The Love Boat: Season 2, Episode 16

Gopher's Opportunity/The Switch/Home Sweet Home (20 Jan. 1979)

TV Episode  |  TV-G  |   |  Comedy, Drama, Romance
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Gopher's (Fred Grandy) friend (Bobby Van) offers him a job managing his hotel; a magician's (Michael Gregory) assistant (Melinda Naud) is upset when the magician sends his brother (Ron ... See full summary »

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Melody Livingston
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Maggie Walsh
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Al Breyer
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Phil Livingston
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Charlie Fletcher
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Hetty Waterhouse
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Ken Breyer
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Gopher's (Fred Grandy) friend (Bobby Van) offers him a job managing his hotel; a magician's (Michael Gregory) assistant (Melinda Naud) is upset when the magician sends his brother (Ron Palillo) to replace him in the act; a woman (Nancy Walker) moves her furniture into a ship's cabin, so she can get closer to a ship's porter (Abe Vigoda), to whom she is attracted. Written by Glorified Gopher

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During Al Breyer's magic act he brings Julie onto the stage to help him with an illusion. He asks Julie how tall she is; she replies, "about five foot six." Breyer then replies that she's about to be "two foot nine and two foot nine" because he's going to saw her in half. If Breyer were to saw Julie into two equal 2'9" halves, she would be 5'8" tall, not 5'6". See more »

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