A woman (Amanda Blake), accompanied by her man-hunting daughter (Karen Morrow), finds romance with a man confined to a wheelchair (Barry Sullivan) although his male companion (Werner Klemperer), doesn't approve; Julie (Lauren Tewes) has second thoughts about her career when an old happily married friend (Joan Hackett) and her son (Adam Rich) board the cruise; and a man (Eddie Mekka), traveling with his girlfriend (Lani O'Grady), finds that his theories on male-female relationships don't hold true. In OLDIES BUT GOODIES, written by producer Henry Colman, when the woman and her man-hunting daughter arrive on the ship, the mother is attracted to a disabled man but their relationship is hampered by his snobby and obnoxious aide. In THE GRASS IS ALWAYS GREENER, written by Jan Jessel, Julio thinks she's opted for the wrong career when she meets her happily married friend who took the cruise director course with her - especially when she feels that Capt. Stubing is overly friendly to the woman. In THE STAGES OF LOVE, written by Tom Dunsmuir, a man believes men and women have relationships in three stages, but is in for a surprise when his last stage is supposed to occur.
Air Date: Sep 22, 1979