The Love Boat (1977–1987)
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Maid for Each Other/Lost and Found/Then There Were Two 

Gopher's (Fred Grandy) aunt (Jane Powell), who Gopher doesn't know is a maid, comes aboard with her employer (Mary Wickes) and falls in love with a fellow passenger (Howard Keel); a playboy... See full summary »

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Gopher's (Fred Grandy) aunt (Jane Powell), who Gopher doesn't know is a maid, comes aboard with her employer (Mary Wickes) and falls in love with a fellow passenger (Howard Keel); a playboy (Joe Namath) uses an old girlfriend (Karen Grassle) in a scheme on his best friend (Fred Willard); a baby boy is reluctantly abandoned by his father (Gary Burghoff), who is a ship's mechanic, and finds a sympathetic listener in a passenger (Belinda Montgomery), who is an old high school friend. Written by anonymous

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9 May 1981 (USA)  »

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When Doc asks people to donate blood he only asks for donors with s blood type AB, without mentioning the necessary Rh factor, a critical point he shouldn't have ignored. (If the child's blood type is AB- he could easily die if the donor is AB+.) Alternatively, Doc could have asked for blood type O+, which is universally acceptable by everyone, regardless of their blood type. See more »

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The Love Boat
Written by Paul Williams and Charles Fox
Performed by Jack Jones
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Broadway Joe all aboard!
30 March 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was a better segment than I expected, and 2 of the 3 stories were both done and acted very well, especially by a bearded Gary Burghoff and a non-bearded Jane Powell. The other faces include Howard Keel, Mary Wickes, Fred Willard, and Belinda Montgomery. I don't want to sound too harsh about the Namath/Willard story, but the whole premise seemed a tad silly, especially how a woman(Karen Grassle)would allow herself to be a pawn between both men; that being said, both men were funny together. About 1.5 years before this episode, Willard starred in one of my favorite films, titled Salem's Lot, so I was slightly anxious to see him here, and he did rather well. Without going into much detail, the other 2 stories were more interesting, and had a tinge of sadness to them, save for the awful laugh track. As I said above, the performances of Burghoff and Powell made this a very solid episode.


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