The Love Boat: Season 1, Episode 20

Memories of You/Computerman/Parlez Vous? (13 Feb. 1978)

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Passenger Lily is haunted by an amnesia victim. Computer-dating service manager Nick woos Julie and offers his matchmaking services for Valentine's Day. Americans Brigitte and Yvonne pretend to be French in order to get men and gifts.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lilly Mackim (as Patty Duke Astin)
Nick Heider
Brigitte LeBlanc
Denny Evans ...
Sam Worth
Ted Wilcox / Alex Fowler (as Rick Nelson)
Penny Jacobs (as Carole Ita White)
Heather McKenzie
Lawrence P. Casey ...
Daryl Matson (as Lawrence Casey)
Susan Silo ...
Yvonne Boulanger


Two American women (Barbi Benton and Susan Silo) pretend they are French, in order to get men and gifts; Julie (Lauren Tewes) is wooed by a man (Frankie Avalon) who runs a computer-dating service and offers his computer matchmaking for the Valentine's Day cruise; a woman (Patty Duke Astin) believes another passenger (Ricky Nelson), who has amnesia, is a former lost-love. Written by Chris Andrews

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Comedy | Drama | Romance




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13 February 1978 (USA)  »

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First acting credit (where she plays a scripted character) for Shelley Long. Interestingly, she plays a bookish intellectual who is mismatched with a vain narcissist (named Sam) who can't appreciate her for who she is. The same situation would later make her famous fours years later on the TV show Cheers (1982). See more »


Yvonne Boulanger: [after "accidentally" dumping a glass of red wine on Gopher's white uniform coat] Oh, Gopher, je suis desolée!
Ship's Purser 'Gopher' Smith: [trying to dry himself off] Je suis Beaujolais!
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