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Isaac's Aegean Affair/The Captain and the Kid/Poor Rich Man/The Dean and the Flunkee: Part 2 

Conclusion. Capt. Stubing's daughter falls in love. A beloved crew member decides to leave the ship.

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Conclusion. Capt. Stubing's daughter falls in love. A beloved crew member decides to leave the ship.

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The Cruise To Greece Ends
18 March 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Isaac's Aegean Affair/The Captain and the Kid/Poor Rich Man/The Dean and the Flunkee – Part 2" is the second part of the 15th episode in this sixth year of The Love Boat.The guest stars include Eddie Albert, Debbie Allen, Shirley Jones, Leigh McCloskey, Jimmy McNichol, William R. Moses, Eva Marie Saint, Parker Stevenson and Lisa Whelchel.

This is the concluding part of the cruise to Greece.We get to see Captain Stubing's daughter has fallen in love with the Greek prodigy.Also,we get to witness a college dean being targeted by two students.Finally,an honor student's romance has become a failure.

Well,the cruise to Greece has ended.We get to see interesting tales happening on the boat and among the crew.By the way,it was also nice to see wonderful guests such as Parker Stevenson and Eva Marie Saint.


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