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The Love Boat: Disco Baby/Alas, Poor Dwyer/After the War/Ticket to Ride/Itsy Bitsy (1)

"Alas, Poor Dwyer" by Barry Blitzer
Julie is driving everybody nuts with the approaching Haley high school reunion aboard the cruise ship. Julie's English teacher, Malcom Dwyer (Raymond Burr), a lonely alcoholic, is aboard ship for Julie's class reunion. Ross, a famed football player, comes aboard and reencounters Jason and DeLuca.
"After the War" by Carmen Finestra
Jack and Kathy Forbes (John Rubinstein and Judi West)arrive for the reunion and get shocked at seeing their oldfriend Mike Kelly (Michael Cole)crippled in a wheelchair, a war victim.
"Itsy Bitsy" by Howard Albretch & Sol Weinstein
Doc has fallen for one of Julie's former schoolmates pictured in the school yearbook.
"Ticket to Ride" Joyce Armor & Judie Neer
Julie learns her friend Wendy has divorced from Tom (David Landsberg) and an unknown admirer has sent her the cruise ticket.
"Disco Baby" by Ray Jessel
Joey, a former Julie's boyfriend, is now teaming with Sherry, her rival at high school, as dance partners.
First of two parts.

Episode Info
Episode number: 2x18
Airdate: Saturday February 03rd, 1979

Guest Stars
Bob DenverBob Denver
As Jason Markham
Christopher George (1)Christopher George (1)
As Ross Randall
Conchata FerrellConchata Ferrell
As Bitsy
David LandsbergDavid Landsberg
As Tom
John RubinsteinJohn Rubinstein
As Jack Forbes
Judi WestJudi West
As Kathy Forbes
Kelly MonteithKelly Monteith
As Pete DeLuca
Kim DarbyKim Darby
As Wendy
Lisa HartmanLisa Hartman
As Sherry
Michael ColeMichael Cole
As Mike Kelly
Michael LembeckMichael Lembeck
As Joey
Raymond BurrRaymond Burr
As Malcolm Dwyer
Main Cast
Gavin MacLeodGavin MacLeod
As Captain Merrill Stubing
Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerAaron Spelling
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