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In a one-time Fantasy Island crossover episode, the cruise ship makes a detour to deliver a troubled woman (played by Loni Anderson) to the mysterious island of Mr.Roarke instead of by the usual plane, and her storyline continued on that series. One storyline usually focused on a member of the crew, a second storyline would often focus on a crew member interacting with a passenger, and the third storyline was more focused on a single passenger (or a group of passengers).Another made-for-TV movie, titled The Love Boat: A Valentine Voyage, starring four of the original cast members, aired finally on February 12, 1990.Mac Leod, Kopell and Lange are the only cast members to appear in every episode of the TV series as well as the last three made-for-TV movies.From seasons one to eight, the opening sequence began with a long shot of the ship before the camera slowly zoomed in onto its bridge area.
Every episode contained several storylines, each written by a different set of writers working on one group of guest stars.
The Love Boat is an American comedy/drama television series set on luxury passenger cruise ship S. Pacific Princess, which aired on the ABC television network from May 5, 1977 until May 24, 1986; plus, four three-hour long specials aired in 1986, 1987, and 1990.
The series revolves around the ship's captain Merrill Stubing (played by Gavin Mac Leod) and a handful of its crew, with several passengers—played by various guest star actors for each episode—having romantic and humorous adventures.
In one scene, the two bump into each other in the buffet line, exchange a "Do I know you?
" questioning look, then do a double-take, and then shrug and continue on their separate ways without another word.
The third storyline would usually be the most dramatic of the three, often offering few (if any) laughs and a far more serious tone.