The Love Boat (1977–1987)
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Love Me, Love My Dog/Poor Little Rich Girl/The Decision 

A former waitress (Maren Jensen), who inherited a fortune, isn't sure if her boyfriend (Dennis Cole) loves her or her money; a man (Gene Rayburn) is interested in a woman (Fannie Flagg) but... See full summary »

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Alan Harmon
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Alicia Finch
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Suzanna Wells
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Mason Randolph
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Himself
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Psychiatrist
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A former waitress (Maren Jensen), who inherited a fortune, isn't sure if her boyfriend (Dennis Cole) loves her or her money; a man (Gene Rayburn) is interested in a woman (Fannie Flagg) but her dog (Cricket, a terrier) doesn't like him; Isaac (Ted Lange) falls for a woman (Debbie Allen), who's engaged. Written by Glorified Gopher

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24 February 1979 (USA)  »

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Isaac's Love Affairs
7 September 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Love Me, Love My Dog / Poor Little Rich Girl / The Decision" is the 20th episode of the second season of The Love Boat.The guests appearing in it are Debbie Allen, Dennis Cole, Fannie Flagg, Maren Jensen, Gene Rayburn, Cricket and Noah Keen.

The stories that happens during this cruise of the Pacific Princess are:a gentleman tries to take a hit on a woman by she is with a terrier that sort of gives her a "protection" from him; a waitress inherits a fortune and she is adjusting to her new life and her former boyfriend's renewed interest; and we get to witness Isaac becomes depressed with his love affairs.

Its interesting to see a dog become central to one of the stories of the episode.Also,it was nice to see Isaac become the focus of one of the stories as the viewers have had lots of stories revolve around Captain Stubing,Julie and Doc.


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