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"The Loooooove Boat " is the familiar refrain that greets viewers at the start of each episode of this long-running series. The romantic-sounding Love Boat promises -- and delivers -- something for everyone. Specifically, it promises a cavalcade of famous guest stars (including many film stars making rare TV appearances), breezy plots, stories of love and plenty of laughs. Join the members of the Pacific Princess crew, headed by Capt. Stubing (Gavin MacLeod), as they greet passengers for the trip of a lifetime. Three made-for-TV movies were made before the series premiered in 1977.

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aired 145 days ago
A woman captain pursues Gopher; a older couple sees a friend with a younger woman; a former police officer investigates Vicki's friend.
aired 145 days ago
A young man says he is Doc's son; a client's daughter sidetracks an ad man; an escort pursues an older man's (Chuck Connors) companion.
aired 145 days ago
A landlady plans to sue a tenant; a professor meets his replacement; a magician's daughter falls in love.
aired 146 days ago
Vicki meets a young passenger with a drug problem; Gopher's uncle (Red Buttons) falls in love; a man enters into a competitive romance.
aired 146 days ago
A movie actress (Joan Collins) charms the captain; a married passenger meets an old beau; a hairdresser pines for a former girlfriend.
aired 146 days ago
A recuperating woman (Joan Rivers) seeks renewal; a lawyer's parents consider divorce; Gopher becomes involved with a pretty stowaway.
aired 148 days ago
Doc meets a successful med-school classmate (James Noble); a shy genius seeks romance; two companions tell their children the truth.
aired 148 days ago
Another ship's captain (McLean Stevenson) eyes Capt. Stubing's job; two men vie for the same woman; a working girl pretends to be rich.
aired 148 days ago
A psychic (Greer Garson) wants to alter her future; a single parent (Kim Darby) juggles relationships; Isaac suffers a hearing loss.
aired 152 days ago
A boy faces two fathers; a woman introduces her wheelchair-bound boyfriend to her parents; the crew ends bickering with reminiscing.
aired 152 days ago
A daughter meets her long-lost father (Dan Rowan); a teenager (Kim Richards) pursues Gopher; a shrewd woman falls for a married man.
aired 152 days ago
A psychic (Connie Stevens) predicts happiness; a competitive man (David Doyle) demands too much from his son; an older man vexes Julie.
aired 153 days ago
A couple secretly plans divorce; a betrothed girl falls in love; smitten Gopher is kidnapped; a divorcee meets a count.
aired 153 days ago
A couple secretly plans divorce; a betrothed girl falls in love; smitten Gopher is kidnapped; a divorcee meets a count.
aired 153 days ago
The crew thinks a bride wants her groom dead; a boy learns a secret from his past; a woman boards to meet her pen pal.
aired 154 days ago
Vicki is infatuated with Gopher; a publisher falls for an author's niece; two try to cheat each other in a treasure hunt.
aired 154 days ago
The company doctor eyes Isaac; a mother and daughter want the same man; a man tries to palm off his boring fiancee.
aired 156 days ago
A man offers the crew $10,000 to find him a wife; a girl must confront her former love; a man tries to dump his assistant for a blonde.
aired 156 days ago
Stubing hears about a former love; a man wants to leave his companion aboard; a man claims he was attacked.
aired 156 days ago
Gopher thinks he recognizes a woman; a pianist debates ending his retirement; a man tries to claim workers' compensation for insanity.
aired 160 days ago
A widow plays matchmaker for her sister; Isaac's dental filling receives transmissions; a couple's vow stops at "obey."

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