Adventure, Drama, Fantasy
Ricardo Montalban, Hervé Villechaize
Fantasy Island is a resort, where there is very little that the host, Mr. Roarke cannot provide. Thus we have visitors have adventures in fantasies that should be impossible, but this island can accommodate them such as visits to any time period they want, meet absolutely anyone they see to do something they request such as getting William Shakespeare to write a play for them. The only constant (until the final season) was at the sight of the incoming visitors, the Mr. Roarke's midget assistant runs up to the bell tower to ring the bell and shout "De plane!, De plane!"
- Season 1: 1. Pilot (1977). A wealthy businesswoman wants to attend her own funeral; a jaded hunter wants to be the hunted one; and a World War II veteran wants to relive his romance with a woman he met in England.
- Season 1: 2. Return To Fantasy Island (1978). A career woman's assistant hopes to break through his boss's all-business façade; a couple who gave up their daughter for adoption and can have no more children want to see the girl; and a woman who lost her memory on her honeymoon wants to experience it again to cure her amnesia.
- Season 1: 3. Escape/Cinderella Girls (1978). A magician wants to perform the ultimate escape from a notorious prison on a nearby island; and a pair of best friends want to be filthy rich for a weekend.
- Season 1: 4. Bet A Million/Mr. Irresistible (1978). A man and his wife gamble everything they own on their dream of building a grand resort hotel; and a nondescript fellow wants to be ultra-attractive to every woman who sees him.
- Season 1: 5. Prince/The Sheriff, The (1978). The crown prince of a small European country wants the experience of being an average man to better understand what his people go through; and a New York City cop tracks down his partner's killers -- with the intent to obtain an eye for an eye.
- Season 1: 6. Family Reunion/Voodoo (1978). Two children trick their divorced parents into a family weekend together, complete with future stepparents, in the hope of reuniting Mom and Dad; and a young woman with amnesia turns to a voodoo practitioner in the hope of finding out if she is a missing heiress.
- Season 1: 7. Lady Of The Evening/The Racer (1978). A well-known call girl wants to escape her old life and find someone to love her for herself; and a race-car driver injured in a crash wants to relive the accident to purge his nightmares of the fateful race.
- Season 1: 8. Treasure Hunt/Beauty Contest (1978). A couple and their partner may be driven apart by their quest for a legendary treasure; and a young woman hopes to win a beauty contest to follow in her late mother's footsteps and gain the attention of her neglectful father.
- Season 1: 9. Funny Girl/Butch And Sundance, The (1978). A famous comedienne wants a weekend of anonymity in a small town like the one she came from; and two men fulfill their dreams of being Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
- Season 1: 10. Superstar/Salem (1978). A working stiff wants to become a baseball star; and a couple fed up with the loose ways of today's young people want to go back to a time when people were "better behaved".
- Season 1: 11. Trouble, My Lovely/The Common Man (1978). An overlooked process server wants the action and excitement of being a private eye for a weekend; and a perpetually browbeaten husband wants the respect of his wife, son and mother-in-law.
- Season 1: 12. Over The Hill Caper/Poof! You're A Movie Star, The (1978). A blackmail victim and his three aging buddies put their gang back together one last time to defeat the blackmailer; and a young woman revels in her fantasy of being a movie star -- till the director requests that she appear nude.
- Season 1: 13. Reunion/Anniversary (1978). Four high-school friends, each with a dark secret, gather for a ten-year reunion of their old group; and a couple drifting apart relive the day they were married in the hope of patching things up.
- Season 1: 14. King For A Day/Instant Family (1978). A plumber's fantasy to be a king challenges him with diplomatic problems and a queen with a secret; and a graduate student who thinks she knows everything about raising kids learns otherwise when she's assigned to babysit her mentor's children for the weekend.
- Season 1: 15. Fool For A Client/Double Your Pleasure (1978). A newly minted lawyer looking to try a criminal case winds up having to present his own defense when he's framed for murder; and an oil-pipeline laborer from Alaska wins a date with gorgeous identical twins, which turns out to be less than it was cracked up to be.
- Season 1: 16. Call Me Lucky/Torch Singer (1978). A career gambler's dream of winning every game he plays has a monkey wrench thrown into it by the sudden arrival of his young son; and a woman wants to go back to the 1920s to be a successful torch singer, like her grandmother.
- Season 3: 1. Hit Man/The Swimmer (1979). A man whose underwear business is failing wants to be killed so that his family can collect on his life insurance; and a former swimmer who was paralyzed in a car wreck searches for a cure for her condition.
- Season 3: 2. Goose For The Gander/The Stuntman (1979). A diner owner whose restaurant is to be razed for a new highway wants to win a cooking contest to raise the money to relocate her business; and a retired stuntman hopes to reconcile with his estranged son, also a stuntman, who is about to attempt a life-threatening stunt for a movie.
- Season 3: 3. Tattoo: The Love God/Magnolia Blossoms (1979). Tattoo asks Roarke to grant his fantasy of being a "love god", which Roarke takes literally; and two women want to experience the days of the Civil-War-era South.
- Season 3: 4. Baby/Marathon: Battle Of The Sexes (1979). Tattoo decides to adopt the orphaned infant son of a native islander he knew well; and two women want to win the Fantasy Island Marathon so they can use the publicity and prize money to save the floundering barbell-manufacturing plant they work at.
- Season 3: 5. Chain Gang/The Boss, The (1979). A man joins a chain gang to get information that he hopes will clear his father's name; and a woman wants to be The Big Boss of a corporation.
- Season 3: 6. Red Baron/Young At Heart, The (1979). A Wisconsin locksmith wants to take part in World War I; and a 50-year-old librarian wants to be half her age for a weekend.
- Season 3: 7. Wedding, The (1979). Roarke is set to marry the love of his life, but Tattoo overhears a conversation that suggests the man who grants others' fantasies may not be able to realize his own.
- Season 3: 8. Tattoo's Romance/Handy Man (1979). A selfish and bitter woman takes advantage of Tattoo's attraction to her niece to try to make the girl a country-music star; and a witness to a gangland killing seeks refuge from his would-be killers in an orphanage.
- Season 3: 9. Nobody's There/The Dancer (1979). A klutzy private eye hopes for the opportunity to solve her very first case; and a wealthy Texan wants to meet the ballerina who inspired him to success.
- Season 3: 10. Pug/Class Of '69, The (1979). A boy wants to see his father win the heavyweight boxing championship; and a woman seeks revenge on a former classmate who humiliated her in front of the entire school.
- Season 3: 11. Victim/The Mermaid, The (1979). A woman disregards Roarke's severe warnings and dates her dream man, only to wind up one of his stable of sex slaves; and a college professor, hoping to make a significant scientific discovery, saves the life of a mermaid who tries to tempt him away from his crumbling marriage.
- Season 3: 12. Cheerleaders/Marooned, The (1979). Two best friends want to be cheerleaders for a professional football team; and a truck driver wants to be shipwrecked on a deserted island with his favorite movie star.
- Season 3: 13. Inventor/On The Other Side, The (1979). A professor hopes to unleash a revolutionary preservation formula and receive acclaim for it; and a widow hopes to finally contact her dead husband after twenty-five years of fruitless attempts.
- Season 3: 14. Look Alikes/Winemaker, The (1979). A man finds himself in the dangerous world of gambling when he changes places with his double, and Tattoo promises a nun that she'll win the wine tasting content before he discovers her wine is undrinkable.
- Season 3: 15. Unholy Wedlock/Elizabeth (1980). A young man gets into trouble in his quest to marry his fiancée; and a woman needs Roarke's help to defeat a dangerous ghost.
- Season 3: 16. Rogues To Riches/Stark Terror (1980). A man is determined to lose himself in the eighteenth century, despite the entreaties of his lawyer partner who tries to entice him back with the promise of a lucrative business deal; and a young woman, rendered mute by her mother's death, wants to find out whether she was responsible.
- Season 3: 17. PlayGirl/Smith's Valhalla (1980). Sick of male chauvinism, a woman wants to turn the tables and treat men as the objects; and a man asks for a chance to perform a truly heroic rescue.
- Season 3: 18. Aphrodite/Dr. Jeckyll And Miss Hyde (1980). A very picky man is looking for the perfect woman; and a stern psychologist asks Roarke's help in understanding what attracts women to bad men, in the hope of rescuing her younger sister from the clutches of a creep.
- Season 3: 19. Swinger/Terrors Of The Mind, The (1980). A middle-aged divorced man wants to be the swinging single he didn't get to be in his younger days; and a young woman requests the power to see into her future.
- Season 3: 20. Nona/One Million B.C. (1980). A blind detective wants his sight back so he can complete his search for a missing actress; and two women want to return to a time of old-fashioned chivalry in men and daintiness in women.
- Season 3: 21. Jungle Man/Mary Ann And Miss Sophisticate (1980). An unemployed actor wants a last chance to play the role that made him famous; and an acclaimed ventriloquist is afraid her marionette has been taking over some of her personality traits.
- Season 3: 22. My Fair Pharaoh/The Power (1980). A woman yearns to immerse herself in the world of Egyptian queen Cleopatra; and a man asks Roarke for the power of telekinesis.
- Season 3: 23. Eagleman/Children Of Mentu (1980). A widowed businessman wants to become his estranged son's favorite comic-book superhero to get the boy's attention; and a journalism student seeks out the story that will make her career.
- Season 4: 1. Devil And Mandy Breem/The Millionaire, The (1980). A woman who resorted to extreme measures to save her husband's life now needs help from Roarke in saving her own; and Tattoo goes behind Roarke's back to make a man a millionaire for the weekend, only to put the man's life in danger.
- Season 4: 2. Flying Aces/The Mermaid Returns (1980). A man wants to return to World War II in order to meet the father he never knew; and a mermaid asks Roarke to help her learn about human love.
- Season 4: 3. Skater's Edge/Concerto Of Death/The Last Great Race (1980). A Minnesota farm girl wants to be a champion figure skater; a man suspects that his brother, a classical concert pianist, was murdered and wants to find out how and by whom; and a divorcing couple agree to a race to decide the final settlement of their joint property.
- Season 4: 4. Don Quixote/The Sex Symbol (1980). An eccentric banker fulfills his ambitions to be a modern-day Don Quixote; and a plain Jane wants to be a sex goddess until three men take advantage of her newfound beauty.
- Season 4: 5. Love Doctor/Pleasure Palace/Possessed, The (1980). A very hot movie actress wants a weekend of complete anonymity; a lawyer from an old-money family traces his roots, only to find himself disillusioned; and a mother begs Roarke for help in finding out why her daughter is acting so oddly.
- Season 4: 6. With Affection, Jack The Ripper/Gigolo (1980). A woman writing a book about the Whitechapel murders goes back to 1888 London to get the final proof she needs, only to place dozens of people in great danger; and a man with no self-confidence around women asks to become a gigolo.
- Season 4: 7. Invisible Woman/The Snow Bird, The (1980). A woman wants the power to become invisible to be sure her fiancé is being faithful; and a circus popcorn vendor joins a trapeze-artist troupe to get closer to the girl he loves.
- Season 4: 8. Crescendo/Three Feathers (1980). A singer wants to meet the composer whose songs made her famous; and a man needs to convince three former friends that he didn't abandon them after a plane crash the previous year.
- Season 4: 9. My Late Lover/Sanctuary (1981). A widow trying to decide between three men to marry is constantly interrupted by the ghost of her dead husband; and a man who has been poisoned wants to find his killer before he dies.
- Season 4: 10. High Off The Hog/Reprisal (1981). A young man whose family sacrificed heavily to send him to college rewards them by making them rich for a weekend; and an orphaned gymnast, mistreated by her aunt and cousin, seeks the power to make things happen.
- Season 4: 11. Elizabeth's Baby/The Artist And The Lady (1981). "Elizabeth's Baby" Elizabeth Blake wishes to look ahead into her unborn child's future. In "The Artist and the Lady" an untalented artist wishes to possess the talent to paint a great masterpiece.
- Season 4: 12. Heroine/The Warrior, The (1981). The prim and proper author of steamy romance novels wants to step into the shoes of one of her own heroines; and a man tries to impress his wife by fighting for her honor.
- Season 4: 13. Man From Yesterday/World's Most Desirable Woman, The (1981). A photojournalist has ulterior motives in mind for meeting a reclusive man who's been living on the island; and a woman temporarily regains her youth to get back at the husband she's about to divorce.
- Season 4: 14. Chateau/White Lightning, The (1981). The granddaughter of a silent-movie star wants to learn more about her grandmother's life; and two feuding families compete to become the owners of a special moonshine recipe.
- Season 4: 15. Loving Strangers/Something Borrowed, Something Blue... (1981). A couple who have been happily married for the last 25 years want to find out if they would fall in love all over again if they were just meeting for the first time. Also a bride's wedding plans may be ruined when her past comes back to haunt her.
- Season 4: 16. Chorus Girl/Surrogate Father (1981). A dance teacher asks Roarke to give his deaf student the gift of hearing, only to watch her discovering a world that may exclude him; and a father must control his compulsive gambling habit or lose custody of his beloved little girl.
- Season 4: 17. Also Rans/Portrait Of Solange (1981). A department-store shoe salesman just wants the boss's daughter to notice him; and Tattoo, granted a birthday fantasy to paint like Toulouse-Lautrec, unexpectedly finds romance.
- Season 4: 18. Searcher/The Way We Weren't, The (1981). A young woman wants the truth about her absent father; and a long-married couple discover that you really can't go home again.
- Season 4: 19. Proxy Billionaire/The Experiment, The (1981). A Wall Street analyst's wish to be ultra-rich brings him nothing but trouble; and a widowed doctor and his daughter, still grief-stricken over his late wife, want to bring her back from the dead.
- Season 4: 20. Delphine/The Unkillable (1981). Roarke's goddaughter, about to marry her unsuspecting fiancé, wants him to rid her of her magical powers; and a scientist hoping to uncover the proverbial missing link winds up facing something he never imagined.
- Season 4: 21. Basin Street/The Devil's Triangle (1981). A mediocre jazz trumpeter wants to play in the early New Orleans style, and finds himself back in the actual era; and a woman and her two suitors team up to tackle a mysterious and dangerous section of the ocean.
- Season 4: 22. Hard Knocks/Lady Godiva (1981). An aspiring private investigator receives advice from none other than Bogart himself; and a young woman wants to go back to the days of Lady Godiva.
- Season 4: 23. Man-Beast/Ole Island Oprey (1981). A man plagued by terrifying nightmares learns that the dreams have been telling him that he's a werewolf; and a young woman whose father wants her to be a country star would far rather be a photographer.
- Season 4: 24. Paquito's Birthday/Technical Advisor (1981). A poor couple from Mexico want the best for their son, only to be faced with the prospect of losing him altogether; and a woman with no experience in being in love gets advice from Helen of Troy.
- Season 5: 1. Show Me A Hero/Slam Dunk (1981). A woman insists on closure with her old boyfriend before she can get on with her life with the current one; and a man tries to impress the girl he has a crush on by joining the basketball team her father coaches.
- Season 5: 2. Devil And Mr. Roarke/Ziegfeld Girls/Kid Corey Rides Again (1981). Mephistopheles uses Julie to force Roarke into another confrontation; two elderly women want to relive their days as members of the Ziegfeld Follies; and a Brooklyn shoe salesman travels back to the Old West to meet his favorite outlaw.
- Season 5: 3. Cyrano/The Magician (1981). A woman in search of the most chivalrous and romantic man of all time winds up meeting Cyrano de Bergerac; and a magician trying to perfect his craft faces a huge problem after he makes his assistant vanish.
- Season 5: 4. Lady And The Monster/The Last Cowboy, The (1981). A scientist discovers that Dr. Frankenstein really did exist -- by meeting his monster; and a middle-aged man with a hankering for the Old West is annoyed to find himself still stuck in the present day.
- Season 5: 5. Mr. Nobody/La Liberatora (1981). Julie accidentally provides a man looking for inner strength with physical prowess instead; and a flamboyant classical guitarist hopes to trace her roots back to the legendary El Lobo Rojo in the days of Spanish California.
- Season 5: 6. Night In The Harem/Druids (1981). An unprepossessing fellow gets more than he asked for when he requests one night with a harem; and a young woman who wants to be the center of all attention learns that being a queen can be perilous.
- Season 5: 7. Perfect Husband, The/Volcano (1981). A woman hoping to find and marry her dream man but learns that perfection isn't all it's cracked up to be. A seismologist, who places science above humanity, has his values tested when he and a group of others are threatened by an erupting volcano.
- Season 5: 8. Lillian Russell/The Lagoon (1981). A woman time-travels to gather information for her biography on Lillian Russell, and actually becomes the singer; and a man who wants nothing more than tranquil solitude is unwillingly forced to face up to events in his past.
- Season 5: 9. Romance Times Three/Night Of The Tormented Soul (1981). An answering-service operator wants to meet the three men she's known up to now only as voices over the phone; and a brother and sister face a weekend of horror while trying to find out how their father died when they were young.
- Season 5: 10. Very Strange Affair/The Sailor, A (1982). A man trying to solicit operating funds for an orphanage receives assistance from a truly odd source; and a woman falls in love with a sailor, but must exchange her life for their happiness.
- Season 5: 11. House Of Dolls/Wuthering Heights (1982). A window dresser in love with one of his mannequins asks Roarke to bring her to life; and a woman enters the world of her favorite classical novel in order to meet Heathcliff.
- Season 5: 12. Magic Camera/Mata Hari/Valerie, The (1982). A photographer, who wants to take unique pictures, finds his request granted in a way he didn't anticipate. A woman looking to learn more about Mata Hari finds herself in the legendary spy's shoes. Also a young man is in search of a woman he fell in love with, who then disappeared.
- Season 5: 13. King Arthur In Mr. Roarke's Court/Shadow Games (1982). A man's quest to meet his legendary hero goes awry when King Arthur is somehow transported to the present; and a country singer wants to make one last record with her boyfriend -- who is believed to be dead.
- Season 5: 14. Daddy's Little Girl/The Whistle (1982). A woman who's never met her real father wants to find him so he can give her away at her wedding; and a scientist desperate to make a great discovery pays for his determination with a weekend of sheer terror.
- Season 5: 15. Case Against Mr. Roarke/Save Sherlock Holmes, The (1982). A woman presents Roarke with her daughter, claiming he's her father; and a security guard wants to work with a fictional detective of Roarke's choice.
- Season 5: 16. Challenge, The/A Genie Named Joe (1982). A wealthy business tycoon is out to take Fantasy Island away from Roarke; and a florist enlists the help of a genie to find her perfect husband.
- Season 5: 17. Funny Man/Tattoo, The Matchmaker (1982). A stand-up comic is ashamed to tell his fiancée that he's alone in the world, so he has his imaginary family brought to life to introduce to her; and Tattoo starts a computer-dating service which matches all its female clients with the same man - Roarke.
- Season 5: 18. Sitting Duck/Sweet Suzi Swann (1982). A big-game hunter, bored with tracking animals, moves up to humans, and chooses Roarke as his target; and a fashion designer's assistant, fed up with her boss' taking her for granted, wants to fall out of love with him.
- Season 5: 19. Face Of Love/Image Of Celeste (1982). A bitter young woman with a long criminal record gets a chance to turn her life around; and a woman, having seen a painting by Gauguin of a woman who looks exactly like her, wants to find out the identity of the painting's subject.
- Season 5: 20. Forget Me Not/The Quiz Masters (1982). A completely amnesic woman hopes to find out who she is and where she comes from; and two legendary game-show hosts compete against each other to win the ultimate game.
- Season 5: 21. Big Bet/Nancy And The Thunderbirds, The (1982). A man who's bet his buddies that he'll bed a pretty woman comes to regret his impulse when he meets her; and a woman raised by a Native American tribe faces the necessity of fulfilling the tribal leader's prophecy for her.
- Season 5: 22. Ghost's Story/The Spoilers, The (1982). A woman has to stay a full night in a haunted house in order to prove her knowledge of the occult; and a bounty hunter sets out to catch a wily and elusive bank robber.
- Season 6: 1. Curse Of The Moreaus/My Man Friday, The (1982). A man comes with his wife to the island to rid himself of a family curse; and a woman wants to be the vice-president of an ad agency.
- Season 6: 2. Dancing Lady/The Final Round (1982). A young woman hopes to become the dancing star of a major musical; and a boxing manager reluctantly takes as a client a stubborn fighter with a serious head injury.
- Season 6: 3. Legends/The Perfect Gentleman (1982). A singer wants to overcome debilitating stage fright, prompting Roarke to facilitate this in a very unusual way; and a rock star who witnessed a murder disguises himself as a butler in order to elude his pursuers.
- Season 6: 4. Angel's Triangle/Natchez Bound, The (1982). An angel faces a huge problem when he falls in love with a newlywed vacationing on the island; and a card dealer wants to ply her craft on a nineteenth-century Mississippi riverboat.
- Season 6: 5. Everybody Goes To Gilley's/Face Of Fire (1982). Country singer Mickey Gilley portrays himself, searching for the fame and fortune that have eluded him; and a philanthropist promises a million dollars to a woman if she makes it out alive from a weekend at his home.
- Season 6: 6. Beautiful Skeptic/The Lost Platoon, The (1982). A TV tabloid reporter sets out to expose Roarke as a fraud; a man returns to World War II Italy in search of proof that his brother was not a coward or a racketeer.
- Season 6: 7. Roller Derby Dolls/Thanks A Million (1982). An armchair quarterback wants to manage a real professional sports team; and three people compete for a million dollars by seeing who can perform the most selfless deeds.
- Season 6: 8. Kleptomaniac/Thank God, I'm A Country Girl, The (1982). A man wants Roarke to cure him of his habit of compulsive stealing; and a waitress wants the daughter she gave up for adoption to see her as rich and successful.
- Season 6: 9. Naughty Marietta/The Winning Ticket (1983). A pushy mother wants her daughter to become an actress, regardless of the daughter's wishes; a recently deceased islander has left his Irish Sweepstakes winnings to his best friend, whom Tattoo is assigned to locate.
- Season 6: 10. Candy Kisses/Operation Breakout (1983). A wheelchair-bound racehorse breeder wants one last chance to win a race; and a self-professed failure wants to break an American agent out of a tough foreign prison.
- Season 6: 11. Songwriter/Queen Of The Soaps, The (1983). A man travels back to Tin Pan Alley to find and recover his grandfather's never-published songs; a soap-opera actress wants to stop her evil character from using her to come to life.
- Season 6: 12. Tallowed Image/Room And Bard, The (1983). A young man wants to meet the woman whose image he saw in a century-old magazine; and an aspiring Shakespearean actress gets help from no less than the Bard himself.
- Season 6: 13. Midnight Waltz/Let Them Eat Cake (1983). An elderly man wants a last dance with his wife, who passed away six months before; and a woman who wants to be treated like a queen finds herself in the body of Marie Antoinette.
- Season 6: 14. Revenge Of The Forgotten/Charo (1983). A prisoner wants to hunt for and find a long-lost treasure; and a diplomat learns he has a daughter who now wants to live with him.
- Season 6: 15. Return To The Cotton Club/No Friends Like Old Friends (1983). An aspiring singer wants to make it big, but finds himself getting involved with another performer trying to make it; and a woman attempts to impress her former college buddies with riches and material things, only to discover that other things matter much more.
- Season 6: 16. Eternal Flame/A Date With Burt (1983). A couple are obsessed with finding the Fountain of Youth; and an Oregon file clerk dreams of having a date with her favorite movie star.
- Season 6: 17. King Of Burlesque/Death Games (1983). A Wall Street broker gets his fantasy to be part of an old-fashioned burlesque show; and a woman whose husband was killed during his fantasy intends to exact a price from Roarke for his death.
- Season 6: 18. Devil Stick/Touch And Go, The (1983). A man pursues his dream woman, who is protected by superstitious relatives; and Tattoo grants the fantasy of a woman who saved his life many years ago by helping her get access to a man she loves.
- Season 6: 19. Edward/The Extraordinary Miss Jones (1983). A bigwig publisher comes to the island seeking to reconcile with his estranged family; and a young woman with a terminal illness wants to make a lasting contribution to society.
- Season 6: 20. What's The Matter With Kids?/Island Of Horrors (1983). A famous children's-book author and his wife, who are childless, want to adopt the perfect offspring; and a woman searching for her missing fiancé winds up facing far more than she bargained for.
- Season 6: 21. Remember... When? (1983). When Tattoo has a car accident that results in a serious head injury, Roarke cancels all fantasies till he has recovered. Hoping to keep his morale up, they relive past fantasies through flashbacks.
- Season 6: 22. Love Island/The Sisters (1983). A couple of self-professed ladies' men have their egos deflated when Roarke sends them off to a remote island to find new conquests; and a young woman is in search of the older sister she has not seen since she was a child.
- Season 7: 1. Other Man - Mr. Roarke/Forbidden Love, The (1983). A widow discovers that the man of her dreams is actually her daughter's boyfriend; and a woman wants to make her boyfriend jealous, but when the fellow playing "the other man" gets hurt, Roarke is forced to step in, causing the woman to really fall for him.
- Season 7: 2. Big Switch/Hooker's Holiday, The (1983). A woman fed up with her male-chauvinist-pig husband asks Roarke to turn him into a woman to show him what it's like; and a call girl wants a normal life with true love.
- Season 7: 3. Nurses Night Out (1983). A man grateful for the TLC provided him by three nurses from his hometown hospital rewards them by having Roarke grant them their fantasies.
- Season 7: 4. God Child/Curtain Call (1983). A little girl whose parents were killed wants to ask God why he took them away from her; and a comedian hopes to revive his act with his two former partners -- who want nothing to do with him.
- Season 7: 5. Butler's Affair/Roarke's Sacrifice, The (1983). A physically disabled former dancer in love with Roarke wants to be able to dance again, but the ability comes with a price. Also, a rich widow in love with her butler finds objections from her friends, his friends, and the man himself.
- Season 7: 6. Three's A Crowd/Second Time Around (1983). A woman arrives on the island in the hope of saving her failing marriage; and a young man gets angry when he sees his widowed mother falling in love again.
- Season 7: 7. Wedding Picture/Castaways, The (1983). A woman in an unhappy marriage wants to go back to her wedding day to change the choice she made; and a man infatuated with a supermodel wants her all to himself for a weekend.
- Season 7: 8. Random Choices/My Mother, The Swinger (1983). A dying millionaire is in search of a deserving recipient of his bequest; and a single mother indulges her fantasy of being a swinger.
- Season 7: 9. Saturday's Child/The Fantasy Island Girl (1983). An actress who gave up her children for adoption now wants to meet them; and a beauty-contest mogul notorious for rigging past competitions wants to clear his name.
- Season 7: 10. Goin' On Home/Ambitious Lady (1984). A successful country singer wants to reunite with his estranged family; and a couple have two separate fantasies: he wants success, she wants to rediscover their love.
- Season 7: 11. Sweet Life/Games People Play (1984). A man wants to give his family all the material things he has never been able to; and three women are looking to further their careers with a toy company.
- Season 7: 12. To Fly With Eagles/The High Cost Of Living (1984). An amateur sportsman wants to win a flying competition; and an executive who's been concentrating on her career now wants to find a husband.
- Season 7: 13. Lady's Choice/Skin Deep (1984). A woman hopes to find the perfect man she's always dreamed of; and a shy fellow wants the chance to be seen with a beautiful woman.
- Season 7: 14. Lady Of The House/Mrs. Brandell's Favorites (1984). Two intertwined stories: a former brothel madam, about to be married, wants to turn over the profits of her investments to her three favorite former employees, who have fantasies all their own.
- Season 7: 15. Dark Secret/The Outrageous Mr. Smith (1984). A young woman who was raped can't bring herself to tell her husband for fear of rejection; and a shy singer wants to gain self-confidence and cure his stage fright.
- Season 7: 16. Sing Melancholy Baby/The Last Dogfight (1984). A former rock singer now wants a baby, but not a husband; and a World War II vet wants one more shot at winning an air battle against the Nazis.
- Season 7: 17. Awakening Of Love/The Impostor, The (1984). A high-fashion model wants a true and everlasting love, but doesn't trust men; and a woman brings her husband to the island hoping Roarke can cure him of his impulsive assumption of other identities.
- Season 7: 18. Mermaid And The Matchmaker/The Obsolete Man (1984). Nyah the mermaid wants to shed her immortality, and promises revenge on Roarke when he refuses her; and a banker is faced with being replaced by a computer.
- Season 7: 19. Lost And Found/Dick Turpin's Last Ride (1984). A woman is all too ready to move on after she learns of her husband's extramarital affair; and a CPA with a fantasy of being Dick Turpin gets into more trouble than he was prepared for.
- Season 7: 20. Don Juan's Last Affair/Final Adieu (1984). A man in love with his unsuspecting best friend seeks advice from the legendary Don Juan; and a woman wants to end her affair with her married boss once and for all.
- Season 7: 21. Bojangles And The Dancer/Deuces Are Wild (1984). A man's wife wants to prevent him from realizing his fantasy of performing with the legendary Mr. Bojangles; and two sisters want nothing more than to be taken seriously.
- Season 7: 22. Surrogate Mother/Ideal Woman (1984). A pregnant young woman fears the day she will have to give up her baby to the couple for whom she is bearing the child; and a man wants to be reunited with the one true love of his life.