A spunky gossip reporter (Marcia Wallace) is aboard to write an expose of lust on the high seas. A shy man (Paul Williams) has one week to marry or lose his inheritance. A woman (Barbara ... See full summary »

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A spunky gossip reporter (Marcia Wallace) is aboard to write an expose of lust on the high seas. A shy man (Paul Williams) has one week to marry or lose his inheritance. A woman (Barbara Rhoades) moves out of her chauvinist fiancé's (Dick Gautier) cabin. A suburban widow (Michele Lee) impersonates a glamorous Hollywood socialite. Written by Gary R. Peterson

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The multi-talented singer, songwriter, and actor Paul Williams, who played Nelson Hoag in this episode, also wrote the lyrics for the Love Boat's iconic theme song. See more »

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Ms. O' Roarke: [Scrawling scandalous details in her notebook] This article will make Hugh Hefner blush!
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The Love Boat
Written by Paul Williams and Charles Fox
Performed by Jack Jones
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A Woman Captures Captain Stubing's Heart
25 August 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Musical Cabins is the 23rd episode of the the first season of The Love Boat.Guest stars include Paul Williams,Michele Lee,Richard Gautier, Barbara Rhoades and Marcia Wallace.

The stories of the people of the cruise includes a young bachelor who needs to marry within a week to claim his inheritance worth $3 million;a tabloid reporter uses sex as a subject in writing her next story;a widow captures the Captain's heart; and a chauvinist finds comfort in Doc after angering his fiancée.

Today's episode becomes fun and entertaining especially with the introduction of Irene,played by Michele Lee.She captured Captain Stubing's heart and will become relevant to the show particularly with his love life.


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