The Love Boat (1977–1987)
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Hidden Treasure/Picture from the Past/Ace's Salary 

A couple is looking for a rare stamp hidden somewhere on the boat. Ace and the crew campaign for a salary raise. A woman avoids Andy Warhol, wanting to forget the time she was in one of his movies.

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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)
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Lionel Cooper
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George Hammond
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Peter Duchin
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Larry Cooper
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Karen Cooper
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Mary Hammond
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Ramon
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A woman (Marion Ross) dodges Andy Warhol; a couple (Andy Griffin and Cloris Leachman) searches for a rare stamp, hidden on the ship by a former cellmate; Ace (Ted McGinley) and the crew campaign for an increase in their salary . Written by anonymous

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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12 October 1985 (USA)  »

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George and Mary Hammond mention their son Chuck. They are played by Tom Bosley and Marion Ross, who played Happy Days' Howard and Marion Cunnungham. At the end of the first season of Happy Days, eldest son Chuck went upstairs, never to be seen again. See more »

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Referenced in Jeopardy!: Episode #22.52 (2005) See more »

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