September 24, 1977 - May 24, 1986
ABC Situation Comedy - 249 Episodes


Captain Merrill Stubing:   Gavin MacLeod
Doctor Adam Bricker:   Bernie Kopell
Bartender Isaac Washington:   Ted Lange
Purser Gopher Smith:   Fred Grandy
Cruise Director Julie McCoy:   Lauren Tewes
Cruise Director Judy McCoy:   Pat Klous
Vicki Stubing:   Jill Whelan
Photographer Ace Evans:   Ted McGinley
Emily Stubing:   Marion Ross

Loveboat Mermaids:
Susie:   Debbie Bartlett
Maria:   Tori Brenno
Sheila:   Macarena Camacho
Jane:   Nanci L. Hammond
Amy:   Teri Hatcher
Patti:   Debra Johnson
Starlight:   Andrea Moen
Mary Beth:   Beth Myatt

Set aboard the Pacific Princess, a luxury cruise ship which
embarked each week on a romantic, sentimental, and often
hilarious voyage across tropic seas. Three or four stories
told on each telecast were interwoven and often involved
the ship's crew, who were seen on the show every week.

Famous movie and TV stars were delighted to accept guest
roles on The Love Boat's floating sound stage, combining
work with travel to exotic locations. Most of the episodes
were filmed on two real cruise ships, the Pacific Princess
and the Island Princess, during their regular voyages from
the Virgin Islands to Alaska. Paying passengers were
invited to participate as extras.

They made 25 episodes of Love Boat: The Next Wave which
aired on UPN between April 1998 and May 1999.


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