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Disc One

• "Fantasy Island Pilot"
Bill Bixby (The Incredible Hulk) relives a day with his true love in war torn London. Hugh O'Brian (Wyatt Earp) is a hunter who wants to be on the other end of the hunt for a change, while Eleanor Parker (The Sound of Music) wants to attend her own funeral to see who her friends are. The twists in this one caught me totally by surprise. The first episode—and sadly, the best.
Grade: A

• "Return to Fantasy Island"
George Maharis (Route 66) wants some time alone with his boss, Adrienne Barbeau (Swamp Thing). Joseph Campanella (The Bold Ones) and Pat Crowley (Please Don't Eat the Daisies) are looking for the daughter they gave up for adoption and Karen Valentine (Room 222) is being gaslighted (or is she crazy?)—by her husband, perhaps? This very good episode loses points for the Barbeau storyline.
Grade: B

• "Escape/Cinderella Girls"
Bert Convey (Match Game) wants to perform the ultimate escape from Devil's Island, while Diana Canova (Soap) and Georgia Engel (Mary Tyler Moore Show) want to be glamorous for a day. Loses points for its sexist point of view regarding "inner beauty."
Grade: C

Disc Two

• "Bet a Million/Mr. Irresistible"
Henry Gibson (Laugh-in) takes the gamble of his life in order to build his dream hotel, while John Schuck (Holmes and Yo-Yo) wants to be irresistible to women. A comedic episode with no real 'oomph'.
Grade: C

• "The Prince/The Sheriff"
Dack Rambo (All My Children) is a prince who wants to be loved for himself, not his money; Harry Guardino (Dirty Harry) is a policeman who wants to return to simpler times as an old west sheriff. Wins extra points for some nice dialogue.
Grade: B

• "Family Reunion/Voodoo"
David Hedison (Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea) and Juliet Mills (Nanny and the Professor) are caught up in their children's scheme to reunite their divorced parents. Amnesiac Lauren Tewes (The Love Boat) may be the victim of a voodoo ritual! Can Gary Collins (The Sixth Sense) and Howard Duff (Dallas) save her—or are they out to do just the opposite? Extra points for some enjoyable twists and turns.
Grade: B

• "Lady of the Evening/The Racer"
Carol Lynley (The Poseidon Adventure) is a call girl who wants to fall in love (a tough sell) and Christopher George (Rat Patrol) is a race car driver that wants to face the track that nearly killed him. Even with points for one of my favorite TV actors, Christopher George, this episode is slow.
Grade: C

• "Treasure Hunt/Beauty Contest"
Michael Callen (Cat Ballou) is on a potentially deadly treasure hunt while Maureen McCormick (The Brady Bunch) wants to win a beauty contest. Extra points for a tale with some danger!
Grade: B

Disc Three

• "The Funny Girl/Butch and Sundance"
Marcia Strassman (Welcome Back, Kotter) is a star who wants to return to the anonymity of her hometown roots (in a very touching story with guest star Dennis Cole!). Chris Connelly (Paper Moon: The Series) and James MacArthur (Hawaii Five-O) spend the weekend as Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Nice mix of western action and a basic, heart-warming tale!
Grade: B+

• "Superstar/Salem"
Gary Burghoff (M*A*S*H) gets a chance to play major league baseball while Vera Miles (Psycho) and Stuart Whitman (Night of the Lepus), tired of the lack of morals in the modern day, are sent back to Salem in the Puritan era where morality is taken to an obsessive high. Extra points for the collection of major league baseball stars who cameo in the episode. Even more points for a plot that proves that morality isn't all it's cracked up to be!
Grade: B+

• "Trouble, My Lovely/The Common Man"
A marvelously (and intentionally) miscast Don Knotts (The Andy Griffith Show) plays Sam Spade to Lynda Day George's (Mission: Impossible) femme fatale, Iris Chandler. And all Bernie Kopell (The Love Boat) wants is a little respect.
Grade: B

• "The Over-the-Hill Caper/Poof, You're a Movie Star"
Barbi Benton wants to be a movie star, while Ray Bolger (The Wizard of Oz) wants to breathe new life into his old Strawberry Hill Gang.
Grade: C

Disc Four

• "Reunion/Anniversary"
Like an homage to the series pilot, this serious episode gives us some mayhem and angst! Four girls want to relieve their last summer together, and Lucie Arnaz is hoping for a change in her alcoholic husband. Extra points for the thrills and scares in this one!
Grade: B+

• "King for a Day/Instant Family"
David Doyle (Charlie's Angels) wants to be king, while Melinda Naud learns that a mother's work is never done. Ho hum, nothing much here.
Grade: C

• "Fool for a Client/Double Your Pleasure"
Ken Berry (Mayberry R.F.D.) wants to date two girls at the same time while lawyer Rich Little argues the biggest case of his life—defending his own self against murder charges.
Grade: C

• "Call Me Lucky/Torch Song"
Richard Dawson (Hogan's Heroes) is a gambler who wishes for all the luck in the world. Kathryn Holcomb wants to be a 1920s torch singer (with Edd Brynes, 77 Sunset Strip). Dawson is always a joy to watch; points for his appearance in this episode.
Grade: B


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