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Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Episode 15: So Sorry, My Island Now

Mrs. Howell spends most of the episode in a makeshift prison held captive by a confused Japanese soldier. It's almost forgivable that she never wears a hat in this one... almost.

Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Episode 14: Water, Water Everywhere

After a sad, hat-less episode Mrs. Howell is back with a wonderful hat... not only that Thurston dons a hat  as well:

Later they do a rain dance and wear stylish Native American headgear:

They close out the show wearing matching pith helmets:
Sold hat effort from Lovey & Thurston.

Monday, December 5, 2011

Episode 13: Three Million Dollars More or Less

This is the episode where Mr. Howell looses 3 million dollars to Gilligan in a golf game. Lots of Howells in this one... but no hats!

This is the first episode in the series that has NONE of Mrs. Howells hats! Perhaps there was a deleted scene where, in addition to the 3 million, Gilligan won all of Lovey's hats.

Episode 12: Birds Gotta Fly, Fish Gotta Talk

First we see Mrs. Howell approach in a delightful woven hat with 2 giant peacock feathers attached:



Next its a more formal smaller hat with viel:


Finally, as she talks into a fish (at Skipper's request), she wears a beautiful chapeau with a very plump feather:

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Episode 11: Angel on the Island

Mrs. Howell takes dictation as she wears an appropriate hat.


Then she makes her stage debut in a wig.


Then she swaps roles with Ginger because that head covering is better than hers.

Episode 10: Waiting for Watubi

Mrs. Howell waits for Watubi in a wide brimmed hat with feathers on top.

Then at the end of the episode she wears her fancy ribbon hat.

Friday, September 10, 2010

Episode 9: The Big Gold Strike

Early in the episode we see Mrs. Howell putting some flowers in her hair:


Later, she and Thurston don their pith helmets:


Then she enters the gold mine wearing an improvised miners helmet (with a clamshell and candle.) Quite a chapeau, even by Howell standards:


Then, another new hat, a formal hat that looks like a table centerpiece with a mesh veil: