Stubing has prenuptial jitters; Ace is prepared to take over as purser if Gopher accepts an offer to manage a tropical resort.
Stubing's pending marriage upsets Vicki; a veteran football player faces being cut; a cook (Michael Winslow) has two roommates.
A matador clashes with his grandson; a released convict seeks her daughter; Isaac finds a stowaway; a man woos two women.
A matador's grandson (Lorenzo Lamas) has other career plans; Stubing helps an ex-convict reconcile with her daughter; Isaac meets a stowaway (Olivia Brown); a man juggles Vicki and Judy.
A psychic predicts doom; a woman and an old beau are reunited by her dead husband's design; a man discovers that he was once married.
A disguised rock star faces rejection; a novelist sees Ace as the hero of her next book; two lovers celebrate their 10th anniversary.
Doc falls for a radio psychologist; a gambler (Thom Bray) risks love; a woman wants to retire her spouse's (Donald O'Connor) orangutan.
Gopher breaks a passenger's (Jose Ferrer) priceless statue; Judy is labeled a home-wrecker; Ace snaps a telling shot of two couples.
Stubing proposes to Emily (Marion Ross); a teenage stowaway meets Larry Gatlin & the Gatlin Brothers; a phony agent dupes a comedian.
A wealthy businesswoman (Marion Ross) flirts with Stubing; a tour guide loses her group; an $8-million-lottery winner becomes a boor.
On the Nile: Stubing meets a widow; two agents want Doc's souvenir; a couple faces facts; a reporter upsets an actress.
On the Nile, the captain meets a widow (Jean Stapleton); agents (Catherine Oxenberg, John Putch) want Doc's souvenir; an unhappy couple (Valerie Harper, James Sloyan) faces facts; a reporter (Chad Everett) upsets a jaded actress.
Wrestlers (Bruce Jenner, Tim Rossovich) train for a bout; a mother-to-be meets a writer; hypnotized Gopher thinks that he is captain.
Rival fraternities vie to impress the head of their national alumni association; old college pals find they have different lifestyles.
Ace photographs a spy and his daughter; a girl challenges a daredevil (Peter Scolari); Doc helps a senator (Alan Thicke) and his wife.
Passengers involved an shipboard wedding include the nearly bankrupt father of the bride, the best man and a wedding party-crasher.
A rich man promises to make wishes come true; Vicki and Judy become roommates; a pro golfer learns the truth about the woman he loves.
Julie McCoy Chenault (Lauren Tewes) comes back; Ace must prove himself by firing two employees; a police detective woos mermaid Amy.
Judy's soap-star aunt (Carol Channing) boards; a health-book author (Charles Frank) finds out what ails him; three women court Ace.
Gopher envisions the liner as a World War II troop ship en route to France; guests Charo, Nathan Cook, Stephanie Mills, Erin Moran.
Swindlers target Doc; newlyweds battle; a foe threatens reunited lovers; two women search for wealthy husbands.
Swindlers (Susan Blakely, Ken Olandt) target Doc; newlyweds (Jack Coleman, Lisa Whelchel) battle; a foe (Craig Stevens) troubles reunited lovers (Alexis Smith, Mel Ferrer); two women (Audrey and Judy Landers) seek rich mates.
A woman (Marion Ross) dodges Andy Warhol; a couple (Andy Griffith, Cloris Leachman) searches for a rare stamp; pay rates upset Ace.
The Temptations board with their manager; a loan shark (Vic Tayback) bargains for a date; the captain becomes involved in a kidnapping.
The Mermaids' choreographer charms Isaac; Gopher plays mediator; Doc looks after Gopher's girlfriend; Judy falls for a mysterious man.
A woman falls for a band's chaperon; a woman job-seeker poses as a man; a couple reconsiders; a boy proposes to Vicki.
An aggressive woman (Lana Turner) falls for a music group's (Menudo) chaperon (Stewart Granger); a job seeker (Linda Purl) poses as a man; two people (Hayley Mills, Jared Martin) rate their marriage.
A lovely friend visits Ace; a couple (Jimmie Walker, Telma Hopkins) quits smoking; a daughter tries to help her father impress a woman.
Without an audition, a producer hires Judy to sing; a husband is drawn to his wife's best friend; a woman fears her father is senile.
Vicki misunderstands an older man's attentions; togetherness strains a couple's marriage; love wrecks a scheme to collect insurance.
A boy thinks a girl is a birthday present; a daughter objects to her father's romance; Stubing rejects a candidate for ship's captain.
Injured Ace finds love; a girl's (Tracy Nelson) stepfather makes advances to her; a woman (Charlene Tilton) tests a courier's honesty.
A job-seeker tries deception; a woman thinks a man was once a woman; a scientist dupes Isaac; Gopher meets a socialite.
A woman (Christopher Norris) says she is Swedish to get a job; a woman (Susannah York) thinks a man (Jack Klugman) has had a sex change; a scientist (Telly Savalas) creates a larcenous robot.
A switchboard operator (Jane Wyatt) woos her boss (Cesar Romero); Gopher wants to drop his nickname; a mayor falls for her opponent.
A childless couple seek Ace's help; a woman (Mary Ann Mobley) vies with her daughter for Gopher's company; singles pretend to be wed.
Isaac falls for a woman with self-help ideas; a matchmaking service mistakenly pairs two bachelors; a man will do anything to get love.
Three Santas (Scatman Crothers, Ray Walston, Avery Schreiber) come on board; a comedian makes a comeback; Ace poses as a girl's fiance.
Doc learns of a fraternity brother's homosexuality; decorators vie for an assignment; a promoter's (Claude Akins) singer falls in love.
A woman (Rue McClanahan) presents her husband with a bill; a teenager discovers a family secret; the captain hires a sports director.
A writer condemns her daughter's affair; a boy learns of his father; a couple's love is tested; Judy's ex-spouse boards.
A writer (Lilli Palmer) condemns her daughter's affair; a woman (Colleen Dewhurst) tells her son about his father (Trevor Howard); a woman splits a couple (Loretta Swit, Dennis Holahan); Judy's ex-spouse (Marc Singer) boards.
Gopher and Isaac are suspicious of Judy's beau; a consumer advocate threatens to cause a scandal; a wife decides to have an affair.
The beau of Doc's ex-wife observes Doc's methods; a new divorcee confides in Judy; a girl learns of her uncle's (Patrick Macnee) past.
April Lopez boards ship; rich brothers bet they will not fall in love; a reporter (Ralph Bellamy) pursues a woman to get a major story.
Vicki learns of her father's alcoholism; a widow searches for her college beau; a woman aids her supposedly amnesiac former fiance.
A dying woman meets a man trying to get into heaven; Gopher's old flame seeks a marriage proposal; a woman harasses a soap-opera star.
Isaac helps a widow's son (Emmanuel Lewis); a blind woman thinks she's found a man she loved; a federal agent uses a girl's friendship.
Gopher, Ace and Isaac challenge a boxer (Dick Butkus); a tutor discovers a boy is dyslexic; a mother (Doris Roberts) plays matchmaker.
A woman meets a man from her past; the captain is smitten; Vicki meets a fugitive; a mistress plans a surprise visit.
Sailing to Amsterdam and Copenhagen, two (Cloris Leachman, George Kennedy) meet again; a woman (Elke Sommer) avoids the smitten captain; Vicki befriends a fugitive (Patrick Cassidy); a mistress (Teri Copley) surprises her lover.
A charity cruise features a movie star (Ginger Rogers), a hostile critic (Douglas Fairbanks Jr), married thieves, a pursued girl, an executive and the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders.
Isaac overlooks a beautiful barmaid's faults; a congressman seeks escape from threats; a jealous makeup man could lose his girlfriend.
The crew pitch in to help a director (Ben Vereen) stage an on-board film musical; guests Alexis Smith, Dean Jones.
A director (Ben Vereen) stages a musical; Doc romances the star (Juliet Prowse); a pop idol (Jimmy Osmond) insults Vicki; Gopher and Isaac promote a singer (Melba Moore).
A novelty inventor (Don Adams) fails at romance; an impersonator (Rich Little) woos Julie; a model becomes obsessed with staying thin.
Gopher hires a beautiful, new masseuse; a man (Ed Begley Jr.) meets a mermaid; a boy believes that his beloved grandmother is dying.
Sisters reunite after 40 years; separate accommodations hamper a couple desiring children; bartender Isaac instructs a blind student.
Miss America (Vanessa Williams) dazzles Isaac; a woman (Audrey Landers) seeks a date for her mother; a butler complicates Ace's job.
Passengers and crew find mystery, adventure and romance during a cruise to Hong Kong; guests Gene Kelly, Donna Reed.
Hong Kong: a retired spy (Gene Kelly) meets a mystery woman (Yvette Mimieux); a senator (Efrem Zimbalist Jr.) and his aide (Ben Murphy) find romance.
Ace charms Doc and Gopher's girlfriends; a man meets his young stepfather; a children's show host (Barnard Hughes) helps a shy boy.
The Harlem Globetrotters challenge the crew; an aunt's portrait haunts a married couple; a student falls for his father's girlfriend.
A wealthy widow holds a gambling cruise for charity; a bride wagers her wedding money; a woman drops a valuable coin in a slot machine.
A police inspector (John Hillerman) searches for a missing passenger; Julie's pal faces facts; a woman (Didi Conn) pickets an ex-beau.
Show business veterans (Carol Channing, Betty White) eye a publisher; a man meets his ex-wife's fiance; wife abuse concerns Stubing.
A former film actress (Claire Trevor) meets her daughter; a widow (Arlene Dahl) falls for the ship's engineer; newlyweds predict doom.
A disguised woman (Markie Post) tries to elude a detective; Julie dates a dolt; a secretary blackmails a married author (Tom Poston).
Vicki's friend (Danielle Brisebois) has a problem; a man hides his wife from a womanizing boss; a woman bestows kisses upon the crew.
Julie falls for a singer (Engelbert Humperdinck); Doc and Gopher vie for an invalid's nurse; a man (Mark Harmon) learns about his boss.
A carnival director (Howard Keel) has a difficult reunion; a comedy duo pursues the same girl; a palm reader must reveal the truth.
On the way to Japan, a woman faces the past; Stubing meets a 'geisha'; lottery winners and fortune hunters cause chaos.
On a cruise to Japan, a photographer (Heather Thomas) copes with the past; a woman (Mariette Hartley) impersonates a geisha; lottery winners annoy everyone; a woman (Nancy Morgan) and her mother (Jean Marsh) seek an Oriental tapestry.
A young woman falls in love with her father's friend; a woman helps her husband find a lover; a VIP's niece asks too much of Gopher.
Capt. Stubing does not approve of a trio of club representatives; a divorcing couple takes one last cruise together; a matchmaker errs.
A woman captain pursues Gopher; a older couple sees a friend with a younger woman; a former police officer investigates Vicki's friend.
A young man says he is Doc's son; a client's daughter sidetracks an ad man; an escort pursues an older man's (Chuck Connors) companion.
A fugitive (John Forsythe) meets a passenger (Ursula Andress) on a China cruise; a divorcee (Linda Evans) meets a man (Lee Majors) with a secret; Doc meets a tall beauty (Susan Anton); a man (Lee Horsley) meets two women.
A cruise to China brings mystery and romance to crew and passengers; guests John Forsythe, Ursula Andress, Linda Evans.
An old man (David Wayne) meets a seemingly ageless peer; a boy wants Isaac for a father; mishaps befall honeymooners in their cabin.
The luxury liner sails on a Country Music Jamboree Cruise; guests Mel Tillis, Tanya Tucker, Minnie Pearl, Lulu Roman.
A songwriter (Mel Tillis) dallies; orphans want a mother (Florence Henderson); a woman (Minnie Pearl) gives medical advice; the crew performs; Gopher hounds Dottie West; a man (Sherman Hemsley) appraises jewelry.
A landlady (Anne Meara) plans to sue a tenant (Jerry Stiller); a professor meets his replacement; a magician's daughter falls in love.
A man (Gordon Jump) involves crew and passengers in finding a dog to represent his company; guests Catherine Bach, Dirk Benedict, Heather Thomas, Jo Anne Worley, Isabel Sanford, Chuck McCann.
An actress (Mary Martin) rekindles romance; a shy man (Ben Murphy) copes with a jealous love; a father-in-law (Milton Berle) meddles.
Vicki meets a young passenger with a drug problem; Gopher's uncle (Red Buttons) falls in love; a man enters into a competitive romance.
April fears she will not pass a citizenship test; a man (Michael J. Fox) dislikes a crew member; a woman plots to snare a bachelor.
A movie actress (Joan Collins) charms the captain; a married passenger meets an old beau; a hairdresser pines for a former girlfriend.
A woman hires a secretary (Don Adams); a former football player (John Amos) hits a romantic block; a passenger falls for a stowaway.
Students from Stubing's alma mater sail to Greece for a graduation at the Parthenon; guests Shirley Jones; Eddie Albert.
Students cruise to Greece for a graduation at the Parthenon: a teen genius (Jimmy McNichol) proposes to Vicki; a rambunctious student may fail; a valedictorian meets his patron (Eva Marie Saint); guest Debbie Allen.
A recuperating woman (Joan Rivers) seeks renewal; a lawyer's parents consider divorce; Gopher becomes involved with a pretty stowaway.
Doc meets a successful med-school classmate (James Noble); a shy genius seeks romance; two companions tell their children the truth.
Another ship's captain (McLean Stevenson) eyes Capt. Stubing's job; two men vie for the same woman; a working girl pretends to be rich.
Agents (Debbie Reynolds, Marilyn Michaels) imitate stars; a lawyer falls for a former client; an actress studies for a role as a nurse.
Two people meet the surrogate mother they've hired to bear their child; Julie's aunt is broke; a woman competes with a robot for a man.
A psychic (Greer Garson) wants to alter her future; a single parent (Kim Darby) juggles relationships; Isaac suffers a hearing loss.
Gopher becomes trapped in a suit of armor; a woman tries to end her daughter's romance; two women vie for a clergyman's affections.
A boy faces two fathers; a woman introduces her wheelchair-bound boyfriend to her parents; the crew ends bickering with reminiscing.
In the Aegean Sea: a jewel thief is pursued; Doc proposes; a model finds an old love; and Julie sees a man she sponsored.
An inspector (Jamie Farr) boards to find a jewel thief (Mike Connors); Doc proposes; a model (Linda Evans) meets an old love (David Hedison); Julie finds the man (Lorenzo Lamas) she sponsored.
An actor woos a producer (Susan Lucci); a psychologist's group creates havoc; Doc and his nephew (Willie Aames) argue over a woman.
A daughter meets her long-lost father (Dan Rowan); a teenager (Kim Richards) pursues Gopher; a shrewd woman falls for a married man.
A psychic (Connie Stevens) predicts happiness; a competitive man (David Doyle) demands too much from his son; an older man vexes Julie.
A friend (Phyllis Diller) sees the captain's true self at a costume ball; an anniversary gift brings discord; Julie tricks a rival.
A couple secretly plans divorce; a betrothed girl falls in love; smitten Gopher is kidnapped; a divorcee meets a count.
The liner sails to Italy: divorce underlies a couple's (Shelley Winters, Ernest Borgnine) anniversary; a betrothed girl (Marie Osmond) falls in love; a divorcee (Meredith Baxter Birney) meets a nobleman (David Birney).
The crew thinks a bride wants her groom dead; a boy learns a secret from his past; a woman boards to meet her pen pal.
A dress affects many people's lives; guests Eleanor Parker, Forrest Tucker, Bob Denver, Markie Post, Kelly Monteith, Lyle Waggoner.
A man hires April as interpreter; a man claims to be a widow's guardian angel; an almost-divorced couple meet.
A companion befriends a doctor's (Ben Vereen) ex-girlfriend; Gopher falls for a former teacher; a father learns a lesson.
Vicki is infatuated with Gopher; a publisher falls for an author's niece; two try to cheat each other in a treasure hunt.
The company doctor eyes Isaac; a mother and daughter want the same man; a man tries to palm off his boring fiancee.
The Pacific Princess competes with Stubing's old rival (Ted Knight) and his crew in a sporting contest.
The ship competes with Stubing's arch rival (Ted Knight) in a cruise from British Columbia to Alaska; guests Sonny Bono, Tom Bosley, Michele Lee, Priscilla Barnes, Doug Barr, Mary Crosby, John James, Charlotte Rae.
The First Annual Cruise Show attracts the crew's talented relatives and their friends; guests Ann Miller, Cab Calloway.
The First Annual Cruise Show attracts Gopher's mother (Ethel Merman), an actor (Van Johnson), one of Doc's former in-laws (Ann Miller), Isaac's mother (Della Reese) and her suitor (Cab Calloway) and Julie's eccentric aunt (Carol Channing).
Three men (Edd Byrnes, Fabian, Bobby Sherman) plan to avoid love; Stubing changes his behavior; a married man's mistress takes a stand.
A man offers the crew $10,000 to find him a wife; a girl must confront her former love; a man tries to dump his assistant for a blonde.
Stubing hears about a former love; a man wants to leave his companion aboard; a man claims he was attacked.
Doc sees his new bride kissing another man; a safety inspector falls in love; a former employer wants a lady executive to work for him.
A man insists a woman is his reincarnated wife; Julie's hair causes her headaches; a man discovers a secret.
Gopher thinks he recognizes a woman; a pianist debates ending his retirement; a man tries to claim workers' compensation for insanity.
Stubing fears a portrait will be too revealing; a woman won't become involved with her neighbor; a new groom sees a face from his past.
A woman falls for a man's claim of a year of celibacy; a woman's bridge partners hinder her romance; Stubing makes Vicki his secretary.
Doc reconciles with his brother; a couple tries deception to get free passage; a girl experiences first love.
A widow plays matchmaker for her sister; Isaac's dental filling receives transmissions; a couple's vow stops at 'obey.'
A dying tycoon (Lloyd Bridges) charters the ship to re-evaluate his relatives.
A dying tycoon (Lloyd Bridges) charters the ship to re-evaluate his relatives; his niece (Jessica Walter) plots to wed him to a unsuspecting woman (Linda Evans); Stubing considers marriage.
A woman falls for a paid escort; Gopher learns about a ghost aboard; Vicki aims for sophistication to attract a boy.
Stubing's friend (Joan Fontaine) tries to cheer a former lover; the chef quits; an investigator (Bernie Kopell) probes a jewel theft.
Gopher finds a huge sum of money; a folk singer meets a politician from her past; a man tampers with his daughter's love life.
A teacher moonlights as an exotic dancer; Isaac's romantic advice backfires; a jewel thief meets a like-minded woman.
Julie's aunt (Carol Channing) and her friend (Betty White) compete for a man; two wine-tasters (Leslie Uggams, Robert Guillaume) discover each other; a couple divorces for tax purposes.
A cruise to Australia includes Julie's wedding, a search for a creature, a teacher's romance and Julie's replacement.
A cruise to Australia includes Julie's wedding; an anthropologist seeks a missing link; Stubing romances the anthropologist's wife (Katherine Helmond); Julie is replaced; guests Patrick Duffy, Anthony Andrews.
A fashion-show cruise features designers Geoffrey Beene, Halston, Bob Mackie and Gloria Vanderbilt; guest Robert Vaughn.
A fashion cruise features designers Geoffrey Beene, Halston, Bob Mackie and Gloria Vanderbilt; married agency-owners war; Julie is offered a modeling job; a cosmetic king seeks a spokeswoman.
Julie falls for a veterinarian; a divorced couple must share quarters; Vicki is offered a part in a TV series.
Gopher's aunt fears disclosures about her money; an employee leaves his son with Stubing; a marriageable woman eyes two men.
Stubing's friend teaches Vicki gambling; a man's weight loss doesn't help his love life; a gang of bank robbers reunites.
Stubing's aunt wants to take Vicki; a jealous lover (Alejandro Rey) targets Doc; two passengers compete for Julie.
Gopher meets a lady customs agent; a widow tries to cool her son's romance; the boutique manager deals with three fiances.
Isaac's criminal uncle arrives; Doc worries about a doctor's career decision; a proper woman meets her daughter's beau.
A girl refuses to wear clothes; a blind woman thinks a man's attention is pity; a divorced man thinks his cabin is wiretapped.
April and her charges remain aboard; a woman falls for her son's best friend; a man unknowingly woos the boss's daughter.
Isaac tries to be discovered as a singer; Julie's ex-beau can't forget his former life; a man fears water; guests the Pointer Sisters.
A friend's wife makes passes at Doc; a man records his friend's romances; an engaged woman meets an old school chum.
A girl thinks Gopher wants to marry her; a career woman's husband considers an affair; a man wants to share a cabin.
April decides to settle down; a man believes he's chasing another man for a gambling debt; a seriously ill girl falls in love.
A judge investigates a polygamist; Vicki is jealous of Stubing's love interest; a man thinks his wife is in labor.
Isaac hides from his high-school teacher; a man tries to please his seal; a wife who thinks she's dying wants to choose her successor.
A man learns a secret about his frugal wife; Doc's roving eye may get him fired; a tricked woman helps a man spy on his girl.
A married old flame pursues Stubing; a model pretends to be wed; a science-fiction buff thinks a librarian is an alien.
Stubing's brother (Gavin MacLeod) returns; Vicki meets a TV detective (Ron Ely); a lovely woman (Joan Van Ark) falls for a psychiatrist.
Isaac tries to cheer up his aunt; families play matchmakers for their children; a baby cries when his mother meets men.
A movie actress poses as her secretary; a steeplechase in Acapulco introduces Julie to a wealthy bachelor, threatens a marriage and causes havoc when Gopher and Isaac's entry disappears.
A mystery writer searches for a lost nephew; Stubing is offered a New York job; Julie becomes a jealous wife's target.
A mystery writer (Pernell Roberts) gives boxes to Gopher and three passengers he believes last saw his missing nephew; a friend (Dick Van Patten) offers Stubing a job; a jealous wife targets Julie.
A billionaire brings salesmen and the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders; Julie helps a Japanese wife; a groom takes his best man on the honeymoon; an Arab oilman gets the wrong idea.
A 'Marriage-A-Thon' cruise has 25 engaged couples competing for prizes before a mass wedding; guest Ann Jillian.
A promoter (Darren McGavin) rents the ship for a 'Marriage-A-Thon' cruise, which has 25 engaged couples competing for prizes before participating in a mass wedding in Acapulco.
Julie and Gopher become closer; war buddies clash at a reunion; a pregnant, single woman meets a man; guest Tom Hanks.
A woman (Mildred Natwick) tries to marry her brother to a friend (Helen Hayes); a mystery caller bothers a woman; Doc swears off women; a man falls for a protected witness; guest James MacArthur.
Isaac helps a friend make her husband jealous; a couple considers marriage; a long-married couple tries a new lifestyle.
Vicki falls for a singer; a clumsy woman disrupts the ship; two girls test a wealthy man's vow never to fall in love again.
The crew wonders where a bank guard got his money; a social worker questions Vicki's schooling; honeymooners are pestered.
Julie advises a shy friend; Vicki and a boy hide a stowaway; a man warns the crew to leave his wife alone.
A nun meets a man she knew before her vows; a doctor wants to keep his profession a secret; an overdone joke may see Gopher wed.
Gopher objects when his widowed mother dates; four friends pretend to be rich; a reporter arrives to interview a Korean comedian.
Stubing's slick brother (Gavin McLeod) boards; a woman picks a father for her baby; a widow compares a man with her late spouse.
Doc wants his new love's sister out of the way; a boy plans to reunite his divorced parents; a wife pampers her heart-patient husband.
A singer's (Donny Osmond) kinsmen join him aboard; best friends uncover marital secrets; guest Robert Guillaume.
A singer's (Donny Osmond) family (Marion Ross, Richard Paul, Loni Anderson, Slim Pickens) joins him aboard; best friends (Robert Guillaume, Denise Nicholas, Richard Roundtree, Pamela Grier) uncover shocking personal secrets.
April returns with her fiance; two writers decide to finish their marriage with their script; a girl unknowingly befriends her father.
Doc's ex-wife says they are still wed; a man finds $2,000 in a borrowed jacket; a widow meets her son's teacher.
Gopher learns of his new love's past; a wife brings divorce papers to her husband and his girlfriend; old rivals have a boxing rematch.
A scientist researches romantic reactions; an out-of-work football player finds a new career; a woman nearing 40 hunts for a husband.
To avoid marriage, a man tells his girlfriend he's dying; Stubing's old flame returns; teenage lovers want the honeymoon suite.
The crew distracts Julie from a planned surprise; a wife finds a romantic letter; a father pressures his athlete daughter.
A charity cruise features conflict, adventure, deception and the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders; guest Ginger Rogers.
A charity cruise features conflict, adventure, deception and the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders; guest Ginger Rogers.
Vicki runs away; a woman rejects a suitor and falls for Doc; two people who once served on a deadlocked jury clash.
A girl boards with her stepmother and stepsisters; rival sportscasters battle; a man cares for his handicapped brother out of guilt.
Isaac writes about the crew in his new novel; a man is mistaken for a famous star; a husband and wife who share a secret are reunited.
Gopher steps in for a sick entertainer; a husband joins two sisters who usually travel together; a woman discovers her secret admirer.
An auditor (Phyllis Diller) falls for Stubing; a TV actress asks Doc's help to hide from a reporter; a wife's old boyfriend reappears.
A woman doctor treats flu-stricken Doc; a woman sees her former ballet partner; a jilted girl invites a cab driver to sail with her.
A wedding cruise to Alaska brings love and conflicts to both the guests and Julie; guests Lorne Greene, Mark Harmon.
A wealthy Alaskan (Lorne Greene) hires the ship to take his granddaughter's (Lisa Hartman) wedding party to Alaska; Julie decides to find her old flame; a friendship blooms; guest Mark Harmon.
Gopher unintentionally hurts his father; a woman whose children are grown learns she is pregnant; a woman wins her stepdaughters' love.
A husband feels neglected; a woman meets a beau she thought was killed in battle; April returns to learn Julie's job.
A rock singer wants to change his act after meeting a girl; Doc helps a husband express his love; the crew overhears mystery writers.
Julie tries gently to discourage a teenage admirer; a family feud threatens a union settlement; Stubing's anniversary gift is wrecked.
Julie's friend falls for Stubing; Gopher helps his neighbor find romance; overprotective offspring pursue an eloping, elderly couple.
Isaac loves a girl (Debbie Allen) considering marriage; an heiress thinks men just want her money; a dog rejects its mistress' suitor.
A lady is drawn to her chauffeur; Gopher imagines he is a romantic hero when he sees his dream girl (Hayley Mills); parents fight over their son; Reggie Jackson wants to be incognito.
Stubing is considered for a prestigious command; a woman makes a date with a friend's fiance; an ex-surgeon criticizes Doc's practice.
Julie's high-school-reunion cruise finds her drawn to a classmate (Michael Lembeck); Stubing helps an alcoholic teacher (Raymond Burr); a draft evader confronts a veteran; a woman holds a mystery ticket; Doc has a surprise date.
A widower and his son fall for the same girl; a bachelor is allergic to marriage; Stubing tries to rehabilitate a teenage shoplifter.
Gopher is asked to manage a resort hotel; a rich widow plans to live on board; a magician substitutes for his magician brother.
One of Doc's ex-wives wants him back; a marriage counselor wants his marriage to be 'open'; a woman panics when an old love appears.
Twins decide they want each other's fiances; a dummy helps a ventriloquist team's marriage; a widower with daughters proposes to Julie.
A woman chooses between Stubing and Doc; a couple's newly adopted 'baby' is 7 years old; an executive is introduced to a jobseeker.
Doc must operate on an elderly woman; a crewman has to take the place of a dignitary; a divorced man falls for his ex-wife's attorney.
Julie learns she is the subject of a romantic wager; a girl falls for a man whose parents are little people; a man meets his film idol.
The crew hides the family of a ship's engineer; a minister falls for an exotic dancer; an almost-blind woman won't admit her problem.
A ghost plays matchmaker for his widow; Gopher's formerly chubby sister has designs on Doc; a divorced couple are locked in together.
An executive and his secretary get the honeymoon suite; a songwriter reunites a woman and her spouse; Stubing acquires the orphaned child of his former love; a Soviet official asks Julie's beauty advice.
A hypnotist (Vincent Price) fears losing his lover; a habitual liar sees a woman in real trouble; guest Maureen Reagan.
A man (Billy Crystal) changes personalities at night; a businessman neglects his wife and son; a witness hides from the mob at sea.
A publisher's neglected wife falls for a novelist; Stubing's uncle chases Julie; a businessman uses his daughter to help seal a merger.
A bachelor falls for three traveling companions; a long-separated couple finds changes have occurred; a con man enlists his brother.
Julie's parents announce they're divorcing; prudish cabin mates fall in love; a 13-year-old tomboy meets a boy and feels first love.
A hurricane hits an island where a hermit (John Astin) holds hostages (Barbi Benton, Avery Schreiber, Edie Adams, Audra Lindley); Isaac replaces the panicking deputy captain; an adoptee (Donna Mills) tries to confront her natural mother.
A hurricane strikes the island where a shore party is marooned; Isaac takes command; an adoptee tries to meet her mother.
Gopher's new love gets him fired; a married man traveling with his mistress sees neighbors; an executive is ordered to charm a widow.
A former client threatens an ex-prostitute's new love; Stubing tries fitness to attract a woman; two grieving people find each other.
A man must wed to inherit $3 million; a widow poses as an adventuress; a male chauvinist angers his fiancee; a reporter seeks scandal.
Parents want to end their son's relationship with a girl; a couple learns a lesson in true love; Doc's nurse is a lovely ex-showgirl.
Couples test their marriages; an elderly man finances the cruise by cheating at cards; a woman's suitor needs to use a lovers' manual.
An inventor brings a matchmaking machine aboard; fortune seekers pretend to speak only French; an ad executive sees a long-lost love.
The crew searches for an undercover inspector; a plain girl meets a shy man; a middle-aged man and a young girl cherish time together.
The crew is ordered to help Stubing's nephew; an embezzler unwittingly falls for a police officer; unmarried sisters clash over a man.
A maligned politician meets a reporter; Isaac and a girl clash over a passenger; a boyfriend jeopardizes a beauty contestant's chances.
Thieves eye a honeymooning actress's gems; a man encounters his blind childhood love; a wife meets her spouse's mistress.
Thieves eye the jewelry of a Hollywood couple (Michele Lee, Fernando Lamas); a formerly sightless man meets his blind childhood love (Stephanie Zimbalist); a man's wife befriends his mistress.
Isaac's mother becomes possessive; a bitter, once-married couple reunites to entertain on board; a jewel-stealing ape robs a passenger.
A girl is attracted to a crafty purser; mishaps disrupt a honeymoon; a couple can't understand the fuss made over them.
A teenage runaway hides in an elderly man's cabin; Julie is unwittingly smitten with a priest; wacky painters work in Stubing's cabin.
A priest travels with six orphans; a couple pretends to be compatible; a wrongly convicted man meets the person he holds responsible.
Passengers besiege an advice columnist; an arrogant replacement chef angers Stubing; a man doesn't know his estranged wife is on board.
Stubing's father makes life difficult for his son; a dog traps a frightened passenger in his cabin; three girls play a joke on two men.
A trainee aims to take Julie's job; two pretend to be strangers; a couple whose child has died befriends a young runaway.
Twins (Diana Canova in a dual role) pretend to be one person; Julie's old flame (David Hedison) returns; an old couple may be jinxed.
A has-been comic tries a comeback; a man's fraternity brothers try to find him a girl; a woman plays matchmaker for her granddaughter.
A wife thinks her spouse wants her dead; Isaac falls for a glamorous star; a man becomes popular when he is mistaken for a jewel thief.
A paraplegic former tennis pro meets her critic, a sportswriter; a Mexican stowaway creates havoc; a practical joker learns a lesson.
A new bride (Loretta Swit) encounters her ex-husband; two 13-year-olds find first love; Julie falls for a tour guide (Charles Frank).
A man dresses as a woman to chase a girl he loves; a long-wed couple rediscover each other; a detective falls for the woman he tails.
Stubing's ex-wife arrives with her new husband; a girl cheers a would-be bride; a politician's fiancee discovers she is a centerfold.
Ace plays detective to solve a bizarre murder case; Capt. Steubing's wife (Marion Ross) tries to alter cruise routines.
An angelic man (Mickey Rooney) becomes involved with a sick little boy, a couple (Maureen McCormick, Donny Osmond) and a pair of nuns.
Mother/daughter cons work a Christmas cruise; depression overcomes a comic portraying Santa; a couple are reunited after 11 years.
The crew is suspicious of a noted diet author; a man tells his girlfriend he wants to see others; Doc encounters an ex while on his honeymoon.