The Love Boat (1977–1987)
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Gothic Romance/Whatever Happened to Crazy Joe Flash?/We'll Meet Again 

Searching for inspiration, a romance novelist (Morgan Brittany) fantasizes that Ace (Ted McGinley) is courting her; a rock star (Joe Regalbuto) tries to act like a regular guy and finds ... See full summary »

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Captain Merrill Stubing
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Doctor Adam Bricker
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Ship's Purser 'Gopher' Smith
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Bartender Isaac Washington
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Vicki Stubing
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Ship's Photographer Ashley 'Ace' Covington Evans
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Cruise Director Judy McCoy (as Patricia Klous)
The Love Boat Mermaids ...
Themselves
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Janice (as Jayne Meadows Allen)
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Katherine Wilde
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Myles
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Joyce Anderson
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Herb Hanson / Crazy Joe Flash
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Henry Gordon
Debbie Bartlett ...
Susie - Love Boat Mermaid (as Deborah Bartlett)
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Searching for inspiration, a romance novelist (Morgan Brittany) fantasizes that Ace (Ted McGinley) is courting her; a rock star (Joe Regalbuto) tries to act like a regular guy and finds romance with another passenger (Donna Pescow); a couple (Jayne Meadows and Bill Macy) who regularly take the cruise and have the same cabin, for ten years, are really married to other people and sneaking away for the cruise. Written by anonymous

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15 March 1986 (USA)  »

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The segment "We'll Meet Again", which features Bill Macy and Jayne Meadows, is loosely based on the play "Same Time, Next Year" by Robert Mulligan. The film version of which starred Alan Alda and Ellen Burstyn. The film was nominated for multiple Academy Awards, including Best Screenplay based on other material for Bernard Slade, and Best Actress for Ellen Burstyn. Both Alan Alda and Ms. Burstyn were nominated for best acting Golden Globes, which Ms. Burstyn won. See more »

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