THE SECOND SEASON
September 11, 1967 to September 9, 1968
|8:00-9:00 PM||The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (9/11/67-1/15/68)
Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In (1/22/-6/3/68)
The Champions (6/10/-9/9/68)
|9:00-10:00 PM||The Danny Thomas Hour (9/11/67-6/10/68)
Repeats of Bob Hope specials (6/24/-9/9/68)
|10:00-11:00 PM||I Spy|
|ABC:||Cowboy In Africa (first half)||7:30-8:00 PM|
|CBS:||Gunsmoke (first half)||7:30-8:00 PM|
Monday Night's The Night!
*Aired once on NBC-TV.
|Episode #||Episode Title||Production #||Original NBC Airdate||Rating/Share|
|33||"It's A Nice Place To Visit..."
(a.k.a. "The Monkees In Mexico")
|4752||September 11, 1967||15.7/29.5|
In El Monotono, Mexico, David is captured by a bandito and his minions for being captivated by the bandito's girlfriend.
|34||"The Picture Frame"
(a.k.a. "The Bank Robbery")
|4759||September 18, 1967||14.5/28.1|
It's up to Peter to prove The Monkees innocence when they unwittingly rob a bank in the pretext of making a movie.
|35||"Everywhere A Sheik Sheik"||4749||September 25, 1967||15.2/28.6|
It's a harem-scare 'em scene as David faces the prospect of marriage to a lovely Nehudian princess.
|36||"Monkee Mayor"||4760||October 2, 1967||14.7/27.7|
Michael casts his wool hat into the ring to stop a crooked construction tycoon from turning the city into parking lots.
|37||"Art For Monkee's Sake"||4744||October 9, 1967||17.0/29.5|
At an art museum, Peter copies an old painting for 2 guards who are really thieves bent on snatching the real painting.
|38||"I Was A 99-lb. Weakling"
(a.k.a. "Physical Culture")
|4757||October 16, 1967||17.0/29.5|
To win a beautiful girl, Micky starts a health program under the guidance of a physical cultist—otherwise known as a fraud.
(a.k.a. "Double Barrel Shotgun Wedding")
|4768||October 23, 1967||16.1/28.3|
The Monkees are caught in a hillbilly feud in Swineville with David staring down the barrel of a shotgun wedding!
|40||"Monkees Marooned"||4755||October 30, 1967||15.7/25.6|
On a desert island, The Monkees go hunting for treasure—and are hunted by a mad Australian and his man Thursday!
|41||"The Card-Carrying Red Shoes"||4766||November 6, 1967||16.4/26.2|
Peter is the target of a romantic prima ballerina—and a dastardly plot choreographed by the rest of the ballet company.
|42||"The Wild Monkees"*||4765||November 13, 1967||17.7/28.1|
The Monkees turn chicken—figuratively and literally—when they unwittingly befriend the girlfriends of a tough motorcycle gang.
|43||"A Coffin Too Frequent"*||4741||November 20, 1967||18.2/29.7|
A sinister scientist, his goony cousin and his kooky aunt use The Monkees pad for a séance to summon a relative from beyond.
|44||"Hitting The High Seas"||4762||November 27, 1967||19.9/30.6|
Thoughts of mutiny are bountiful as The Monkees founder the hijack of a cargo ship by their vengeful sea captain!
|45||"The Monkees In Texas"||4761||December 4, 1967||18.3/30.1|
In The Lone Star State, The Monkees outwit Black Bart and his gang to save Michael's Aunt Kate's ranch!
|46||"The Monkees On The Wheel"||4742||December 11, 1967||17.0/27.1|
The Monkees invade Las Vegas where, mistaken for crooked gamblers, they try their luck at exposing the real gang.
|47||"The Monkees Christmas Show"*||4746||December 25, 1967||12.7/28.3|
The Monkees try to instill the spirit of Christmas in a cynical little boy who's soured on the whole idea.
|48||"Fairy Tale"||4748||January 8, 1968||16.8/24.3|
A Monkee romp through Fairy Tale Land sees Peter rescuing a haughty princess (Michael) from death by her fiendish fiancee.
|49||"The Monkees Watch Their Feet" (a.k.a.
"Micky And The Outer Space Creatures")
|4743||January 15, 1968||18.0/26.9|
A documented film report by The Dept. of UFO Information of The Monkees foiling an invasion from Planet Zlotnick is shown.
|50||"The Monstrous Monkee Mash"||4767||January 22, 1968||17.4/26.6|
The Monkees attempt to rescue David from Dracula, Wolfman, Mummyman, and Frankenstein's monster in a creepy castle.
|51||"The Monkee's Paw"||4740||January 29, 1968||17.6/26.6|
A broken-down magaician's magical monkey's paw starts to bring the equally broken Monkees luck—unfortunately all bad!
|52||"The Devil And Peter Tork"||4737||February 5, 1968||17.7/27.7|
At a sleazy pawn shop, Peter unwittingly sells his soul to a devilish character in order to purchase a golden harp.
|53||"The Monkees Race Again"
(a.k.a. "Leave The Driving To Us")
|4745||February 12, 1968||19.8/29.9|
David drives The Monkeemobile in an auto race when the British entry is sabotaged by The Baron and his Klutzmobile.
|54||"The Monkees In Paris"
(a.k.a. "The Paris Show")
|4771||February 19, 1968||17.1/26.9|
The Monkees take a vacation from the studio grind and are chased all over The French Capital by girls and gendarmes.
|55||"The Monkees Mind Their Manor"||4751||February 26, 1968||18.8/29.7|
David inherits an English manor but must first win a tournament with lances, swords, and vocal chords.
|56||"Some Like It Lukewarm"
(a.k.a. "The Band Contest")
|4754||March 4, 1968||19.9/31.7|
To enter and win a band contest, David poses as a girl and falls in love with Daphne, posing as a boy.
|57||"The Monkees Blow Their Minds"*||4747||March 11, 1968||16.9/26.8|
The Monkees swing to the rescue when a mentalist gains control of Peter's mind to use him in a nightclub act.
|58||"Mijacogeo" (a.k.a. "The Frodis Caper")*||4770||March 25, 1968||16.3/27.3|
The Monkees battle a mad wizard who hypnotizes TV viewers with a test pattern planted with powers of an alien from outer space!