In "The Inspector," Capt. Stubing, Doc Bricker, cruise director Julie McCoy, Isaac, the bartender, and the purser, Gopher, feel edgy when they hear that an efficiency expert, hired by the ship's owners, is watching their every move while posing as a passenger. Suspects include a note-taking fuddy duddy named Waterman (Jim Backus), little Mrs. Corwin (Patti MacLeod), who appears to be permanently confused, and Mr. Zidresczky (Jack Bernardi), who wanders around the ship asking the same question in a language no one understands. The script was written by Bruce Howard. Jane (Debralee Scott) is plain, but her friend, Melanie (Laurette Spang), is lovely. Mike (Bob Seagren), the best looking guy aboard, latches on to Melanie while his shy pal, Doug (Sal Viscuso), and Jane quietly take the love boat to paradise, in "A Very Special Girl," scripted by Jerry Winnick. Handsome, middle-aged Brian Sherwood (Paul Burke) and pretty young SarahLambert (Susan Blanchard) cherish every moment they spend together, but the loving relationship is not what it appears to be in "Until the Last Goodbye." Ben Joelson and Art Baer wrote the script. Roger Buchowny directed all episodes.
Air Date: Feb 11, 1978