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With no episode today, enjoy this blast from the past!; March 7, 2000: The "deserted isle" talent show
Topic Started: May 27 2013, 02:45 AM (793 Views)
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Doing research on March 2000, and I found this fun episode with the gang singing "Always"...and a lot more tunes! Enjoy!


March 7, 2000: Tom & Alice's 70th Wedding Anniversary

Millie Martin (Lili) leads off the "talent show" on the deserted isle with "I'm Still Here."

Jason Cook (Shawn) sings "That's the Way It Is."

Farah Fath (Mimi) and Kirsten Storms (Belle) sing and dance to a special version of the "Gilligan's Island" theme,"Alice's Isle."

The gang sings Tom & Alice's song "Always."
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Thanks for posting Jason I really enjoyed it
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LOL...I remember when this eppie aired, it was so cute!

Thanks Jason!
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Wow they all look so young. So funny :lol: . Thanks for posting this Jason.
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why can't i remember this, :lol: i loved Lily
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