The Love Boat (1977–1987)
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Ages of Man/Bo 'n Sam/Families 

Attracted to an older man (Paul Burke), Julie (Lauren Tewes) discovers she is being pursued by a teen with a crush (Patrick Labyorteaux); Bo and Sam (Philip Charles MacKenzie and Michael ... See full summary »

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Attracted to an older man (Paul Burke), Julie (Lauren Tewes) discovers she is being pursued by a teen with a crush (Patrick Labyorteaux); Bo and Sam (Philip Charles MacKenzie and Michael Tucci) break a ship model, meant for a party to celebrate Stubing's fifth year as Captain, and work to fix it in time; a couple (Ellen Bry and Mark Shera) try to find common ground between their parents (Leslie Nielsen and Arlene Dahl). Written by Uber Geek

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10 March 1979 (USA)  »

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Julie's grandmother's middle name is Myrtle. See more »

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The Love Boat
Written by Paul Williams and Charles Fox
Performed by Jack Jones
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Awkward Love Triangle Involving Julie
8 September 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Ages of Man / Bo 'n Sam / Families" is the 22nd episode of the second season of The Love Boat. The stars appearing on it are Paul Burke, Arlene Dahl, Patrick Labyorteaux, Leslie Nielsen, Mark Shera, Philip Charles MacKenzie, Michael Tucci, Ellen Bry, James Dobson, James Hackett and Bill Smillie.

In this particular cruise of the Pacific Princess,we get to witness Julie fall in love with an older man while an adolescent boy fall hard for her.Aside from this awkward love triangle involving Julie,we also witness rival publishers clash with one another while their children fall in love with each other a la Shakepeare's Romeo and Juliet.Finally,the crew prepare a celebration of Captain Stubing's anniversary.

The episode could have been more interesting had it not had themes that viewers are familiar with like story lines of Romeo and Juliet as well as the romantic interludes of Julie which has become familiar to the show.


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