A Day In Port
Sep 28, 1985
A group of eight new dancers, called The Mermaids, join the cruise and Isaac falls for their choreographer (Phylicia Rashad), who also happens to be his ex-fiancé. Meanwhile, Gopher helps solve a dispute among the ship's laundry workers, and Judy falls for a rich man with shady connections.
Temptations, Your Money or Your Wife, Joint Custody
Oct 05, 1985
In "Temptations," written by Richard Gurman, when the singing group boards to film a video, the captain's daughter, Vicki (Jill Whelan), finds herself in an uncomfortable position when she asks the sarcastic manager (Spound) if the group will consent to entertaining the passengers. A loan shark (Tayback), chasing one of his overdue customers (Cover), tells the man that he wants to spend the night with the woman (Ms. Stevens) he thinks is his wife.
Picture From the Past, Hidden Treasure, Ace's Salary
Oct 12, 1985
A passenger does all she can to stop Andy Warhol (guest starring as himself) from telling her husband she was in one of his films. Meanwhile, a married couple (Cloris Leachman and Andy Griffith) scour the boat in search of a rare stamp, and Ace leads the charge on pay raises for the crew.
Riviera Cruise: The Villa/The Racer's Edge/Love or Money/The Accident - Part 1
Nov 03, 1985
Doc is the target for a swindle by a lovely tourist guide and her deceitful brother, while the wife of a retired champion cyclist gives her husband an ultimatum if he returns for one more race. Plus, a financially strapped woman reunites with a former flame, and Ace is caught in the middle of two women who both hope to snag a rich husband.
Riviera Cruise: The Villa/The Racer's Edge/Love or Money/The Accident - Part 2
Nov 03, 1985
In "The Racer's Edge," written by Christopher Vane and Jill Baer, a championship racer (Coleman) on his honeymoon with his wife (Ms. Whelchel) goes against her wishes to help his former coach (Morgan) by competing in a bicycle race. Unfortunately, this decision could mean the end of the couple's short marriage. Romance abounds as a woman (Ms. Smith) beset by sudden financial difficulty meets a former flame (Ferrer), a gambler who once left her. However, an adversary (Stevens) may come between the reunited lovers, in "The Villa," written by Michael Grace. Handsome ship's photographer Ace (McGinley) has an interesting time with two American women (Audrey Landers and Judy Landers) who are out to snag wealthy husbands, creating some confusion in "All For One," written by Mike Marmer.
Soap Star, The Iron Man, Good Time Girls
Nov 23, 1985
Three college girls try to put the moves on Ace, while Doc reveals a surprising diagnosis for a professional athlete in training. Then, Judy's soap-opera star aunt, Sylvia (Carol Channing), finds out her best friend (Betty White) is trying to go behind her back to get on the same daytime show.
Trouble in Paradise, No More Mister Nice Guy, The Mermaid and the Con
Nov 30, 1985
Former cruise director Julie returns when her marriage is in trouble. Meanwhile, a Mermaid dancer (Teri Hatcher) worries that a cop on board may recognize her from a past crime. Plus, Ace has to prove he's ready for more responsibility by firing two employees.
Roomates, Heartbreaker, Out of the Blue
Dec 07, 1985
While Vicki and Judy's friendship is put to the test when they become roommates, a professional golfer (Jeff Conaway) discovers a disheartening truth about the woman he loves. Meanwhile, a multimillionaire traveling aboard the Pacific Princess promises to make everyone's dreams come true.
Wedding Cruise: Father of the Bride/The Best Man/Members of the Wedding
Jan 11, 1986
A private wedding cruise takes over the ship and the bride-to-be has a history with Ace. At the same time, the bride's father faces bankruptcy, the best man falls for the bride's sister, and a wedding crasher is on the lookout for potential conquests.
Picture Me A Spy, Daredevil, Sleeper
Jan 18, 1986
When Ace meets a Russian girl who's traveling with her father, he's not sure whether to trust them or suspect them of spying. Also, an international daredevil (Peter Scolari) learns that his love interest (Courtney Cox) isn't impressed by his hijinks, and Doc discovers a senator's wife is a sleepwalker.
Who's the Champ?, Miss Mon, Gopher's Delusion
Feb 01, 1986
As Hulk Hogan guest stars, two pro wrestlers vie for a spot in the ring, but things get out of hand when one of them romances the other's sister. Meanwhile, Gopher has been hypnotized to believe he's the captain. Finally, a woman has to decide whether she should tell the man she's dating that she recently become pregnant via artificial insemination.
Egyptian Cruise - Part 1
Feb 09, 1986
The captain reminisces with a dear friend's widow, while Doc gets an Egyptian souvenir that may turn out to be extremely valuable. Then, a woman leans on a former student when she loses patience for her inattentive husband, and an actress matches wits with a reporter.
Egyptian Cruise - Part 2
Feb 09, 1986
!n "Egypt," written by Duane Poole and Tom Swale, the captain (Gavin MacLeod) has a bittersweet reunion with the widow (Jean Stapleton) of one of his dearest friends. She is trying to get over her spouse's demise, and Stubing and another man (Campanella) make life more meaningful for her. When Doc (Bernie Kopell) purchases an Egyptian souvenir, it turns out to be of extreme value. Soon, Doc, Gopher (Fred Grandy) and Isaac (Ted Lange) are caught in a web of mystery and mummies when they meet a beautiful woman (Ms. Oxenberg) and a mysterious man (Putch), both claiming to be representatives of the Egyptian government. When a teacher (Ms. Harper) meets a handsome younger man (Show), she and her cold, inattentive husband (Sloyan) learn more about their unhappy marriage of many years. While on location for a movie, a beautiful but jaded actress (Ms. Adair) meets her match in a reporter (Everett) who has been hired by the film's producer (Astin) to write a behind-the-scenes story.
Hello, Emily, The Tour Guide, The Winning Number
Feb 15, 1986
A widow named Emily Haywood (Marion Ross) grows fond of Captain Stubing but doesn't handle rejection well. Meanwhile, a tour guide gets so distracted, she loses her tour group in Acapulco. Finally, a recent lottery winner lets newfound wealth go to his head.
The Second Time Around - Runaway, Go Home - Hello, Spencer
Feb 22, 1986
Captain Stubing welcomes back Emily Haywood (Marion Ross) and, this time, he might be more receptive to romance. Meanwhile, The Gatlin Brothers play themselves as they hide a 16-year-old runaway. Plus, a comedian is crushed to find he hasn't actually been booked to perform on the ship.
What Goes Around Comes Around, The Prodigy, Second Banana
Mar 08, 1986
A passenger gives one last show with his performing orangutan before the ape retires, while Capt. Stubing helps a passenger overcome a gambling addiction. Then, Doc works with a radio talk-show psychologist to help her overcome her own personal problems.
Whatever Happened to Crazy Joe Flash, Gothic Romance, We'll Meet Again
Mar 15, 1986
A rockstar goes incognito while on vacation aboard the cruise, but falls for a woman who fantasizes about being romantically involved with his alter ego. Then, Ace is at the center of a romance novelist's fantasies, while a couple celebrates their 10th anniversary... just not with either of their spouses.
The Prediction, The Will, Deja Vu
Mar 22, 1986
A psychic passenger (Eva Gabor) predicts the end of the world is near and the premonition spooks Gopher. Meanwhile, a widowed passenger learns her late husband planned a cruise for her, and an amnesiac meets someone important from the life he'd forgotten.
Spain Cruise: The Matadors/Mrs. Jameson Comes Out/Love's Labors Found/Marry Me, Marry Me - Part 1
May 03, 1986
A famous bullfighter (Cesar Romero) finds out his son (Lorenzo Lamas) wants to be a writer instead of following in his father's footsteps. Plus, Captain Stubing helps a woman recently released from prison connect with her daughter, while Isaac spots a pregnant and unmarried stowaway. Finally, an attractive passenger attempts to date both Vicki and Judy at the same time.
Spain Cruise: The Matadors/Mrs. Jameson Comes Out/Love's Labors Found/Marry Me, Marry Me - Part 2
May 03, 1986
In "The Matadors," written by Michael Grace, a famous former bullfighter (Romero) receives a lesson in understanding when he finds out that his grandson (Lamas) does not wish to carry on the family tradition. The drama is heightened when the young man meets a woman (Ms. Crosby) who is to interview the grandfather. She too discovers how she feels about the ritual. in a poignant story, Capt. Stubing (Gavin MacLeod) helps a woman (Ms. Thompson) recently released from prison to reunite with her daughter (Ms. Anderson), accompanied by her fiance (Moses), in "Mrs. Jameson Comes Out," written by Mike Marmer. Isaac (Ted Lange) has his hands full when he meets a saucy gal (Ms. Brown) who decides to stow away, in "Love's Labor Found," written by Ben Joelson and Art Baer. Mykel (ca) T. Williamson also guests in this segment. In"Marry Me,Marry Me," written by Lan O'Kun, a very attractive man (Zmed) gets more than he bargained for when Judy and Vicki (Patricia Klous and Jill Whelan) find out he's been wooing both of them.
My Stepmother, Myself - Cornerback Sneak - Almost Roommates
May 17, 1986
Vicki isn't happy with her father's plans to marry Emily Haywood (Marion Ross), while an aging football star meets the team's new owner and tries to avoid being cut. Then, a crew member is in a pickle when he brings his girlfriend aboard only to discover they don't have a cabin to themselves.
Happily Ever After, Mr. Smith Goes to Minikula, Have I Got A Job For You
May 24, 1986
Captain Stubing gets cold feet as his wedding to Emily Haywood (Marion Ross) nears. At the same time, Gopher is indecisive about accepting a job offer at a tropical resort, while Ace gets his hopes up about becoming Gopher's replacement on the Pacific Princess.