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Monday, 13 September 2010

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Nude "Mary Ann" On This Gilligan's Island

It seems that the script writer for the new movie "Gilligan's Island" had the hots for Mary Ann or even Ginger while he was growing up so that would explain the new movie based upon the show having Mary Ann running around nude for most of the show.

That's not the only changes that are being made for a remake of the famous TV show of the 1960's.

"I realize that the "Gilligan's Island" purists will be up in arms over it but I have to bring in a crowd", stated writer Samuel Burns. "So the Professor has the hots for both of the younger ladies and was even eyeballing "Lovie" but he was stranded and horny on an island for Pete's sake."

Also, some of the other cast are escaping a bad deal from some drug runners while both The Skipper and Gilligan are running away from the Coast Guard.

"At least I've kept to the seven of them basically but I still may insert some Somali Pirates to chase Mary Ann down", stated Burns.

Burns is also hoping that this Mary Ann looking slightly like the original will help out at the box office.

A backer of the movie told our reporter that he was happy with the script. "I sort of had a crush on Mary Ann too."

"If I had backed that Beverly Hillbillies thing, The banker would have been after Ellie May, not Jed's money!"

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