The Love Boat/Lose One, Win One / The $10,000 Lover / Mind My Wife

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Lose One, Win One / The $10,000 Lover / Mind My Wife
Season 4, Episode 17
Airdate January 31, 1981
Written by "Lose One, Win One"
Sid Morse
"The $10,000 Lover"
Jill Baer and
Christopher Vane
"Mind My Wife"
Sid Morse
Directed by Jack Arnold
Produced by Ray Allen and
Harvey Bullock and
Henry Colman
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Lose One, Win One / The $10,000 Lover / Mind My Wife is the seventeenth episode of the fourth season of The Love Boat, and the ninety-seventh episode overall.

Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order: James Darren (Tony Streeter), Gina Hecht (Norma Kittredge), Dorian Lopinto (Priscilla Hensley / Penny Kipnis), Steve Marachuk (Nick Rondo), Ron Palillo (Casper Martin), Jill St. John (Sandy Wilston)

Starring Your Love Boat Crew: Gavin MacLeod (Your Captain), Bernie Kopell (Your Ship's Doctor), Fred Grandy (Your Yeoman Purser), Ted Lange (Your Bartender), Jill Whelan (Vicki)

and: Lauren Tewes (Julie, Your Cruise Director)

Guest Starring: Sam Chew, Jr. (Buckstone Cooper)

Co-Starring: Jim McKrell (Charlie Wilston)


Plot Overview

A woman traveling with her fiancé meets up with another passenger who believes she was someone he knew in high school, even though she at first denies ever meeting him. A seemingly geeky passenger is actually on the verge of setting a world record for having intimate relations with the most women. The keeper of the stats for the world record encyclopedia is about to collect a $10,000 bonus if it should happen but the quest hits a snag when the man truly falls in love with another passenger . Doc's best friend from college is called away for hospital duties so he asks him to entertain his wife on the cruise. However Doc and later the Captain have their hands full fending off the neglected wife's advances.


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