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The Love Boat: Gopher's Greatest Hits/The Vacation/One Rose a Day

In GOPHER'S GREATEST HITS, when Gopher agrees to take over for a sick performer he finds out that his vocal cords are not the most entertaining factor in his act. The segment was written by Lee Aronsohn. In THE VACATION, written by Ann Gibbs and Joe Kimmel, two sisters who usually take the cruise together are joined by one sister's husband. When he finds out about the prior trips they have taken, he learns more about trust in the institution of marriage. In ONE ROSE A DAY, written by co-producer Henry Colman, when the widow meets the man (Don Ameche) responsible for sending her a remembrance even after her husband's death, she is in for a heartrending surprise.

"Gopher's Greatest Hits" — Gopher thinks he's headed for stardom after he fills in for a singer in the lounge; "The Vacation" — A man (Conrad Janis) thinks his wife (Joanna Cassidy) is having an affair after he learns of her escapades on past cruises with her sister (Jaye P. Morgan); and "One Rose a Day" — A widow (Martha Scott) on the cruise learns more about love and life after receiving a romantic surprise.

Episode Info


Episode number: 3x6
Production Number: K-56
Airdate: Saturday October 13th, 1979



Guest Stars
Don AmecheDon Ameche
As unknown
Recurring
Joanna CassidyJoanna Cassidy
As unknown
Recurring
Conrad JanisConrad Janis
As unknown
Jaye P. MorganJaye P. Morgan
As unknown
Martha ScottMartha Scott
As Janet Latham
Main Cast
Gavin MacLeodGavin MacLeod
As Captain Merrill Stubing
Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerAaron Spelling
 
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