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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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A woman doctor treats flu-stricken Doc; a woman sees her former ballet partner; a jilted girl invites a cab driver to sail with her.
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A wedding cruise to Alaska brings love and conflicts to both the guests and Julie; guests Lorne Greene, Mark Harmon.
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A wedding cruise to Alaska brings love and conflicts to both the guests and Julie; guests Lorne Greene, Mark Harmon.
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Gopher unintentionally hurts his father; a woman whose children are grown learns she is pregnant; a woman wins her stepdaughters' love.
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A husband feels neglected; a woman meets a beau she thought was killed in battle; April returns to learn Julie's job.
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A rock singer wants to change his act after meeting a girl; Doc helps a husband express his love; the crew overhears mystery writers.
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Julie tries gently to discourage a teenage admirer; a family feud threatens a union settlement; Stubing's anniversary gift is wrecked.
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Julie's friend falls for Stubing; Gopher helps his neighbor find romance; overprotective offspring pursue an eloping, elderly couple.
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Isaac loves a girl (Debbie Allen) considering marriage; an heiress thinks men just want her money; a dog rejects its mistress' suitor.
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Stubing is considered for a prestigious command; a woman makes a date with a friend's fiance; an ex-surgeon criticizes Doc's practice.
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Julie's high-school-reunion cruise brings love and conflicts to crew members and passengers; guest Raymond Burr.
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Julie's high-school-reunion cruise brings love and conflicts to crew members and passengers; guest Raymond Burr.
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A widower and his son fall for the same girl; a bachelor is allergic to marriage; Stubing tries to rehabilitate a teenage shoplifter.
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Gopher is asked to manage a resort hotel; a rich widow plans to live on board; a magician substitutes for his magician brother.
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One of Doc's ex-wives wants him back; a marriage counselor wants his marriage to be "open"; a woman panics when an old love appears.
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Twins decide they want each other's fiances; a dummy helps a ventriloquist team's marriage; a widower with daughters proposes to Julie.
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A woman chooses between Stubing and Doc; a couple's newly adopted "baby" is 7 years old; an executive is introduced to a jobseeker.
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Doc must operate on an elderly woman; a crewman has to take the place of a dignitary; a divorced man falls for his ex-wife's attorney.
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Julie learns she is the subject of a romantic wager; a girl falls for a man whose parents are little people; a man meets his film idol.
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The crew hides the family of a ship's engineer; a minister falls for an exotic dancer; an almost-blind woman won't admit her problem.
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A ghost plays matchmaker for his widow; Gopher's formerly chubby sister has designs on Doc; a divorced couple are locked in together.

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