Mr. Roarke becomes the object of an engaged woman's (Stephanie Faracy) affections, while a widow (Juliet Prowse) and her daughter (Jamie Rose) fall for the same man.
A housewife (Katherine Helmond) attempts to demonstrate the difficulty of her duties to her husband, and a prostitute (Melinda Culea) seeks a genuine relationship.
To reward a trio of nurses (Joanna Cassidy, Pat Klous, Eleanor Parker) who cared for him during a hospital stay, a businessman (Peter Graves) gives them each a dream vacation fantasy.
A youngster (Victoria Spelling) asks an elderly grouch (George Kennedy) about her parents' death, and a showbiz legend (Milton Berle) seeks a reunion with his old partners (Imogene Coca, Howard Morris).
A retired dancer (Cyd Charisse) wants to perform again, and a wealthy widow (Lee Meriwether) in love with her butler (Efrem Zlmbalist, Jr.) hopes to learn that he also cares for her.
A man (Stuart Damon) interferes with his widowed mother's (Dorothy McGuire) new romance, and a woman (Cristina Ferrare) tries to win back her husband (Geoffrey Scott) from his mistress.
The wife (Jeannie Wilson) of a doctor (Gordon Thomson) relives her wedding day by leaving him for someone else, and a man (Richard Gilliland) finds himself isolated with two lovely women.
A terminally ill billionaire (Jose Ferrer) seeks someone to dispense his fortune, and a divorced mother (Florence
Henderson) wants a carefree life.
A beauty contest promoter (Paul Burke) plans to make his daughter the winner, and a movie star (Stella Stevens) wants back the children she gave up for adoption years earlier.