow Games

First aired: Jan/23/1982
Writer: Herman Groves
Director: Philip Leacock
Guest star: Linda Blair (Sara Jean Rawlins), Don Most (Todd Porter/Billy Williams), Carol Lynley (Gwen/Queen Guinevere), Robert Mandan (King Arthur), Peter Mark Richman (Sam Treacher), Tom Smothers (Ralph Rodgers), Luke Andreas (Bull), Geno Silva (Claude), Pamela Galloway (Sheila)

100 :05x14 - Daddy's Little Girl/The Whistle

First aired: Jan/30/1982
Writer: Don Ingalls
Director: Don Chaffey, Don Weis
Guest star: Genie Francis (Crista Ackland), Edward Winter (Adrian Brilles), Carolyn Jones (Ellie Ackland), William Windom (Bill Ackland), John Ericson (Gene Groder), John Carradine (Lucian), Alan Hale, Jr. (Al Bond), Gene Nelson (Bert Wilson), Hal Smith (Mr. Quarry), Ann Turkel (Leila Proctor), James Daughton (George Stickney), Alvy Moore (Mr. Stone), Peg Shirley (Alice), Kathryn Fuller (Mrs. Abbott), Paul Vaughn (Minister)

A woman is desperate to find out who her father is, as she wants him to give her away at her upcoming wedding; a scientist is determined to make an incredible discovery, but his wish brings him a weekend of absolute terror.

101 :05x15 - The Case Against Mr. Roarke/Save Sherlock Holmes

First aired: Feb/06/1982
Director: Don Weis
Guest star: Ian Abercrombie (Inspector Lestrade), Nicole Eggert (Nancy Warner), Marie Wallace (Mrs. Vinton), Peter Lawford (Sherlock Holmes), Ron Ely (Kevin Lansing), Rita Jenrette (Nurse Heavenly), Mel Ferrer (Moriarity/Lord Collingwood), Stuart Damon (Dr. Randolph), Donald O'Connor (Dr. Watson), Laraine Stephens (Fran Warner), J. Pat O'Malley (Barkeep), Joe Alfasa (Chef Henri), George Reynolds (Gore), Camilla Ashland (Mrs. Hudson)

102 :05x16 - The Challenge/A Genie Named Joe

First aired: Feb/13/1982
Director: Cliff Bole
Guest star: Dick Sargent (Justin Rothwell), Kim Darby (Rebecca Walters), Vic Morrow (Douglas Picard), Jane Powell (Eunice Picard), Larry Linville ('Joe' Jonofoceles Armeniums Aristofeles), Royal Dano (Pulpit Preacher), Russ McCubbin (Caveman)

103 :05x17 - Funny Man/Tattoo, The Matchmaker

First aired: Feb/20/1982
Director: George W. Brooks
Guest star: Jimmy Dean (Unknown), Russ Francis (Unknown), Vicki Lawrence (Unknown), Jeanette Nolan (Unknown), Misty Rowe (Claudia Mills), Skip Stephenson (Unknown), Linda Thompson (Unknown), Laurie Walters (Harriet Wilson), Morgan Woodward (Unknown)

104 :05x18 - Sitting Duck/Sweet Suzi Swann

First aired: Mar/06/1982
Writer: Lawrence H. Levy, Robert Spears
Director: Don Weis
Guest star: Chuck Connors (Frank Barton), James Darren (Claude), George Maharis (Jack), Helen Reddy (Sweet Suzi Swann), Camilla Sparv (Irena), Carol Lineback (Vera Thompson), Danielle Aubry (Buyer), Joan Benedict (Announcer), Toni Handcock (Cave Woman)

105 :05x19 - Face of Love/Image of Celeste

First aired: Mar/20/1982
Director: Don Chaffey
Guest star: Christopher Stone (Andre), Dane Clark (Unknown), Robert Goulet (Gauguin), Erin Gray (Laura Jensen), Larry Manetti (Unknown), Monte Markham (Unknown), Joanna Pettet (Unknown), Nick Savalas (Unknown), Natividad Vacio (Unknown)

A young woman with a criminal past wishes for a chance to turn her life around; a woman sees a painting in which the subject looks a lot like her, so she wishes to find the identity of the painting's subject and the story behind the painting.

106 :05x20 - Forget-Me-Not/The Quiz Masters

First aired: Apr/10/1982
Director: Cliff Bole
Guest star: Dick Gautier (Michael), Jan Murray (Ron), Michael Byers (Unknown), David Byrd (Unknown), Catherine Campbell (Unknown), Vikki Carr (Unknown), Brett Halsey (Unknown), Michael Kelley (Unknown), Jim McKrell (Unknown), Gene Rayburn (Bob), Jill St. John (Helen Leyton / Jane Dow)

107 :05x21 - The Big Bet/Nancy and the Thunderbirds

First aired: May/01/1982
Director: Cliff Bole
Guest star: Robert Broyles (Unknown), Edd Byrnes (Unknown), Paul Cavonis (Unknown), Iron Eyes Cody (Unknown), Lydia Cornell (Unknown), Gary Devaney (Unknown), John James (Unknown), Howard Keel (Unknown), Mary Ann Mobley (Nancy Carsons), Tim Rossovich (Unknown), Patrick Wayne (Unknown)

An oil-rig worker, who hasn't seen a woman in a year, wants to meet a beautiful centerfold model (Lydia Cornell) just to win a bet. A female airline pilot (Mary Ann Mobley) wants to fulfill her Indian tribe's prophecy and tame the legendary thunderbird in an Air
Force fighter jet.

108 :05x22 - The Ghost's Story/The Spoilers

First aired: May/08/1982
Writer: Arthur Rowe
Director: Don Chaffey
Guest star: Bo Hopkins (Harry), John McCook (Captain Fitzhugh Ross / Mr. Ross), John Myhers (Timothy's father), Jo Ann Pflug (Unknown), Dack Rambo (Captain Timothy Black), Tanya Roberts (Miss Amanda Parsons), Luke Askew (Jack Slater), Keith Walker (Second), John Davis Chandler (Eddie Gunn), Bernard Behrens (Professor James Ballentine), Matthew Faison (Carl Daniels)

Amanda wants to be an expert in the occult, and she'll win $100,000 if she can stay two hours in the home of Captain Timothy Black's ghost.

109 :06x01 - The Curse of the Moreaus/My Man Friday

First aired: Oct/16/1982
Writer: William Kelley, Dinah Kirgo, Julie Kirgo
Director: Bob Sweeney
Guest star: Avery Schreiber (Ed Turner), Danielle Aubry (Stylist), Barbara Rush (Kathy Moreau), Stuart Whitman (Jesse Moreau), Raymond St. Jacques (Dupres), Aarika Wells (Roxanne), Ivan J. Rado (Jacques-Pierre), Diana Chesney (Madame Moreau), Harvey Lewis (Ernest Beard), Pamela Hensley (Linda Whitney), Leann Hunley (Secretary), Vito Scotti (Vito Sartine), James Houghton (Jack Friday), Gloria DeHaven (Sophie)

110 :06x02 - Dancing Lady/The Final Round

First aired: Oct/23/1982
Director: Cliff Bole
Guest star: Al Molinaro (Max Grant), Gene LeBell (Referee), Glenn Wilder (Leo McCloskey), David Cadiente (Eddie Frost), Francine Kessler (Helen Darby), William R. Moses (Tommy Rudolph), Rue McClanahan (Gertie), Ray Bolger (Gaylord Nelson), Ken Berry (Ray Ducoeur), Lynda Goodfriend (Christy Lee)

111 :06x03 - The Perfect Gentleman/Legend

First aired: Oct/30/1982
Director: Philip Leacock
Guest star: Leslie Easterbrook (Unknown), Andy Griffith (Unknown), Claudia Lonow (Unknown), Kari Michaelson (Unknown), Michelle Phillips (Unknown), Madlyn Rhue (Unknown), Paul Williams (Unknown)

112 :06x04 - The Angel's Triangle/Natchez Bound

First aired: Nov/06/1982
Director: Bob Sweeney
Guest star: Doug McClure (Brent Harris), Stephen Shortridge (Mark Twain), Peter Breck (Colonel), Jason Wingreen (Doctor), Roddy McDowall (Christopher Lantree), Carol Lynley (Catherine Harris), Gary Collins (Michael Eden), Alex Donnelley (Nurse), Jenilee Harrison (Jenny Ryan), Adam Rich (Huck Finn), David S. Cass, Sr. (Luke), Sam Scarber (Jim)

113 :06x05 - Everybody Goes to Gilley's/Face of Fire

First aired: Nov/20/1982
Director: Jerome Courtland
Guest star: Dennis Cole (Unknown), Phyllis Davis (Lydia Bryant), Mickey Gilley (Himself), David Hedison (Phillip Camden), Johnny Lee (Unknown), Rod McCary (Unknown), Lynn Redgrave (Unknown), Linda Thompson (Unknown)

114 :06x06 - The Beautiful Skeptic/The Lost Platoon

First aired: Nov/27/1982
Director: Ricardo Montalban
Guest star: Herb Edelman (Frank Thomas), Peter Trencher (Frosty), Jimmie Walker (Jay Michaels), Tony Longo (Truck), Maria Conchita Alonso (Girl), Tony Travis (Cimino), Tom Bailey (Henderson), Robert Sterling (Walter Rawlin), Steve Kanaly (Ken Oberstadt), Don Stroud (Sergeant Peter Galloway), Connie Stevens (Christine Connelly), Ruta Lee (Connie), Gary Frank (Jack Oberstadt)

115 :06x07 - Roller Derby Dolls/Thanks a Million

First aired: Dec/04/1982
Director: Don Weis
Guest star: Vic Tayback (Norman), John Hall (Director), Chuck Hicks (Hotel Maitre D'), Bumper Robinson (Mike), Roz Kelly (Denise), Art Metrano (Eddie Kimball), Janet Leigh (Suzanne King), John Myhers (Charlton Gould), James Noble (Bradford), Kim Lankford (Sandy), Camilla Ashland (Woman)

116 :06x08 - The Kleptomaniac/Thank God, I'm a Country Girl

First aired: Dec/11/1982
Director: Don Weis
Guest star: Hal Smith (Otis McAllister), Nita Talbot (Doris Lee), Sherman Hemsley (Fred Simpson), Anne Jeffreys (Nancy Ogden), Heather Locklear (Lorraine Ogden), Loretta Lynn (Loretta Wentworth), Ted McGinley (Errol Brookfield III), Russell Nype (Joe Ogden), Roxie Roker (Emily Carlisle), Luke Askew (Turk), Judith Baldwin (Shirley), Steve Hanks (Buford Joe Scoggins)

117 :06x09 - Naughty Marietta/The Winning Ticket

First aired: Jan/08/1983
Director: Don Weis
Guest star: Dorothy Hamill (Alison Solomon / Naughty Marietta), Lorenzo Lamas (Richard Warrington), Eddie Mekka (Charles), Gwen Welles (Mitzi), Jayne Meadows (Beatrice Solomon), James Doohan (Governor Gaspar d'Annard), Mike Mazurki (Le Rat des Marecages), David Doyle (Herbert Solomon), Charles Picerni (Constable)

118 :06x10 - Operation Breakout/Candy Kiss

First aired: Jan/15/1983
Director: George W. Brooks
Guest star: Jill Whelan (Crystal Danning), Morgan Brittany (Gina), Richard Jaeckel (Kodiak), Ben Murphy (Danny Clements), Barbara Luna (Unknown), John Beck (Unknown), Ann Turkel (Rowena Haversham)

119 :06x11 - The Songwriter/Queen of the Soaps

First aired: Jan/22/1983
Director: Philip Leacock
Guest star: Donna Pescow (Carol Bowen), Susan Lucci (Gina Edwards), David Cassidy (Unknown), Rosemary Forsyth (Lillie Burton), Quinn Redeker (Unknown), Chris Robinson (Unknown), John Wesley Shipp (Unknown), Anson Williams (Unknown)

120 :06x12 - The Tallowed Image/Room and Bard

First aired: Jan/29/1983
Director: Carl Kugel
Guest star: Robert Reed (Shakespeare), Lloyd Bochner (Earl of Norfolk), Cesar Romero (Mr. Kragen), Laraine Stephens (Angela Markham), Audrey Landers (Pamela Gentry), Ray Buktenica (Andy Durant)

A track coach (Raymond Buktenica) tries to save a Gay Nineties beauty (Audrey Landers) from a crazed sculptor, and a movie star (Laraine Stephens) meets William Shakespeare (Robert Reed).

121 :06x13 - Midnight Waltz/Let Them Eat Cake

First aired: Feb/12/1983
Director: Ricardo Montalban
Guest star: Lew Ayres (John Cook), Jane Wyatt (Martha Wilson), Adrienne Barbeau (Adele Anthony), James Coco (King Louie), Cathryn Damon (Baroness La Rue), Rosemary DeCamp (Carol Cook), Patrick Wayne (Francois), Neil Hunt (The King's Guard), Alana King (The Handmaiden)

122 :06x14 - Revenge of the Forgotten/Charo

First aired: Feb/19/1983
Director: Philip Leacock
Guest star: Christine Belford (Marian Robertson), Marjoe Gortner (Alan Daily), Van Johnson (Character Unknown), Charo (Maria Marguerita Diaz), Steve Kanaly (Unknown), Nancy Kulp (Unknown), Sean McClory (Unknown), Carmen Zapata (Unknown)

123 :06x15 - Return to the Cotton Club/No Friends Like Old Friends

First aired: Feb/26/1983
Director: Don Weis
Guest star: Lou Rawls (Charles 'Diggs' Whelan), Markie Post (Doreen 'Dorrie' Murphy), Regis Philbin (Cotton Club Radio Announcer), Cybill Shepherd (Liz), J.D. Cannon (Dutch Schultz), Lyle Waggoner (Al), Berlinda Tolbert (Linda Bell), Yaphet Kotto (Big Gus Bailey), Johnny Brown (Fingers), Marcy Lafferty (Sheila), Marcia Wolf (Brooke), Ronnie Rondell, Jr. (the Bootlegger)

124 :06x16 - Eternal Flame/A Date With Burt

First aired: Mar/05/1983
Director: Don Weis
Guest star: Tori Spelling (Christy), Alex Cord (Ra-Mas), Ron Ely (Burt), David Landsberg (John Pike), Stella Stevens (Maatira), Sandra Dee (Margaret Winslow), Randi Oakes (Diana Weston), Nicholas Worth (Val), Linwood Boomer (Alex)

125 :06x17 - King of Burlesque/Death Games

First aired: Mar/12/1983
Director: Cliff Bole
Guest star: Red Buttons (**Unknown**), Rich Little (Tom Vale), Julie Newmar (Doralee), Joanna Pettet (Vanessa Walgren), Morey Amsterdam (Unknown), Barbara Stock (Abby Poutreau), Michael Billington (Unknown)

126 :06x18 - The Devil Stick/Touch and Go

First aired: Mar/19/1983
Director: George McCowan
Guest star: Delta Burke (Gloria Ransom), Crystal Bernard (Hallie Miller), Georgia Engel (Susan Henderson), Ray Walston (Unknown), Bernie Kopell (Carter Ransom), Dean Butler (Carl Peters), Janis Paige (Unknown)

127 :06x19 - Edward/The Extraordinary Miss Jones

First aired: Apr/09/1983
Writer: Don Ingalls
Director: Don Ingalls
Guest star: Sammy Davis, Jr. (Edward Ross Sr.), LeVar Burton (Edward Ross Jr.), Janet MacLachlan (Dina), Barry Nelson (Unknown), Esther Rolle (Mama), Michael Lembeck (Unknown), Joan Prather (Melanie Jones), Nigel Bullard (Photographer), Renee Gentry (Kathleen), Rick Flores (Bartender)

Edward Ross, a successful magazine publisher, arrrives to the island seeking to make amends to his ex-wife and son.

128 :06x20 - What's the Matter with Kids?/Island of Horrors

First aired: Apr/16/1983
Writer: Michael Michaelian, Michael Sevareid
Director: Don Weis
Guest star: Steve Allen (Stuart Warren), Gayle Hunnicutt (Erica Nelson), Christopher Connelly (Dr. Yates), Jayne Meadows (Rose Warren), Justin Henry (Andy), Jared Martin (Dr. Christopher), Randolph Mantooth (Unknown), Cassandra Peterson (Esther), Danielle Aubry (Woman in Tweed), Sebastian Dungan (Patrick)

"Island of Horrors" Erica Nelson's fantasy is locating her missing fiance, Dr. Yates, who went to Mexixo on an expedition and disappeared without a trace.

129 :06x21 - Love Island/The Sisters

First aired: May/07/1983
Director: Philip Leacock
Guest star: Richard Moll (Omo), Maureen McCormick (Stephanie Wilson), Bob Denver (Tim Kearns), Britt Ekland (Linda), Mike Mazurki (Ug), Peter Mark Richman (Richard Winston), Paul Kreppel (Don Mitchell), Jan Triska (Emil Remick), Apollonia Kotero (Iya), Faith Minton (Mo), Jean Sarah Frost (Glop), Arnie Moore (Serac), Leonard D'John (Ashaad)

130 :06x22 - Remember. . .When?

First aired: May/14/1983
Director: Philip Leacock
Guest star: Lynda Day George (Lorraine), Ray Bolger (Nelson), Richard Anderson (Doctor), Yvonne Craig (Cindy)

131 :07x01 - Forbidden Love/The Other Man - Mr. Roarke

First aired: Oct/08/1983
Director: Don Weis
Guest star: Stephanie Faracy (unknown), Juliet Prowse (unknown), Jamie Rose (unknown)

Mr. Roarke becomes the object of an engaged woman's (Stephanie Faracy) affections, while a widow (Juliet Prowse) and her daughter (Jamie Rose) fall for the same man.

132 :07x02 - The Big Switch/Hooker's Holiday

First aired: Oct/15/1983
Director: Bob Sweeney
Guest star: Melinda Culea (Shelley James), Katherine Helmond (Housewife)

A housewife (Katherine Helmond) attempts to demonstrate the difficulty of her duties to her husband, and a prostitute (Melinda Culea) seeks a genuine relationship.

133 :07x03 - Nurses Night Out

First aired: Oct/22/1983
Director: Philip Leacock
Guest star: Monte Markham (Dr. Mark Reed), Pat Klous (Tracy Freemont), Peter Graves (Unknown), Joanna Cassidy (unknown), Eleanor Parker (unknown)

To reward a trio of nurses (Joanna Cassidy, Pat Klous, Eleanor Parker) who cared for him during a hospital stay, a businessman (Peter Graves) gives them each a dream vacation fantasy.

134 :07x04 - God Child/Curtain Call

First aired: Oct/29/1983
Director: Ted Lange
Guest star: Howard Morris (Walter Dunlap), Tori Spelling (Laurie Shannon), Patrick Pinney (Heckler), George Kennedy (Adam Cobb), Milton Berle (Mickey Masterson), Imogene Coca (Martha Holly)

A youngster (Victoria Spelling) asks an elderly grouch (George Kennedy) about her parents' death, and a showbiz legend (Milton Berle) seeks a reunion with his old partners (Imogene Coca, Howard Morris).

135 :07x05 - Roarke's Sacrifice/The Butler's Affair

First aired: Nov/12/1983
Director: Cliff Bole
Guest star: Ian Abercrombie (McShane), Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. (Mr. Baldwin), Lee Meriwether (Lesley Darnell), Cyd Charisse (Unknown)

A retired dancer (Cyd Charisse) wants to perform again, and a wealthy widow (Lee Meriwether) in love with her butler (Efrem Zlmbalist, Jr.) hopes to learn that he also cares for her.

136 :07x06 - Three's a Crowd/Second Time Around

First aired: Nov/19/1983
Director: Philip Leacock
Guest star: Geoffrey Scott (unknown), Cristina Ferrare (unknown), Dorothy McGuire (unknown), Stuart Damon (unknown)

A man (Stuart Damon) interferes with his widowed mother's (Dorothy McGuire) new romance, and a woman (Cristina Ferrare) tries to win back her husband (Geoffrey Scott) from his mistress.

137 :07x07 - The Wedding Picture/Castaways

First aired: Nov/26/1983
Director: Bob Sweeney
Guest star: Shannon Tweed (Selena Morgan), Richard Gilliland (unknown), Gordon Thomson (unknown), Jeannie Wilson (unknown)

The wife (Jeannie Wilson) of a doctor (Gordon Thomson) relives her wedding day by leaving him for someone else, and a man (Richard Gilliland) finds himself isolated with two lovely women.

138 :07x08 - Random Choices/My Mother, the Swinger

First aired: Dec/03/1983
Director: Bob Sweeney
Guest star: Katherine Moffat (Angie Gordon), Florence Henderson (Ellen Ashley), James Read (Eddie Random), José Ferrer (Unknown)

A terminally ill billionaire (Jose Ferrer) seeks someone to dispense his fortune, and a divorced mother (Florence
Henderson) wants a carefree life.

139 :07x09 - The Fantasy Island Girl/Saturday's Child

First aired: Dec/10/1983
Director: Leslie H. Martinson
Guest star: Stella Stevens (unknown), Paul Burke (unknown)

A beauty contest promoter (Paul Burke) plans to make his daughter the winner, and a movie star (Stella Stevens) wants back the children she gave up for adoption years earlier.

140 :07x10 - Goin' Home/Ambitious Lady

First aired: Jan/07/1984
Director: Don Ingalls

141 :07x11 - Games People Play/The Sweet Life

First aired: Jan/14/1984
Director: Cliff Bole, Don Weis
Guest star: John McCook (Steven Curry)

142 :07x12 - The High Cost of Living/To Fly with Eagles

First aired: Jan/21/1984
Director: Jerome Courtland

143 :07x13 - Ladies Choice/Skin Deep

First aired: Jan/28/1984
Director: Don Weis

144 :07x14 - Lady of the House/Mrs. Brandell's Favorites

First aired: Feb/25/1984
Director: Bob Sweeney
Guest star: Shelley Smith (LeAnne), Dick Gautier (Gordon Mills)

145 :07x15 - Dark Secret/The Outrageous Mr. Smith

First aired: Mar/03/1984
Director: Don Weis

146 :07x16 - Baby on Demand/The Last Dogfight

First aired: Mar/10/1984
Director: Jerome Courtland
Guest star: Leah Ayres (Lauren Spenser), Leigh J. McCloskey (Paul Spenser), Tanya Tucker (Joanna Jones), Grant Goodeve (Hunter Richter), Dean Butler (Harley Batten)

147 :07x17 - Awakening of Love/The Impostor

First aired: Mar/17/1984
Director: Bob Sweeney
Guest star: Casey Kasem (Agent), John Callahan (Pete), Renee Lippin (Carla), Robin Mattson (Wendy Collins), John Davidson (Arthur Crane), Rod McCary (Jeff Baker), Cassie Yates (Joanne Fields), Jean Kasem (Actress), Danielle Aubry (Diner), Eduardo Ricard (Maitre' d), Denise Gordy (Nurse #1), Carey More (Nurse#2), Daureen Collodel (Waitress), Andrea Lloyd (Injured Girl), Barbara Bassill (Model #1), Jennifer McKay (Model #2)

148 :07x18 - The Mermaid and the Matchmaker/The Obsolete Man

First aired: Mar/24/1984
Director: Philip Leacock
Guest star: Richard Anderson (guest star), Gloria Loring (Charlene), Michelle Phillips (Naya), Bert Convy (Mitchell Robinson), Dennis Cole (Duke McGaw), Shanna Reed (Laura Martin)

149 :07x19 - Lost and Found/Dick Turpin's Last Ride

First aired: Apr/07/1984
Director: Bob Sweeney
Guest star: Dianne Kay (Unknown), Adam West (Jack Palmer), Tom Jones (Unknown), Carol Lynley (Sheila McKenna), John Rubinstein (Unknown)

150 :07x20 - Don Juan's Last Affair/The Final Adieu

First aired: Apr/14/1984
Writer: David Chambers
Director: Philip Leacock
Guest star: David Hedison (Daniel Garman), Alejandro Rey (Don Juan), Phyllis Davis (Patricia Grayson), Geena Davis (Whitney Clark), Marion Ross (Unknown), Michael Spound (Alan), Laura Ashton (Carmelita), Kimberlin Brown (Model), Aarika Wells (Sylvia), Donegan Smith (Miles)

151 :07x21 - Bojangles and the Dancer/Deuces Are Wild

First aired: May/12/1984
Director: Bob Sweeney
Guest star: Audrey Landers (Unknown), Stuart Whitman (Unknown), Glynn Turman (Joe Wilson), Sammy Davis, Jr. (Mr. Bojangles), John Ericson (Unknown), Judy Landers (Unknown), Walter Gotell (Unknown), Telma Hopkins (Doris Wilson)

152 :07x22 - Surrogate Mother/The Ideal Woman

First aired: May/19/1984
Writer: Janice Cooke-Leonard
Director: Don Weis
Guest star: John Saxon (Michael Anderson), Juliet Mills (Angela Anderson), Charo (Yolanda Morales), Don Galloway (Walter Fielding), Shea Farrell (Ben Saunders), Mary Kate McGeehan (Sally Marshall), David Sheiner (Pierre LeBrun), Barry Sattels (Cal Jordan), Tori Lysdahl (Rosalind), Brynja Willis (Ava), Beverly Brown (Nurse)