If you’ve ever watched any episode of “Gilligan’s Island”, you probably must’ve wondered if the castaways would have hooked up with it each other right?
The actress who played the role of flame, Time Louise, there weren’t many choices, she had just one sexy choice among the Skipper, the Professor, the millionaire and Gilligan.
She said “It’s Jim”, about the actor Jim Backus, who did the role of married millionaire Thurston Howell III. “Jim was hilarious. Humour, hon. He was so funny and he used to go to the psychiatrist every day and tell me the news of the day … But just in general, he had a great sense of humour. He was adorable.”
“I think the Professor read too many books,” she added. “[Gilligan] was just very nervous and scared to death and talked so fast. He was so shy.”
About 57 years ago, on September 26, 1964, from the classic CBS sitcom about seven shipwrecked strangers, Louise is the last castaway who survived.
She now lives in Manhattan island which is in the Turtle Bay neighborhood where she enjoys reading (“My favorite bookstore is Barnes & Noble!”) and taking walks in the Katharine Hepburn Garden near the United Nations. She’s also looking forward to meeting the right man.
“I’m open. I’m open. I’m open to life,” Louise told The Post. “These days, I’m still not going out very far. If I go out with a friend, it’s once in two weeks.”
She didn’t reveal her age at all. Instead, she said that “Don’t number me. Who needs it?” she said. “Numbers are not what you look like or how you live your life … Buddha said, ‘Live in the present moment. Wisely and earnestly.’”
But what if was stuck on a tropical island in real life, what kind of guy she might be expecting her to be there with her? George Clooney? Brad Pitt?