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.
Air Date: May 3, 1986