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Song Parodies -> "Gay Skipper"

Original Song Title:

"Day Tripper"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Gay Skipper"

Parody Written by:

Stuart McArthur

The Lyrics

Now that Bob Denver's dead (R.I.P.) the behind-the-scenes truth about Gilligan and the Skipper can finally be revealed
Gilligan listen!
got a few things I must say
Gotta come clean son
I'm a sincere castaway now

I am a gay Skipper
play left-handed yeah
and I have so - long...
admired you
do you me too?


You're a big teaser
you turn me on with your hat
Please can I squeeze ya!
I am not all that is fat, now

I am a gay Skipper
with-a well-hung hammock, yeah
and there is roo - oom
there for two
if you want to...


Tried the professor
he only plays one night stands
Ginger's no better
can't think of her as a man

I am a gay Skipper
pillow-biter yeah
Gimme a three - ee
hour cruise
just me 'n you

Gay skipper
Gay skipper, yeah...

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AFW - September 09, 2005 - Report this comment
Ha ha...funny premise, Stuart.....Skipper was gay, eh? I guess that's why he couldn't sail'em straight off the island...fives up
Kim West - September 09, 2005 - Report this comment
I now know why the Skipper always had a big smile and a hardy laugh whenever he was around his little buddy. My own song pondered why nobody touched the girls, and here you have also answered that question at long last. Your song is a comedy treat!
Arwen - September 09, 2005 - Report this comment
Hee! Nice job, Stuart...although I'll be pissed at you all day for the images racing around in my head...
Kat - September 09, 2005 - Report this comment
Oh dear!!!!!!!!
stuart mcarthur - September 09, 2005 - Report this comment
thanks AFW - I reckon that's why they blew off course in the first place

thanks Kim. Between us we solve conundrums - now to Dr Smith and Will Robinson....

thanks Arwen - rolling around in your head more likely - knowing that Skipper...

sorry Kat - the truth often comes as a shock
alvin rhodes - September 09, 2005 - Report this comment
what a scream...this will have 'em rollin' in the "isles"...5s
Kristof Robertson - September 09, 2005 - Report this comment
"Whatcha doin' little buddy?" hehehehe 555
Jerry Seinfeld - September 09, 2005 - Report this comment
And why won't Gilligan or the Skipper date Mary Ann? I'm starting to wonder about this "Little Buddy" business! (Pacholek's note: Hating "Gilligan's Island," I never made the connection, but this 1992 joke by Jerry cleared things up for me. He also wondered why the Professor could turn a coconut into a radio but couldn't fix a hole in a boat. He also wondered why they had all those clothes with them if it was only a three-hour tour.)
MrMacphisto - September 09, 2005 - Report this comment
carol - September 09, 2005 - Report this comment
Read every parody here tonight, and this is the one that's left me LAMOROTF!!! Great job. 5's +
stuart mcarthur - September 10, 2005 - Report this comment
thanks alvin...groan!!

Kristof: Me? I'm innocently up to my neck in mischief as usual, so you may as well just start hitting me with your hat now

Jerry Seinfeld: in Gilligan's defence, he would've dated Mary Ann but her 43-pound purse kept hitting him in the nose, and besides, it's hard to have a romantic dinner and pedal enough power for the mood-lighting at the same time!
you 80's sitcoms think you have it ALL over us 60s guys don't you....(grumble)

thanks MrMacphisto

thanks for the compliment, carol :-)
Michael Pacholek - September 10, 2005 - Report this comment
Far be it for me to be the Decade Police, but "Seinfeld" was a Nineties sitcom. One bad pilot in '89 does not make it an Eighties show. But speaking of Eighties sitcoms, I'm starting to wish Bob Denver had guested on "The Golden Girls." Now, which one would he have dated? If Rose (Betty White), he could finally have been in a relationship where he could be called "the smart one." If Blanche (Rue McClanahan), the sex would've been better, but wherever they went, she would never let him drive. The whole getting-lost thing. And if Dorothy (Bea Arthur)... Naw, she'd probably hurt him.
stuart mcarthur - September 10, 2005 - Report this comment
*shame-faced* I'm such a fan I even watch Seinfeld marathons on cable (and Elaine gets funnier every repeat viewing) - it was even once voted most definitive 90s cultural phenomenon - what was I thinking? don't look at me, I'm hideous

and my two cents says Bob Denver's best 80s-sitcom date would have been Christina Applegate, or better, Sara Gilbert's "Darlene"
Paul Robinson - October 03, 2005 - Report this comment
Well, Stuart, my piece was written under a premise that the show's writers decided to take the story in a different direction from the original...Yours makes sense in the context of the imititation sailor's cap is off to you for a great job...really funny stuff...say...if you combine the story-lines of the two pieces you probably have a current-day 'Reality' TV show premise..."Reality on Gilligan's Island...whole lotta hookin' up,'s ~ ~ ~

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