The Love Boat (1977–1987)
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Isaac's Double Standard/One More Time/Chimpanzeeshines 

Isaac's mom and her male companion share a cabin. Julie books divorced entertainers Lenny and Mitzy, who can't get along together. Gopher hides a thieving chimpanzee that brings him in contact with a nose job patient.

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Episode cast overview:
Lenny Camen
Millie Washington
Mitzy Monroe
Cynthia Parker
Charlene Franks (as Tracey Reed)
Louise ...
Louise the chimpanzee
Kim Lankford ...
Anne Parker
Arthur Adams ...
Roy Harwood, D.D.S.
Man in Bar


When Isaac's girlfriend (Tracy Reed) comes on board to spend some time with him, so does his mother (Pearl Bailey). And he's shocked to see that she and her male companion (Arthur Adams) are staying in the same cabin and he doesn't approve. And Julie books a divorced couple of entertainers (Don Adams and Nanette Fabray), who can't get along but have to, when Julie tells them that one of them will have to pay for their passage if they don't perform. And Gopher brings on board a chimpanzee, who goes around pilfering things but brings him in contact with a girl (Kim Lankford), who just had a nose job and is hesitant to remove the bandage. Written by

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Comedy | Drama | Romance





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14 January 1978 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Isaac's Mother
6 July 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Isaac's Double Standard/One More Time/Chimpanzeeshines is the fourteenth episode of the first season of The Love Boat.The guest stars includes Pearl Bailey,Nanette Fabray, Don Adams,Tracey Reed, Arthur Adams, Kim Lankford, Louise the Chimp, Allyn Ann McLerie.

Stories included in it are humorous and funny especially with the appearance of Isaac's mother as she shocks her son by sharing quarters with her current boyfriend.Apparently she does this as she tries to get his attention considering that Isaac spends more time with her lady friend instead of his possessive mother.A monkey almost puts a halt to Gopher's romance.Finally,a divorced comedy team are busy trying to make jokes on their own while not trying to admit that they miss each other.

There are a lot of humorous scenes that will definitely provide the viewer some sort of escapism which the show provided while was still on air back in the 70's.But after some careful consideration,it will definitely come to mind that gone are the days when simplistic shows like this made viable success.Despite dated jokes,it still a joy to watch especially on how times were simple back then.

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