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Question #24

There are many kinds of character types in great literature and in life. Among these are the hard working but simple people; the experienced older hero who has skills and abilities and can be a mentor; the confident and wealthy business man, and the wife by his side; those who are creative and talented and famous; those who are intelligent and crafty; and those whose wholesome goodness can make them an integral part of the story in contrast to those with special differences.

With that in mind,

If they ran out of food on Gilligan's Island, who would be eaten first?

Just askin'


  1. The old guy although he might be tough and stringy.

  2. Maybe if you braised him in stock for a while? I guess you probably have time what with the nothing to do there...


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