The Duke clan is divided when Bo falls in love with a girl who owns a traveling daredevil show.
Bo Duke continues his bull-headed attempt to go ahead in a death-defying stunt car act, while, the Duke family finds out that someone is trying to murder the carnival's stunt drivers.
While working at the race track in New Mexico, Banner's professional instincts are aroused by the plight of a race driver's brother, a man with developmental disabilities. His attempts to help him are met with resistance until the Hulk surfaces to save the brother after he is goaded into driving a defective car in the demolition derby.
While visiting Erica Renny Burke, Tiffany's old college friend, the Angels are alerted to mysterious and sinister occurrences in the Burke mansion. Erica Renny Burke is frightened but her husband, Cliff, admonishes her for being so cowardly. Tiffany has frightening, recurring dreams about a party in which a woman confined to a wheelchair falls down a staircase. When a caretaker relates the circumstances involving the death of Burke's first wife, Madeline, exactly as Tiffany had dreamed, the Angels suspect foul play. One day before Burke's lavish Halloween party, Erica injures herself and is confined to a wheelchair. Cliff is hounded by racketeer George Harper to pay an enormous debt. Cliff covers it, using the estate as collateral. More mysterious happenings lead the Angels to believe that Madeline's spirit is haunting the place and trying to speak to them. They search a dark and frightening passageway. Tiffany discovers evidence implying that Cliff deliberately killed Madeline for her money. They assume he will kill Erica too. At the party at the proper moment, Cliff pushes Erica down the staircase but Tiffany stops her fall. In the melee, Cliff slips and tumbles mysteriously down the stairs ending his life in a broken heap at the bottom. The Angels notice that the presence has disappeared and assume that the spirit of Madeline is avenged and at peace now.
At a luxurious but remote tropical island resort, the enigmatic Mr. Roarke somehow makes the secret dreams of his well-heeled guests come true, although twists of fate occasionally turn those dreams into nightmares. He is assisted by Tattoo, a little person who could be trusted to sing out, "Da plane! Da plane!" as each group of guests arrived. In the final season of the series, Roarke is joined by Lawrence, a dapper Englishman. As a sort of anthology series, the show featured new guest stars each week, and many big names of the era made a trip onto "Fantasy Island."
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